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Old 12-19-2015
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Default Learning TI freestyle, which book or program??

Hello, first time poster. I'm wanting to learn TI freestyle self-taught, and I'm wondering what is the best product for this. The product list on this website is rather extensive, but I find it confusing as to which one to choose. I see Ultra Efficient Freestyle, Perpetual Motion Freestyle, and a few others. Which is best?

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Old 02-14-2016
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Default Learning TI freestyle, which book or program?

I'm currently working through the Perpetual Motion Freestyle videos and all the drills are starting to come together well.

I haven't tried the other programs as I had previously purchased this one a few years ago.
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Old 02-15-2016
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Any one of them will help your swimming. I started years ago with the original book, which has been superceded several times. I went from about 35 strokes per 25 metres down to about 25.
If at all possible, try to find a T.I. coach at some point for a lesson and some feedback.
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Old 02-15-2016
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Hello, first time poster. I'm wanting to learn TI freestyle self-taught, and I'm wondering what is the best product for this. The product list on this website is rather extensive, but I find it confusing as to which one to choose. I see Ultra Efficient Freestyle, Perpetual Motion Freestyle, and a few others. Which is best?

Thanks!
DJswim, the latest teaching sequence is in Ultra Efficient Freestyle. All the other freestyle DVDs contain sequences and drills that are many years old. Ultra Efficient Freestyle contains the latest in TI drill evolution. I would go with that. You can always take a look at the older materials of course. Note that many things have changed since those older DVDs and for the better.

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