So the next type of Butterfly stroke, we’re gonna look at is the high raiser with eyes facing forward. We’re looking at this yellow cap over here it’s Amanda Kendall. I want you guys to notice how quickly when I start the video how fast she drops her head after she takes a breath. So she comes up and looks straightforward and then the head goes down buries itself under the surface of the water. So a female, a lot of times, well we have more hair than I do, but you have to drop that full cap under the surface of the water because there’s a little bit of a bump there and the higher that peak is on the top of your cap above the surface of the water the more resistance you get. So here, she’s doing a nice job of coming up and then getting straight down. You don’t see the yellow cap for a second because it’s under the waterline which is what you want to go for. She’s looking straight forward and she’s getting the chest out and then she’s recovering well with a nice amount of chest press to get those hips up towards the very end.