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Learn To Swim Breaststroke | Rikke Møller
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|Duration||5 Minutes 14 Seconds|
|Author||Watery.dk - Svømmeudstyr og badetøj online|
|Description||Tips by current World-record holder in 200m breaststroke, Rikke Møller Pedersen to help you learn step-by-step how to swim breaststroke with correct technique. Breaststroke is the only stroke with the most focus and propulsion coming from the legs instead of arms. The starting point for breaststroke is under the water in a stretched and streamlined position with your fingers pointing forward, hands together and head facing down. From that you make an out-sweep with your hands by turning them around and press out making the head and breast come up above water. Your hands end up in your breast, and while you're moving them forward again, you pull up your legs to your bottom and kick around backwards. And then you're at the starting point again. World-record holder in breaststroke, Rikke Møller Pedersen shares 5 most importing things to keep in mind, when swimming the perfect breaststroke: - Good streamline position; - Straight head; - Move your hips (push them down to stay high!); - Strong legs; - Kick straight behind yourself (NOT around in a circle). As an extra, Rikke gives you her three best breaststroke exercises, so you can learn step-by-step how to swim in the right way: 1. Anka Sculling (Get to know your hands!); 2. 1 Full stroke - Only 1 Kick; 3. Decrease strokes (very hard - but most important..). Lastly Rikke shares her secret behind swimming breaststroke SO fast she became current world-record holder in 200m breaststroke in 2.19.11.|