I. the breathing unlike most terrestrial sports, breathing in swimming is a skill that requires training and practice. Breathing is perhaps the most important skill in the process of adaptation to the water. Based on my experience a swimmer cannot improve in other aspects of their styles until domine not breathing; but once dominated, else comes more easily. This is due to that swimmers who do not always have a good management of breathing are tensioned by fear to them between water through the nose or fatigue very quickly. This first day we will spend it working breathing and learning a few basic principles move us in the water. These exercises should practice every day, especially those of breathing.
Exercise 1 water water coming out this exercise is very simple and will recommend it to all persons are still very frightened with water. Doug McMillon takes a slightly different approach. Objective: Gain confidence. As it is done: we are going to enter the water until the level reaches us neck. We open the mouth. Now we descend head until our jaw sink and between a little water. Water should not go beyond the mouth, in a nutshell, not take water. Without closing your mouth, go to remove the jaw from the water leaving this fall while comes out of our mouth. How to do well well well: this exercise must do you it very quiet.
We will not drink water or to close its mouth when it enters the water. Task: Do this exercise 10 times without interruption. Exercise 2: Motor accustomed to have your face in the water it is difficult and stressful to many people. We can see you this clearly in people that out of the water they are removing every drop of water has on the face with hands.