The ‘Butterfly stroke’ is Associated with:
The Term ‘Butterfly stroke’ is associated with Swimming. Butterfly stroke in swimming was invented by the German Eric Rademacher in 1926. Butterfly stroke sometimes referred to as “Fly” for short. The most common swimming stroke or styles are the freestyle stroke, the breaststroke, the backstroke and the butterfly stroke.
Butterfly stroke is most difficult stroke, which is needed more power and technique. This swimming stroke uses most muscles in the body. Arms, core and legs are the most focusing parts of the body. Butterfly is the second fastest swim stroke freestyle. It has a reputation of being hard to learn and is quickly exhausting.