Are you a beginner to learn swimming? So, have you found out which swimming style is right for you? Here are the easiest swimming styles to learn for beginners, please refer.
- Freestyle stroke
With freestyle stroke swimming, you use 2 hands continuously to staggered forward, wiped back as the main motivation to move the body forward. The body kept straight, not up and down like a frog or a butterfly; legs wobbly with the form of holding the pillow straight, straighten the feet, the angle of folding is less changed. In the process of swimming, you should let the body be the most comfortable and gentle swimming movements to keep the back body floating, the whole body in line almost with the water.
- Butterfly Swimming
Butterfly swimming is a type of swimming face down the chest, the movements of the hands are similar, symmetrical with each other, combined with pedal (also known as dolphin pedal). While the slopes, frogs, backsteps can be compatible with beginners, butterfly swimming is difficult, requires good technique and strength. Butterfly swimming is the newest type of swimming introduced in competition, butterfly swimming first appeared in 1933, originated from frog swimming.
The maximum speed in butterfly swimming is higher than that in slithering, because of the combination of pulling and pushing water of 2 hands. So, you must know and be proficient with 2 types of swimming frogs and swim strokes, then learning to swim butterfly will be easier.
- Frog Swimming
Swimming frog is the slow and most basic type of swim compared to the type of strokes, butterfly swimming. It is called frog swimming because swimming movements are identical to the movements of frogs while swimming. According to experts, swimming frogs are considered to be most suitable for those who do not know how to swim or are practicing swimming because people who just started learning to swim often do not meet the standards of fitness, firmness of muscles and hands should swim frogs is a smart and wise choice.
Moreover, if you learn to swim frog well will be a solid foundation for you to learn other swimming movements easily and effectively.
Swimming backward is a swimming style with techniques relatively similar to swimming strum but body position is completely different if swimming is open contact with water, then swim back you must face upwards. When swimming on the back, your hands also have to rotate fans, the legs are inverted, the body leans from side to side.
In swimming competitions, athletes are required to lie on their backs and must not rotate more than 90 degrees from the horizontal line. Therefore, if you are willing to learn thoroughly and swim with the correct technical mechanism, backstroke can be the “key” to help you build success.