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Butterfly蝶式, Swimming游泳

Goswim:Butterfly_Soft Hands 蝶泳-手柔和入水


You can see the full video of each and all of these athletes at goswim.tv
Also view this article Butterfly – Hand Entry

注意力集中在開始壓水時,讓手柔和入水且靠近水面,壓胸抬臀讓你的胸成為一個張力點(手臀高過胸),使你身體會想回復成自然姿式,手推壓水時,胸起而臀部帶動大腿小腿推壓水。

Butterfly: Palm Up Recovery

Butterfly: Palm Up Recovery

Butterfly - Soft Landing

Butterfly – Soft Landing

Kaitlin Sandeno

Kaitlin Sandeno – Take a look at how her arms stay right at the surface of the water, while she presses in with her chest.

Chinese translation is pending until I have some free time 🙂

Setting up a good butterfly starts with something easy, letting the hands stay soft on the entry.

Why Do It:

Focusing on allowing the hands to enter softly, and stay close to the surface during the initial press, builds up a tension point through your chest that has the body wanting a return to it’s natural state. This helps swimmers use more of their body on butterfly, not just the arms.

How to Do It (Illustrations): We’re going to show five great swimmers all doing the same thing… allowing the hands to stay soft and high upon entry as the chest and head press below. While you watch these swimmers, try to gain an understanding of the tension that’s built up through the chest and lats.

First up is Robert Margalis. Hands high, head and chest land below, then the body rebounds back as the hands fall.
Next is Misty Hyman. A bit deeper press than Robert, but hands still high, head and chest below.
Now watch Kaitlin Sandeno. High hands on entry, head and chest below.
Eric Shanteau. Same trait again.
Lastly, Erik Vendt. The pattern is the same.

If you don’t feel this connection, or stretch, at the front of your stroke, you may be trying to lead down to the undulation with your hands. Doing this will cause you to miss this natural and necessary part of butterfly.

You can see the full video of each and all of these athletes at goswim.tv.

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