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When doing breast stroke your arms should naturally push downwards. The technique as far as breathing is concerned is that your head does not change position throughout the stroke and instead, the force of the down push will lift your head, shoulders and part of your upper back out of the water. If you watch a video of an Olympic breaststroke event you can ...
The good news is that since you will be in a fairly cold water (colder than your body temperature), your body will exert energy to keep warm, thus burn fat, even if you only float around. So, being in a swimming pool is definitely one of the best way to start loosing weight. Now, to on more specifics regarding the actual type of swimming. I'd suggest ...
You should try a technique involving moving your soft palate into the right place by saying the letter 'T'. Try mouthing the letter and you will see that you cannot breath through your nose, so water will not get in to choke you. Here is a more detailed explanation: http://blog.swimator.com/2011/04/getting-water-up-my-nose-while-swimming.html
Here is a good list of potential solutions. Even though it is for a scuba mask, it pertains to any goggles as well. (ex: burn glass with lighter, toothpaste, saliva, baby shampoo, glycerin soap). http://scuba-diving-explained.com/no-more-fog-in-my-scuba-mask-secrets-to-a-clear-mask
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