That's what I'd do if I wanted to be "a perfect swimmer", or "the best
swimmer".
To be "a good swimmer" I'd just learn it some, practice it some, enjoy
it some, and maybe even apply it some.

Regards,
Kahty


On 8/2/06, dkotschessa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>  And if you wanted to be a good swimmer and be able to fully engage in
>  it, you'd do everything you could. You might even read about
>  physiology, the dynamics of water, AND you'd have a teacher and spend
>  a lot of time with other swimmers. But more than anything else, you
>  would swim a lot - a whole lot. Most of the time when you're
>  swimming you wouldn't worry about the stuff you read in books, but
>  bit by bit that knowledge would guide you and people would wonder
>  what your secret was.
-- 
~say beautiful things to yourself~


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