Swim: Aim for a Stiffer Neck
No swimmer should have a bobble doll neck, where you’re moving all over the place. “It should almost feel as if they have a stiff neck,” says Scott. “That keeps your body a little more rigid, so when you turn their head to the side to take the inhale, you want to try and keep that low goggle still wet and your head nice and still.” In other words, you shouldn’t be able to see both goggles when someone turns their head to the side — that low goggle stays under water.
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