Playing and Training Creatively
Looks at how training for water-based sports can be made fun, interesting, and educational. Each chapter of this book focuses on a different type of water-based activity - such as diving, life saving, synchronised swimming, aqua-fitness, and general swim training - and gives examples of the various ways in which these can be taught.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
and Games in the Water
IMPULSES FOR CREATIVE
and Diving into the Water
in Life Saving
and Synchronized Swimming
THE PLAYFUL WAY OF LEARNING
to Swim the Butterfly Stroke
1-m board ability aims Aqua Fitness Aquafun areas of swimming artistic and synchronized backstroke backwards beginners biathlon breaststroke arm breathing butterfly arm stroke butterfly leg kick butterfly stroke Chapter coordination crawl arm stroke crawl leg kick disabled diver diving games diving mask diving rings Diving underwater dolphin dive dry land edge environment of water feet forward roll freely constructed game forms games and game head integration jumping and diving jumps or dives jumps/dives learn the butterfly little games lying main pool method Mexican wave movement exercises moving one’s person possible pull buoy Pulling the partner Pushing relaxation relay race RHEKER saving clothes sidestroke slalom snorkel equipment somersault step stomach stretched surface swimmer swims swimming board swimming instruction swimming styles swimming underwater swum synchronized swimming Underwater Diving underwater polo ball underwater rugby Variations water basketball water gymnastics water polo wearing flippers wriggling motion wriggling movement