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Some say feel for the water is a talent world class athletes are born with.
However, you can enhance your feel through time spent in the water in addition to doing sculling drills.
Coaches and swimmers - this is a must-read article that will help you achieve a good feel for the water. It is crucial for you to know drills that will enhance your ability to set the "catch" in your stroke and hold water - thus propelling you forward!
Nutrition has an enormous impact on a swimmer's performance. Without enough energy or calories coming in, you cannot expect your body to respond quickly to the high demand of our sport. Parents and athletes need to understand the relationship between what you eat and how well you perform.
For example, without sufficient protein, muscles cannot grow stronger. Without enough calcium, magnesium, potassium and other nutrients, muscles cannot contract and relax at the proper times. Lastly, if a swimmer eats too much sugar at the wrong time, their energy will quickly diminish resulting in weakness and fatigue.