from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A buoyant board used to keep the upper body of a swimmer afloat while allowing free movement of the legs, used chiefly to improve kicking technique or develop leg strength and endurance.
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- n. A small, buoyant board used to support a swimmer's upper body and arms while allowing free kicking movements.
- n. On pianos and organs, a vertical panel located above the pedals.
- n. On doors, the vinyl panel at the bottom eight inches.
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I slide the orange wing onto my other arm, and Nate finds a mask and a kickboard.
Just swim some easy laps, use a kickboard, or try water jogging.
"He might be rocking on the kickboard as he's waiting to swim," she told the teacher, "but he knows what he wants to do."
If you want to work your stomach and glutes, get yourself a kickboard and some flippers.
Aside from that, the kickboard and flippers seems to be good for glutes, legs/knees and abdominals.
Sergeant Lynda provided handheld pool weights and a kickboard.
The scooter had a wooden kickboard and balloon tires, and sported a foldable seat.
To many swimmers today, Kiefer is just a brand of kickboard.
Or that they were chasing me down a river in a speedboat and I had only my kickboard.
He hailed the slim cowboy sprawled on the buckboard seat with his feet propped on the kickboard.