What Is Sculling in Swimming?

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Sculling in swimming is a swimming technique that involves a back-and-forth movement of hands and forearms to provide almost steady propulsion. It is one of the most important swimming skills that provide the aptitude to hang on to the water at almost every stage of the pull.
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Sculling is when you move your arms in a swishing motion at your side. Your fingers should stay together if you want a harder workout and vice versa if you want an easier work out.
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Start in a good back layout. While on your back on the surface of the water, keep your head back, hips up and toes pointed and dry. With your hands by your hips, flex your wrists
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hey im on the swim team and boy oh boy this can be a little hard to learn with out actuially seeing it so watch these videos and. you dont have to get wet to see them for yourself
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Sculling and Sculling are easy back and forth motion
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