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Old 06-08-2012
Richardsk Richardsk is offline
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Default Can I have lats like that, please?

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Old 07-09-2012
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Mostly you're seeing the shoulder blade, very flexibly protracted due to loose & flexible rhomboids and serratus anterior muscles. On top of this is layered a long & lean latissimus muscle.
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Old 07-09-2012
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I bow to your superior anatomical knowledge.

Can you tell me where exactly in the stroke he is? He looks almost as though he is doing double-arm backstroke. Just about to catch with the left and just entering with the right?
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Breaking out from pushoff.
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