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Old 06-03-2016
ti97
 
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Originally Posted by CoachStuartMcDougal View Post


I know some very quick swimmers that breathe mostly on three's and seem to get enough air. So it's really personal to each swimmer, but the main thing is don't starve yourself of air, get it when you need it, even if that means breathing on one's when necessary.

Stuart
along with my remark above about the 21 rpm at seated rest.....I think breathing pattern is determined by how big a gulp you can take in....i.e., deeper or shallower breaths
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