Miranda Mohr
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You can't take breathing for granted in swimming. Beginners tend to lift their heads above the water when they run out of air and gasp for more. But breaking your rhythm while swimming slows you down and tires you out, so incorporating breathing into your stroke cycle is an essential first step to improving your aquatic skills. Freestyle is the...

The modern freestyle or front crawl stroke was first demonstrated in London in 1844 by two Native American swimmers named Flying Gull and Tobacco.

If you can't master the breathing aspect of swimming, then you'll never be as efficient as you want to be. Here's how improve your swimming by first working on the basic fundamental of breathing.

25 Tips from Top Swim Coaches. With these swimming tips and tricks you’ll be dominating the pool in no time. Learn to improve your technique, breathing and focus.

Swimming: Breathing basics.....okay so honestly I giggled a little seeing this picture upon first glance, but I'd be lying if I didn't say this might actually be helpful to me. I still have to plug my nose :/

okay so honestly I giggled a little seeing this picture upon first glance, but I'd be lying if I didn't say this might actually be helpful to me. I still have to plug my nose :/