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  1. Tuesday, November 20, 2012

    by , November 20th, 2012 at 03:55 PM (I swim, therefore I am)
    SCY@FGCU Aquatic Center
    Air temp of 62, pool at 81, 100% water clarity.
    Sunny skies with humidity at 57%

    Warm up:
    1x1000 RIMO by 250

    *Set 1*
    1x1200 IM as 50S(Strong)-50K(Steady)
    3 Rounds:
    1. 50 Fly, 50 BK Kick
    2. 50 BK, 50 BR Kick
    3. 50 BR, 50 FR Kick
    4. 50 FR, 50 D Kick


    200EZ BK/FR

    *Set 2*
    10x100 SDK/fins on 1:40
    1-5 as 2(25/back, 25/front) min 14-15yd under with flip turns
    6-10 as 2(25/front, 25/back) same as 1-5 plus desc 6-10
    • 1-5 did 1:16
    • 6-10 went 1:15 to 1:06


    500 BK DPS with compact streamlining turns

    *Set 3*
    4x150 on 3:15 as 100 sculling, 50 FR Swim strong
    • on 50s did 30s


    *Set 4*
    3(4x50) on 1:00 RIMO
    • FR - 31, 30, 29
    • BR - 42, 42, 41
    • BK - 37, 35, 34
    • FLY - 36, 34, 33


    *Set 5*
    3x150 on 2:15, 3x100 on 1:30
    Pull with Bouy, Paddles, Tube
    • 150s - 1:48, 1:42, 1:40
    • 100s - 1:10, 1:08, 1:07


    Warm down: 200 EZ Swim

    Comments:
    • Warmup - Again the water was warm, but did not feel as warm as yesterday.
    • Set 1 - Worked the turns, underwater transitions.
    • Set 2 - Started out moderate, but was able to build to strong effort.
    • Set 3 - Have not done sculling in ages, and it showed today, as doing :30/50 felt like doing :27.
    • Set 4 - During the second round I was wandering all over the lane, then really made an effort to relax arms on recovery and keep stroking smooth - and was able to drop the times a bit.
    • Set 5 - Gradually building up my pulling strength, but it always takes at least about 200 yds before I begin to establish a consistent pulling rhythm.

    Updated November 20th, 2012 at 04:49 PM by fdtotten

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