it depends on what stroke you are swimming. if you are swimming breaststroke then you do bend your knee in freestyle and backstroke you don't bend your knee. in butterfly you only snap your whole leg your knee doesn't bend all the way. if you don't kick the right way in breaststroke then you can hurt your self becareful and ask a coach. good luck
The duration of Cowards Bend the Knee is 3600.0 seconds.
you could have sprained your knee if the pain doesn't where off
It means to bend your knee while supporting yourself with your other leg. Sometimes people “bend the knee” in prayer.
no you cannot if you try to bend it it will snap
its called the turbo hustle and it's by dj maestro
How do you break the scar tissue after knee surgery so i can bend my knee with out pain
When you bend your knee your knee joints bend. Also, you use a few muscles in your leg. Another interesting fact about joints; you can only use joints to bend that certain body part one way.
NO GIRAFFES HAVE NO KNEE CAP. THERE LEGS WILL BEND 180 DEGREE (FRONT TO BACK). THE KNEE WILL ONLY BEND 45 DEGREES.
Your knee allows you to walk and bend your leg.
"Plier" means to bend; "bend the knee" would be "plie le genou." In ballet dancing, we say "plié" when bending the knees.
I can't be sure, since "basic knee bend" isn't very exact. But most any knee bend in ballet can be referred to as a plie. (pronounced plee-ay)
To bend. See: genuflect (to bend down on one knee), reflex (involuntary bending), reflection (light bending back at you).
Elle taught the 'bend and snap' to Paulette (the hairdresser) in Legally Blonde the movie and musical.
Ice it and bend it occasionally. Bend it more every time
How do I go about breaking scar tissue post total knee replacement.I have about 11o% bend& that is as far as I can bend my knee
It's in your leg. But if you bend your leg then it's in your knee.
Yes, inflammation in your knee can cause it not to bend properly. The inflammation and resultant swelling can impair movement.
Flect is from the Latin flectare - meaning to bend. So genuflect would be to bend the knee as genu is latin for knee. Reflect would be bend back etc. The root for flect is thus BEND.
well i breathe deeply and then bend and SNAP
To bend your knees
Bend a little every day even if it hurts, and befor you know it, you'll be fine.
The knee joint makes it possible to bend your legs and walk