Butterfly Biondi | Improving the Timing of Butterfly Breathing | Propulsion Swimming

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This week’s video from Propulsion Swimming is a butterfly tutorial on a drill called Biondi. This swim drill is a fun and effective way to learn the butterfly swimming technique and one of the best butterfly drills for competitive swimmers.

Biondi is a butterfly drill named after American swimmer, 11-time Olympic medallist and former world record holder, Matt Biondi.

Anchoring your forearms is one of the main aims of swimming butterfly. This improves your fly technique and gets you to know how to enhance your powerful butterfly swimming.

As well as the arm pull, the butterfly kick is also very important. Having a strong dolphin kick and a good dolphin kick technique will help greatly with your butterfly swimming and will improve your butterfly technique very quickly.

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