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Forum: Backstroke 05-04-2009
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Posted By Richardsk
John I was the one who introduced the bend and...

John

I was the one who introduced the bend and certainly didn't intend to suggest that the knee should bend on the way down. It does bend at the bottom, though, to judge from photographs and video....
Forum: Backstroke 05-02-2009
Replies: 27
Views: 17,123
Posted By Richardsk
Hi Elskbrev I didn't say it was bent on the down...

Hi Elskbrev

I didn't say it was bent on the down kick, just that it is bent when it is down. Presumably the upward motion begins earlier in the leg above the knee and then the lower leg follows,...
Forum: Backstroke 05-02-2009
Replies: 27
Views: 17,123
Posted By Richardsk
Hi For what it's worth Johnny Weissmuller in...

Hi

For what it's worth Johnny Weissmuller in Swimming the American Crawl mentions the toe-in in the flutter kick for front crawl, or "thrash" as he called it. Also for what it's worth, he was a...
Forum: Backstroke 11-09-2008
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Views: 17,123
Posted By Richardsk
Ah yes, you're quite right, but I was swimming...

Ah yes, you're quite right, but I was swimming double-arm with inverted breaststroke kick. Normally I switch to back crawl at the flags but I was so intent on going a bit faster that I forgot the...
Forum: Backstroke 11-08-2008
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Views: 17,123
Posted By Richardsk
Thanks for the suggestions. Oddly the main...

Thanks for the suggestions.

Oddly the main collision of head and wall was in a race, with flags and everything. I was just thinking too much of my stroke and forgot to count. I survived.

I suppose...
Forum: Backstroke 11-07-2008
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Posted By Richardsk
Hi Rhoda I've never had any tendon or hamstring...

Hi Rhoda

I've never had any tendon or hamstring trouble from backstroke - not yet anyway, but I'll keep an eye on the hamstrings figuratively speaking.
Forum: Backstroke 11-07-2008
Replies: 27
Views: 17,123
Posted By Richardsk
The year of the backstroke?

Hello all

I finally found my way here, after a few days of vainly trying to access the old site and getting "page not found" error messages. When I did get here I found it did not recognize my old...
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