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Frank D Totten
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  1. Wednesday, November 14, 2012

    by , November 14th, 2012 at 06:35 PM (I swim, therefore I am)
    SCY@FGCU Aquatic Center
    Air temp of 76, pool at 79, 100% water clarity.
    Cloudy skies with humidity at 60%

    • Swam with Joel, my friend visiting from Ventura, CA, a professional beach lifeguard. We match up well doing different kinds of swimming in the same set. It is always fun and challenging when we swim together.


    Focus - Freestyle, Backstroke,Pace

    Warm up:
    1x2000 FR/BK S done as
    4(1x300 FR, 1x200 BK) Build effort 1-4
    200 EZ

    *Set 1*
    10x100 FR S on 1:40 =< 5:30 500 pace
    • 1-3; 1:07, 1:06, 1:05
    • 4-7; 1:07, 1:05, 1:04, 1:05
    • 8-10; 1:06, 1:06, 1:05

    200EZ

    *Set 2*
    1x1000 FR/BK S, alt by 25, Broken as:
    4x150 on 2:15, 4x100 on 1:30, desc each 1-4
    • 150s; 1:48-1:41
    • 100s; 1:12-1:07


    200EZ

    *Set 3*
    3x400 Kick w/fins, Swim, rest 1 min each, as
    1 each: Fly, Back, Free (50K/f, 50S/f)
    Did the 400 free as 8x50 on 1:00 50K/f-50S/f
    • 50s S/f: 26, 26, 26, 25


    Warm down: 200 EZ

    Comments:

    • I am continuing to make progress with the dryland program and higher intensity swimming with intervals. Still having some sore muscles, and tired legs, but there is enough energy to make a good effort each session.
    • Warmup - Working on the front end of freestyle, and alternating with backstroke.
    • Set 1 - Trying to swim a strong controlled pace with with consistent front end technique, effortless streamlining turns, and steady, smooth, but not hard kick.
    • Set 2 - More of free/back combination swimming.
    • Set 3 - Conditioning for fin swimming later in season in sprint sets.

    Updated November 14th, 2012 at 10:04 PM by fdtotten

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