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  1. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 1/6/17

    by , January 5th, 2017 at 03:33 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up

    3 x 100 1:40
    4 x 75 IM/stroke 1:30
    3 x 100 1:30
    6 x 50 Alternate 1 stroke/1 free 1:00

    Kick set
    1 x 300 50 easy/50 strong 6:30
    6 x 50 Descend 1-3/4-6 1:10

    IM/Stroke set
    1 x 150 IM/free 3:00
    1 x 75 IM 1:30
    1 x 50 stroke 1:15
    3 x 25 stroke :40
    3x through
    150s: Fly/Free, Back/Free, Brst/Free by 50
    50s & 25s: Rd1=fly, Rd2=back, Rd3=breast

    Free/pull set
    1 x 300 negative split 4:15
    4 x 75 last 25 strong 1:10
    1 x 300 negative split 4:00
    4 x 75 last 50 strong 1:05
    1 x 300 Best effort

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4550 yards
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  2. Power & Swim

    Okee doke, already wrote my blog and it did it go through🙃
    I can't wait till next week! I get my new phase w/o, not really so much a fan of the power phase. Plus with my trainer and coach both gone for the holidays all this gets kinda lonely, not hearing any input, or my coach telling " one more one more". I do see and feel myself getting better and stronger, just want to hear it from my superiors!!😆😅

    Power

    Snatch 25# fast 2 sets
    Swing 35# fast 2 sets
    lundge jump fast 2 sets
    Spd skiers fast 2 sets
    slam MB 15# fast 2 sets
    tuck jumps fast 2 sets
    Asst pulls slow 2 sets
    push ups slow 2 sets
    goblet sqts 30# slow 2 sets

    Swim

    400 w/u
    10 50's mix kick
    10 50's Mix kick fast
    6 100's pull bouy
    6 25's breaststroke
    400 free mod fast pace
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  3. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 1/5/17

    by , January 4th, 2017 at 01:06 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up
    1 x 200 3:10 3:00
    2 x 100 1:40 1:30
    3 x 50 stroke choice 1:15 1:15
    2x through

    Kick set
    2 x 150 50 strong/50 easy/50 strong 3:15

    Stroke set
    1 x 100 1:40
    1 x 50 1:10
    4 x 25 :40
    3x through
    100s: 50 stroke/50 free
    25s: Strong
    Rd1=fly, Rd2=back, Rd3=breast

    Free/pull set
    3 x 100 1:30 1:20 1:15
    3 x 75 1:15 1:10 1:05
    3 x 50 1:00 0:50 0:45
    3 x 25 0:35 0:30 0:20
    3x through – RD1 intervals left, RD2 middle, RD3 right
    *Break 30 seconds between rounds
    100s: Descend 1-3
    75s: Build
    50s: Be consistent on all three swims
    25s: Sprint

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4600 yards
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  4. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 1/4/17

    by , January 3rd, 2017 at 12:43 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up

    2 x 150 2:30
    4 x 75 1:15
    6 x 50 stroke 2 fly, 2 back, 2 breast 1:15
    3 x 100 1:30

    Kick/IM/Stroke/Free set
    1 x 75 kick 1:30
    1 x 75 stroke 1:30
    1 x 75 IM 1:30
    1 x 75 free 1:30
    4x through
    75 strokes: Rd1=fly, 2=back, 3=breast, 4=free
    75 IMs: Descend 1-4
    75 freestyles: Descend 1-4

    Free/pull set
    3 x 50 descend 1-3 1:00
    1 x 50 90% 1:15
    3 x 75 descend 1-3 1:15
    1 x 75 90% 1:30
    3 x 100 descend 1-3 1:30
    1 x 100 90% 2:00
    3 x 200 descend 1-3 3:00
    1 x 200 90%

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4300 yards
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  5. Wuh?

    by , January 2nd, 2017 at 04:57 PM (Alex's swim journal)
    It's been more than a year since I've posted... wuh? Guess things have been crazy busy. Tomorrow I'm headed to Perú for the rest of the week and through the weekend... Maybe a swim at altitude in Cuzco.

    Swimming has been very sporadic, so I'm way out of shape. Today I got in and did:

    2K/40:00:

    10 x 200 free on 4:00 (alt. fr/pull w/buoy)
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  6. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 1/3/17

    by , January 2nd, 2017 at 03:12 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    HAPPY NEW YEAR to all!

    SCY

    Warm up
    1 x 200 3:10 3:00
    1 x 150 2:20 2:15
    2 x 50 1:00 :45
    6 x 25 :40 :40
    2x through
    25s: 2 fly, 3 back, 2 breast
    RD1 intervals left, RD2 right

    Kick
    2 x 75 1:30
    3 x 50 descend 1:10
    6 x 25 sprint kick :40

    IM/Stroke set
    6 x 25 Fly :40
    1 x 200 IM/stroke 3:30
    6 x 25 back :40
    1 x 200 IM/stroke 3:30
    6 x 25 breast :40
    1 x 200 IM/stroke 3:30
    25s: Swim 2 moderate/1 strong
    200s: Descend 1-3

    Free/pull set
    3 x 150 descend 1-3 2:15
    1 x 200 strong 85+% 3:00
    2 x 150 last 50 strong 2:15
    1 x 200 strong 85+% 3:00
    1 x 150 last 100 strong 2:15
    1 x 200 best effort 3:00

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4400 yards
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  7. Thanks, Coach! (January-February 2017)

    by , January 1st, 2017 at 01:00 AM (SWIMMER Editorials)
    If you’re fortunate enough to be swimming with an organized USMS program, complete with teammates and a coach, you’re experiencing Masters Swimming at its best. An organized club leader creates an environment in which several other things can occur.

    For starters, just having someone who’s made the commitment to get up earlier than early, to beat the swimmers to the pool and get things ready for morning practice, is often underappreciated. If you’ve ever swum in a program with no coach, or swum with a coach with spotty attendance, you know what I mean. If you get to the pool and get to jump in and start swimming—without wrestling tarps or dragging lane lines—all the more fortunate you are.

    Some coaches are swimmers themselves, and like to lead by example. Some do their best work without ever getting in the water. Most Masters coaches I’ve met have one thing in common: They derive a profound sense of accomplishment from helping their swimmers succeed.

    And success comes in different flavors.

    Whether you’re learning breaststroke for the first time or training to break a world record, a good coach approaches all your goals with equal zeal. Whether you show up five days a week and grind out every length with gusto or a few times a month as respite from a crazy schedule because being in the water is the only time you get to relax and you just want to float up and down the lane in a meditative daze, a good Masters coach is there for you. A great Masters coach accepts that these situations can occur for the same person.

    This kind of support has a trickle-down effect. In my experience, there isn’t a friendlier bunch of people than a Masters swim team, and a lot of that stems from good leadership. A smart coach taps the talent on the team for tasks that give rise to a vibrant social network, one that transcends scoring points at a championship meet and puts as much emphasis on each meet day’s after-party.

    And since swimmers are the nicest people on the planet, I don’t need to remind you to thank your coach—you probably already have. Whether you show your appreciation with home-baked goodies and gift cards or a smile and thanks after a workout, a good Masters coach needs to know how much your swimming experience means to you. Words and deeds that translate to “Thanks, Coach!” are what keep this cycle going.

    Thanks to all the great coaches who are making magic happen on pool decks across the country.
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  8. 2x workout not so sure, for me

    The past 2 weeks I had been doing both my dry land and swim workouts the same day, sometimes doubling my swims.
    im finding my muscles (not so much joints) are tighter and achier. I hydrate and fuel enough I believe, perhaps it's my position on certain strokes and or kicks in the pool, or could be my body adapting to the new weights of the power phase I'm currently doing with Rittersp. Anywho, I lightened up on my workout, alternating them and feeling better. I've always been hard on my self as some of us are our own worst critics😬😆😇

    swim
    450 easy warm up, bilateral breathing, tight turns off the wall
    10 50's mixed kicks
    6 25's one arm fly
    10 50's mixed kicks
    6 25's breaststroke
    6 100 pull bouy, bilateral breathing, catch up, pull, easy
    6 100's mod pace, tight core, shoulder to ear, long reach,pull, finger tips down anchor pull, complete stroke, flutter kick small and tight, imagining swimming, making a tunnel!!😆😆 crazy!.. Huh!!
    2,950scy indoor pool.. Short swim for me..
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  9. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/30/16

    by , December 29th, 2016 at 03:17 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up
    1 x 200 3:15
    4 x 50 stroke, 1 of each IM order 1:10
    4 x 100 1:30

    Kick/IM/Stroke/free set
    3 x 50 kick 1:10
    3 x 50 Stroke, 1 fly, 1 back, 1 breast 1:10
    3 x 50 free descend 1-3 1:00
    2 x 75 kick 1:45
    2 x 75 IM/stroke 1:30
    2 x 75 free last 25 fast 1:15
    1 x 150 kick 2:45
    1 x 150 IM/stroke 3:00
    1 x 150 free negative split 2:15
    2x through
    *Break 1-minute between rounds

    Free/pull set
    4 x 150 descend 1-4 2:15
    4 x 150 last 50 fast 2:05 #4 is easy warm down

    Total: 4700 yards
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  10. Great power phase & Swim

    Power phase
    Snatch 25# fast 2 sets
    Swing KB 35# fast 2 set
    Lunge jmp fast 2 sets
    Spd Skiers fast 2 sets
    Slam MB 16# fast 2sets
    Tuck jmp fast 2 sets
    Asst pull ups slow 2 sets
    push ups 12 slow 2 sets
    Goblet sqts 30# slow 2 sets

    rest 30 min

    Swim scy
    350 mod pace warm up, tight turns, dolphin off wall
    10 50's kick sets
    6 25's fly single arm alternate
    6 100 pull bouy, catch up, pull drill
    6 25's breaststroke
    6 150's bi lateral breathing, pull, tight turns, dolphin off wall

    pretty much a jelly fish now, need rest for tomorrow is another swim day. Also getting ready for the Gulf Masters Swimming Challange!! Got to work on getting those yards in!!
  11. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/29/16

    by , December 28th, 2016 at 03:27 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up
    1 x 200 3:15
    2 x 100 1:30
    3 x 75 IM/stroke 1:30
    4 x 50 descend 1-4 1:00
    5 x 25 choice :40

    Kick set
    2 x 100 2:15
    3 x 50 descend 1:15
    4 x 25 sprint kick :45

    IM/Stroke set
    1 x 200 IM/stroke 3:30
    1 x 100 IM/stroke 1:45
    3 x 50 Stroke 1 fly, 1 back, 1 breast 1:10
    6 x 25 stroke fast, 2 fly, 2 back, 2 breast :40 #6 on 1-minute
    2x through

    Free/pull set
    3 x 200 descend 1-3 3:00
    1 x 200 fast 85-90% 3:30
    3 x 100 descend 1-3 1:30
    1 x 100 fast 85-90% 2:00
    3 x 75 descend 1-3 1:10
    1 x 75 fast 85-90% 2:00
    3 x 50 descend 1-3 1:00
    1 x 50 fast 85-90% 1:30

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4550 yards
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  12. Back to the Basics - Backstroke

    by , December 27th, 2016 at 01:52 PM (Rules Committee Blog)
    Happy New Year to all and best wishes for a great 2017 winter swim season! This month's blog entry continues our "back to the basics" series with a review of the rules and frequently asked questions involving backstroke.

    The Backstroke Start
    Last month, we summarized the rules for the forward start, but we know that backstroke starts are different. The backstroke start must be performed in the water. During the starting sequence, the familiar short whistles are still used to signal swimmers to remove all clothing except for swimwear and prepare for your event, and the long whistle is the signal to enter the water. Please enter the water in a safe manner - preferably feet first! For backstroke events only, there is a second long whistle which is the signal for swimmers "take their positions on the wall without undue delay". The second long whistle replaces what some swimmers might remember as the "place your feet" command.

    When assuming a starting position, the rules require swimmers to line up in the water facing the starting end of the course with both hands on the starting grips or the gutter. (Sometimes the horizontal bar with the starting grips is too high for some swimmers, so this rule means that it is acceptable to grab the gutter or the end wall if there is no gutter.)

    What about the position of the feet at the start? There is no explicit requirement for the feet to be placed under the surface of the water, but the toes cannot extend over the lip of the gutter and swimmers may not bend the toes over the lip of the gutter, before or immediately following the start. (What if there is no gutter? In "flat wall" pools with no gutters, we interpret this rule to mean that the toes cannot extend over the edge of the pool deck.)

    Upon the "take your mark" command, swimmers may assume any position that does not violate these rules regarding feet, hand, or starting position.

    The Stroke
    The rules say that swimmers must "push off on the back and continue swimming on the back throughout the race". The rules also say that "some part of the swimmer must break the surface of the water throughout the race, except that it shall be permitted for the swimmer to be completely submerged during the turn and for a distance of not more than 15 meters after the start and after each turn". This means that swimmers are permitted to kick underwater (any style of kick) after the start and after each turn, but the head must break the surface of the water within 15 meters.

    Sometimes people ask if different styles of backstroke are permitted. What about "double arm" backstroke or what some of us might have learned as "elementary backstroke" with a breaststroke kick? The rule only requires that a swimmer remain on the back throughout the race (except for the turn), so any stroke or kick variation is permitted as long as swimmers remain on the back.

    Many swimmers swim backstroke with a lot of body rotation. How far can a swimmer rotate along the body axis? In our glossary, we define "on the back" as meaning "at or past the vertical towards the back", so rotating up to 90 degrees is permitted throughout the race. Kicking on the side is permitted off of starts and turns as long as the swimmer does not rotate past the vertical towards the breast.

    The Turn
    The backstroke turn is sometimes complicated to describe. There is a pretty straightforward rule that "some part of the swimmer must touch the wall" upon completion of each length of the race. That means that an "old school" open turn is still permitted with a hand touch (or a head touch - ouch!). The swimmer can turn in any manner desired once a legal touch is made as long as the swimmer is still on the back when the feet leave the wall after the turn.

    What about a backstroke flip turn? Of course, a backstroke flip turn is also legal and commonly used during competition. Swimmers are permitted (not required) to rotate past the vertical towards the breast only during the turn. Once the swimmer has rotated towards the breast, one immediate continuous single arm pull or simultaneous double arm pull may be used to initiate the turn.

    Now here is the important part of the rule that sometimes trips people up: "Once the body has left the position on the back, any kick or arm pull must be part of the continuous turning action". By the time the swimmer has turned and then completed the one permitted arm pull, the swimmer must initiate the turn. Any kicking into the wall or gliding into the wall without initiating the turn is an infraction. Any additional pulling is also an infraction. (This is one area of the rules where there are still some differences between organizations. High School and NCAA rules permit kicking and gliding into the wall.)

    What if I turn over, leaving a position on the back, intending to do a flip turn, but then touch the wall with my hand instead? Since the rules only say that some part of the swimmer must touch the wall, if there was no other independent glide, kick, or arm pull, this action is legal as long as the swimmer touches the wall during the one allowed continuous arm pull. However, if the swimmer takes another arm pull to make it to the wall, that would be an infraction.

    The Finish
    Finally, the rules say that the swimmer must touch the wall while on the back. No turning over or around to look for the wall!

    Many swimmers dive backwards for the finish in an effort to finish hard and reach for the wall. What if this technique results in the swimmer being completely submerged before the finish? Since the rule says that some part of the swimmer must break the surface of the water, it would be an infraction if the official observes that the entire body is underwater. Generally, officials must make this observation while observing the swim before shifting their gaze to observe the touch itself. It needs to be pretty clear that absolutely no part of the body - not even a toe - is breaking the surface of the water. Most swimmers who dive for the wall will have the head, arm, and upper body submerged, but the feet remain above the water surface.

    Charles Cockrell
    USMS Rules Committee Chair
  13. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/28/16

    by , December 27th, 2016 at 12:38 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up
    2 x 200 3:15
    2 x 75 IM/stroke 1:30
    2 x 200 3:00
    6 x 25 2 fly, 2 back, 2 breast :40

    Kick set
    4 x 100 last 25 fast 2:15

    Freestyle set
    2 x 50 moderate 1:00
    1 x 50 establish your 200 free pace 1:30
    1 x 200 Race pace 100% 4:00
    2 x 50 moderate 1:00
    1 x 50 establish your 100 free pace 1:30
    1 x 100 Race pace 100% 2:30
    2 x 50 moderate 1:00
    1 x 50 Race pace 100% 2:00

    Free/pull set
    1 x 200 3:00 2:40
    1 x 100 1:30 1:20
    1 x 50 1:00 1:00
    4x through
    *Rd1/2 intervals left, Rd3/4 intervals right

    IM/stroke set
    6 x 25 :40
    3x through
    Rd1 Fly, Rd2 Back, Rd3 Breast

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4300 yards
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  14. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/27/16

    by , December 26th, 2016 at 01:18 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up
    3 x 100 free 1:40
    2 x 50 stroke #1 fly, #2 back 1:15
    3 x 100 free 1:30
    2 x 50 stroke #1 back, #2 breast 1:15
    3 x 100 free 1:30
    2 x 50 stroke #1 breast, #2 fly 1:15

    Kick set
    4 x 75 1:45
    8 x 25 fast :45

    IM/stroke/free set
    1 x 100 IM/stroke 1:45
    1 x 100 free 1:30
    2 x 75 IM/stroke (fly, back, breast) 1:30
    2 x 75 free last 25 strong 1:15
    3 x 50 stroke #1 fly, 2 back, 3 breast 1:15
    3 x 50 free :45
    *Rest 1-minute between rounds
    2x through

    Free/pull set
    2 x 75 1:05
    3 x 100 descend 1-3 1:30
    4 x 150 Last 50 fast 2:15

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4550 yards
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  15. Long swim

    500 easy, catch up, pull, tight turns, working on dolphin off wall
    10 50's mix kick sets, free,back,breast,dolphin,otter
    300 mod fast pace, bouy, alternate breathing sides
    10 50's mix kick sets
    10 25's breaststroke
    10 25's fly, one arm alternate
    10 25's otter
    900 easy, catch up, pull, tight turns, dolphin off wall.

    great swim!!
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  16. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/23/16

    by , December 22nd, 2016 at 03:58 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    Happy Holidays to all from SYSM!
    SCY

    Warm up

    1 x 250 free 3:45
    2 x 125 IM/stroke #1 50 free, #2 50 breast 1:45
    2 x 125 free 1:45
    2 x 125 IM/stroke #1 50 back, #2 50 fly 2:00
    5 x 50 descend 1-5 free or choice stroke 1:00

    Kick set #1
    3 x 100 last 25 fast 2:15

    IM/stroke
    1 x 200 IM/stroke 3:30
    4 x 25 stroke strong 85% :40
    25s: Rd1 = fly, Rd2 = Back, Rd3 = Breast, Rd4 = free
    4x through

    Free/pull set
    1 x 200 cruise 3:00
    1 x 100 build 1:30
    1 x 50 strong 90+% 1:00
    4x through

    Kick set #2
    1 x 25 then vertical kick for 30 seconds (no fins) 1:15
    4x through

    Warm down
    4 x 50 1:00

    Total: 4150 yards
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  17. I don't even play golf!

    by , December 22nd, 2016 at 09:51 AM (After a long rest)
    I had been feeling increasing pain in my elbows since the beginning of 2016. Initially it was sore after practice but would go away and later my right elbow developed ongoing pain to the point that it would throb constantly. After spring nationals I finally decided to go and see a physical therapist who gave me exercises I incorporated into my dry lands to strengthen the affected muscles. It's hear I heard the term golfers elbow. My left elbow reacted really well to treatment and gradually the pain went away. Unfortunately the right elbow did not react the same and actually continued to get more painful. After several more months of trying to rehab the right elbow I moved to an orthopedic surgeon. We did an MRI which initially did not highlight a tear and we tried a cortisone injection and no use of the arm while swimming. Still the pain grew and now I was struggling sleeping. I would go to sleep but was woken by a radiating pain in my elbow. Next the orthopedic surgeon asked for a contrast MRI which highlighted 3 tears; 2 in the medial epicondyle and 1 in the bicep tendon. By this point I had swelling in my forearm and numbness in the arm and hand. We tried a PRP injection and finally a stem cell injection. Both seemed to help with the swelling but again the pain continued to radiate from the funny bone. The final straw was a local meet where I had pain during my race.

    Last Tuesday 13th December I had surgery to cut and reattach the medial epicondyle tendons and the bicep tendon. The doctor also elected to move the ulnar nerve and clean up the affected area. Nothing against doctors or hospitals but I am a nervous patient and I don't like being in hospital.

    The surgery took about 90 minutes and the pre op process was very smooth. When i came around the first thing I noticed was the radiating pain from the injury had gone. I had spoken to the surgeon about my desire to not use narcotic pain meds like condene due to my dislike of the affect and it causing me nausea. The point of the surgery was obviously sore but the pain was definitely different. I used over the counter pain meds for a few days and was then at the point of not needing any.

    I am now a week out from surgery and doing great. I have a hard splint and it's a pain in the butt, but have my post op and first physical therapy appointment next week so hope to be able to start moving the arm soon. The no exercise for 2 weeks has been and will likely continue to drive me nuts but I am hanging in there. It's my hope I can start kicking as soon as the stitches heal. Rehab is 3-4 months so it's going to be a long road to recover. I am setting Budapest and World Masters Championship as my light at the of this tunnel. I will do my best to follow doctors orders during my recovery and suspect like all journeys there will be ups and downs. I just hope mine is now too hilly. Feeling good though!!!
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  18. Power phase & swim

    Snatch 25# fast
    Swing kb 35# fast
    Lunge jump fast
    Spd skiers 10x fast
    Slam 16# med ball fast
    Tuck jump fast
    Asst pull up 12x slow
    Push ups 12 slow
    Goblet sqt 30# slow

    swim
    450 catch up pull, tight turns, dolphin off wall
    20 50's mix kick set free, back,breast,dolphin, otter
    12 25's caterpillar
    6 100's catch up, pull, alternate side breathing
    6 25's breaststroke
    6 25's otter.

    My swim coach is out of town for the holidays, I really feel I need a change of pase, this workout is becoming effortless unless I shorten the times, but then again I feel the technique may begin to weaken.

    Also wish I had someone to do these swim workouts with!!
  19. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout 12/22/16

    by , December 21st, 2016 at 03:28 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters GOLD Workout)
    SCY

    Warm up

    4 x 75 25 free/25 stroke/25 free 1:40
    4 x 75 free 1:20
    4 x 75 IM 1:40
    4 x 75 descend 1-4 1:10
    4 x 75 kick 2:00

    IM/stroke/free set
    10 x 75 free 1:15
    10 x 50 stroke 1:10
    10 x 25 fast choice :40
    *75s: Odds fast, evens easy
    *50s: 3 fly, 3 back, 3 breast, #10 easy free

    Free/pull set
    1 x 500 cruise stretch it out 7:30
    5 x 100 descend to fast 1-5 1:30
    10 x 50 :45 last 4 easy warm down on 1:00

    Total: 4500 yards
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  20. Workout 12/20/16: evening

    by , December 20th, 2016 at 10:24 PM (Maple Syrup with a Side of Chlorine)
    200 swim/100 kick/200 pull

    12 x 75 on :10sr [held 1:15]
    - swim kick pull
    - focus on 4 fast ones of each
    - used snorkel for 1-6

    [200 easy as others finished]

    12 x 50 on 1:00 pull
    - 3 each [breathe every 3/only to right/only left/every 5]
    - used snorkel

    12 x 25 on :40
    - odds fast, evens ez

    100 loosen and out
    [Masters/Rec/2600 yds/60 min]
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    Kind of a Twelve Days of Christmas theme, or at least my best attempt Good swim with Tim, Jim, Carol, and Rebecca.
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