outsweep

outsweep

(ˈaʊtˌswiːp)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) an outward movement of arms in swimming breaststroke
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Schafer suggests, "the measure of a good kit is the distance separating the original contents, which may be modest, from the imaginative outsweep they suggest to the kit's users." The creators involved did make it known that the box was to be more a process involving student and teacher contributions rather than an artifact.
A more detailed division into phases, for example: catch, outsweep, and insweep, could provide a better idea of the shape of these phases (Payton and Bartlett, 1993; Strzala et al., 2013; Tourny, 1992).
1) the swimmer presents a down and outsweep path of the hand, with the trunk in flexion, tilted and below the hip; there is an excellent stability.
(2001), when the little finger leads the motion (sweep back angle of 180[degrees]), during the outsweep phase of butterfly and breaststroke, and some parts of the downsweep phase in backstroke and upsweep in front crawl, the position with the thumb adducted seemed preferable.