hile we've spent years focusing on a narrow breaststroke kick, we can't forget that we need to make sure the feet are connecting correctly no matter where the push initiates.
Why do it:
Toes out is the most important part of the breaststroke kick propulsion phase, so learning how high you're able to grab the water is very important.
How to do it:
1) Push off underwater, with your hands behind you and start kicking breaststroke.
2) Lift your heels up to touch your hands on each kick.
3) Flip over on your back to continue working on this for longer periods.