[外文游泳文献] Butterfly - Outside-In Kick

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iswim 发表于 2011-8-7 15:58:57
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butterfly - Outside-In Kick
It's funny how we discover new things in swimming. Sometimes, when you're looking at one thing, you discover something else. Just goes to show that we should always keep an open mind on EVERYTHING in swimming
These observations are driven by last week's Drill of the Week, and the comments about the swimmer's kick. In the drill, the swimmer was working on her underwater dolphins. Someone commented that it seemed like her knees were too far apart. In this week's drill, we'll illustrate a few different athletes who kick in a similar fashion.

Why Do It:
Practicing this drill could give you a new dimension in your dolphin kick. Who knows... if you've always had trouble moving forward with your dolphin kick, maybe you're not making the right connection with the water and this little trick can help. For others, this may not work at all. Is it right? Only YOU can tell.

How To Do It:
1. This is a tough one to explain, so rather than go through step-by-step instructions, we'll show you some examples. While you're watching, imagine you're going to kick from outside to IN during your dolphin kick. Rather than kick up and down, try to snap your feet down and inward. Just as a sweeping hand motion in freestyle (the "S" pattern) can help you grab more water, this inward-moving kick can help you grab a bit more water during the path to the finish of the kick.

Let's check out some other swimmers who perform this type of motion.

The first swimmer is Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman, and this footage is from her Go Swim Butterfly video. Notice that her legs separate and that the feet sweep IN slightly on each kick. The faster she goes, the less time there is to complete this move... but it's in there.

The next swimmer is 4-time Olympic medalist Kaitlin Sandeno, with footage from her Go Swim All Strokes video. Kaitlin also has a tendency to sweep her feet IN on the kick. Again, during whole-stroke swimming, the motion is not quite so evident, but it's there.

Next, let's check out a great swimmer who's using ONLY his legs. This footage shows Kevin Clements doing a kicking drill. From the side, you can see it's basic dolphin kick... but as Kevin rotates his body toward the camera, you'll notice the distinct outside-in motion of his feet.

Finally, let's take another look at our swimmer from last week's drill. Notice that when she's swimming -- rather than just working on her underwater dolphins -- her legs don't make such a pronounced, inward motion. Instead, they incorporate that move in a more narrow, more efficient manner.

There are many lessons we can take from this. One... is that when one part of the body is taking SOLE responsibility for propulsion, the actions frequently become LARGER. Two... is that if we can identify the productive things that what we do when we isolate a particular move, maybe we should try to incorporate a bit MORE of that into our whole-stroke swimming. And three... that we should not restrict our natural motions when we experiment and search for faster ways to swim.

 楼主| iswim 发表于 2011-8-7 15:59:29
Butterfly - Outside-In Kick
蝴蝶——Outside-In踢

It's funny how we discover new things in swimming. Sometimes, when you're looking at one thing, you discover something else. Just goes to show that we should always keep an open mind on EVERYTHING in swimming
这是实在好笑,我们发现新事物在游泳。有时候,当你看一件事时,你会发现一些别的东西。只是表明,我们应当永远保持开放的心态都在游泳


These observations are driven by last week's Drill of the Week, and the comments about the swimmer's kick. In the drill, the swimmer was working on her underwater dolphins. Someone commented that it seemed like her knees were too far apart. In this week's drill, we'll illustrate a few different athletes who kick in a similar fashion.
这些观察的驱使下,上周的钻一个星期,和评论游泳者的脚。在这次演习的游泳者正在她的水下海豚。有人说,就像是她的膝盖太离得很远。在本周的演习,我们会说明一些不同运动员踢以同样的方式。


Why Do It:
为什么这样做:
Practicing this drill could give you a new dimension in your dolphin kick. Who knows... if you've always had trouble moving forward with your dolphin kick, maybe you're not making the right connection with the water and this little trick can help. For others, this may not work at all. Is it right? Only YOU can tell.
这个练习练习可以给你提供了一个新的维度在你的海豚式打腿。谁知道呢……如果你一直和你麻烦向前海豚式打腿,也许你不会做出正确的连接与水和这个小窍门能帮上忙。对另一些人来说,这可能是没有工作。这是对的吗?只有你才能知道。


How To Do It:
如何做那件事。


1. This is a tough one to explain, so rather than go through step-by-step instructions, we'll show you some examples. While you're watching, imagine you're going to kick from outside to IN during your dolphin kick. Rather than kick up and down, try to snap your feet down and inward. Just as a sweeping hand motion in freestyle (the "S" pattern) can help you grab more water, this inward-moving kick can help you grab a bit more water during the path to the finish of the kick.
1。这是一个尖锐的问题来解释,所以与其穿过循序渐进的指示,我们将给你看一些例子。当你看,想象你会踢你从外到在海豚式打腿。而不是踢了,试着改变你的脚下来,向内。就像一个扫的手运动在自由泳(“3 S”型)可以帮你抓更多的水,这inward-moving踢可以帮你抓住一点更多的水在通向终点的脚。


Let's check out some other swimmers who perform this type of motion.
让我们看看一些其他选手表演这种类型的运动。


The first swimmer is Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman, and this footage is from her Go Swim Butterfly video. Notice that her legs separate and that the feet sweep IN slightly on each kick. The faster she goes, the less time there is to complete this move... but it's in there.
第一名运动员奥运金牌得主模糊海曼出版社,和这素材从她去游泳蝴蝶的视频。注意她的双腿分开,脚稍微带着每一脚。她走得越快,更少的时间来完成这桩转会是……但那是在那里。


The next swimmer is 4-time Olympic medalist Kaitlin Sandeno, with footage from her Go Swim All Strokes video. Kaitlin also has a tendency to sweep her feet IN on the kick. Again, during whole-stroke swimming, the motion is not quite so evident, but it's there.
第二名运动员4-time奥运会奖牌获得者Kaitlin Sandeno,她所有的录像带中风去游泳的视频。Kaitlin也倾向于打扫她的脚上的花花公子。再次,在完整游泳,运动并不是那么明显,但它的存在。


Next, let's check out a great swimmer who's using ONLY his legs. This footage shows Kevin Clements doing a kicking drill. From the side, you can see it's basic dolphin kick... but as Kevin rotates his body toward the camera, you'll notice the distinct outside-in motion of his feet.
接下来,让我们看看一个伟大的游泳运动员只使用他的腿。这个镜头显示凯文克来做,注视池底。从侧面看,你可以看到海豚式打腿…但是最基本的身体当凯文轮换向镜头,你会注意到不同outside-in运动他的脚。


Finally, let's take another look at our swimmer from last week's drill. Notice that when she's swimming -- rather than just working on her underwater dolphins -- her legs don't make such a pronounced, inward motion. Instead, they incorporate that move in a more narrow, more efficient manner.
最后,让我们再看看我们的游泳者,从上周的演练。注意,当她游泳——而不是工作在她——她的腿水下海豚不要让这样的一个明显,内在的运动。相反,他们将移动更窄的、更有效的方式。


There are many lessons we can take from this. One... is that when one part of the body is taking SOLE responsibility for propulsion, the actions frequently become LARGER. Two... is that if we can identify the productive things that what we do when we isolate a particular move, maybe we should try to incorporate a bit MORE of that into our whole-stroke swimming. And three... that we should not restrict our natural motions when we experiment and search for faster ways to swim.
有很多课程,我们就能采取。一个…是,当身体的一个部位是唯一有责任采取行动推进,经常变得更大。两个……如果我们能找到生产的东西时,我们所隔离一个特定的移动,也许我们应该尽量把重要的一点我们的完整游泳。和三个…我们不应该限制我们的自然运动,当我们实验寻找更快的方式游泳。


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