a BUTTER FLY
in individual medley (IM) the order of strokes is fly (butterfly) back (stroke), breast (stroke), and free (front crawl) In a relay it's fly, breast, back free
There are many kinds. Each is used with a specific stroke. There is Fly, Back, Free, And breaststroke kick.
The shoulders are a common place for injury because when you do the stroke 'fly', it pulls your shoulder muscles. Also, the akilies tendons are easily stretched.
This depends on the stroke you are doing. often stokes work your arms shoulders and legs, but certain stokes like fly back kick can also work your abs.
No they just swin they do not fly underwater
No, fly's do not go near swimming pools and step on the ground because they can fly :D
An Archaeopteryx may have been able to fly, but a plesiosaur is a swimming reptile, and it doesn't fly. Archaeopteryx could not fly is was too heavey and its wings were way too short to support flight and as for the plesiosaur as the previous person mentioned it was a swimming reptile
No bird can fly underwater, it would be swimming. An example would be a duck.
yes penguins are too heavy to fly. and their wings are used for swimming.
Some things you could get disqualified for in compitition swimming are: Leaving the block early Doing flutter kick on breast or fly Touching the bottom of the pool with your feet Going further than 15 laying on your stomach too long on a back stroke turn
His fastest stroke is fly which is 200 fly i love caden sheetz
Gyarados cannot fly in the anime or in the video game. He is exclusive to swimming in lakes or oceans.
Tsetse fly. It causes "sleeping sickness".
No, penguins cannot fly. Their wing structures are evolved for swimming.No. They are one of the birds with feathers and wings who do not fly. They swim. Poor penguins.
The answer to the joke what kind of monkey can fly is a hot air baboon.
They're more geared towards swimming.
165 buter fly
yes they do me and my sister went swimming and we took them out and they went around the pool and into the water so yes they do fly
They use their tails like they are swimming through water.
penguins could never actually fly their flippers, what some people call wings, are used for swimming.
No. The fly could not fly in a vacuum since it needs the gas molecules in air to support its body and allow lift. It would be like a man trying to 'swim' in an empty swimming pool.