Part 5 Mistakes in breathing: Perfect
But the most important part of the series is the last statement
"Beyond speed, the biggest challenge and the goal of any breaststroke technique is to ensure continuous swimming!"
That is why my byline is "Its not how fast you swim but how fast you slow down"
Just watching Scott Weltz win the 200 breast for the second time tonight. Love his stroke. His hips and butt comes up, he uses his lats instead of his arms for his quick hybrid scull and pull, and he spends a long time in base streamline position. He just needs to get two seconds faster for the Olympics. A 2:07 flat could win, not bad without the slicker suits. Women will get to 2:21 for the winner, with the entire finals under 2:24.