Adapting to water is to immerse your head in the water and hold it for as long as you can. Don’t gasp in the water, but gasp after you get out of the water. If you can’t choke after you get out of the water, you can. The main basic skill is breathing. There are many people who have been swimming for more than ten years and think they can swim. In fact, he can’t be regarded as a swimmer-because his head is always on the water. You must learn to breathe when you learn to swim. As long as you have the ability to breathe, you can swim even if you only know dog planing.
Relax your body, that is, go to the flooded chest, turn around, sink your body into the water and dive to the shallow water, without moving your hands and feet, looking for the feeling of drifting and relaxing! If you can float and relax, you can start the next step! In the water, you can observe that those who swim well have basically flat bodies, like a torpedo gliding horizontally. And those who swim slowly, their bodies are almost always inclined, and their toes almost touch the bottom of the pool. One of the main reasons for this phenomenon is that they always try to raise their heads. A person’s head is very heavy. As soon as the head comes out of the water, the bearing capacity of the body is even greater. In addition, if you look up, your body will naturally sink.
That is, from the flooded chest to the shallow water, swim forward with the strength of your hands first, without moving your feet. When you are proficient in this movement, you will start to cooperate with your legs and feet. As soon as your hands and feet are coordinated, you will know it! Even if you master these skills, you should pay special attention to safety. Beginners must not swim in if they go into the sea.