One thing I love about writing blogs is the convenience of going back and correcting mistakes when I become aware of them.

It was just pointed out to me that I jumbled two concepts into one at the end of the previous article The Purpose Of Measuring Stroke Length – caught by someone to who I’ve taught the concepts previously. I’ve now updated the end to describe how to calculate and interpret how much of your wingspan (or height) you travel forward on each stroke and then to modify your expectation of that product based on how long your wingspan (arms) are compared to your height. Having longer or shorter than average arms should affect your expectations.


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