Anybody who knows me will no doubt be bored with hearing me complain about how my right sided breathing feels, but does not look so different to my left sided breathing. It's been a distraction for months and is related to a few things:
Tracey Baumann has told me I am not solid enough in the core when rotating to the left rail. I also think I am not rotating enough. Anyway I've had a minor breakthrough so these are my focal points for the week (and beyond)
A) Make sure head is completely relaxed and in a good neutral position before and after taking breath.
B) Rotate more using hips
C) Remain on left and right rails a tad longer before rotating back. This controls and channels the weight shift better.
Added benefit is this rotation facilitates a better arm recovery also.
I am a certified level 3.0 Total Immersion Swim Coach.