angelinamike wrote:The biggest flaws in Mr Smooth is the water effect. If you swim like Mr Smooth in the real world, the wave at the swimming pool will be too hard for you. I can hardly see Mr Smooth 90 SPS without visualization.
Here's a link to Jono Van Hazel who Mr Smooth is based on.
As the name suggests - he is a smooth swimmer so doesn't get up too high in regards to stroke rate as he doesn't need to - check out the stats on the video and you will see his split times/stroke rate etc. In the video (near the end) they show his stroke rate at around 88spm. Not sure what you mean about the wave being too hard..?
Hope this helps you visualise what a good smooth style looks like.