As a far as faster recoveries are concerned, here your pros and cons. Faster recoveries pros is there’s less dead space you’re not spending time in a glide, that is technically slowing down as you continue to glide. There’s less time between breaths, you’re getting oxygen more frequently, you’re also getting into that propulsive phase sooner, associate as you finish the recovery start back into the pull, which is a propulsive phase, so you’re, you’re, lessening the time between propulsive phases, and the cons are there’s a time drag associated with it, he come out to a 90 degree angle, out of the water, you’re essentially just like sitting in his snowplow position and all this water is slamming against you. And on top of that there’s no time to relax. A lot of times kids, especially younger age your kids when they’re taught Breaststrokes, they like Breaststroke because it’s like more of a vacation kind of slow stroke. If you want to swim Breaststroke well- it’s never easy. So, getting out of the mindset of like oh I’m just kind of here, politely doing my lap swimming Breaststroke style. And then on top of that using the fast recovery, you’re getting absolutely no break.