What is the book swim the fly about?

What is the book swim the fly about?

Summary: Matt, Sean and Cooper are best friends who have a goal for their summer vacation: seeing a woman naked in real life. But when Matt volunteers to rescue his swim team by swimming the butterfly stroke race in competitions in order to impress a girl, his focus shifts.

How many pages are in swim the fly?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780763641573
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 203,081
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.20(d)
Lexile: HL620L (what’s this?)

What genre is swim the fly?

Young adult fiction
Swim the Fly/Genres

Is swim the fly a movie?

‘Swim the Fly’ is a raucous PG-13 comedy.

What is the easiest stroke to swim?

While you are welcome to start with any stroke you like, breaststroke is typically the easiest for beginners to learn. One of the key reasons for this is that breaststroke allows you to keep your head above water at all times.

What is the hardest swimming move?

Butterfly expends the most energy of the three, and is usually considered the hardest stroke by those endeavoring to master it.

  • The Elusive Butterfly. Swimming butterfly uses 27 different muscles.
  • Free the Butterfly.
  • Avoid Butterfly Kisses – Just Breathe the Air.
  • Become an Iron Butterfly.

How do you swim a 100 fly without getting tired?

5 Tips for swimming butterfly without getting tired.

  1. Master your butterfly swimming technique to reduce resistance and conserve energy.
  2. Use a strong kick to set your rhythm.
  3. Take deep and controlled breaths to fuel muscles with oxygen and to keep relaxed.
  4. Swim at a controlled pace with a race plan in mind.

Is it better to breathe every stroke in Butterfly?

Coaches tell swimmers they shouldn’t breathe every stroke—and you shouldn’t, unless you’re Michael Phelps—but it’s not like they don’t want you to breathe. It’s that they want you to have a proper body position. When beginners breathe, they tend to bring their head too high out of the water.

What is the easiest stroke to swim Why?

Breaststroke. The breaststroke is arguably the easiest swimming stroke for any beginner. Because you keep your head out of the water, you may feel most comfortable starting with this basic stroke.