What Is Sculling in Swimming?


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.
Q&A Related to "What Is Sculling in Swimming"
Front Sculling is when you float in the water while doing a back-and-forth movement with your hands and forearms.
It's where you have your feet pointed in the direction you want to go and you have your arms either at your side or above your head. You do small left and right motions with your
scull: propel with sculls
Swimming is undeniably the best sport to engage in. You use every muscle when you swim and cause no injuries to those muscles because you are literally 'cushioning' your muscles in
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