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  1. Run, bike, and an eagle

    by , May 29th, 2012 at 06:30 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Two mile trail run this morning with my dog. Surprisingly, the heat did not bother me too much. Still thinking about the squats and running thing. I might pick up the running but continue the squats but at a very low weight. I like the exercise for simple functional strength.

    This afternoon, I rode my bike in my neighborhood which happens to be very rural. I call it my workout mecca because it is the perfect place to bike and run. Little traffic and not too many dogs. As I was biking down one road, I saw an EAGLE, a real live one, sitting in my neighbor's front yard. It was huge! At first I thought it was a statue, but then I saw it moving and realized it was the real thing. It must have two feet tall.

    Anyway, I rode 10 miles, averaging 17.2 mph. My heart rate for the ride averaged 159.
  2. The Swimming Continues

    by , May 28th, 2012 at 11:36 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Swimming in an outdoor pool has lured me back into swimming more often. How wonderful it is to breathe fresh air! This morning I did the following workout:

    300 easy swim

    300 pull with buoy and paddles

    300 dolphin kick with board

    300: 150 dolphin on back w/fins, 150 dolphin on side with fins

    4 x 25 underwaters

    2 x 200 back with paddles

    4 x 50 - 3 rt/3 lt/3 full fly

    100 easy

    2000 SCM

    Yesterday, ran 2 miles in the morning and did the following weight workout:

    Bench press: bar x 5, 65 x 5, 3 sets of 95 x 5

    Lat hi row: 90 x 5, 3 sets of 110 x 5

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 12 x 10

    Squats: bar x 5, 95 x 10

    Leg lifts in captain's chair: 2 sets of 20

    Trying to decide if I should pick up more running and punt the squats or keep the squats and do just a little bit of running. I want to be strong, but I am carrying just a little bit more weight than I would like right now. Nothing works better to drop weight and body fat than running. Running more than 2 or 3 miles at a time though does not go well with squats, at least not with me. I may need to work up to doing some runs of 6 miles if I hope to see any drop in the weight. I might punt squats except for just doing the bar until the end of the summer and do some running right now.
  3. A Festive Week

    by , May 26th, 2012 at 10:53 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Socially, this week has been quite wonderful. Friends visiting town and friends on a break from work have put together all kinds of gatherings that have kept me outside getting lots of sun. Have had a couple of celebrations this week for my birthday. What a great week it has been. Even got in my 3 cardio workouts for the week - 2 swims and a Zumba workout (my first). Also got in one weight-lifting workout. Am continuing to walk at least 1.3 miles each day.

    Really enjoy the Zumba workout and think I will make it a regular thing on Wednesday mornings. The walking also is quite enjoyable.

    On weights, I have resumed heavy lifting again. The workout was as follows:

    Bench press: bar x 5, 65 x 5, 3 sets of 90 x 5

    Lat hi row: 90 x 5, 3 sets of 110 x 5

    Hammer curls: 3 sets of 12 x 10

    Squats: bar x 10, 2 sets of 95 x 10

    Captain's chair leg lifts: 2 sets of 10

    Today the outdoor pool opened and I got there just when the pool opened for the day. Got in 2200 SCM as follows:

    200 kick on side with fins

    200 dolphin kick on back

    4 x 50 : 25 back/25 free

    4 x 50 with fins: 25 rt/25 lt fly

    4 x 50: 3 rt/3 lt/3 full fly

    200 dolphin kick

    4 x 50 3 rt/3 lt/3 full fly

    4 x 50 free with fins

    200 kick on side with fins

    4 x 50: 25 AFAP fly with fins/25 easy

    200 easy

    Followed my swim with a strawberry daiquari from the poolside bar.

    Plan to hit the pool again tomorrow.
  4. Deload Week

    by , May 19th, 2012 at 12:52 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Boy, did I ever take it easy this week. Guess my muscles love me, but I wonder if I will ever get back into swimming shape. Didn't get a chance to get to the pool this week, but haven't given up on my mission to get back in shape.

    Got two sessions in as follows:

    1 mile walk to warm up.

    3 rounds of the following:
    10 push-ups
    10 pull-ups
    20 leg lifts in captain's chair (actually when I do this I alternate a bent leg lift -knee lift- with a straight-leg leg lift)

    Walked at least 1.3 miles each day.
  5. On a Deload Week

    by , May 15th, 2012 at 01:12 AM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Still trying to get back into the habit of blogging. Didn't get to it last week. Whoops! Got in two days of weights, one day of swim, and took a walk of least 1.5 miles each day. The swim was on Wednesday and is as follows:

    Warm-up: 200 swim, 100k, 200 pull

    2 x 300 - alternate 25 heads up/75 swim - 1 minute rest between swims

    8 x 50 with fins - 25 kick/25 swim on 1:15

    6 x 50 with fins - 25 uw/25 swim on 1:20

    200 easy

    2000 yards

    Thursday, did last heavy workout to conclude three weeks of heavy lifting.

    Bench press: bar x 5, 65 x 5, 3 sets of 100 x 5

    Lat pull-down: 90 x 5, 110 x 5, 3 sets of 140 x 5

    Squats: bar x 10, 65 x 20

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 12 x 15

    Leg lifts in Captains chair: 2 sets of 20

    Today, started my deload week. Letting the muscles, tendons, and joints rest after three weeks of heavy lifting.

    1.5 mile walk, 1 mile: 2 min run fast/1 min walk

    3 rounds of the following:

    10 push-ups with bosu ball
    10 pull-ups on pull-up assist machine
    20 leg lifts in captain's chair

    Walked another 1.5 miles this evening.
  6. Weights and Walking

    by , May 8th, 2012 at 11:59 AM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Saturday, May 5
    Hit the weights.

    5 minute warm-up on gauntlet
    Bench press: bar x 5, 65 x 5 2 sets of 95 x 8
    Lat pulldown: 110 x 5, 2 sets of 130 x 8

    Overhead press with dumbbells; 2 sets of 12 x 10

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 12 x 10

    Squats: 3 sets of 65 x 15

    Hip adduction: 2 sets of 130 x 8

    Hip abduction: 2 sets of 130 x 8

    Seat toe raises: 2 sets of 70 x 8

    Captain's Chair Leg Lifts: 3 sets of 20

    Wanted to run later that day, but legs were tired. I guess from squats. I don't thing running and squats go too well together anyway. Legs were sore for a few days, so I have been doing walks each day. On Saturday, Sunday, and MOnday, walked 1.5 miles at a pretty brisk pace. I have a hard time considering walking as real exercise, but I guess it counts for something.
  7. Friday Fin Swim

    by , May 4th, 2012 at 08:49 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Kind of like the idea of swimming with fins while I am working on my upper body strength. Will take the load off my shoulders. Hit the pool around 1 today and did the following workout:

    200 easy

    All below is with fins:

    4 x 50: 25 swim/25 kick on 1:05

    4 x 50: 12.5 uw/12.5 kick/12.5 uw/12.5 swim on 1:00

    4 x 50 on 1:05 - odds are 25 uw/25 swim; evens are 25 uw/25 choice

    3 x 150: 50 kick (10 sec rest)/100 swim on 30 seconds rest

    2 x 150: alternate 25 kick/25 swim

    200 warm-down
  8. Swimming Heaven

    by , May 4th, 2012 at 09:30 AM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Back in the pool for a good workout on Wednesday, May 2. Have to say I fell in love with swimming again. Swam outdoors in a long course pool with perfect weather. Also had my new fins on for the entire workout. The water sliding over me felt wonderful. I felt so much peace shutting out the rest of the world as I swam back and forth. It all reminded me of why I got so into swimming so long ago.

    I can't remember the entire workout as it has been a couple of days, but did a total of 2100 yards. My favorite set was a series of 6 x 50 on 1:00 where we did 25 kick/25 swim.

    Haven't posted since last week, so will just give a brief overview of what I have done and then will post the weights workout I did last night.

    Thursday, April 26
    Ran 3 miles. Threw a little bit of walking in there.

    Friday, April 27
    Weights. Included 3 sets of 5 x 95 on bench press. Was told I should move up to 100 next time I lifted.

    Saturday, April 28
    Two mile run.

    Tuesday, May 1
    Two mile walk

    Wednesday, May 2
    Two mile run
    2100 meter swim

    Thursday, May 3

    Warm-up: 5 min. run/walk on treadmill

    Bench press: bar x 5, 65 x 5, 3 sets of 100 x 5 (well actually got a little bit of help on number 5 rep of last two sets). Will hang out at this weight for a while.

    Lat hi row: 90 x 5, 110 x 5, 3 sets of 140 x 5

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 15 x 10

    Squats: 1 set of 65 x 20

    Seated calf-raise machine ( I have called this ankle extension machine in the past.): 2 sets of 90 x 8

    Captains chair: 3 sets of 20 leg raises
  9. Social workout

    by , April 24th, 2012 at 11:30 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Yes, I do spend more time talking in the weight room than I do actually lifting weights.

    I think I might have run an elderly lady off today when I was telling a friend about my take-home exam in history. I could not help but chuckle when I talked about southerners fears over communism and hippies during the civil rights period. I guess she didn't think it too funny for me to be so casual about it. I suppose if some current protest march in the United States was linked to al-Qaeda, we would all be quite concerned.

    In any case, after taking to my friend and giving a gag gift to another (a wooden sign I found at a thrift store that said, "I stopped running because my thighs rubbed together so much, my underwear caught on fire."), I got started on my routine.

    5 minute on gauntlet.

    Bench press: bar x 10, 65 x 8, 80 x 6, 95 x 4

    Lat hi row: 90 x 10, 110 x 8, 120 x 6, 130 x 4

    Leg press: 130 x 10, 140 x 8, 160 x 6, 180 x 4

    Hip adduction: 2 sets of 130 x 10

    Hip abduction: 2 sets of 110 x 10

    Ankle flexion machine: 2 sets of 70 x 10

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 15 x 10

    Captain's Chair Leg Lifts: 3 sets of 20

    This afternoon, went for a 2 mile run.
  10. Hopeful!

    by , April 18th, 2012 at 10:19 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Well, I was quite shocked that I was not sore on Tuesday after the extensive weight workout that I did. I'm not going to get too excited about it though because the last thing that needs to happen is for me to be overconfident on my weights. Too easy to get hurt! I guess I didn't get sore because I am so well-rested after my two year taper.

    In any case, hit the weight room again today and did the following workout:

    5 minute warm-up on gauntlet

    Bench press: bar x 10, 70 x 6, 90 x 4, 100 x 2

    Lat hi row: 90 x 10, 100 x 6, 110 x 4, 120 x 2

    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 12 x 10

    Squats: Bar x 20

    3 sets of leg lifts in Captain's Chair

    I am somewhat hopeful that I will not have lost too much in the pool. I haven't totally been out of the pool, having done some workouts over the last couple of years. I just haven't done a meet in two years. Meet shape is quite another story. Guess I'll have to enter some this fall to see if I have any hope of getting back to a competitive level.
  11. Countdown to 2013 SCY Nationals

    by , April 16th, 2012 at 06:30 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Nope. No typo in the title. I really mean 2013. Got in good shape for 2010 SCY Nationals and thought I would take a 6 month break from any kind of consistent training. Six months turned into nearly two years. I wasn't too bad of a couch potato during this time. I bowled, hiked, rode my bike at moderate paces, and jogged with my dog. During the last two years, I have done some extensive remodeling on the house and have been working on my masters degree in history. I will be graduating in December provided I pass my oral comprehensive exams.

    In any case, when I saw that SCY Nats was going to be held in Indianapolis next year, I decided I'd better start getting back in shape. I really like the pool at Indy and miss seeing my friends. I'd like to go and make a decent showing which for me means maybe getting lucky and getting a tenth place finish.

    I'm going to try something which some might consider to be somewhat unorthodox.
    I am going to focus on weightlifting before I get back into heavy swimming. In fact, for the first few weeks back, I am going to just use my swimming as a cool-down from my weights. While I am building my strength this summer and early fall, I'll probably stick to drills, easy swimming, and maybe a few sprints at the end. Only after I have built up my strength, will I ease down on the weights and focus more on swimming. My strategy is to build strength and minimize the chance of injury. Also, I hate getting back in the pool and doing regular workouts before I have started doing weights. I always feel pathetically weak!

    I'll probably do a little bit of cross-training, but will keep it to a minimum. I'm more interested in getting strong and swimming well.

    Anyway, here is the workout I did today:

    Warm-up: 5 minutes on the gauntlet

    Bench press: bar x 10, 65 x 8, 85 x 6, 65 x 8, bar x 10

    Lat hi row: 90 x 10, 100 x 8, 110 x 6, 100 x 8, 90 x 10

    Hammer curls: 3 sets of 12 x 10

    Leg Press: 130 x 10, 150 x 8, 170 x 6, 150 x 8, 130 x 10

    Hip adduction: 110 x 10, 120 x 8, 130 x 6, 120 x 8, 110 x 10

    Hip abduction: 110 x 10, 115 x 8, 120 x 6, 115 x 8, 110 x 10

    Seated ankle-flexion machine: 3 sets of 45 x 10

    Captains chair: 3 sets of 20

    1.25 mile walk with 4 x 100 yard sprints
  12. Run in the park

    by , December 11th, 2011 at 03:35 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Had a great run in the park on Saturday morning with my Jack Russell Terrier. Meant to wear the heart rate monitor I just bought to get an idea of my average HR, but forgot it. Ran 5 miles in 46:52, so about a 9:22 per mile pace. Temp was in the mid-40s. Perfect for running. It is so much easier for me to run in temps under 60. Glad I had my mace with me as there were a few odd people wandering about in the park. Not sure I want to run there by myself again.
  13. Short and Sweet

    by , December 10th, 2011 at 02:49 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Here's the short swim workout I did on Friday:

    300: 100 swim/100 kick/100 pull

    4 x 75: 25 drill/50 swim on 1:30

    4 x 150: 100 pull/50 fast kick w/fins on 2:30

    4 x 200 free with 1 minute rest - focus on perfect technique - breathe every 3 on odd 50s and breathe as needed on even 50s

    8 x 25 choice on :30 - alternated 2 free with 2 back

    200 easy

    2000 SCY


    1. The 4 x 150 set is what I call the triathlon transition set. On the swim in a triathlon, you basically pull the swim and let you legs just float behind. You want to save your legs for the bike and run. Still, you have to be ready to jump out of the water, run to the bike, and spin once you get on your bike. Your legs have to be ready to go even if you have not been using them much on the swim. That is where this set comes in handy. It trains your legs to be ready to move fast. I used to do these types of sets back in my triathlon days and found them to be quite helpful.

    2. I would have rather done the 25s on :45 instead of :30 so I could work my speed. I was, however, running out of time, so had to hurry up and get them done. IMHO, on a short set of 25s, you are really wasting your time if you aren't going all out. To work speed, you have to take plenty of time to recover betwen each one. I like to do them on 45 or even one minute. Sometimes I do them on even more rest.
  14. Onward!

    by , December 8th, 2011 at 03:43 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Back to posting. I've been so busy, I have gotten out of the habit of posting my workouts. Still not going as hard as I did two years ago, but intent on staying in decent shape.

    Hit the pool for a quick workout. Air and water temp were perfect.

    200 warm-up
    5 x 100 dolphin kick on 2:00 - held 1:28 to 1:33
    6 x 50 back with paddles on 1:00
    4 x 50 breast kick on 1:00
    1 x 300 kick on side with fins
    6 x 50 - 3 rt/3lt/3 full strokes fly on 1:15
    4 x 25 AFAP fly with fins on :45
    100 easy

    2000 SCY

    4 mile run on treadmill - averaged 10 minutes per mile.

    Bench press - bar x 10, 65 x 8, 85 x 6, 95 x 4

    Lat pull-down - 90 x 10, 110 x 8, 130 x 6, 150 x 4

    Hammer curls - 2 sets of 12 x 10

    Captain's Chair leg lifts - 2 sets of 25

    Plan for right now is to just do weights on upper body. When I do squats or leg presses, my quads do get bigger. I'm trying to avoid having to buy new pants, so think I'll stick with running to work my legs right now.

    No plans to enter any competitions in the near future, but want to be in good enough shape so that if I see one I want to do, I can get in meet shape quickly.
  15. Still around!

    by , October 19th, 2011 at 08:19 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    I know I am not blogging much these days, but I am still working out -unlike a year ago!

    Allergies have been kicked up bad! I am told that this is supposed to be the worst allergy season here yet because of the tornado we had back in the spring. Don't get the tornado connection, but it has been undeniably bad here insofar as allergies are concerned. I am the allergy queen, so when I see what appear to be normal people having trouble, I know things are bad.

    My left eye got so swollen up, my eye doctor ended up having to call in a steroid eye drop after basic antihistamine drops weren't doing the job. I had to stay out of the water most of last week to let the drops do their work. I had something like this come up 21 years ago and put off getting it treated. I ended up getting a corneal ulcer, so I wasn't going to put it off this time. Anyway, eye is much better and I was able to get back in the water yesterday. In the meantime, I have been doing some light running.

    Thursday - Ran 3 miles at a 10 minute per mile pace. My dog doesn't like running this slow and looks back at me to see what my problem is.

    Friday - Hit the old dreadmill and ran 2 miles. With each mile I would try to get faster with each 1/4 mile. I would start off with a 10 minute mile and work my way down to a 8:00 mile for the last 1/4.

    Sunday - Ran 2 miles at a 9:30 per mile pace.

    Tuesday - Finally hit the pool again! Did 4 x 500 on 7:30 as follows:

    1st 500 - kick with fins, alternating 100 free kick with 100 back kick

    2nd 500 - swim

    3rd 500 - kick with fins, alternating 100 dolphin kick on back with 100 back kick

    4th 500 - swim with paddles

    100 easy

    2100 SCY

    Wednesday - Fun at the track! Ran with dog at track - she is great at staying in the appropriate lane.

    Warmed up 1/2 mile then did 4 x 1200 -

    First 1200 - still warming up, so ran around 6:15

    Next 3 1200s - kept between 5:40 and 5:58.
  16. Still here!

    by , October 11th, 2011 at 09:48 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Haven't blogged in a couple of weeks, but I'm still here! The week of September 25, I got real busy and was only able to get in one run and one swim. The week of October 2, I got in two run workouts and a swim workout, but was hit with a stomach bug towards the end of the week. The stomach thing really zapped me, so when I went to the Y today, I really took it easy.

    Felt refreshed after the workout and thankfully did not feel like I had been hit by a truck. Hopefully, I can stay on track now and stay healthy. The Auburn meet is just 4 months away!

    200 warm-up

    200 breast kick

    200 dolphin kick on back

    4 x 50 free with paddles and buoy on :50

    4 x 50 back with paddles on 1:00

    100 easy

    1100 SCY
  17. Encouraged

    by , September 24th, 2011 at 01:31 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Dropped in on the senior kids practice yesterday. They were having a light practice after a week of hard work, so I picked the right time. I would not say it was necessary easy as the practice had a good bit of sprinting involved. What made me feel good was that the coach made a point to tell the swimmers to watch how much power I had when were practicing mid-pool 25s.

    Anyway, here is the workout we did:

    300 easy swim

    400 Reverse I.M. - Swim, kick, drill, swim

    100 free drill

    12 x 25 mid-pool 25s (working turns)

    300 free pull

    12 x 25 - first 6 were 12.5 hard, 12.5 easy, last 6 were build to a sprint

    8 x 50 with fins on 2:00 - 25 underwater/25 back

    100 easy

    2200 SCY


    Son had a cross country meet which was followed by an open 5k. Decided to do the 5k as a workout. No way I could race this one after using my legs as much as I did yesterday. Anyway, I ran at an 8:33 pace per mile which is fine with me at the point in the game. If the weather is decent next weekend, I think I might try taking Friday off and see if I can run at around an 8:00 per mile pace.
  18. The Road to Getting Back in Shape

    by , September 21st, 2011 at 11:09 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    As I have anticipated, the road to getting back in shape is not a short one. The challenge is fun as long as I don't get too discouraged about how slow I must go. I make a point to tell myself that it can only get better.

    Ran 3 miles with my dog. Averaged 9:16 per mile.

    Hit the pool for a workout. The water felt very oily. Several times my pull buoy slipped out because of this.

    Warm-up: 300 swim, 200 kick, 100 pull

    Pyramid (no rest between sets)

    4 x 25 back on :30
    3 x 50 free on 1:00
    2 x 75 dolphin kick on back w/fins on 1:30
    1 x 100 free pull on 2:00
    1 x 100 free pull on 2:00
    2 x 75 dolphin kick on back w/fins on 1:30
    3 x 50 free on 1:00
    4 x 25 back on :30

    6 x 50 fly on 1:15 - alternate 3 rt/3 lt/3 full throughout 50

    100 easy

    2000 SCY

    Time to start hitting the weight room.

    Warmed up on recumbent bike for 15 minutes.

    Leg lifts in Captain's Chair - 2 sets of 25
    Back extensions - 2 sets of 25

    Bench press: bar x 10, 2 sets of 65 x 10
    Lat pulldown: 70 x 10, 2 sets of 110 x 10
    Hammer curls: 2 sets of 10 x 10

    To get a sense of pace off the treadmill, wnet out to track and did 1/2 mile warm-up and then did 6 x 800. It was hot, so I took it pretty easy and averaged about 4:10 on the 800s.

    Later, needed to take my dog out for her exercise so she doesn't pork up. Ran 2.5 miles with her. Did walk a few times because I was tired from running at the track.

    I am finding that my POTs is a somewhat of an issue right now. As I get in better shape, I suspect it will become less so. Conditioning is supposed to help keep it under control. Right now, however, it is challenging to reach that point where I am well-conditioned enough for it not to be too much a factor.

    Any upright exercise really takes a toll on me, but being consistent about it for a month or two is supposed to help the condition. The other day, running three miles at a 9:15 pace really taxed me. I was tired when I did my swim on Tuesday. The heat is not great for it either. I plan to keep plodding on, believing it will get better in a few weeks. I'm trying to be smart about it by taking it easy when I run, but making sure I am getting it in.
  19. Feel of Fall

    by , September 18th, 2011 at 08:10 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    I could feel fall on its way early in the week. Yes, even here in the Deep South it is a coming. On Tuesday, I went out to the track about 7 p.m. The sun was going down and the temps were in the low seventies. Meanwhile the adjacent soccer fields were filled with people of all ages - from middle school to adult- playing soccer. It was indeed a great night to be out. I did 2 miles of the following:

    1 mile of running 300 meters and walking 100 meters - hold under an 8:00 min. per mile pace on 300 meters.

    1 mile of running 200 meters and walking 200 meters - hold a 7:00 to 7:30 per mile pace on 200 meters

    Walked 1/2 to cool down

    Walk/Run of 3.5 miles with dog.

    Hit the pool and did 2000 SCY as follows:

    200 warm-up

    4 x 250 dolphin kick on back with fins on 3:30

    300 easy flutter kick with fins

    4 x 100 back with fins and paddles on 1:30

    100 easy

    2 mile run
  20. Post-Labor Day Workouts

    by , September 10th, 2011 at 08:46 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    A busy week, but I was able to get in a few workouts.

    Did a 2.5 run with my Jack Russell terrier on the trail in the park. Ran at about a 10 minute per mile pace. It cracks me up that my little dog gets so excited about going for a run on the leash. She makes running more fun.

    Got to the pool late, so had just 30 minutes to get in a quick workout. Here is what I did:

    200 warm-up

    4 x 150 free (100 pull with buoy and paddles, 50 kick) on 2:45

    6 x 50 free - easy 25/sprint 25 on :55

    50 easy

    4 x 25 fly with fins AFAP on :45

    150 easy

    1400 SCY

    Ran a 5k with my Jack Russell. Her first 5k! We held an 8:54 per mile pace. Not too bad for a little dog that just weighs 12.9 pounds.

    Went to the Y after the race and got in a quick swim workout as follows:

    Warm-up: 200 S, 200 K, 200 Pull

    4 x 100 dolphin kick with no fins on 2:00 - hold under 1:35

    4 x 100 back pull on 1:30

    6 x 50 fly on 1:15 - 3 rt, 3 lt, 3 full

    4 x 25 fly with fins on :45

    200 easy

    2000 SCY

    Not leaning up too well. I just love sweets too much and am finding it hard to give them up. Truly a vice for me. I only have one alcoholic drink a month, but I usually have one sweet a day. Unfortunately, the sweet is not just a small cookie. It usually is a piece of pie, a blizzard, or a candy bar. I have not right to whine about not dropping the pounds until I give that stuff up. Don't know if I can do it!
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