Gary Barclay explains the correct time to breathe when swimming Butterfly.
Hi, I’m Gary Barclay, and we’re going to have a look now at the butterfly and, in particular, look at one of the main problems in butterfly, and that’s the breathing timing.
So what we’re going to do is we’re going to focus on the correct time to breathe in butterfly.
So when our arms start out in front in the water, our heads down in a nice streamline position, as the hands pull through and come underneath your body, the correct time to breathe is to start pushing your chin forward as your hands are pushing back.
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