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11.02.2017

Note to self. Remember that Cadence and force determines where the end of the stroke is, the bottom reach. Increased stroke power and decreased Cadence tends to move the bottom of the stroke down toward 4 or 4:30. Faster light or stroke tends to move toward three a clock.

Note to self. Remember that Cadence and force determines where the end of the stroke is, the bottom reach. Increased stroke power and decreased Cadence tends to move the bottom of the stroke down toward 4 or 4:30. Faster light or stroke tends to move toward three a clock. This may be the single most important factor to an effective stroke for me. What I forget everything falls apart. No power, stress on the legs, frustration, spastic action. When I remember then the primary part of the stroke, extending the leg to that optimal bottom point is fluid, balanced, synchronized, and supports efficient direction of all energy into the stroke. When I forget, absolute total disaster.

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