Originally Posted by Zenturtle
Well, you got it all under control than.
Personally, swimming is still like holding 10 spinning plates in the air. There are always some plates about to fall or falling while you speed up plates somewhere else.
Its damn hard to keep them all spinning at top speed all the time.
Yes last nights swim was the best technique i've ever achieved in 3 years + of practice.
I just went slow and it all came together, i had time in the stroke to figure out the early highside hip nudge down to lock the anchor, also matched highside arm to low side anchor timing, then i could get a faster ratchet switch going.
"Train slow with correct technique and that slow will become very fast"