Part C – Front Float

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Notes

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”17″]Doing front floats are a great way of relaxing the body. They help us to stay loose, calm and focus on our breathing

Grab the wall with one arm and the other arm holding a kickboard. Place your head into the water blowing your bubbles and lift your feet off the ground. When finished go into the recovery stance

Do this a few times until you are ready to move on, then switch sides and try holding the wall with the other arm

If your feet sink to the bottom it’s normal, simply tap off the ground and try to maintain a horizontal position in the water

Next grab a kickboard with both arms, place your head into the water blowing bubbles and lift your feet off the ground. Do this for about 5 to 10 seconds until you are ready to move on

Finally put your whole body into the water with your arms apart and feet wide apart blowing bubbles

Your body should be nice and loose like seaweed in the water. Relax and no tensing of any muscles

 

 

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