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Old 03-22-2010
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Originally Posted by gogglesnoseplugs View Post
Putting the suit issue aside, as much as I still am open to someone handing one off to me if possible, I just got done with some laps at the pool. I tried to be attentive to my rotation to see if I could reduce the amount of rotation when breathing in, but I still am rolling pretty far up; I might as well be switching over to backstroke at this point... :/

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Spearing too deep can pull you too far underwater and then you have to almost roll upside down to breathe. Try spearing straight out to 3:00 if you think this may be the problem.

Swimming too slow can be a problem too, you may not have enough momentum to stay near the surface.

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