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Old 06-10-2010
aerogramma aerogramma is offline
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hello janos, interesting points.

I'm right handed, favour my right hand as my first stroke but my 'natural' breathing side is left.
I can definetely feel the asymmetry in my stroke and I'm trying to improve it too.
Most of my improvements have come after increasingly long bilateral sessions.
With a few sessions at the pool I can now easily swim 30 minutes bilateral no stop.
My stroke remain asymmetrical, but less so and bilateral breathing gives me more time 'head down', though making my swim action flow much more fluidly.

incidentally before TI I had never had this kind of success at bilateral breathing in my 30+ years swimminng career ( i cant recall a time in my life when i wasn't able to swim!)
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