2 Skills to improve your underwater dolphin kick. Swim faster underwater

2 Skills to improve your underwater dolphin kick. Swim faster underwater


There are two main challenges in doing an
effective underwater kick. Maintaining a good streamline position and
moving your body like a dolphin. The tighter the streamline is the less resistance
you will have in the water. Submarines have that shape for a reason. If you let water pass besides you instead
of you fighting against it, you will need less power to move forward. The same is true for a swimmer in a tight
streamline. Water will pass besides the body with little
resistance and that is why it looks like they are moving effortlessly through the water. Now if you just see a dolphin swimming you
would assume that the propulsion comes from the back fin, but what you don’t see is
that the power to move it is being generated from the central core muscles. The same goes for the swimmer in the water. The power to move the legs is generated in
the core muscles and upper part of the legs. My friend Daniel who has better underwaters
than me, also uses his arms muscles to create leverage with the water to move his legs even
faster and stronger. With good flexibility and core strength, doing
effective underwater kicks will be much easier and enjoyable. You can struggle with the first point, the
streamline, if you don’t have the necessary flexibility. Flexibility is gain over months, not days. So if you are serious about getting better
at underwater kicks, subscribe to this channel because the next video will be about specific
stretches you can do to improve your underwater kicks. For the second point, moving your body like
a dolphin, you will need a lot of core strength. I will also try to upload a video next week
about core strength specifically for underwater kick improvement. See you next time! Swim fast!

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36 thoughts on “2 Skills to improve your underwater dolphin kick. Swim faster underwater”

  • Akshay Trivedi says:

    i am your fan sir , you illustrate things like no other thnks for your efforts .
    p.s. my legs cut open and dont stick together while kicking plz help

  • Lee李이Sang相상 Hwa和화 says:

    물속 돌고래 차기를 향상할 2가지 기술. 물속으로 더 빠르게 헤엄치세요

    1 – 흐름선(streamline, 스트림라인, 流線)
    2 – 몸 중심부 힘

    효과적인 물속 차기를 하는 데 있어 주된 어려움이 두 가지 있습니다. 좋은 흐름선(streamline, 流線) 자세로 버티는 것과 몸체를 돌고래처럼 움직이는 것.

    이제, 돌고래가 헤엄치는 것을 그냥 보기만 한다면, 추진력이 꼬리지느러미에서 나오는 것으로 추측할 것입니다. 하지만 당신이 보지 못하는 것은 돌고래를 전진시키는 힘은 몸 중심부 근육에서부터 발생한다는 사실입니다. 물속의 수영 선수에게도 똑같이 적용됩니다.

    유연성과 몸 중심부 근육의 힘이 좋으면, 효과적인 물속 차기를 하기가 훨씬 쉽고 재미있어질 것입니다.

    당신이 몸이 충분히 유연하지 않다면, 첫 번째 요점인 흐름선 자세에서 어려움을 겪게 됩니다. 유연성을 달성하려면 며칠이 아니라 몇 달이 걸립니다. 그러니 만약 여러분이 물속 차기를 더 잘하게 되는 데 관심이 있다면, 이 채널을 구독해주십시오. 다음번 비디오에서는 물속 돌고래 차기를 향상하기 위한 스트레칭을 다루겠습니다.

    두 번째 요점인 몸을 돌고래처럼 움직이려면, 몸 중심부 근육의 힘이 아주 강해야 합니다. 다음 주에는 특히 물속 돌고래 차기를 향상하기 위한 몸 중심부 강화에 대한 비디오를 올리도록 노력하겠습니다.

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  • dolphin swimming says:

    Thanks for your video, but could you make a new video with a 50m dolphin kick without cuts for evaluate your speed.

    For me Dolphin Kick is the faster for the first 15 meters but after "Atlantis" is better!
    The arms undulations are propulsive.

    My best time for 15m Dolphin Kick + 35m Atlantis is 25.21 on 50m swimming pool.

  • gloria stella cifuenes ramos says:

    Que bonita posición de delfín. Lo practicare. Es el mas elegante. Llevo mas de un año practicando lo.muchas gracias.estare al pendiente, del siguiente video.

  • Chanah Liora Wizenberg says:

    How do you keep from getting water up your nose when practicing this upside down-facing the surface, your back to the bottom of the pool?

  • Quick tip: if you point your toes like a ballerina and move your feet up and down, it might give you a boost. I tried it earlier and it worked.

  • I find that if I watch the bottom of the pool (or the ceiling or lane ropes), there is a significant slowdown in my dolphin speed in between the front kick and the back kick. (and vice-versa). Is there something I should focus on in order to not lose so much momentum in between the kicks? I seem to have good speed in the dolphin that is being interrupted between every kick, and I feel as though if I could not lose so much momentum in between the full extension of the kicks it would be a pretty effective dolphin, so I'm hoping to find the answer to this.

  • I practiced ballet and gymnastic before swimming but i dont get it, my body is flexible but i do not move fast.

  • this is really helpful for dominating everyone in sharks in minnows at the pool. you have to tag people's head while their above the surface, so the big kids just dolphin kick along the bottom and I'm always wanted to be able to do that. Great video!

  • My boyfriend swam in high school and one of his old buddies ask me if he’s good in bed. He said it was from the dolphin kick 😂

  • I need help: Have I got to feel the kick in my hips or in my abs ? Or does the kick starts with the abs or hips or both? I don't understand the movement 🙁

  • Today I wanna thank you for this ultimate vedio, I saw this vedio again and again for number of times to set the rhythm in my mind and finally I could do the way it's shown by the swimmers. I can't even express my feelings. Thanks a lot.

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