So you’re probably wondering, what in the world is…
Well breathing bilaterally means being able to breath on either the right or left side of your body.
This can help you in many different ways, such as:
- Helping you to keep on the right path by sighting landmarks such as buoys.
- Developing the muscles on your back evenly
- If you only breath to 1 side your muscles may develop unevenly, causing your stroke to be out of balance.
- Freeing you from breathing impairments such as wind, rain, waves, sun or other swimmers.
No one can guarantee ideal conditions on race day.
You need to be comfortable rolling your head to both the right and left sides for air.
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