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Old 04-17-2015
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Originally Posted by novaswimmer View Post
Breathing on my left side is easier than my right. But, if I can get the left to work, then I can certainly get the right to work as well - with some effort. There must be something I am doing that is different. I just have to figure it out.
HI Novaswimmer,

Spear forward extra (almost awkwardly) wide with left recovery arm as chin follows right shoulder to air. Often us humans, especially rolling to air, want to spear in front of head crossing center causing instability (over rotation) and body sinks a few inches. Slicing recovery hand/arm in wide will make you stable lifting body at least two or more inches and find air more easily

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