Almost all errors in swimming have their root in one simple issue.


If you can't get air, you're in trouble.

If you can't get air easily, you're in trouble.

If you can't get air without losing your position in the water, you're in trouble.

If you can't get air, you will adjust EVERY aspect of your swimming to ensure that you can.

You'll sacrifice your breathing mechanics.

You'll sacrifice your pulling mechanics.

You'll sacrifice your kicking mechanics.

You'll sacrifice your timing.

However, if you can ensure you have easy access to air, you unlock the potential to master ALL of these skills.

Take a step back and master your ability to breathe.


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