How to Tread Water Efficiently
Simply floating in
Who knows more about staying afloat in water longer than the U.S. Navy? Once you've plunged into the
Now, scull your hands back and forth, or move your hands, palms down, in a circular motion under the surface of the water. While you do that, use a modified frog kick-not a scissor kick-to help keep your head above water as well. A modified frog kick involves bringing your knees up towards your chest with your legs out, then kicking your feet down before repeating the process. Continually repeat all of these movements until you can be rescued or find a flotation device.