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Old December 9th 03, 12:49 AM
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Default Backstroke improvement already!

I used the idea of twist/rolling of the shoulders today and noticed that my
legs no longer wag from side to side. So, that's a definite improvement! A
while back, one poster mentioned that her coach told her to go deeper with
her arm when it first entered the water. How does one know how deep is
right?

Pat in TX


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Old December 9th 03, 02:24 AM
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Dropping the hand will serve two purposes. the primary reason its important
is that in order to drop the hand, the shoulder will have to drop also,
aiding body roll and maintaining balance. The second reason is that its
important in order to get a good catch. I'm pleased you made some improvment


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I used the idea of twist/rolling of the shoulders today and noticed that

my
legs no longer wag from side to side. So, that's a definite improvement!

A
while back, one poster mentioned that her coach told her to go deeper with
her arm when it first entered the water. How does one know how deep is
right?

Pat in TX




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I used the idea of twist/rolling of the shoulders today and noticed that my
legs no longer wag from side to side. So, that's a definite improvement! A
while back, one poster mentioned that her coach told her to go deeper with
her arm when it first entered the water. How does one know how deep is
right?

Pat in TX
yea, slowly slowly you will get complete backstroke, as it is totally depend on practice. Best of Luck , please share your views after learning it.
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