Swimming styles

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  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    “Daddy, daddy, throw me in again!” I called to my dad as I doggy-paddled towards him in the water. “Okay, but just one more time Cruz. Then daddy needs a rest.” He look at me with so much love in his eyes. He lifted me up under my armpits and picked me up high. “Ready?” He asked. “Yes! Yes!” I giggled, looking down at him. He dipped me down a little before lifting me all the way up and tossing me sideways into the waves. I laughed as my head reemerged from the water and kept laughing

  • Persuasive Essay On Swimming

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    exercises; walking running, cycling, rowing, swimming. Research suggests at least 150 minutes per week, a minimum of 30 minutes per day, five times a day a week. A few exercises that are best are, climbing, playing sports, and running is also some of the most common and affordable. At least 25 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity at least or a combination of moderate and aerobic activity are some of the best options to benefit your cardiovascular system. Swimming is one of the most beneficial exercises

  • Informative Speech On Swimming

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    Hightower and i am hear to talk to you about swimming now let's dive ring in to this speech. Credibility statement: Ever since the 6th grade i have been swimming competitively and sense starting this speech i have been doing alot of research on this topic so you can make your own opinion on if you should do swimming. Thesis: The reasons you should do swimming. Preview: To show the Counterpoints of swimming, the benefits of swimming, and why swimming is good for all ages and body types. Transition:

  • The Physics Of Swimming Is Science

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    Freestyle Stroke Essay Swimming is science. When a person swims, they are displacing water. In Ancient Greek times, a physicist named Archimedes discovered the principle of buoyancy. Archimedes Principle states that an object in gravity applies a force, or a buoyancy, to whatever it is surrounded in. When a person submerges him or herself in water, the water levels will rise. The density of a person or object determines if its floatation. If an object is more dense than the water, it will sink.

  • Different Forms For Swimming : The Importance Of Swimming

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    Swimming is a sport that can be swum individually or as a team. It’s typically swum in filtered swimming pools, but sometimes competitions can take place in open bodies of water. The overall objective is to swim faster than your competition. The race can be swum in different forms; the butterfly stroke, backstroke, breaststroke, front crawl, freestyle, an individual medley, and a relay race. Swimming each stroke requires specific techniques, and in competition, there are specific regulations concerning

  • Personal Writing Essay

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    Personal Writing When I was four years of age I attended a swimming club at Seven Islands in Southwark. The pool was fairly large and was rarely crowded, that was one comfort for me. Seven Islands had many activities other than swimming, I myself did not choose to do swimming my mum had decided that I would benefit from it. My first day at the club started in a shallow pool opposite a larger one. I already knew two people who came with me, that made me feel a little

  • Freestyle Swimming Is A Category For A Swim Competition

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    Freestyle swimming is a category for a swim competition. Swimming has known to be around for more than 10,000 years and freestyle swimming was one of the most common forms of swimming. In the 1830’s swimming became more of a competitive sport. By 1837 the NSS was holding swimming competitions in England. The sport grew popular in the 1880’s and there was three hundred regional clubs across the country. International Swimming Federation (FINA), had the rules of what freestyle is. It had

  • My Sport Is Swimming

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    A sport I like the most is currently swimming. I don’t really know why I like it, but I enjoy the sport. I always liked water and I really enjoyed spending my time playing in the bath when I was a kid. I always liked to spend my time in the water, when the weather was capable. But I started with more «professional» practices when I was ten years old, and that is a little late compared to usual age you start your sport activities. Swimming is often an invidual sport, but it can also be team sport

  • Common Myths About Swimming

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    Guest Post Keywords: Omaha Swimming Lessons Exposing the Common Myths about Swimming Swimming involves numerous techniques, strategies and practices. Different individuals think and feel differently about swimming. Consequently, the concepts, notions and ideas regarding swimming vary greatly. If you have been learning and practicing swimming for quite some time now, you must have come across contradictory opinions and judgments about both swimming and swimmers. Now, while it is perfectly OK to hold

  • Front Crawl 101

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    A front crawl, commonly known as “free style”, is a swimming stroke that makes someone move forward through the water by alternating arms to push water back and by doing flutter kicks. The front crawl is essential in order to learn how to swim because, it is the basic swim stroke and the fastest to survive in the water. In order to survive in the water and achieve success, there are four major things that must be followed in order to be safe and fast. The four things are having a strong kick,