Breathing is a technical point that cost and should work. You must be relaxed, rhythmic breathing to avoid fatigue and improve on our stroke mechanics.
It is divided into two stages: inhalation and exhalation. Inspiration must be very fast so you do not alter the horizontal posture and balance of the swim. Depending on the swim, becomes either side way, crawl, or forward if it is any of the three remaining styles. The inspiration is to be effective it is necessary, first and foremost, deeply expelling all air in the lungs. Hence, the exhalation should be longer and deeper than inspiration. Finally, breathing must be in perfect coordination with the movements of the arms and legs to ensure the stability of the swim.
Determine which side breathing depends on individual preference, and many experts believe that swimmers should be capable of breathing bilaterally. Breathe on the side that breathes, the head should rotate within the wave created by the head during the momentum forward. The space generated by the wave will give us more time to inspire…
I’d like to give you some tips:
If you breathe bilaterally, I advise you to inspire every three strokes; While right arm begins recovery, take advantage of the rolling of the body and begin to turn the collar clockwise.
When the right arm out of the water, turning the head completely to inspire.
Return to turn the head to the Center and exhale when the right arm over the recovery.
Keep your head submerged and gradually exhale through a complete cycle of brazada right and left, then inspire to the left when the recovery begins.
You should also know that, as I said before, depending on the style, breathing will be different. For example, in the crawl, the breath is the most complicated control 4 styles that requires us to turn left head alternately right and this although it may not seem it, can affect the balance of the swimming. The air intake must be quick and done at the end of the arm push. The head must be placed in the extension of the body as soon as possible. It is not necessary to remove the face of the water completely, just bring the jaw to the surface to be able to inspire.
Exhalation is also long, continuous and complete and starts as soon as the head returns to dive. Breathing cycles vary in function of swimming and the length of the race that made. The inspiration is usually done every three movements of alternating right and left arms. Some prefer to increase their cycles to maintain better posture in favor of balance and reinforcement.
The air intake must be quick and done at the end of the arm push.
In breaststroke the inspiration begins as soon as the arms have completed its phase of traction. The head emerges looking straight ahead. It should be through the mouth and be brief so that the head can regain its position as soon as possible. It is made in each breaststroke movement. Exhalation is made simultaneously by the mouth and nose as soon as the head is submerged. It should be long and continuous.
In breaststroke the inspiration begins as soon as the arms have completed its phase of traction.
In Butterfly exhalation, as in breaststroke, begins when the head is submerged in the water. It is long and continuous and is done through the nose and mouth at the same time. Inspiration is also as in the breaststroke, is front and needs to be rapid and effective. Chin should not be out of the water to disturb as little as possible the balance of the swimming and the horizontal position. This inspiration is made at the beginning of the phase of the air return of the arms. The head should be placed in the extension of the body until arms have become completely forward.
Always aiming to retain the position more possible aerodynamics, breathing only be every two movements of arms.
In Butterfly exhalation, as in breaststroke, begins when the head is submerged in the water.
Last comment, as already supondrás you, in the form of back is easier to control the breathing since you don’t have any particular movement by the head and not destabilize the balance of the swim. However there are to observe certain rules to properly oxygenate their muscles during exertion. The exhalation phase should be as long as the inspiration phase. To not hyperventilate, it is preferable that each last two movements of arms. The Exhalation must always be complete so the following inspiration more effective and provide the maximum amount of oxygen to the body.
I hope these tips you have been of help.
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