游泳中最重要的身体部位 [英语][Skills NT]

身体的旋转很容易做到,但很多人不知道旋转中有短暂的停顿。 这种暂停会让你游得更快。 胳膊和腿之间的能量传递是让你在水中移动良好的原因。 多用或少用腿都没有关系。 许多人称之为能量身体旋转的转移。 但如果你仔细观察,整个身体不会同时或以相同的程度旋转。 这样做是一个很大的错误。 请按顺序观看此视频系列:1- 用更少的力气游泳:2- 少踢真的更容易吗?:3- 游泳中最重要的身体部位:00:00 – 躯干的旋转 00:24 – 肌肉和肌肉游泳时的骨骼 01:02 – 臀部和肩部 01:46 – 亚伦准备参加铁人三项比赛 02:48 – 训练以改善旋转 05:43 – 旱地练习以改善游泳 我们的旱地频道:游泳营地:加入我们的 Discord(游泳社区):如果你喜欢游泳,你会喜欢我们的网页: Tik tok:我们最喜欢的亚马逊产品: Instragram: Facebook: 感谢观看! 游得快!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxhHPhKEtSI

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We are two brothers who swam for 30 years in the competitive arena (15 years each) and we hope we can transmit our knowledge as clearly and simple as youtube allows us to.

38 留言

  1. Ginga, Meia Lua De Compasso :D

  2. No other YouTube swim coach has explained it so well! It has helped me a lot! Thank you Aaron!

  3. Shereen Abdallah

    This exercise which age practice

  4. Get rid of A-Aron – it’s very annoying.

  5. I tried this today and apparently faster! Thank for the sharing!

  6. Im korean also i teach people how to swim your video really helpful thanks

  7. If I might make a constructively meant comment – the information quality of the video is absolutely superb, but the video starts too quickly and is too intense – hard to pay attention at all times (at least I had to replay some bits, despite it being very understandable, but too dense)

  8. Thank you for great video. This video really helps my swimming.

  9. Excellent explication

  10. 최고!
    댕큐!

  11. Aaron is pronounced eh · ruhn also thanks for the videos!

  12. honestly m struggling with kick ,any good video recommendation sir

  13. 0:32 제로투

  14. En castellano por favor

  15. Cyril Sjöström

    Rotate those hips A-a-ron. Rotate 'em like Belaké.

  16. Damn Aaron really did improve in front of my eyes

  17. Very informative.

  18. amazing 3-D swimmer model!

  19. I sub this channel today. I have been watching swim vids here and there, but i subscribed this channel simply because of the animation and the skeleton!

  20. Thank you again for the wonderful content!

  21. Great video. Love your shout out to Key and Peele.

  22. kürşat kürşattt

    Good job

  23. Great thanks, that pov go pro video would be realy nice.

  24. Translate for Russian please

  25. it's really helpful for me.Thank you manufactured this vidio!!!

  26. Sanjaya Weeratunga

    Wow
    Excellent
    Perfect
    I really appreciate about u ….
    Great
    Thank u so much

  27. I learned breaststroke, breathing technique and swimming with less effort from your videos. They are really helpful. Thank you!
    And I am sure, you will hit 1m subs before the next Olympics :)

  28. Thank you for the instructions. OWS here on Maui. Certain conditions like wind, rough water make my swims very interesting. Always adjusting to what the ocean throws at me. Especially, stroke and breathing rhythm. There are times when I get out of sync by being swamped by a wave.
    I don’t pool swim but try to incorporate these techniques as much as possible. Mahalo

  29. Very helpful. Thank you.

  30. Em cám ơn . Em hay xem clip Anh đúng clip em em cần ❤️

  31. ONLY the head turns when breathing and the arms pull should be UNDER the body, NOT outside the line of the body and keep the elbows up when arm out front,this is the catch part of the stroke.

  32. interesting, thank you. What do you think about Adam Ocean Walker technique, he recommends rotating even more than shown in your video. Using this approach, there will be even less body mass under the water, right?

  33. Why not have a translated Video that offers international content that must be used by many people try to provide a translation of the Video especially Arabic

  34. A-A-RON!

  35. Your animation is getting really good. Nice Capoeira bit there…. My martial arts instructors called the rotational energy 'spiral energy'. Probably best example was Bruce Lee's 1 inch punch. I figure it is a crack the whip action, but rotational rather than a body wave like butterfly.

    Still puzzled by the concept that the hips can propel shoulder rotation. When you did the Arrow freestyle video, you hit on my perception of this. The front side kick anchors on the pulling arm on the same side. The recover arm follows that action. I practice a lot of kicking laps, and practice like I swim, a 6 beat pattern, and with a snorkel. I incorporate shoulder rotation with this exercise. Always, the shoulder rotation comes before the hip rotation, and I have tried to get the hips to rotate, and it doesn't work, or at least I can't make it work. Saw that 6 beat kick exercise at Gary Hall's site, and can't remember exactly, but the kids were doing it either in stream line position or with arms at their sides. Same thing, the shoulders would rotate just a moment before the hips rotated. The low side shoulder that rotates up is the pulling arm.

    With land base sports that use spiral energy, the rotation starts at the feet, usually a shoulder width or more apart, travels up the spine, and exits out the fingers/hands like throwing a punch or throwing a baseball. Spiral energy does not work without feet being anchored on the ground. Swimming action involves a little bit of throwing the arms forward, but the main action is the pull, not the throw.

    I figure that slight pause allows for a bit more arm extension so you get full reach, and maximum stroke length. I have taken to doing my kicking laps with arms in freestyle position, and linking front side kick to pulling arm, and extending right arm forward with right front side kick, then repeat for left side. I am doing it for back stroke kicking laps as well.

    I think you are/were the first one to use the terms 'front side' and 'back side' for kicking, which makes sense so you don't have to change things around for freestyle and back stroke. It works for my overarm side stroke as well……

  36. Who else always joins him with the dab in the end?

  37. Skills N' Talents

    Follow this video series in order:
    1- Swim with LESS Effort: https://youtu.be/9Wm0kyjtmaE
    2- Is it really easier to kick less?: https://youtu.be/GMuYSlli3io
    3- The Most Important Body Part In Swimming: https://youtu.be/CxhHPhKEtSI

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