By Cecil Colwin
''In leap forward Swimming, swimming trainer and historian Cecil Colwin describes how aggressive swimmers of the fashionable period - corresponding to swimming giants Ian Thorpe and furnish Hackett - observe cutting edge education tools and stroke concepts to set new criteria of functionality. All 4 strokes in addition to begins and turns are provided in thorough aspect in Colwin's easy-to-grasp educational style.''--BOOK JACKET.
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His text describes, for the first time in the literature, the differences in timing with the total stroke when using a wide knee-spread kick, as well as the timing to be used in the narrow kneespread kick. 19 Breaststroke in the 1930s featured a more downward arm movement. Influenced by the way the breaststroke kick was used in the new butterfly-breaststroke, the kick also became narrower when swimming the orthodox breaststroke. From Armbruster 1942. Bela Rajki (1956) described a fully stretched body position that formed a slight angle with the water surface.
It was not until 1977, when Dr. James E. “Doc” Counsilman published photographs of this timing in his Competitive Swimming Manual (1977, p. 164) that this point was mentioned again in the literature. ” However, modern swimmers are not taught to time their leg kicks with the arm stroke, but rather to allow their legs to find their own natural counterbalancing action. 22 Breakthrough Swimming The Japanese Crawl in the 1930s The victorious Japanese at the 1932 and 1936 Olympic Games introduced a method of crawl swimming eminently suited to their shorter stature, flexible bodies, short arms, and naturally strong leg drives.
The rest is history (Carlile 1963, p. 133). ” Sullivan retells the story told by Louis de B. Handley, an American authority on swimming. Tums Cavill raced Syd Davis over 33 yards with his legs tied and won. Then Cavill and Davis raced again, only this time Cavill’s legs were untied. Davis won the second race. Dick Cavill, Tums’s brother, couldn’t believe what he saw. After a few private time trials, Dick was convinced that his brother really could sprint faster without using his legs. Dick reasoned that when properly applied every ounce of power must increase speed; therefore, the scissors kick was radically wrong.