The power in swimming comes from the core group of muscles, which this book defines as the area from the neck to the knees, including all of the upper-back and shoulder muscles, the abdominal muscles, and the trunk and upper-leg muscles.
Identify the problem, possible causes, ways to avoid, and most importantly how to solve.
Mastering Swimming eBook
Over the past decade, the butterfly stroke has evolved to a more efficient, flatter stroke than the up-and-down stroke of the 1970s.
Exercise and Wellness for Older Adults 2nd Edition eBook
Resistance bands can be used to develop both upper- and lower-body strength.
Exercise and Wellness for Older Adults-2nd Edition
Failure to address psychosocial aspects of physical activity participation and failure to apply behavior change concepts to program design can consistently low participation rates in both community-based and senior-living-based venues.
Water Fitness Lesson Plans and Choreography eBook
See descriptive images, discover what muscles are used, and learn cueing tips for various types of aquatic walking moves.
Open Water Swimming eBook
At its most fundamental level, marathon swimming is a daring personal challenge in which swimmers pit themselves against the elements and experience a wide range of emotions that fluctuates between despair and relief.
The Swim Coaching Bible, Volume II
Designing and implementing a training program for the butterfly events presents a formidable challenge to coaches.
StarGuard 4th Edition eBook With Web Resource
Outbreaks are often hard to identify quickly because it takes many people reporting an illness before a pattern can be established and it can be determined whether all the people had visited the pool.
Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming
The TWU aquatic assessment, designed by Dr. Carol Huettig in 1998, is a curriculum-based assessment instrument that addresses the following: Water adjustment skills, Flotation skills, Basic propulsion and breathing skills, Swim stroke skills, Entry and exit skills.