Dph Sports Series-Diving
Discovery Publishing House, 1999 - 224 pages
Contents: Historical Background, Safety, Teaching Diving, Inward, Twist and Reverse Dives, Using The Springboard, Basic Dives From the Springboard, Body Movement in Free Fall, Time, Obtaining Height, Creating Rotation, Rotation in Flight, Spotting, Rules and Regulations.
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able action allow angle angular momentum arched arms attempt backwards balance basic bathside becomes beginner bend body bottom caused centre of gravity competition complete confidence correct crouch deep degree of difficulty depth difficulty direction distance dive diver drop edge effect enter the water entry execution extended eyes fall fear feel feet final flight foot force forward front give given greater half hands head Header height held hips horizontal increase judge jump keep knees landing lean learning leave legs less metre metre springboard motion movement moving necessary obtained performed pike position Plain platform possible practice prevent progress projected push reach referee result rise rotation running selected shoulders side Sitting Somersault sport spring springboard standing starting step straight surface taken takeoff toes touch trunk tuck position Twist upwards usually vertical