Part B – Sculling

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Notes

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”17″ width=”940″]Sculling is used for treading water as well as moving backwards with little energy expenditure. When on our backs, I personally recommend sculling versus backcrawl because it is easier to learn and perform with less energy needed

Start by standing in the water, cupping your hands and pretend smearing peanut butter onto the surface of the water or waving goodbye in a windshield wiper motion moving side to side in equal distances. You will notice the water changing into a white color as you perform this exercise. If not then it is an indicator that your hands are too low in the water

Next lean into a back glide and perform sculling while looking up to the ceiling. Finally try going into a seated position and perform sculling

For an extra challenge, try sculling from one end of the pool to the other while seated and practice changing directions as well[/text_block]

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