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Old 04-12-2012
jofo jofo is offline
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Hi TI swimmers...

I was honored to participate in Sweden's first TI workshop. Coaches were Mat Hudson and Pawel fron Poland. Fantastic weekend, and incredibly knowledgeable coaches.

I'll post my films, before and after the TI workshop.

Please comment technique and what you think I am going to focus on the moment.

With friendly greetings JoFo

Before TI workshop
http://youtu.be/l7VvEZrM3x0 front

http://youtu.be/_gj8HNf16qc side

http://youtu.be/9TwI0e5LNJ0 under water

After TI workshop
http://youtu.be/IqpVyR_xpbk front

http://youtu.be/GmHgWeopPpg side

http://youtu.be/U1UQu0dyA-M under water

// JoFo
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Old 04-12-2012
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I can definitely see a difference .Nice and smooth and your hands now seem to be entering in front of the shoulder more and not towards the center on entry. Looking good.

Dave
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Old 04-12-2012
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Nice work Jofo, the real progress can be seen in the underwater footage. Much better body position, two beat kick and less pressing down on the lead arm. Continue to work on the switch timing and try to calm the legs down to a toe flick to achieve the same results. The after underwater clip doesn't show a breathing stroke, how are you finding getting air from your new head position?
Kevin
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Old 04-12-2012
jofo jofo is offline
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Nice work Jofo, the real progress can be seen in the underwater footage. Much better body position, two beat kick and less pressing down on the lead arm. Continue to work on the switch timing and try to calm the legs down to a toe flick to achieve the same results. The after underwater clip doesn't show a breathing stroke, how are you finding getting air from your new head position?
Kevin
Hi Kevin!

Thanks for the tips.
My new head position works well when I breathe to the left side, no problem at all. When I breathe to the right, to my outstretched left arm drops a bit, and it becomes very difficult to breathe to the right. Guess I need to stretch even more with the left arm to get the breath right better!?

Thanks for the tips!

/ / Jofo
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