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Tutor Tips | Helping swimmers to kick with a straight leg in backstroke
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|Description||Outstanding IoS Programme Leader and Swim England Tutor, Stuart shares this tip to help you ace your lesson delivery and swimmer development! Those learning to swim often start with a bent knee rather than straight legs as they are so used to doing this on dry land when kicking a ball. He has two great solutions to try when swimmers are bending their knees in backstroke.|