masterbeato wrote:Your using too much body by moving your body along with your arm on the pull through. Your starting your body rotation to early it should be Arm first, then body.
This is the only part I don't agree with... but from a purely theoretical based perspective.
If you start your rotation in the hips, then transfer to the body, then shoulders, then arm, it's not that the body starts to early, but that the timing is off between the body and the pull through. Perhaps the arm speed needs to increase?
In order to maximize the lower body power, it would seem you have to keep them in order or you would lose the power and speed you've built through the transfer of that power from the bottom up.
When you rotate the hips and body, your arm will be pulled along just be natural movement. This places your arm closer to the position where you want to pull as fast as you can through the finish. It allows your legs, hips, torso and shoulder to get the arm moving and provide you with a great rotational speed, you just have to take advantage of it and pull through fast enough to not be late.
The trick is in putting in the practice to get the timing right. You might need to slow down the body (or in Aaron's case the arm) to sync up with where you want your release.
I could be wrong, but this just makes all kind of sense when I think about what I'm trying to do.