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Want to learn to swim like a dolphin? Of course you do! The butterfly stroke (commonly referred to as the ‘fly') is a unique swim stroke that demands attention to detail. Proper technique is crucial to achieving an effective, flowing butterfly.
This is a more advanced stroke and will take time and patience to master. Commonly referred to as the ‘frog stroke,’ breaststroke demands proper timing to achieve the best results. If you’re willing to make the commitment, we believe you can do it!
Think of backstroke as the upside down freestyle. Backstroke may appear difficult at first glance because it’s the only one of the major swim strokes that features you moving through the water face up, rather than face down.
Let’s start from the beginning and keep it simple. Think of these as the parameters of freestyle swimming. Guidelines to help you achieve your personal ideal freestyle form.
For swim instructors and coaches, the Endless Pool is the best-kept secret in swimming instruction. Learning how to swim in an Endless Pool is an ideal way to tackle fear of the water