How to play synchronized swimming?
Synchronized swimming tutorial
How do I play synchronized swimming?
Synchronized swimming used to be known as Eau Ballet . History says that the first recorded international competition was held in Berlin, Germany, in 1891. After this event, many countries showed interest and clubs from the respective countries were formed to play and organize competitive matches. . Some of the skills performed in this sport are as follows -
All synchronized swimmers should have a clear idea of the skill of egg beater. This is one of the most basic skills in this sport. In this skill, a swimmer can achieve stability and reach a height above water. Then she can leave her hands free to perform other acts. An athlete can reach as much height as possible, but the average height is around chest level.
It 'sa sport, but it is choreographed because of the music and the dance. In egg beater, the athlete comes above the water level and stands. At the same time, she must put both arms or at least one arm in the air. It doesn 't stop there. If a swimmer wants to climb vertically in the air above water, there is a boost technique. This is done by an egg beater buildup followed by a strong team effort through the legs to propel the swimmer vertically out of the water.
The Eggbeater skill is normally performed by the legs but, on the contrary, the sculls depend mainly on the hands. The hands of other supporting athletes are used to propel an athlete's body. There are different types of sculls used in synchronized swimming.
The best known and most used sculling techniques are support scull, torpedo scull and propeller scull .
The other technique which is also widely performed are stationary scull, alligator scull, bucket scull, barrel scull and arm scull split .
There are also other sculls like inverted scull and direct propeller which are used in training.
In synchronized swimming, there are a number of positions that will not allow you to blink. These are very famous and overall look very charming and graceful when athletes perform.
Here are some of the positions -
Bathtub - In this position, both legs are raised to the chest.tops of the feet should be parallel to the water.
Split Position - One of the swimmer's legs is extended back and one is stretched forward along the surface but the swimmer must be in an upright position.
Knight - Here the legs are flat on the surface of the water and to do a knight pose the head is vertically aligned with the hips. At the same time, the body is arched over the surface.
Heron or Bent Knee - Here too the body will be in an upright position and, as the name suggests, one leg will be bent and the other will be straight.
Crane - Here the swimmer's body must be in an upright position and being in this position one leg must be in the vertical position and the others must be parallel to the surface .
Side Fishtail - This is similar to a crane position but a Y side pose is additional in this position.
Back Layout - This is a normal basic swimming position where a swimmer lays down and swims on the surface, looking up and dildoing under her hips.
Front Layout - In this position the swimmer's face will be below the surface and the back raised. The swimmer should scull through the chest and no breath should be taken.
Flamingo - In this position, the lower leg should be pulled towards the chest so that its shin touches the knee of the upright leg.
Ballet Leg - Here one leg is extended and held perpendicular to the body and the other is parallel to the surface.