I'm Morris Brossette, and this is swimming warm-ups for children. Alright, so it's very important to warm-up regardless of any activity you do, swimming is no different. I'm going to show you three simple movements that you can do on the pool deck to warm up your body to increase range of motion and to get blood to the working muscles. The first one simple, it's going to an arm circle forward. I'm going to do both sides, I'll do 20 forward on the right side, then I'll do 20 backwards on the right side. Then I'll just repeat on the left. It's important when I'm doing this warm-up that I want to try to reach as high as I can to get a full range of motion. O.k., from that, as soon as I finish 20 and 20, I'm going to go into a trunk rotation. And as I rotate, I'm going to exhale at the rotation to promote lengthening and range of motion through the trunk. I'll 20 on both sides and exhale the whole way. The thing I'm going to do, I'll hold onto a rail or the wall or whatever to provide stability. And simply going to swing my leg back and forth to increase range of motion to the quadriceps and also to engage the glute and the hamstring. While I do this, I make sure I keep my upper body nice and tight with no movement through my spine. So, it's just movement through the lower body. I'll do 20 on the left and 20 on the right. Once I finish the leg, I'll go back to the upper body and I'll repeat that whole cycle three to four times.