Swimming for Total Fitness: A Progressive Aerobic Program
Swimming is one of the best, most enjoyable, and most effective forms of exercise available, and this is the classic guide for beginners and expert swimmers alike, completely revised and updated for the '90s.
B & W line drawings throughout.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Swimming for total fitness: a progressive aerobic programUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Katz, an accomplished swimmer and educator, offers this update of her 1981 book of the same title ( LJ 3/15/81). She presents a graduated program to learning the basics of swimming, beginning with ... Read full review
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The Fundamentals of Swimming
Swimming to Win
The Techniques of Swimming
Starts Dives and Turns
SwimmingforFitness Progressive Workout
Eyes Ears Nose and Throat
Especially for Women
Swimming Faster and Farther
Odds and Ends
Just for Fun
For the Record
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100 easy swim 200 yards/meters 30 seconds rest 50 easy 50 freestyle alternate breathing arm motion arm pull arm stroke arms and legs arms extended arms straight begin Bend your knees beneﬁts bobbing body position body roll breaststroke catch catch-up chest chlorine controlled breathing Cool-down coordination crawl stroke crawl/freestyle dive dolphin kick dry land efﬁcient elbow elementary backstroke exhale EXTRA TIPS Fartlek feel feet ﬁnd ﬁngers ﬁns ﬁrst ﬁtness ﬁve ﬂoat ﬂutter kick forward frog kick head hips inhale keep kickboard leg motions Main Set Masters Swimming minute rest minutes Swimmers muscles open turn phase prone position pull-buoy pull-kick-swim push push-off recovery relaxed rhythmic breathing scissors kick sculling shallow Shape-ups shoulder shoulder-deep water side sidestroke standing streamlined stretch stroke cycle supine position surface swimmer's choice thigh Total Distance treading underwater whip kick windmill backstroke workout X 50 freestyle yards/meters Warm-up