Swimmer Kicks Instructions
- Start by lying on your back in the water with your arms at your sides.
- Begin kicking your legs in a flutter kick motion, keeping them straight and close together.
- As you kick, keep your head and shoulders relaxed and your face in the water.
- Continue kicking for a set amount of time or distance, or until you feel fatigued.
- To increase the difficulty, you can add a kickboard or hold your arms above your head while kicking.
- Remember to breathe regularly and maintain a steady pace throughout the exercise.
Swimmer Kicks Form & Visual
Swimmer Kicks Benefits
- Improves agility and footwork
- Increases speed and acceleration
- Enhances coordination and balance
- Develops reaction time and quick decision-making skills
- Targets multiple muscle groups, including the legs, core, and upper body
- Can be modified for different skill levels and sports
- Provides a challenging cardiovascular workout
Swimmer Kicks Muscles Worked
- Abdominal muscles
- Lower back muscles
- Gluteal muscles
- Hamstring muscles
- Quadricep muscles
- Calf muscles
Swimmer Kicks Variations & Alternatives
- Swimmer kicks with a kickboard
- Swimmer kicks with a pull buoy
- Swimmer kicks with arms extended overhead
- Swimmer kicks with a resistance band
- Swimmer kicks with ankle weights