Breaststroke

Breaststroke Technique: Head and Body Positions

When swimming breaststroke, it is essential to position your head and body correctly because it allows you to swim efficiently and also protects your neck from overuse injuries. That’s what we’ll discuss in the following article. Swimming Breaststroke with the Head in a Neutral Position In the regular breaststroke style, the head is kept in …

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Swimming Breaststroke – Arm Movements and Technique

This article covers the arm stroke movements used in the breaststroke. Knowing the proper arms movements is important for an efficient swim stroke. The following video explains the technique in more detail: As you can see above, when you are swimming breaststroke your arms stay in the water all the time and execute a semicircular …

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Learn Swimming Breaststroke: Coordination Drills for Arms, Legs and Breathing

This article to learn swimming breaststroke covers drills to coordinate arm movements, leg movements and breathing. This article is the last part of our series to learn breaststroke. The following video demonstrates the drills described in this article: As you can see in the video above, a swimming noodle is used. It provides additional buoyancy …

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Learn Swimming Breaststroke – Arm Stroke Drills in the Water

This article to learn swimming breaststroke shows you how to practice the arm stroke in the water. This article belongs to our series of swimming drills to learn the breaststroke. The following video demonstrates the drills covered in this article: As you can see in the video above, we use a pull buoy to learn …

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Favorite Breaststroke Drills – Two Kicks and One Pull

By Charlie (Essex) Two kicks and one pull is a classic breaststroke drill that lets you focus on your kick and improve your streamline position under water. To do this drill you execute the movements of the regular breaststroke cycle. But instead of kicking once with your legs and pulling once with your arms per …

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