Advice 1: How to learn to swim on your back

Swimming on the back is the easiest style of movement on the water. There is no need to hold your breath, and the body in this swimming resting. To learn how to swim on the back is a snap.
How to learn to swim on your back
First, select the location for training. Best for you is the pool. In open water where the bottom may be uneven, you will not be able to keep the situation under control. Besides, during class waves or current can interfere.
Start learning to swim on the back with a man who knows well how to swim and is able to hedge. It is desirable that the first time he supported your body, so you can easily keep yourself in the water.
Start with a shallow depth. Sit on the bottom and resting on her arms, try to lie on your back so that the shoulders and neck went a little under the water. Try to stretch on the surface of the water. Take a deep breath and slowly move the hands to the hips. Do this movement smoothly. Stay in this position until the legs will not go under the water.
Try to overcome fear and catch his balance. You need to relax your arms and legs and lungs to absorb more air, then the body will become weightless and will remain on the surface.
To learn to swim but not to lie on the backagain sit on the bottom. Raise your bent arms up, upper body tilt back and push off with your legs from the bottom. When feet will be in zero gravity, straighten to his full height. Try to swim several meters, holding his breath while doing this.
To overcome the distance, you need to learn how to make a kicking motion, reminiscent of repulsion. Hands to perform strokes: make sachibalaya motion with his hands, bringing them above the shoulders above the water, and bringing with power thigh under her. Such movements can be performed with two hands as the turn and at the same time. Thus, each hand will make continuous and rhythmic movement. To the beginner it is recommended to perform the strokes straight arms. When the technique of swimming on the back you would bring to perfection, hands when rowing keep bent. Such characteristic movement when swimming on the back did not represent special work for the swimmer.
Useful advice
Recommended for exercise to buy a nose plug.

Try to keep your knees are under water and the feet do not run from each other for more than 40 centimeters

Advice 2 : How to learn to swim in big waves

Many Russians love to relax by the sea. But swimming in the sea is dangerous because of the waves formed on the surface much more than in rivers and lakes. Therefore, you have to remember a few rules that will help you to swim in rough waters.
How to learn to swim in big waves

To enter the water or go ashore in a heavy swell, wait for the interval between the surf and the reflected wave. Being in the water, select a section of the coast with sandy or pebbly shallows. This site is the safest to exit the water in heavy seas. When approaching to the shore, roll onto your back so that your feet were aimed toward the coast. In other words, have to swim on back, feet first. Don't worry about that in this position, you will slowly sail – surf the wave itself you will put on the beach. But beware that in this situation you are almost not protected, and if the wave will cover you. So perevorachivatel on the back just in front of the beach and not beforehand. Keeping the body afloat, move to the shore hoe-type motions of the hands at the hips. Be prepared to stand feet on the bottom.

Once the wave goes down, lower your legs and stand on the bottom. Immediately after that, begin to move quickly towards the shore with the wave. Watch for the waves. When approaching from the shore of the reflected waves, turn sideways to her, lean to her side, rest your feet and try to stand still. As soon as the reflected wave will continue to go ashore. All the waves increase and fall gradually, so for the safe release hold on the smallest waves.

If the waves are small, quiet swim, climbing and sliding down them. To overcome the large wave advance take a breath, hold your breath and dive under it. If sailing to the shore, you were in a strong tidal wave, don't try to overcome it. Try to roll over on his back feet forward, as described above.

Swimming in big waves, try to swim breaststroke. This style of swimming allows you to swim and tread water in rough seas, providing a good overview. Frequently check the direction of movement, guided by the directions of waves on the shore and visible objects. Breathe in the air away from the approaching wave. To overcome the large opposing waves better crawl on his chest or on his side, in all other cases, swim breaststroke.

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