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Swimming is the movement of the body through water using arms and legs. Most of the time equipment is not used. People swim for exercise, for fun,  and as a sport. People can swim in the sea, swimming pools, rivers and lakes. There are several styles of swimming, known as "strokes", including: breaststroke, freestyle, butterfly, and backstroke are some of them. Many schools use swimming as a physical training exercise.

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Style

There are several styles in swimming. Some of them are: 

  • Front crawl: Fastest and most efficient technique; also called freestyle, because swimmers use it in freestyle events.
  • Backstroke: Only stroke that is swum on the back with the swimmer looking up; uses the same flutter kick as crawl.
  • Breaststroke: One of the easiest and most relaxing strokes for novices; competitive swimmers find it difficult because it uses more energy when swum at a fast pace.
  • Butterfly: Powerful and fast; relies on good technique; uses the dolphin kick; the hardest and least popular stroke.

Equipment

Sometimes equipment is used when swimming, and can include:

  • Fins: rubber or plastic and are worn on the foot.
  • Kickboard: keeps the upper body afloat; allows the swimmer to concentrate on kicking correctly
  • Pull buoy: foam float that swimmers hold between their thighs to keep the lower body high and flat; helps to learn the arm & upper body movements

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