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want to start a new style.

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hteas

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Try dynamic without fins first. Its far easier to learn the techniques when you're close to the surface. Work on a very smooth breast stroke with a full arm movement all the way back to your sides. Keep your head down, looking at the bottom of the pool while doing it. Then graduate to aswimming under the surface. When you are comfortable with the dynamic it will be much easier to move into constant ballast.
Also, htere are websites with video of several world records in unassisted (I just don't have any addresses). Maybe someone else can direct you to them.
Hope this helps
Howard
 

firefly

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hi

sorry for my uneducated question, but why would you want to train with fins if you want to dive without??

sandra
 

iceselkie

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