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Intermediate Front Crawl
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What is the most difficult thing in practising front crawl?
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When doing the stroke think about your head position. Direct your eyes to the bottom of the pool in the direction of your movement. This is how your head should be when you are not taking a breath.
Holding onto a float push off from the side keeping your hands stretched out in front of you. Your leg action should start at the hip with only a slight knee bend. Your feet should kick up to the surface but with very little splash. Try keeping your legs as close together as possible. This practise is great for improving your kick action
Hold a float in front of you with one hand, with your face in the water and your body as streamlined as possible. Pull with the other arm, spearing under the float, pushing your hand towards your feet and back through the water. Your elbows - nice and high - should exit the water first to begin the cycle again. This is a great practise for your arms.
The breathing in the front crawl is the hardest to get right. Try holding one arm straight over the float with the other hand holding on to the back edge, and bent at the elbow. Breathe towards the bent arm whilst maintaining a streamlined body and strong leg action. Do a few lengths this way then try with the other arm.Practise these techniques to improve your basic front crawl. If they seem difficult, watch our film on the basic technique for a refresher.
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