Part C – Flip Kick

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    This PDF download summarizes all the lessons covered in Day 3. Feel free to print this out and place it in a ziplock bag to bring to the pool as your action item sheet.


[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”17″ width=”940″]The flip kick requires the same turning motion as the flip glide.

Start with the front kick with a kickboard and as you run out of breath simply turn onto your back and finish with a recovery stance. Do this a few times until you are ready to move on

Next try to continue alternating from front to back and remember to visualize separate kicking patterns for each: front kicking is smacking a mattress, back kicking is flicking socks off your feet

For an added challenge try this without using a kickboard. Without using arms it can be quite challenging maintaining a front kick so you can adapt by spending less time on your front and more time on your back

Congratulations on completing all 3 lessons in Day 3. Now it’s your turn to do these exercises in the pool. Make sure you download and print out the Day 3 PDF Summary and take it with you to the pool as your action guide



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