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1(estilo) pecho masculine Latin Americabraza feminine Spaincan you do the breaststroke? — ¿sabes nadar a braza? Spain
- Jackie, you're so good at the other strokes like crawl, backstroke, and breaststroke.
- Swim the breaststroke for 45 minutes.
- The water seemed to suck at me as I crossed the pool, alternating between the breaststroke and crawl.
- The pull-up develops the muscles needed in all forms of swimming, especially the breaststroke and butterfly.
- I walked away, mentally praising myself for putting in those long hours working on my breaststroke kick.
- The guy really does have it all - girlfriend, popularity, and university scouts drooling over his breaststroke.
- She was far ahead and only getting farther away, every perfect breaststroke, a razor through silk.
- It's the rotator muscle that provides power during breaststroke and freestyle kicking.
- I had no problem with breaststroke, because it was my favorite stroke.
- When I recovered, I headed at a fast breaststroke towards the side, but I got a side cramp.
- There were individual medleys, as well as backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle events.
- You can also do breaststroke if you can't do freestyle, but keep that at a high pace.
- Swimmers are taught the strokes used for competitions; the front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly.
- If you lose your flow or become disoriented, don't start doing the breaststroke, and definitely don't let yourself go vertical.
- The man's breaststroke has become unsynchronised, his arms and legs contradict.
- Moses swam for five cold months - breaststroke, crawl and free form.
- Subjects were also asked about their training, including their weekly distance of breaststroke swimming and kicking.
- The strokes allowed are freestyle, breaststroke, and sidestroke.
- Cheryl, already in her breaststroke, yelled too.
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