Definition of frog kick in English:

frog kick

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noun

A movement used in swimming, especially in breaststroke, in which the legs are brought towards the body with the knees bent and the feet together and then kicked outwards before being brought together again, all in one continuous movement.
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  • Crawl wasn't even heard of, and people did backstroke with both arms at the same time with a frog kick.
  • Comprised of a long, sinewy pull followed by a spry frog kick, the pull-down is a holy moment of shrouded watery silence.
  • Others may prove better when used with a frog kick or in sculling.

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