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Foot size has nothing to do with your power. In freestyle, your kick power is a ton of your propulsion; it's not all about the pull. Two things might help here:1a) Time yourself on 2 x 100's
Photo by gabyuSwimming laps at the pool is a great workout, but how do you track how far you have gone? Especially when swimming laps continuously without breaks, it can become very easy to forget which lap that you are on and to get your count messe
My daughter is 7. She loves swimming and joined a proper club about 6 months ago. She has also continued taking lessons with her brother who is a little behind her, just because she enjoys it
Let’s get out of the blocks straight away, with our fast-twitch fibres blazing; on the ‘B’ of the bang, as Colin Jackson once put it! There are more than 250 million muscle fibres in our bodies and more than 430 muscles that we can control voluntaril
First is the standard bend straight down and touch you're toes stretch. Bend at your waist and reach to your toes. Be sure to keep your back as straight as possible while you do this
I noticed that a lot of training plans have you running most every day with a day or 2 off at different intervals. Why is this? I am currently training for a half marathon. If I run on Sunday (6
The problem is you're trying to detect key presses in FixedUpdate() instead of Update(). GetKeyDown() is only true on the one game frame where the key is first registered as down. Update() is run for every frame, where FixedUpdate() runs at a fixed r
With your action, go back to whatever feels natural. Don't think about what your doing too much just bowl, you'll need to practice it for a while to get it consistent. For your run up, I'd experiment to find something that works for you
Tom, First I'd like to clear up some misconceptions you might have about the NTRP rating scale and where players (and teaching pros) fall on that scale. The skill level of your local tennis pro or instructor can vary greatly. Some tennis pros are for
Tom, First I'd like to clear up some misconceptions you might have about the NTRP rating scale and where players (and teaching pros) fall on that scale. The skill level of your local tennis pro or instructor can vary greatly. Some tennis pros are for