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Dolphin Kick

dol*phin kick

What Is The Definition Of Dolphin Kick In Swimming?

1. This is a type of kick where the legs and feet remain together and the hips are used to create an undulating motion in the lower half of the body. The feet remain pointed to help create propulsion through the water. This motion is most recognizable in the butterfly stroke, though it is often used after underwater turns as well.

Examples Of How Dolphin Kick Is Used In Commentary

1. Lochte pushes off the wall and shows off his impressive dolphin kick, staying underwater as long as possible before coming up and overtaking the lead.

Sports The Term Is Used

1. Swimming

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