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The next to me, is building a great catch - this is something TI doesn't do well in my opinion.
Their swimmers "drop the elbow"Remember the part about keeping the arm perpendicular to the bottom of the pool?
I think what I do and did improve to the elbow was mostly based on perception of the resistance, adjusting to ease, and I believe that I do not push the water and I do a nice perpendicular angle but it feels like TI says as "climbing" the water forward whereas I also sychronize my body swing and movements somehow homogenically like a fish, for instance, a wild dolphin would do (and those you definitely should not pet for a picture frame...).
Well dropping the elbow is when your arm enters the water in the front quadrant, stretches way out and then goes down a fair bit before you get the hand under the elbow.
This is wasted time and energy because you're really only pushing the water down and not back.
TI teachers emphasize the same patient precision and refinement taught by martial arts masters. As far patience goes, I was just realizing a funny comparison, it has not much to do with patience ...
We start with simple skills and movements and progress by small, easily-mastered steps. Though, I do not mind you do have some or see it the way you like.
After that we tend to work on fitting in the 6-beat kick into the stroke (6 kicks for every time the left arm enters, or 3 strokes per pull).