Just a quick pointer....
Originally Posted by thomasusa80
Regardless of the fact that we may not be blazing the most productive stroke into the muscle memory we are building muscle perseverance that then permits to practice proficient stroke for more separations.
So what goodd will the "muscle perserverance" actually do? Compare it to running where you might have a inclination to tilt your upper body to,the right (example), causing your back to ache. Do you then want to build distance? With a bad posture?
The learning curve in TI is a amzing experience. To rely on improving your skill by just setting the focus point (note "point" as in one) is a rewarding experience and in my experience helped me advance more than trying to build muscle perseverance.
Means I'm still a skinny swimmer though.