ตอบกลับโดย Pat เมื่อ 05/11/2009 เวลา 11:37am
1. Be careful, you might drown.
2. Can you hold your breath under the water?
3. ท่ากบ = Breaststroke, ท่ากรรเชียง = Backstroke, ท่าผีเสื้อ = Butterfly, ลูกหมาตกน้ำ = Dog paddle, Freestyle = Front crawl, ท่าช่วยชีวิตที่ว่ายด้านข้าง = Sidestroke
4. (Back) Float in the water.
5. Swimming boards or kickboards, Float ring or Ring float. Pool edge.
6. Choking water.
7. You can't breath under the water.
8. The water get in(to) my eyes/ears.
9. Swim caps = หมวกว่ายน้ำ, Goggles = แว่นตาว่ายน้ำ, กางเกงว่ายน้ำ = swimming trunks, swimming briefs, swimming short.
10. Kicking action. The leg movement in freestyle is called the flutter kick. The legs move alternately, with one leg kicking downward while the other leg moves upward. While the legs provide only a small part of the overall speed, they are important to stabilize the body position. This lack of balance is apparent when using a pull buoy to neutralize the leg action.
เอามือว่ายน้ำด้วย = pull your arms ไปถามคุณตงในคลิปน้องปันปันว่ายน้ำมาค่ะ
How to Swim the Freestyle Stroke
Step 1 Visualize a line running down the center of your body from your chin to your chest. This line is the axis upon which your whole body should pivot, and it should extend horizontally in the direction you are swimming.
Step 2 Keep your legs straight, but not rigid, with your toes pointed out, and kick up and down. Continue kicking the entire time.
Step 3 Move your arms in a windmill motion opposite each other. While one arm is extended completely out, the other should be all the way back, almost against the side of your body.
Step 4 Keep your hands flat, thumb separated from the index finger and pull the extended arm through the water beneath your body. Bend your arm at the elbow and draw your fingertips along the imaginary line down the center of your body.
Step 5 Lift your other arm out of the water and move it all the way forward as the first arm is pulling beneath you. Bend at the elbow and drag your fingertips along the surface of the water. Penetrate the water with your fingertips and completely extend the arm.
Step 6 Breathe on one side by turning your head to that side as the arm comes out of the water.