WHAT IS SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING?

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    Synchronized Swimming, also called Artistic Swimming, is a water sport where athletes perform synchronized dance routines to background music, while they are floating in water. The objective of the sport is to ensure all members of the team make the exact same movements which also flawlessly blend with the music, without their legs ever touching the floor.

     

    The first synchronized swimming competitions took place in Berlin in 1891 and London in 1892. Contests were originally solely for men but it was soon recognized that artistic swimming was better fitted to women who were overall more buoyant, in particular in the legs. The major influence on pushing synchronized swimming to be recognized as a sport came from Canada.

     

    Synchronized swimming is a water ballet. Choreographed movements in the water that must be performed. It combines swimming ability, flexibility, strength and creativity.

     

    Synchronized Swimmers do not touch the bottom of the pool. During the performance, while swimmers are completing gravity-defying moves, they are not touching the bottom of the pool. They practice and compete in at least 9 feet of water or deeper. They do all of this while lifting each other up as well.

     

    Swimmers commonly hold their breath underwater for around a minute, but sometimes between two to three minutes.

     

    Therefore, synchronized swimming is 야한동영상 dangerous whether in the pool or not. The kick of the head is so serious for all the swimmers because it gave a head trauma. And also you can wear proper equipment or gear to protect yourself.

     
    Synchronized swimming is 'running a marathon holding your breath