Breaststroke is a fairly simple. After you have done your breaststroke pull-out, you will come up for air. You will then duck your head back into the water, you will assume the streamline position. After gliding for a second or two(less if you are racing.), you will scope your arms in a circular position(keep your hands visible. If you cannot see your hands, you are doing it wrong.) while simultaneously "frog kicking". Frog kicking is the action by which you kick your feet in a circular motion, bringing them back together very quickly. When you are bringing your feet back together, you should take a breath then your hands should shoot back in front of you into streamline position. You repeat those steps, and you'll be swimming breaststroke! Hope this helped.
There is no such event! (unless you swim the five hundred freestyle breaststroke)
The oldest is believed to be the breaststroke.
since i am on the swim team i know there's freestyle, fly, backstroke, and breaststroke.
About 580 - 600 calories
move your arms faster, if you cant do that, get more muscle
there is freestyle (frontcrawl basically), backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly
You can swim four strokes (the most common, at least): butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle.
There is currently no recognized world record for the 800m Breaststroke. A Postal Swim Meet is being run by Warrenton Masters and Sanctioned by United States Masters Swimming that includes the 800m Breaststroke. Records are being kept. . Swimmers can complete their swims at swim meets (during freestyle events) or on their own with a witness and submit times.
The stroke is kind of complicated. Try youtube, they have some pretty good videos that can help you.
You need to swim butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle in order to complete a full 100 yd. IM. (BTW, 100 yd. is a normal IM where you only have to swim each stroke once.)
check the question "What is Breaststroke?"
It is breaststroke.
Amanda Beard appeared in three Olympics and won 7 medals (2 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze): Gold: 1996 - 4x100 meter medley relay 2004 - 200 meter breaststroke Silver: 1996 - 100 meter breaststroke, 200 meter breaststroke 2004 - 200 meter medley, 4x100 meter medley Bronze: 2000 - 200 meter breaststroke
yes you have to do a breaststroke pullout because if you don't you get disquallified by an offical.the only way you wont get disquallified is if an offical isn't looking which happend to me once.i got lucky!yes you must do a pullout its just part of the stroke
There is currently no recognized world record for the 1500m Breaststroke. A Postal Swim Meet is being run by Warrenton Masters and Sanctioned by United States Masters Swimming that includes the 1500m Breaststoke. Records are being kept. Swimmers can complete their swims at swim meets (during freestyle events) or on their own with a witness and submit times. Extrapolation of 50m, 100m and 200m mens' long-course breaststroke records based on the curve for freestyle gives a time of just over 18 minutes.
I find I'm swimming breaststroke at 10 lengths in 5 mins...it's a health spa pool and been told 80 lengths is 1 mile!! So i am averaging 1 mile in 40 mins without stopping
First of all, they are events in a typical swim meet. They consist of the freestyle, the backstroke, the breaststroke, the butterfly, and the individual medley which combines all of the strokes.
Just swimming-To be able to swim all frontcrawl and backcrawl, and possibly breaststroke. Competitive swimming-Diving, swim all stokes decently and tumble turning. Olympic champion- Swim every stroke perfectly, master diving, master tumble turning and quick reactions.
500 breaststroke is not an event that is swam anywhere that i know of.
Breaststroke does not have flipturns, but open turns.
First you dive in the pool and swim a 100 meter butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. (if u r swimming long course u would swim each stroke there and back, but if it is a short course u would swim each stroke 4 times.
In backstroke, you can't turn over to your stomach at all while racing. In butterfly and breaststroke, you have to touch all walls with two hands. you have to swim in the water
David Wilkie set a world record for the Breaststroke in 1976 during the Montreal Summer Olympics.