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HOW TO SWIM IN 10 LESSONS...
Lesson Nº 1: Try to keep your body floating.
Lesson Nº 2: Do not loose balance.
Lección Nº 3: Stretch well, so new steps can be added.
Lección Nº 4: Do not reject help.
Lección Nº 5: Get out of the water from time to time to avoid cramping.
Lesson Nº 6: Practice flexing your legs to get better push.
Lesson Nº 7: “Swimming is distressful...”
Lesson Nº 8: Try, try, try....
Lesson Nº 9: It is essential to breath through your mouth.
Lesson Nº 10: Results are just around the corner. It is required to repeat all steps to gain experience.
Now... You know how to swim!!!
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