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    been practicing my technique and breathing. 500yard is around 9;50. Aiming for 9:00 next. Thanks for any criticism and tips.
    https://youtu.be/SyQbaalMgtA (only 50 yard video)

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    Not a bad stroke, but there are some minor refinements that would make you more efficient. Make your glide more stream line by squeezing your head with your biceps and keeping your feet close together. Stop all the random flicking of your feet. I would also recommend practicing without the double arm pull because some mentors don't allow it. Hope this helps.

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      Originally posted by Bulldog View Post
      Not a bad stroke, but there are some minor refinements that would make you more efficient. Make your glide more stream line by squeezing your head with your biceps and keeping your feet close together. Stop all the random flicking of your feet. I would also recommend practicing without the double arm pull because some mentors don't allow it. Hope this helps.
      Thanks for the tips ive been working on being more streamline and not doing random flutter kicks. And thats good to hear about the double arm pull I usually dont use it past 250 yards anyways because it tires me out.

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      • #4
        Good Stroke. I did notice how you would start to move towards the wall and not staying straight. This can be fixed by keeping your eyes forward. You want your eyes and arm to pointing in the direction you are going.

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