11 Best Front Crawl Swimming Technique

Updated on: March 2021

Best Front Crawl Swimming Technique in 2021


The Front Crawl - The Swimming Technique - How to Train Like a Professional

The Front Crawl - The Swimming Technique - How to Train Like a Professional
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

How To Swim Front Crawl: A Step-By-Step Guide For Beginners Learning Front Crawl Technique

How To Swim Front Crawl: A Step-By-Step Guide For Beginners Learning  Front Crawl Technique
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

Swim Smooth: The Complete Coaching System for Swimmers and Triathletes

Swim Smooth: The Complete Coaching System for Swimmers and Triathletes
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021

FREESTYLE Competitive Swimming Drills: 90 Drills | Improve Technique | Add Variety | For Coaches | For Teachers | For Swimmers

FREESTYLE Competitive Swimming Drills: 90 Drills | Improve Technique | Add Variety | For Coaches | For Teachers | For Swimmers
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

Freestyle Swimming Technique: How to Train Like a Professional

Freestyle Swimming Technique: How to Train Like a Professional
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021

Swimming For Triathlon And Open Water: Gain Confidence and Unlock Your Ideal Front Crawl

Swimming For Triathlon And Open Water: Gain Confidence and Unlock Your Ideal Front Crawl
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021

Speed Demon - A plain English guide to swimming sprint freestyle

Speed Demon - A plain English guide to swimming sprint freestyle
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021

The Complete Guide to Swimming Front Crawl

The Complete Guide to Swimming Front Crawl
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021

FINIS Original Swimmer'S Snorkel

FINIS Original Swimmer'S Snorkel
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021

COPOZZ Swim Snorkel for Lap Swimming Swimmers Training Snorkeling Diving, Center Mount Comfortable Silicone Mouthpiece One-Way Purge Valve, Easy to Breath for Pool and Open Water (4300 BK)

COPOZZ Swim Snorkel for Lap Swimming Swimmers Training Snorkeling Diving, Center Mount Comfortable Silicone Mouthpiece One-Way Purge Valve, Easy to Breath for Pool and Open Water (4300 BK)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • 【Front Snorkel Central Mount Design】Easy breath with this swim snorkel when you are doing the face-down head position required for butterfly and freestyle swimming strokes. Streamline central mounted swimming snorkel helps to reduce water resistance without blocking any vision while swimming. Perfect for you to focus on your strokes and movements.
  • 【Easy Breath One-way Purge Valve】 Water and air you breathed out come out through the bottom valve. No water and air bubbles will affect your swimming. Allow you to clear water out and maintain easy breathing while lap swimming. Help to improve your speed by 30%.
  • 【Upgraded Comfortable Silicone Mouthpiece】 The soft, flexible, premium quality silicone mouthpiece feels so comfortable with zero gum irritation. (so that you can focus on your swimming and breathing techniques without annoying irritating gum pain). Perfect size for all.
  • 【Easy To Adjust Head Strap】 Press the buckle then simply pull the soft silicone straps, just one press and pull. The buckle can hold the straps securely in place. The adjustable head strap can be adjusted to fit with any swim caps and swimming goggles.
  • 【A Great Swim Snorkel】 For both adult and young swimmers, perfect for beginners who haven't get the breathing techniques yet, great for training, exercising, lap swimming to focus on movement and improve stroke efficiency. 30-day money back guarantee. 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Poolmaster 50509 Trainer Swim Board, SMALL, Neutral

Poolmaster 50509 Trainer Swim Board, SMALL, Neutral
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • For aid in advanced swim training
  • Made of unbreakable polyethylene
  • Two sets of integrated handles for optional body positioning
  • Measures 16 inches x 11 inches
  • Recommended for ages 8+

Swimming Techniques and How to Cleat Your Snorkel for Skin Diving

This article discusses proper swimming techniques for skin diving as well as proper snorkel clearing.

While you are underwater, it is particularly important to regularly check your weight belt and make sure that it has not slipped around your waist and that the buckle is in the correct position. The deeper you dive, the more your wetsuit will compress, and the more likely it is that your belt will slide.

If for any reason you find yourself in an uncomfortable position underwater, where you have made a deep dive and are unsure whether you can reach the surface, take your belt off and hold it in your hand. By removing your belt, you virtually guarantee that you will rise to the surface if you pass out underwater, since your hand will relax and you'll drop the belt.

Any time you surface from a dive it is vital that you look up to ensure that there is nothing over you that you might hit with your head. If you fail to look up you could run into the bottom of the boat and knock yourself unconscious.

When the water is murky and underwater visibility is poor, it's necessary to keep your arm extended over your head to make sure you don't hit anything as you surface. It's better to hit the bottom of the boat with your hand than with your head of course.

Provided you are not diving in kelp, it's also essential to turn through a 360 degree circle as you surface to help avoid hitting any overhead objects. Don't do this in thick kelp, however, or you'll end up wrapping yourself up like a maypole.

Whenever you dive underwater, your snorkel will fill up completely with water. Fortunately, there is a very easy way to clear the snorkel before you even get back to the surface.

When you are about six feet from breaking the surface, with your head tilted back, exhale a small puff of air into your snorkel. You should exhale just enough air for only a small amount of air to escape the snorkel. Until you get a feel for this, hold you hand gently at the back of your snorkel and feel the air coming out. The air you have exhaled into the snorkel will "displace" the water.

When you head breaks the surface, snap it sharply forward and the snorkel will be clear of water. It's that easy. Just be sure to promptly snap your head forward or the snorkel will fill with water again.

Of course, you can always clear your snorkel by exhaling sharply through it, but the displacement method is much easier and requires far less effort.

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