Part B – Back Glide

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”17″ width=”940″]Like the back float, the back glide requires us to place the back of our heads and ears in the water and our face out

First grip the kickboard like a holding a burger with your feet near the wall. Position the kickboard on the surface of the water with your shoulders submerged.

Slowly sink the back of your head and ears into the water with your chin up and eyes looking up to the ceiling. Quickly lift your feet off the floor and place them onto the wall and push as hard as you can

Elongate your body with your legs together, toes pointed and stretched outward with the kickboard placed near your belly

When you’ve slowly come to a stop simply go into the recovery stance

Do this a few times until you are ready to move on. Now attempt this without a kickboard with your arms tucked into the sides of your body[/text_block]

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