Butterfly swimming technique. How to swim butterfly. Beginner | Swim tutorial

Butterfly swimming technique. How to swim butterfly. Beginner | Swim tutorial


Do you want to learn the coolest stroke to
watch and the most difficult to swim? Master these four skills to swim butterfly
correctly. The most essential part of the stroke is the
butterfly kick. This is a valuable skill to learn because
it will also help you keep the momentum of the turn by doing underwater kick. It might seem complicated to move your body
like that but once you break it down is not that difficult. The whole movement of the kick actually begins
with your core muscles, but to make things simpler, think about it this way. The main thing is moving your hips up and
down, that is it. This movement will create a whiplash effect
that will help move the legs. Try keeping your legs straight, specially
while going up, and just bend your knees a little while going down. Practice this movement, hips up, hips down. Once you dominate this movement it’s time
to slowly incorporate the arms. Continue kicking but now use one arm like
in freestyle while breathing to the front instead of to the side. After you get comfortable with this now do
one time one arm, then the other and then both! Don’t forget to use your kick along with
your arms to push your upper body in order to breathe. The breath should be quick. Your head should be in the water before your
arms. The recovery of your arms should come from
the side. Now practice doing the whole thing, Do one
kick to push your upper body up and then one smaller kick to position yourself for the
next stroke. Bonus drill! If you want to swim more efficiently, practice
doing this drill and focus on propelling yourself forward instead of up. Get your head above the water just enough
to breathe. Thanks for watching! Swim fast!

34 thoughts on “Butterfly swimming technique. How to swim butterfly. Beginner | Swim tutorial

  • September 8, 2016 at 1:24 am
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    Great! Im always happy when I see that you upload a new video! I will try this drills ASAP!

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  • September 8, 2016 at 1:28 am
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    I tried butterfly for the first time two days ago – so this video is perfect timing! 😀

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  • September 8, 2016 at 2:41 pm
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    감사합니다

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  • September 9, 2016 at 8:30 am
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    Do you want to learn the coolest stroke to watch and the most difficult to swim?
    가장 어렵지만 가장 멋있는 영법을 배우고 싶으신가요?

    2
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    Master these four skills to swim butterfly correctly.
    접영을 정확하게 구사하고 싶다면 다음 네 가지 기술을 숙달하십시요.

    3
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    1 – Butterfly kick
    2 – One arm butterfly
    3 – 1*1*2
    4 – Full butterfly
    1 – 접영 차기
    2 – 한팔 접영
    3 – 1*1*2
    4 – 온전한 접영

    4
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    The most essential part of the stroke is the butterfly kick.
    이 영법에 있어 가장 본질적인 부분은 "접영 차기"(butterfly kick)입니다.

    5
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    This is a valuable skill to learn because it will also help you keep the momentum of the turn by doing underwater kick.
    또한 벽되돌기(turn)를 한 후에 물속 차기를 함으로써 벽을 밀고 나오는 속도를 유지하는 데 도움이 되므로, "접영 차기"는 배울만한 가치가 있는 기술입니다.

    6
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    It might seem complicated to move your body like that.
    몸을 이런 식으로 움직이는 것이 어려운 것처럼 보입니다.

    7
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    But once you break it down, it is not that difficult.
    하지만 일단 그것을 극복하고나면, 그렇게 어렵지는 않습니다.

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    The whole movement of the kick actually begins with your core muscles.
    차기의 전체적인 움직임은 실제로는 운동중심부 근육으로부터 시작합니다.

    9
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    But to make things simpler, think about it this way.
    하지만 쉽게 이해하기 위해, 이런 식으로 생각해보십시요.

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    The main thing is moving your hips up and down. That's it.
    중요한 것은 엉덩이를 위아래로 움직이는 것입니다. 바로 그것이죠.

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    This movement will create a whiplash effect that will help move the legs.
    이 움직임을 통해, 두 다리를 쉽게 움직이는 채찍끈 효과가 일어납니다.

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    Try keeping your legs straight, especially while going up.
    두다리를 굽히지 않으려고 노력하십시요, 특히 엉덩이가 위로 올라갈 때에.

    13
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    And just bend your knees a little while going down.
    엉덩이가 내려올 때는 무릎을 아주 약간만 굽히세요.

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    Practice this movement.
    이 움직임을 연습하세요.

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    Hips up! Hips down!
    엉덩이 위로! 엉덩이 아래로!

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    2 – One arm butterfly
    2 – 한팔 접영

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    Once you dominate the kick, it's time to slowly incorporate the arms.
    접영 차기를 숙달하고 난 다음에는, 이제 서서히 팔젓기 동작을 같이 결합하여야 합니다.

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    Continue kicking. But now use one arm like in freestyle, while breathing to the front instead of to the side.
    접영 차기를 계속하십시요. 하지만 이번에는, 자유형에서 하는 것처럼 한팔을 사용하세요, 숨쉬기는 옆으로 하지 말고 앞으로 하면서.

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    After you get comfortable with this, do 1 time 1 arm, then the other, and then both!
    한팔 접영이 익숙해지고 난 다음에는, 1-1-2 접영을 하세요. 한번은 한쪽팔, 그 다음은 반대쪽 팔, 그 다음은 양팔!

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    Don't forget to use your kick along with your arms to push your upper body in order to breathe.
    숨쉬기 위해 상체를 밀어 올릴 때, 팔과 더불어 접영 차기를 하는 것을 잊지마세요.

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    The breath should be quick.
    호흡은 신속해야 합니다.

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    Your head should be in the water before your arms.
    머리는 팔보다 먼저 물속으로 들어가야 합니다.

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    The recovery of your arms should come from the side.
    팔 되돌리기는 옆에서 부터 해와야 합니다.

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    Now practice doing the whole thing.
    자 이제 전체를 다 하는 것을 연습하겠습니다.

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    Do one kick to push your upper body.
    접영차기 한 번 하면서 상체를 밀고.

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    And then one smaller kick to position yourself for the next stroke.
    그 다음에는, 좀 더 작은 접영차기를 통해, 다음 팔젓기를 위한 자세를 만듭니다.

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    Bonus drill!
    보너스 훈련법!

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    If you want to swim more efficiently, practice doing this drill.
    접영을 더 효율적으로 하고 싶다면, 이 부분훈련을 연습하세요.

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    And focus on propelling yourself forward instead of up.
    이 때 자신의 몸을 위가 아니라 앞을 향해 밀어내는 데에 집중하십시요.

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    Get your head above the water just enough to breathe.
    머리는 숨쉬기에 딱 적당할 정도로만 수면 위로 나오게 하십시요.

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    Thanks for watching! Swim fast!
    시청해주셔서 감사합니다! 빠르게 헤엄치세요!

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  • September 9, 2016 at 8:39 am
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    How to swim butterfly. Swimming technique. Beginner
    접영하는 법. 수영 기술. 초보자
    Skills NT

    게시일: 2016. 9. 7.
    Master these four skills to swim butterfly correctly.
    다음 네 가지 기술을 숙달해서 접영을 올바르게 하십시요.

    Skill 1 – kick
    The most essential part of the stroke is the butterfly kick.
    The main thing is moving your hips up and down, that is it.
    기술 1 – 접영 차기
    이 영법의 가장 본질적인 부분은 접영 차기입니다.
    중요한 것은 엉덩이를 위아래로 움직이는 것입니다. 바로 그것이죠.

    Skill 2- one arm butterfly
    Once you dominate the kick it’s time to slowly incorporate the arms.
    기술 2 – 한팔 접영
    접영 차기를 숙달하고 난 다음에는, 이제 서서히 팔젓기 동작을 같이 결합하여야 합니다.

    Skill 3- 1-1-2
    After you get comfortable with this now do one time one arm, then the other and then both!
    기술 3 – 1-1-2
    한팔 접영이 익숙해지고 난 다음에는, 1-1-2 접영을 하세요. 한번은 한쪽팔, 그 다음은 반대쪽 팔, 그 다음은 양팔!

    Skill 4 – butterfly!
    The breath should be quick. Your head should be in the water before your arms.
    기술 4 – 접영!
    호흡은 신속해야 합니다. 머리는 팔보다 먼저 물속으로 들어가야 합니다.

    Thanks for watching!
    Swim fast!
    시청해주셔서 감사합니다!
    빠르게 헤엄치세요!

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    "Chill Wave" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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    These tips and techniques will work best to help you improve dramatically your stroke if you do two things:
    1- Focus on one thing at a time
    2- Practice until you dominate that thing and move to the next.
    당신의 영법을 극적으로 향상시키는 데에, 이 비결과 기법들이 가장 효과적으로 적용되게 하려면, 다음 두 가지를 실천하십시요:
    1 – 한 번에 한 가지에만 집중하십시요.
    2 – 그 한가지를 완벽하게 할 수 있을 때까지 연습하십시요. 그런 후에야 다음 단계로 넘어가십시요.

    I swam for 15 years in the competitive arena and I hope I can transmit my knowledge as clearly and simple as youtube allows me to. I plan on doing a couple of these to spread the knowledge I have acquired on swimming.
    저는 경영 무대에서 15년을 수영해왔습니다. 유튜브가 허락하는 한 명료하고 투명하게, 제 지식을 전달할 수 있기를 바랍니다. 수영에 관하여 제가 습득한 지식을 퍼뜨리기 위해 몇가지를 계획하고 있습니다

    Finally, what I am really passionate about is learning new skills. So the point of this channel is to spread the intrinsic joy that all humans share when we learn something new, doesn't matter how insignificant it might appear. I believe improvement makes us feel more alive and thus, if done right, make a better world.
    마지막으로, 제가 정말 열정을 갖고 있는 것은 새로운 기술을 배우는 것입니다. 그러므로 이 채널의 목적은, 그것이 비록 하찮은 것처럼 보일지라도, 새로운 것을 배울 때 모든 사람이 공통적으로 느끼는, 본질적인 기쁨을 퍼뜨리는 것입니다. 저는, 우리가 발전함으로써 살아있음을 좀 더 잘 느낄 수 있게 되고, 그럼으로써, 올바르게 행해진다면, 더 나은 세상을 만드는데 유용하다고, 믿습니다

    So if you enjoy learning new things, swimming, dancing, drawing and other skills this channel is for you! So make sure to subscribe, watch, learn, practice and enjoy!
    그러므로, 당신이 수영, 춤, 그림, 그리 다른 것들에 관해 새로운 것 배우기를 즐겨한다면, 이 채널은 바로 당신을 위한 것입니다! 그러므로 반드시 구독 버튼을 누르셔서, 보고, 배우고, 연습하고, 즐기시기 바랍니다!

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  • September 10, 2016 at 4:57 pm
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    Thanks! You make great videos!

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  • September 30, 2016 at 10:03 pm
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    Hi guys. Any suggestions on how to spend less energy in fly? Can swim rather fast 25 or 50m, but finishing 100 is already a huge struggle. However, I can kick with the board for quite a lot. But adding arm strokes kills me in about 30 seconds…

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  • October 11, 2016 at 1:44 am
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    What about when you're teaching your kids? How's the leg actions? I get to see they bent their knees too much. Any help?

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  • October 13, 2016 at 10:06 pm
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    Perfect!! just what I was looking!

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  • October 16, 2016 at 11:35 pm
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    my favorite strokes are the Backstroke,Breaststroke,Butterfly and Sidestroke!!

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  • November 1, 2016 at 8:27 am
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    The bonus drill is not easy to get the moment to break out water QQ thanks for your videos, swim fast!

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  • November 1, 2016 at 11:18 am
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    Underwater is not a stroke and I love butterfly

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  • December 22, 2016 at 4:26 pm
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    Nice Video.

    Context: I am an adult, learning butterfly for the first time. Needless to say, it needs LOT of practice compared to kids. I am quite comfortable (though not perfect) with wiggles/dolphin kick. I am getting comfortable with butterfly arm stroke (pull, recovery with arms above the water, face in first, etc) with a FREESTYLE KICK. But, when I try to put the butterfly stroke together, I am messing up with the timing. As a result, I do only one stroke cycle some times able to take that one breathe. sometimes not and I stop.

    When I say timing, I see two things – Timing for the breathe (which is when the arms start to come out of the water on the sides) and the timing between the kicks and the arms (where I am messing with).

    Now, the question is – What should the legs/hips be doing (upbeat/downbeat part of the FIRST/SECOND kick precisely)

    a. When you begin your arm stroke
    b. When you take a breathe
    c. When you recover and stretch it forward

    In other words, when to do the first kick and when to do the second kick and what should the arms be doing during those kicks?

    A response is much appreciated. Thank you.

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  • January 14, 2017 at 5:42 am
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    Great video! I love how you're always on task!

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  • February 8, 2017 at 10:48 am
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    I have to do a very quick crash course on butterfly, because I got my school's swimming carnival just next Tuesday and I have just been told i'm doing  butterfly in D division (wipes sweat off brow), but I don't really know how to do butterfly properly. My other strokes are fine, but butterfly… I need tonnes of work to do. Wish me luck!

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  • March 9, 2017 at 3:47 am
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    Excelente! He mejorado gracias a estos consejos, recomiendo los ejercicios. Pregunta: ¿cómo es la trayectoria de las manos que recomiendan? He visto la "ojo de cerradura" y "reloj de arena" pero en los vídeos no parece que lo hagan así. Gran trabajo, sigan así! Gracias!

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  • March 27, 2017 at 11:19 am
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    dolfin kick?

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  • April 13, 2017 at 5:21 am
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    Nice. Thanks for the four-skill breakdown suggestion. I'm going to try that!!

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  • June 13, 2017 at 4:57 pm
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    I'm 60 years old and swim in the pool 2 miles every other day, off days in the gym I'm getting ready for this stroke, thanks!

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  • July 28, 2017 at 4:48 pm
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    I tried last night at the pool and its freaking hard to execute the up and down of hips.

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  • August 17, 2017 at 10:20 am
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    can i learn faster butterfly with my fins on?

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  • August 20, 2017 at 7:33 pm
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    what type of accent do u have?

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  • January 31, 2018 at 10:47 am
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    As a a swimming teacher I was taught never teach fly kick with a float of any kind, do any other professionals or club swimmers have a different oppiontion and why?

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  • May 7, 2018 at 4:45 pm
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    We have a 10 workout program available now. It is focused on short freestyle training. It will help you gain speed and also put in practice a good freestyle technique. Click here to learn more about it: https://skillswimming.com/swordfish/

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  • May 28, 2018 at 1:09 am
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    Swim fast! 라는 말을 fast 하게 말하지않아서 eh? 했다는 … 힘내요 감사해요:-)

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  • June 7, 2018 at 3:15 pm
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    Thanx bro

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  • June 26, 2018 at 5:34 pm
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    For some reasone I push water into my mouth with my arms… TT__TT

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  • July 18, 2018 at 11:50 am
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    Best swimming coach channel

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  • August 23, 2018 at 3:43 pm
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    What is this stroke

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  • February 25, 2019 at 4:51 pm
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    Awesome channel

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  • March 4, 2019 at 1:29 pm
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    I am having a difficult time floating on water and doing this 🙁

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  • May 10, 2019 at 7:42 am
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    I definitely prefer butterfly over freestyle.

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  • July 5, 2019 at 12:43 am
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    I love the one-arm idea. I'm going to try that tomorrow! 😀

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  • August 30, 2019 at 2:58 pm
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    Thanks

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