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How to Breathe While Swimming

Round 4: Week 6

Side breathing

This video is about Breathing Patterns.

This video will teach you about different style of breathing patterns while you swim. Learning different ways to breathe air while swimming is very important skill. Jonny Nitro combines his swim coaching expertise with his creativity and sense of humor to design these videos. All are welcome! Sharing is encouraged 🙂

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26 thoughts on “How to Breathe While Swimming

  1. Ambassadors of our channel will receive a free t-shirt and be included in an email chain with the creators for direct access to their expert knowledge and answers to all your questions!

  2. I keep swimming until I can’t hold my breath anymore. Slowly learned to exhale through mouth/nose (easier to do nose for me, aunt told me to do by mouth) but hard to properly come back up for water .. always have to stand up after an attempt

  3. Welcome to Nitro Swimming everyone. If you are new to swimming, and want to learn swimming, do watch our adult beginner lessons

    Swimming is a great workout because you need to move your whole body against the resistance of the water.

    • keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off your body

    • builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness

    • helps maintain a healthy weight, healthy heart and lungs

    • tones muscles and builds strength

    • provides an all-over body workout, as nearly all of your muscles are used during swimming.

    Swimming has many other benefits including:

    • being a relaxing and peaceful form of exercise

    • alleviating stress

    • improving coordination, balance and posture

    • improving flexibility

    • providing good low-impact therapy for some injuries and conditions

    • providing a pleasant way to cool down on a hot day

    • being available in many places – you can swim in swimming pools, beaches, lakes, dams
    • and rivers. Make sure that the environment you choose to swim in is safe.

  4. We have swimming classes as PE and our professor taught us breathing by 4's and i have a problem keeping up with it

  5. I know how to do this, but sometimes i move franaticly and swallow some water, but other than that, this video acsualy helped me 👍

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