When the breaststroke is ventilated, it sinks? Dedicated to beginners


2022-11-10 11:16

If you learn breaststroke, you will have to breathe and you can swim 2-30 meters. However, each time the water is ventilated, the person sinks into the water deeper. In the water, he has to draw more arms once to help the body to get close to the water surface, so that the next time you stroke the arm, you can breathe successfully. This will result in two strokes of the arm to be ventilated once, so the more you swim, the more you swim, the less common, which is a common problem for beginners.

      The root of the problem lies in:

      1. When you enter the water, you will draw your arm. Because you are afraid that you are too deep, you will develop this wrong action.

      2. The leg is too early, the leg is closed when the arm is ventilated, and the rhythm is too fast.

      In fact, it is normal for people to sink after ventilation. Because of psychological stress, they will think that they are sinking a lot. In fact, the head is about 20-30 cm away from the water surface. If the depth of the arm is directly at this depth, it will be estimated because of the height of the water. Not enough to cause insufficient ventilation, or even change the gas.

      In practice, you must brave the fearless spirit of not afraid of drinking water, overcome the shortcomings of the arm when you enter the water, no matter how deep the body sinks, after entering the water, your hands are straightened to the back of the ear, then the legs are closed, then the length is long. Waiting, waiting for the body to slowly slide out of the water. This waiting process may be really long for beginners. In fact, it is just 2-3 seconds. The length of time depends mainly on the quality of the lame. This process is the “drift” that the coach often teaches. After practicing a few round trips, I found that the best time to draw the arm is actually when the top of the head is about to effluent. By the upward momentum of the body, the arm is very relaxed, and the head floats out of the water to complete the ventilation.

      For beginners who are at this stage of rapid ventilation, they must master a "slow" character. Be brave enough to float behind the lame until the body is close to the surface of the water. If you wait 4 seconds and find that your body is still moving, then Take a look at the water, don't scratch your arms, and don't lick your legs. At this time, it is recommended to use the squatting twice and the arm to breathe too much. After the proficiency, start to enter the squat and slash. Exhalation is slowly spit out in the water during the process of drifting. At the beginning, I am afraid that I will not be able to float up. I dare not exhale and only vomit half. The other half is spit out when I change my breath. This will lead to suction. Insufficient gas, so it is recommended to vomit the gas in the water.

      3. The leg must be almost straight when the hand is straight, so that the leg and the leg will be very coherent. When the leg is out, it will pop out like a spring. The recoil is very large and the body moves forward like a torpedo. The key to this hurdle is that no matter how deep you sink into the water, you have to believe that the body will float up. Don't rush your arm and bravely move forward. If your breaststroke feels tired and you don't swim long, there must be a problem with the movement.

      to sum up

      After the leg is finished, the hand should be straight when floating, and the head should be in a low position, sandwiched between the arms.

      The water in the water should be spit clean, and the water should absorb enough gas.

      Relax and relax, think about movements underwater, not nervous.

      Relax your waist.


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