You know I think that's a really good question, we do see quite a lot of cross-types. Most swimmers start out as either an Arnie or a Bambino and then progress to the other types.
When a Bambino starts to add glide into their stroke they very often start to kick quite hard too, to get through the deadspots, so very often you end up with a three-way hybrid there!
Tell me a little more about your swimming experience, how do you feel when you swim, how long have you been swimming, what speed do you swim at, how tall are you?
I'm sure that given the speed you are swimming and your physical make-up that the Bambino guide will be best for you. If you get the guide and after trying it feel it's wrong for yourself then contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll arrange a swap or refund.
Your Wetronome will be a really valuable tool for you too - as for any Bambino - as it helps you tune into a good stroke rhythm which is very often missing. If you haven't seen her already, take a look at Hannah, she's a great demonstration of how a good stroke rhythm can help a swimmer - she's just finished her first Ironman and also completed the might 21km Rottnest Channel swim this year: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZJaFbNOOEM
If you have any video of your swimming that you can put on youtube or similar then let me know and I'll have a look and give you some specific pointers.
Stay in contact and let us know how you go!
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