Michael Phelps began swimming at age 7 at the North Baltimore Swimming Club.
freestyle; breaststroke; butterfly; and backstroke
Click on the 'Synchronized Swimming Positions' link on this page to see the positions used in synchronized swimming and read a history of the sport. There are many different terms. Some basic ones are "crane" and "ballet leg"
A combo routine is basically a combination of routines all in one routine. Combos are typically 5 or more minutes long, whereas team routines and duet routines are about 4 or less. In a combo, some swimmers sometimes won't swim in the routine, they will egg beater (which is how swimmers keep their heads and shoulders out of the water) near the ones swimming. In most combo routines, people switch off swimming. For example, one soloist might be swimming what looks like a solo with a maximum of 9 other swimmers egg beatering beside her and then perhaps that one girl or boy will stop to egg beater while the other 9 synchronized swim together and perhaps then three swimmers will break off to preform a trio while the rest egg beater along then maybe two more people will join the trio to create a 5 person team, while the rest continue to egg beater. This continues for the whole routine with people switching in and out with at least one person preforming at a time. It's pretty complicated to explain
yes infact they do , they need it to swim fast enough and to average there wind speed in the water and the strenght/power ,persistence they need or have to per filled in the water/pool/race [etc]
sre is the skill related fitness example like, balance, co-ordination, reaction time, power, speed, agility they all are needed to improve our skill in sports and playing well in the games.
sport and games... ofc its different sport is physical activity and games is a competitive of a tournament
i have no idea sum1 tel me cuz its for my hw
doggy paddle, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and frontcrawl
I read an article in a swimming magazine before that in the time of kings, queens, and knights, to become a knight you had to jump in a large lake with all of your armor on and swim (freestyle or however you could get across) to the other side.
If you believe that you will believe anything !
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A suitable age to start swimming depends on the individual child; however, by 14 months, a child can learn to swim. Technically a child can learn to swim before then, but to be safe 14 months is recommended. This way, the child's verbal skills have been developed enough to express or show signs of being uncomfortable in the water.
Holding your breath underwater is when your head/face is underwater and you do not breath.
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All three swam across the English Channel.
Yes, synchronized swimming is a sport.
You can stay for 3 days with out drinking and 30 days with out eating.
Synchronized swimming is when 2 or more people doing the exact same moves in the water at the exact same time and there is also synchronized diving, which is when 2 people do the same style of dive in synch (at the same time). Swimmers are literally dancing in the water and for that reason the sport used to be called water ballet. Some moves resemble gymnastics - somersaults, flips, pikes, tucks, and walkovers. They also spin upside down a lot and sometimes link their legs together. The only limit to what they can do in the water is they can't touch the pool walls or floor at any time. Routines are choreographed based on the music, just like in figure skating. The Olympic swimmers are amazing because they make it look so easy!
No in the olympics, synchronised swimming is an all female sport
While looking up at the ceiling and lying on your back, bend your knees as far as you can without lifting your legs above the water's surface. Turn all the way around in that position by moving your arms underwater, hands near your hips. Then extend your legs to return to the back layout position.
Well without breathing, we wouldn't be alive. We need oxygen for our cells to carry out cellular respiration, and we need to get rid of the carbon dioxide it produces. Some organisms can get on living without "breathing", but as organism with lungs, breathing is vital.
Synchronized diving began in the 1930's at aquacades and diving shows. In 2000, synchronized diving was adopted as an Olympic sport. Two divers perform identical dives simultaneously.