Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe is an Experienced Swimming Instructor

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Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe is a skilled swimming instructor with over a decade of experience. He is a talented swimmer and holds certification for all levels of swimming. He has knowledge of different swimming strokes, including the front crawl, backstroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, and sidestroke. He helps the students in improving the front crawl technique in different ways.

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Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe is an Experienced Swimming Instructor

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Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe is a skilled swimming instructor with over a decade of experience. He is a talented swimmer and holds certification for all levels of swimming. Since 2011, he is a member of a swimming club in Nevada and visits the club daily to encourage the students who learn swimming. For him, swimming is a form of exercise that builds endurance and strengthens muscles.

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He creates a positive environment while delivering swimming lessons to the students. He understands the fact that all the students have different ability, so he teaches them accordingly. He behaves friendly with the students so that they do not hesitate in discussing their mistakes and learn the right swimming techniques. For correcting the mistakes, he is always ready to work for long hours and provide classes on weekends too.

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He has knowledge of different swimming strokes, including the front crawl, backstroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, and sidestroke. He helps the students in improving the front crawl technique in different ways. He advises the students to keep their stomach flat and level to support the lower back. According to him, one should keep the head and spine still and relaxed, rotate shoulders and not hips to generate the momentum through water.

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While teaching front crawl technique, he advises the students to keep the legs close together with ankles relaxed and in a continuous motion. He says the more kicks per cycle results in creating more energy. Meanwhile, for proper breathing, one side of the face should remain in the water and the other side can be stretched for clear breathing.

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Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe suggests to approach the wall by taking your body into a tuck position, bending at the hips and knees. One should push the arms in front of the head, squeeze the ears, with the hands one on top of each other and twist back to the front while moving forward.

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Thank You Christopher Okeaz Ikeakhe

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