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Old 08-01-2018
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Also,

1) Make sure you are breathing to the side and not lifting your head to breathe. Any lifting of the head will cause legs/hips to sink.

2) Make sure after you have speared that during the initial part of the underwater stroke the arm is not stroking downward. A downward stroke will lift the upper body resulting in lowering of hips/legs. Sometimes people do that without thinking to raise the head for a breath. All stroking should be directing water backwards for propulsion/anchoring and never downwards.
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