Reply To: Stroke Effiiency & USRPT
I struggled in the past with the downward spiral of stroking faster to make up for diminishing stroke efficiency which, in turn, leads to further stroke inefficiency. Got that under control by using stroke count as an additional failure trigger for a while. I no longer have a hard stroke count # as a failure trigger because I have gotten so much better at maintaining a steady stroke rate that I know that I’m going to fail to meet the target time if the stroke count is too high.
Thanks Gary. We are going to give it a go. I don’t necessarily want to use it all the time – or necessarily to use it as a “hard fail” but just to give him a focus on his stroke as he gets tired.