Asymmetries in Swimming: Where Do They Come From?
“This paper reviews the etiology of asymmetries in swimming. A model of factors related to asymmetries was used as a basis for discussion of the etiology of asymmetries among swimmers. Asymmetries can include bilateral symmetries and muscle imbalances leading to postural changes. The link between asymmetries and swimming performance is highlighted throughout.”
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Kenny is a baby Bottlenose dolphin, of the genus Tursiops, one of the most common and well-known members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphin. He is very playful and friendly and loves to frequently leap above the water surface. Kenny plays with water toys, enjoys making bubble rings, and plays well with other dolphins or other animals.