In the summer, there are many people who choose to go swimming with the purpose of dispelling the hot summer heat. So, this season there are many reputable swimmers.
Learning to swim is actually not as difficult as you think because swimming is a natural instinct of humans. However, if you have to learn the right technique and apply the right method, learning to swim will become easier. Below is a guide to practice standing water in swimming for your reference.
Practicing standing water is one of the most basic techniques when learning to swim and is essential to becoming more confident and safer when swimming. Learning to stand by the water is very simple, you can learn and master the standing technique after just one training session. Standing water is different from standing on land, standing water is that you must have the rhythmic movement of both hands and feet to keep the body floating on the water.
When you start practicing standing water, you should choose the pool’s shallow water for safety. To learn the technique of standing water, you must master the breathing techniques, floating on the water and pedaling techniques, water fans first. Choose a shallow place to stand, breathe in and out rhythmically as learned in breathing techniques, and perform hand movements under the water surface and rub from front to back. Hand rub in water standing technique is like you are using your hands to rub water and feel the water. Once you’ve mastered your hand rub and can feel the water around you, switch to footwork. When practicing footwork in water-standing technique, choose a position near the wall of the tank, stick your hand to the tank wall and perform cross-leg kicking. Keeping your toes straight, you perform cross-leg kicks up and down quickly. Once you are comfortable and accustomed to the cross-leg kicking action, move away from the edge of the pool and incorporate a smooth hand rub and foot kick.
To be most safe when practicing standing water techniques, you should choose the location of shallow water, stand not too far from the wall of the tank so if done unsuccessfully, you will immediately stick to the tank wall when necessary. Alternatively, you can choose the pool to practice if there is a problem with this technique. Good luck.