2. Flight: We look for maintaining the secured height the maximum possible time with the body in tension. For this, we keep the low head and the arms stretched with the hands stuck, placing one on another one.
The arms press the head, right on the ears. Also we tightened the legs to each other, and we maintain the feet extended. Our body is tense and in a position that occupies its maximum length.
3. Entrance in the water: This tension is necessary to maintain it to enter in the water well. It is necessary to try to enter the water in the smaller possible space, avoiding to drop a clanger, aside from sprinkling much water and leaving us the gut red, restrain us in dry and so there is no sliding.
The idea can help us to introduce ourselves by a hoop totally, trying to splash less possible. It is important to maintain the tension in the body at any moment to enter totally straight.
If there is no tension, we run the risk of flexing separating the legs, among other things, what it can restrain us.
On the other hand, it is important to maintain the chin stuck to the neck to avoid us that the glasses can be cleared, or that water can enter inside them by the direct pressure of the water on the face.
4. Sliding: Within the water, we must avoid sinking us excessively, and it is necessary to look for the sliding forwards.
The impulse is necessary to take advantage of maintaining the position. If we tried to give some movement of the arms, it can restrain in dry. It is not necessary to begin to swim until we do not understand that we restrained.
We are finishing the analysis of the technique. This gesture is quite complex, and it involves certain risks if it is not executed well and wisely. For that reason, more ahead we will speak how to learn it.