Fast Swimming Techniques – Butterfly Stroke


Hi, I’m Gary Hall Sr. from the Race Club. Today we’re going to do the second webisode on butterfly, and the key components to swimming faster butterfly. Last week, we talked about the importance of body position. Today, we’re going to talk about the importance of the underwater pull and the recovery. First let’s talk about the underwater pull. We’ve spent a lot of time telling you how important it is to pull, in freestyle, with a very high elbow what’s called early vertical forearm. We can take the drag reduction you get from the freestyle pulling with a high elbow . And you double that. And that’s the effect that you’re gonna have in butterfly. In other words, you really want to use the same high elbow pull in fly that you do in freestyle. And there’s the same temptation because the power is greater when you pull deeper than it is when you pull shallower and wide. And yet the drag coefficient from the upper arms is greater, leading to slowing you down and tiring you sooner in the race. If you pull(x) push off a wall under water with both hands extended out to the side, you come to a stop almost immediately. That’s the way you’re pulling underwater with both arms almost in that same position. So it’s extremely important to keep the elbows high pull shallow and wide. Do not let the hands get too far under the body as you complete the pull. And get them out for the recovery. 밀로라드 챠빝츼(Milorad Čavić)
미국에서 태어난 세르비아 수영선수 Now let’s talk about the recovery. Even though that only takes a few tenths of a second, the way in which the arms are brought around on the surface is very important. That is in fact the recovery period and arms should be very relaxed. In order to keep the arms relaxed in recovery in fly, you have to be able to extend them backwards as far as possible, let the wrists go loose. and relax them as much as possible as they come over the water. always with the straight arm. You notice how Michael Phelps looks like he’s swimming easy, when he goes even a 100 fly in almost world record time. It’s because his recovery is relax the part you’re seeing. Underwater it’s a different story. There he’s aggressive and he’s strong. But he gets those a few tenths of second of relaxation on each stroke, that make him more powerful and more able to sustain that speed through the whole race.

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  1. Phelps seems to sweep his hands more widely and more deeply than Cavic does, with less emphasis on early vertical forearm. Is there something about Phelps's physiology that made that style better for him, or would he have been faster with a stroke more like Cavic's?

  2. its just what fits you better not everyone is the same build and body so they will have small variations in their stroke whatever feels more comfortable

  3. Thanks, but the difference between Phelps and Cavic seems pretty pronounced, and it seems to affect the tradeoff between sprint speed (Cavic) vs. longer-distance power (Phelps). One possible answer is that Cavic's stroke is more shoulder-driven and Phelps's is more hip-driven, and that which is best for a given swimmer in a given race depends on hip/shoulder flexibility and distance. That would show that EVF and shoulder-drivenness can go together. Nathan Adrian's free might be another example.

  4. There is no line-of-axis rotation in fly, so we can't really call them shoulder or hip-driven. Phelps begins with a high elbow shallow wide pull, similar to Cavic, yet comes under the body with the hands once the get past the shoulders. By this time, he is sweeping the upper arms backward so the hand position doesn't make as much difference as in the front quadrant. The one thing Phelps does better than anyone is use both up kick and down kick with his powerful legs. That is a key difference.

  5. Both swimmers begin with EVF and a shoulder wide pull. How they end the pull is different and less important. Phelps trains much more aerobically than Cavic and breathes every stroke (except the start and turn) which enables him to finish much faster. One reason Cavic is faster in the 50 is that he breathes every other or less. The breath stroke slows everyone down…but we need that oxygen.

  6. One size does not fit all in swimming. Different physiologies, different training techniques….but there are some basic principals that are important and common to both..particularly how they initiate the pull with the high elbow

  7. I suspect you may address these questions in the upcoming videos in the butterfly series, but here goes:
    1) Every-stroke breating VS Every-other-stroke-breathing.
    2) Long distance butterfly. I regularly swim upward of 2km in butterfly, and start most of my swimming sessions with a 10mn fly for warm-up. The distance fly record is an astonishing 80km by Ms. Keith.
    Thanks.

  8. 1. depends on the flyer. Most women go every other. If the kick is strong and the shoulders stay lower, breathing every stroke is the best way to finish strong. 2. Only swim long distance fly if you are buoyant. It is not wise, nor even possible for those that sink.

  9. For a swimmer who has a strong upper body and weak legs. How would you recommend their breathing? Every-stroke breating or Every-other-stroke breathing.

  10. during the recovery phase when your arms are above the water. Is it better to avoid bending your elbows while arms are above surface?and what is the best way to enter the water? thumbs or whole hand straight in?

  11. I always recommend a straight arm recovery (above water) in fly. As far as hand entry, it doesn't seem to matter to much if you enter thumbs down (Phelps) or fingers down (Cavic), so long as you enter at the shoulder. Don't go any further medial than that.

  12. If you have weak legs in fly, you have a weak fly. There is no remedy. If the legs are strong, I recommend breathing every stroke, so long as you elevate your head with the neck and not the shoulders. In the 200 always go at least 2 up one down…or you will crash and burn. You will without legs regardless of how you breathe. So work your legs…hard!

  13. for stronger upper body in fly… can you actually, by holding one dumbbell in each hand, mimic the stroke of butterfly- does that actually help in building the strength of upper body? and when i swim a race, after my dive and ready to take my first stroke of fly, it feels hard to break the surface, like theres a huge drag on me and usually disrupts my rhythm for the whole lap. any solutionss?

  14. Holding dumbbells and practicing recovery or using resistance to practice recovery are two good ways to improve the ease of recovery. It is very important to relax the arms and hands for these few tenths of a second prior to initiating the underwater pull.

  15. I feel as if my arms fatigue more from the recovery than the push and this causes me to easily lose form by the last 25m of a 100m fly

  16. You should try to really relax the arms as much as possible on the recovery. Even in those few tenths of a second the muscle will recover much better than when tense. Keep your shoulders down, extend the arms back, but keep the wrists loose and relaxed.

  17. Hahahaha i remember my VERY FIRST swim meet, they made me do a 100 butterfly. By the 25 mark I thought I was about to die, and I was THAT kid that everybody has to wait on! Soo glad it's changed haha.

  18. hello, Mr. Hall. it seems that I've improved my fly after a couple of months of training and trying not to hold my arms in front. still have huge problems with relaxation and endurance, but I hope it won't affect my time on 50m fly. would you be so kind to watch this 15 second long video video of my fly with short fins and give me some more advice: /watch?v=pl4ZafBby0g ? it's the second 25 after a turn. more than average effort but not very hard. THANK YOU!

  19. For my age i can't really do this it is pretty hard but i learned a lot from the amazing butterfly from you look at my mascot it is a penguin which means i swim a lot but all i gotta say is for the swimming THANKS BRO

  20. The only strokes ive mastered was the freestyle and the backstroke, but i suffer with the movements in breast and the butterfly stroke. I have swimming lessons but im surrounded with experts, im the only rookie. I need

  21. I couldn't find the video but please breathe every stroke and keep your shoulders down on the breath. Leave the lifting to your neck.

  22. is there any specific drill targeted to maximise fly kick strength? i realized i have weak kicks. what does your easy recovery mean? As in, recovering and letting your arms do the recovery without forcing it? just letting it smooth past without using force to recover?

  23. We have drills to improve fly kick technique, but the key is work…in the pool, gym and stretching. Legs are key to fast fly. There is no recovery time for the legs in fly, but the arms should try to relax as much as possible on the over water recovery. Makes a big difference in the ability to sustain speed.

  24. For the kick, recovery means not applying any particular force or speed to the leg movement. In other words, allowing the leg to drift in the direction of motion. This will not give you any propulsion but when swimming longer distances, one cannot sustain a hard kick the entire time. We call that a soft six beat kick.

  25. Women do this less often than men…but it is much more common today. The compromise is that the breath creates more frontal drag, but the oxygen enables one to finish stronger. Practice breathing every stroke and it gets easier.

  26. Dolphin kick is considered by many coaches to be the fifth stroke, since it now is used in all four strokes. Work hard to develop a good dolphin kick.

  27. I occasionally swim butterfly for fitness, and I was struggling with the breathing part. After watching this video, I tried the high elbow pull, and the result was amazing; breathing became easier & more relaxed. Thank you.

  28. I'm glad to see and hear that breathing every stroke on fly is ok. I'm beginning to feel more comfortable with this stroke's rhythm, but I still feel like i need to breathe every stroke every 3 or so cycles. Great video.

  29. The reason why I am watching this is because I am 11 and want to become first in butterfly in my swimming carnival

  30. Hi, I'm Aleksander. I'm from Poland and I'm 11 Years old. My time in 50 butterfly is 36:47, but I want 33:50. HOW TO DO IT?!!!

  31. Im having a hard time lifting my body upwards when I swim that is why I also have a hard time in breathing

  32. Why there is more drag with low elbow instead of high elbow? As long as forearm and upper arm are underwater, the resistant area should be same, correct?

  33. Fast Swimming Techniques – Butterfly Stroke
    λΉ λ₯Έ 수영 기법 – μ ‘μ˜ μ “κΈ°

    Published on Feb 13, 2013
    κ²Œμ‹œμΌ: 2013. 2. 13.

    In this part 2 of 5 Fast Swimming Techniques video of the 'Butterfly Stroke' featuring 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist in the 100 meter butterfly Milorad Cavic, Gary Hall Sr. from the Race Club swim camps: http://theraceclub.com/swim-camps/ discusses the proper way to engage the underwater pull as well the importance of relaxing the arms during the recovery.
    'μ ‘μ˜'에 κ΄€ν•œ 5 개 λΉ λ₯Έ 수영 기법 쀑 2 번째인 이번 λΆ„λŸ‰μ—μ„œλŠ”, 2008λ…„ μ˜¬λ¦Όν”½ 100 λ―Έν„° μ ‘μ˜ μ€λ©”λ‹¬λ¦¬μŠ€νŠΈμΈ λ°€λ‘œλΌλ“œ 챠빝츼(Milorad ?avi?)κ°€ λ‚˜μ˜€κ³ , λ ˆμ΄μ“° 클럽 수영 μΊ ν”„: http://theraceclub.com/swim-camps/ 의 게리 홀 μ‹œλ‹ˆμ–΄κ°€ λ¬Ό 속 μ “κΈ°λ₯Ό μˆ˜ν–‰ν•˜λŠ” μ μ ˆν•œ 방법과 되돌릴 λ•Œμ— νŒ”μ„ μ‰¬κ²Œ ν•˜λŠ” κ²ƒμ˜ μ€‘μš”μ„±μ— λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ μ΄μ•ΌκΈ°ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

    Learn important details that will enhance your own swimming training program and take it from the best swimmers in the World!
    μ—¬λŸ¬λΆ„ μžμ‹ μ˜ 수영 ν›ˆλ ¨ ν”„λ‘œκ·Έλž¨μ„ ν–₯μƒμ‹œν‚¬ μ€‘μš”ν•œ 세뢀사항에 λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ 배우고 μ„Έκ³„μ—μ„œ κ°€μž₯ λ›°μ–΄λ‚œ μ„ μˆ˜λ“€μ˜ μ‹œλ²”μ„ 톡해 μŠ΅λ“ν•˜μ‹­μ‹œμš”!

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    λ™μ˜μƒ 쀑간에 λ°”λΉ„ μ‚¬λΆˆλ§„(Bobby Savulich)이 λ‚˜μ˜€λŠ” μž₯면은 http://shop.theraceclub.com/store/video-dvd.html μ—μ„œ κ΅¬λ§€ν•˜μ‹€ 수 μžˆλŠ” "Life is Worth Swimming" DVD 의 μž₯λ©΄μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€. μ‹œμ²­ν•΄ μ£Όμ…”μ„œ κ°μ‚¬ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€!

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    λ ˆμ΄μ“° 클럽 μ›Ήμ‚¬μ΄νŠΈλ₯Ό λ°©λ¬Έν•˜μ‹œμ–΄ μ•Œλ €μ§€μ§€ μ•Šμ€ 수영 비결에 κ΄€ν•œ μˆ˜μ˜λ…ΈνŠΈ λΈ”λ‘œκ·Έλ₯Ό 읽고 λ™μ˜μƒμ„ κ°μƒν•˜μ„Έμš”: http://www.theraceclub.com

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    λ‘œμŠ€μ—”μ €λ ˆμŠ€μ™€ ν”Œλ‘œλ¦¬λ‹€ 이슬라λͺ¨λΌλ‹€μ—μ„œ μ—΄λ¦¬λŠ” λ ˆμ΄μ“° 클럽 수영 μΊ ν”„μ—λŠ” μ „μ„Έκ³„μ—μ„œ λͺ¨λ“  μ—°λ Ή λͺ¨λ“  λ“±κΈ‰μ˜ μˆ˜μ˜μΈλ“€μ΄ 수영 기법을 ν–₯μƒμ‹œν‚€κΈ° μœ„ν•΄ λͺ°λ €μ˜΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. μ°Έμ—¬ν•˜μ„Έμš”: http://theraceclub.com/swim-camps/

  34. 1
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    Hi, I'm Gary Hall Sr. from the Race Club.
    μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ„Έμš”, μ €λŠ” λ ˆμ΄μ“°ν΄λŸ½μ˜ 게리 홀 μ‹œλ‹ˆμ–΄μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    Today we're going to do the second webisode on butterfly, and the key components to swimming faster butterfly.
    μ˜€λŠ˜μ€ μ ‘μ˜μ— κ΄€ν•œ λ‘λ²ˆμ§Έ μ›Ήμ—ν”Όμ†Œλ“œλ₯Ό μ§„ν–‰ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. λΉ λ₯Έ μ ‘μ˜μ„ ν•˜λŠ” 데 μžˆμ–΄ μ€‘μš”ν•œ μš”μ†Œμ— λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ λ§μ”€λ“œλ¦¬κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    Last week, we talked about the importance of body position.
    μ§€λ‚œμ£Όμ—λŠ” λͺΈν†΅ μžμ„Έμ˜ μ€‘μš”μ„±μ— λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ μ΄μ•ΌκΈ°ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    Today, we're going to talk about the importance of the underwater pull and the recovery.
    μ˜€λŠ˜μ€ 물속 젓기와 λ˜λŒλ¦¬κΈ°μ— μžˆμ–΄ μ€‘μš”ν•œ 점에 λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ μ΄μ•ΌκΈ°ν• κΉŒ ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    First let's talk about the underwater pull.
    물속 젓기에 λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬ λ¨Όμ € λ§μ”€λ“œλ¦¬κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    We've spent a lot of time telling you how important it is to pull, in freestyle, with a very high elbow what's called early vertical forearm.
    μžμœ ν˜•μ—μ„œ, νŒ”λš 빨리 μ„Έμš°κΈ°(EVF, early vertical forearm)라 λΆˆλ¦¬λŠ”, 즉 빨꿈치λ₯Ό 맀우 λ†’κ²Œ μœ μ§€ν•˜λ©΄μ„œ μ “λŠ” 것이 μ–Όλ§ˆλ‚˜ μ€‘μš”ν•œ 지 μ„€λͺ…ν•˜λŠ” 데 μˆ˜λ§Žμ€ μ‹œκ°„μ„ λ³΄λƒˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    We can take the drag reduction you get from the freestyle pulling with a high elbow .
    μžμœ ν˜•μ—μ„œ νŒ”κΏˆμΉ˜λ₯Ό λ†’κ²Œ ν•˜μ—¬ μ €μŒμœΌλ‘œμ¨ μ–»λŠ” "μ €ν•­μ˜ κ°μ†Œ"λΌλŠ” κ°œλ…μ„ λ˜‘κ°™μ΄ μ μš©ν•  수 μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    And you double that. And that's the effect that you're gonna have in butterfly.
    μ–‘νŒ”λ‘œ μ €μœΌλ‹ˆκΉŒ, "μ €ν•­μ˜ κ°μ†Œ"λŠ” 두 λ°°κ°€ λ©λ‹ˆλ‹€. λ°”λ‘œ 이 효과λ₯Ό μ ‘μ˜μ—μ„œλ„ κ°€μ Έκ°€μ•Ό ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€

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    In other words, you really want to use the same high elbow pull in fly that you do in freestyle.
    즉, μžμœ ν˜•μ—μ„œ ν•˜λŠ” 것과 λ˜‘κ°™μ΄ μ ‘μ˜μ—μ„œλ„ νŒ”κΏˆμΉ˜λ₯Ό λ†’κ²Œ ν•˜μ—¬ μ €μ–΄μ•Ό ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    And there's the same temptation because the power is greater when you pull deeper than it is when you pull shallower and wide.
    μ–•κ³  λ„“κ²Œ 저을 λ•Œλ³΄λ‹€ 깊게 저을 λ•Œ 힘이 더 ν¬λ―€λ‘œ μ ‘μ˜μ—μ„œλ„ λ˜‘ 같은 유혹이 μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    And yet the drag coefficient from the upper arms is greater, leading to slowing you down and tiring you sooner in the race.
    ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ, μœ—νŒ”μ—μ„œ μƒκΈ°λŠ” μ €ν•­κ³„μˆ˜κ°€ 더 μ»€μ„œ, λŠλ €μ§€λŠ” κ²°κ³Όκ°€ λ‚˜μ˜€κ³ , κ²½κΈ°μ—μ„œλŠ” 더 빨리 μ§€μΉ˜κ²Œ λ©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    If you pull(x) push off a wall under water with both hands extended out to the side, you come to a stop almost immediately.
    λ¬Όμ†μ—μ„œ μ–‘νŒ”μ„ μ΄λ ‡κ²Œ λ°”κΉ₯μͺ½μœΌλ‘œ ν™œμ§ 뻗은 μ±„λ‘œ 벽을 λ°€κ³  λ‚˜μ˜€λ©΄, 거의 μ¦‰μ‹œ λ©ˆμΆ”κ²Œ λ©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    That's the way you're pulling underwater with both arms almost in that same position.
    μ ‘μ˜μ—μ„œλŠ” 거의 이런 μ‹μœΌλ‘œ λ¬Όμ†μ—μ„œ μ “κ³  μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. μ–‘νŒ”μ„ 거의 같은 μœ„μΉ˜μ— λ‘κ³ μ„œ.

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    So it's extremely important to keep the elbows high pull shallow and wide.
    κ·ΈλŸ¬λ―€λ‘œ νŒ”κΏˆμΉ˜λ₯Ό λ†’κ²Œ μœ μ§€ν•˜λ©΄μ„œ μ–•κ³  λ„“κ²Œ μ “λŠ” 것이 맀우 μ€‘μš”ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    Do not let the hands get too far under the body as you complete the pull.
    λ‹ΉκΈ°κΈ°λ₯Ό 마칠 μ¦ˆμŒμ— 손이 λͺΈμ•„λž˜λ‘œ λ„ˆλ¬΄ κΉŠμˆ™νžˆ λ“€μ–΄κ°€κ²Œ ν•˜μ§€ λ§ˆμ‹­μ‹œμš”.

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    And get them out for the recovery.
    그런 ν›„ 되돌리기 μœ„ν•΄ 손을 λΊλ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    λ°€λ‘œλΌλ“œ 챠빝츼(Milorad ČaviΔ‡)
    λ―Έκ΅­μ—μ„œ νƒœμ–΄λ‚œ μ„Έλ₯΄λΉ„μ•„ μˆ˜μ˜μ„ μˆ˜

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    Now let's talk about the recovery.
    이제 λ˜λŒλ¦¬κΈ°μ— κ΄€ν•΄ 이야기해보도둝 ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    Even though that only takes a few tenths of a second, the way in which the arms are brought around on the surface is very important.
    비둝 μ‹­λΆ„μ˜ λͺ‡ μ΄ˆμ— μ§€λ‚˜μ§€ μ•Šμ§€λ§Œ, μ–‘ νŒ”μ΄ 수면 μœ„λ₯Ό λ‘˜λŸ¬ λŒμ•„κ°€λŠ” 방식은 맀우 μ€‘μš”ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    That is in fact the recovery period and arms should be very relaxed.
    사싀 λ˜λŒλ¦¬κΈ°λŠ” νšŒλ³΅ν•˜λŠ” ꡬ간이며 νŒ”μ€ μ•„μ£Ό νŽΈν•˜κ²Œ 쉬어야 ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    In order to keep the arms relaxed in recovery in fly,
    μ ‘μ˜ λ˜λŒλ¦¬κΈ°μ—μ„œ μ–‘νŒ”μ„ νŽΈν•˜κ²Œ 두렀면,

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    you have to be able to extend them backwards as far as possible,
    μ–‘νŒ”μ„ μ΅œλŒ€ν•œ λ’€λ‘œ 뻗을 수 μžˆμ–΄μ•Ό ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€,

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    let the wrists go loose.
    손λͺ©μ€ λŠμŠ¨ν•˜κ²Œ ν•˜μ—¬ λŒλ¦¬μ‹­μ‹œμš”.

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    and relax them as much as possible as they come over the water.
    손λͺ©μ΄ λ¬Ό μœ„λ‘œ 올라올 λ•Œ μ΅œλŒ€ν•œ μ‰¬κ²Œ ν•˜μ‹­μ‹œμš”.

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    always with the straight arm.
    항상 νŒ”μ€ μ­‰ λ»—μ–΄μ„œ.

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    You notice how Michael Phelps looks like he's swimming easy,
    마이클 νŽ ν”„μŠ€κ°€ μ–Όλ§ˆλ‚˜ μ‰½κ²Œ μ ‘μ˜μ„ ν•˜λŠ” κ²ƒμ²˜λŸΌ λ³΄μ΄λŠ” 지 μ•Œ κ²ƒμž…λ‹ˆλ‹€,

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    when he goes even a 100 fly in almost world record time.
    심지어 100 λ―Έν„° μ ‘μ˜μ—μ„œ 세계 신기둝에 κ°€κΉŒμš΄ μ‹œκ°„μœΌλ‘œ ν—€μ—„μΉ  λ•Œλ„.

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    00:03:23,020 –> 00:03:26,420
    It's because his recovery is relax the part you're seeing.
    그것은 μ—¬λŸ¬λΆ„μ΄ 보고 μžˆλŠ” 뢀뢄인 λ˜λŒλ¦¬κΈ°κ°€ νŽΈν•˜κ²Œ 이루어지기 λ•Œλ¬Έμž…λ‹ˆλ‹€.

    29
    00:03:26,520 –> 00:03:28,500
    Underwater it's a different story.
    λ¬Ό μ†μ—μ„œλŠ” μ „ν˜€ λ‹€λ¦…λ‹ˆλ‹€.

    30
    00:03:28,660 –> 00:03:30,560
    There he's aggressive and he's strong.
    λ¬Ό μ†μ—μ„œλŠ” 곡격적이고 κ°•ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

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    00:03:30,840 –> 00:03:34,960
    But he gets those a few tenths of second of relaxation on each stroke,
    ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ 맀번 저을 λ•Œλ§ˆλ‹€ μ‹­λΆ„μ˜ λͺ‡ 초의 μ‹œκ°„ λ™μ•ˆ νœ΄μ‹μ„ μ·¨ν•¨μœΌλ‘œμ¨,

    32
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    that make him more powerful and more able to sustain that speed through the whole race.
    κ²½κΈ° μ‹œκ°„ λ‚΄λ‚΄, 보닀 κ°•λ ₯ν•˜κ³  κ·Έ 속도λ₯Ό 보닀 더 잘 μœ μ§€ν•  수 μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

  35. The way that i do in freestyle to know if i'm doing a high elbow pull is by keeping my shoulder next to my face, but i tried to do this in butterfly and i noticed that is much harder. Is there any way to feel the high elbow pull in butterfly?

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