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Old 07-14-2012
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Default Catch up drill

I am starting to practice catch up drills to try and improve my balance/breathing and I have a simple question.


Do you think the held out hands should be held in the TI skate position or in the more horizontal position that I see in youtube videos?
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I am starting to practice catch up drills to try and improve my balance/breathing and I have a simple question.


Do you think the held out hands should be held in the TI skate position or in the more horizontal position that I see in youtube videos?

TI doesn't teach catchup drill...
Skate, spear switch, swing skate swing switch will reinforce body rotation, timing, recovery arm position and lead hand position.
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Old 07-15-2012
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Do you mean that TI does not advocate getting propulsion through catch.

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TI doesn't teach catchup drill...
Skate, spear switch, swing skate swing switch will reinforce body rotation, timing, recovery arm position and lead hand position.
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