Frog-kick



noun, Swimming.
1.
a type of kick in which the legs are bent at the knees, extended outward, and then brought together forcefully.
noun
1.
a type of kick used in swimming, as in the breast stroke, in which the legs are simultaneously drawn towards the body and bent at the knees with the feet together, straightened out with the legs apart, and then brought together again quickly

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