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  1. back in the groove...

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 03:33 PM (Alex's swim journal)
    I took Monday off of swimming because the schedule was pretty crowded and I figured I'd have more time on Tuesday to get in a good workout. It didn't bother me much at the time--missing Monday, I mean--I had not missed a day of swimming in almost two weeks, but yesterday I didn't have as much time as I thought (it's finals week after all and the grading has been piling up) and what I did swim felt very sluggish: 2K at glacial pace.

    Today, I also ran out of time and had to abbreviate my swim, only 2500 in 47 minutes, but I felt better about the quality of the swimming. Here's what I did:

    500 mixed stroke warm-up (fr,br,bk,br,fr)
    10 x 50 on 1:00 (25s hard, cruise after the turn; :41-:44)
    100 breast (2:00, followed by :45 rest)
    1000 in 16:17*
    300 fr cool-down in 5:00

    *4 x thru: 200 hard/50 EZ (200s in 3:03, 3:03, 3:08, 3:07)
    [revision, 12/18: re-reading this now and thinking about a similar workout for tomorrow, but notice this is only 2400 SCY in 44:00, I think I'm missing an extra 100 bk in the cool-down... that usually adds another 2.5 minutes to the workout]

    In addition to the hard 200s, a lactate threshold workout, I was happy to get in a little sprint work with the hard 25s. I paused at the wall to peek at the pace clock at 25 yards for my last two reps in that set and noticed :17. That's just absolutely smoking' for this slow twitch guy. But I think I'm so slow-mo that I really should be doing more of this kind of stuff to improve my pace for those longer distances I like to swim. At the very least it made the faster 200s seem more in control.

    Later on, maybe tonight if I get a chance, I'll have to write about some of the things I learned from the SCM meet last weekend. I checked my splits for the 1500M and looked at some video Scotty's daughter took of my 200... and there are definitely some things I'd like to do to improve!

    Last night I was distracted by TCM's screening of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"... what a classic! I'm going to have to get that soundtrack.

    "Blondie" (Eastwood's character) to Tuco (Eli Wallach): "There a two kinds of people in the world... those with loaded guns, and those who dig."

    Updated December 18th, 2012 at 03:36 PM by mcnair

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  2. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 AM Workout -12/13/20122

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 03:26 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 a.m. Workout)
    SCY
    WARM UP:
    2 X 150 2:30 2:15
    3 X 100 1:40 1:30
    2 X 75 1:15 1:05
    Two rounds. Round 1 intervals left, 2 right.

    1 X 200 kick 2:30
    4 X 50 kick 1:10
    8 X 25 sprint kick :40
    1 X 100 swim

    4 X 100 1:45
    4 X 75 1:15
    4 X 50 1:00
    4 X 25 sprint :40
    Choice. on 100's, 75's and 50's #4 swim @100%.

    1 X 300 4:15
    1 X 200 2:50
    4 X 100 1:20
    1 X 200 2:40
    1 X 300 -
    Pull freestyle

    WARM DOWN: 4 X 50 easy 1:00

    4800Y
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  3. Reset 12/12/12

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 11:56 AM (The Labours of SwimStud)
    So I started over with training today. I still have some way to go with my knee and getting all the swelling down and strength back.
    I opted to go light on HIT work and put in a good base building set.

    Warm Up
    400 FR
    4 x 50 UW(max distance) SDK w/fins 1:30
    2 x 50 EZ
    4 x 25 Burst n Cruz 1:15
    1 x 50
    4 x 25 BR Kick easy/moderate...want to be cautious but still do the motion.
    1 x 50

    Main
    6 x 200 FR 3:30
    200 EZ
    150 EZ/50 Fast
    100 EZ/100 Fast
    50 EZ/150 Fast
    200 Fast
    200 EZ
    I did these from 3:00 down to 2:45..focus on trying to remain long and smooth with speed that I can maintain.

    HIT Set- 4 times through
    2 x 50 K Moderate 1:30
    :30 Moderate/Fast VK
    25 Fast (100 Pace) :10R, 75 Smooth.
    Rest to next top with at least :20R
    I was doing this on about 5mins per set. Some HIT purists might want more rest which is fine...I felt I was replicating the end of a 100 with this...fatiguing the legs and system then going into as hard 25. The VK really help get the kick together and I felt powerfully connected to the water with my kick on the fast 25, and my 2 x 50's got faster without exerting greater effort.

    Cool
    4 x 50 EZ (snuck in a little BR)

    Updated December 12th, 2012 at 12:16 PM by SwimStud

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  4. 12.12.12 - Wednesday workout

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 09:52 AM (Pete's swim blog)
    Swam w/ Aundrey, Roger, Dave, Dave, Dave and Ray. Feeling worn down after two fairly big workouts. Had to gut my way through this one. First set was a somewhat poor effort but I picked up some on the kick sets.

    SCY

    700 Warm up

    100 IM - 1:40, 75 IM - 1:40 (Fly/bk/br)
    100 IM - 1:35, 75 IM - 1:35 (Fly/bk/br)
    100 IM - 1:30, 75 IM - 1:30 (Fly/bk/br)
    100 IM - 1:25, 75 IM - 1:25 (Fly/bk/br)
    100 IM - 1:20, 75 IM - 1:20 (Fly/bk/br) <- failed... drop 25
    75 IM - 1:15, 50 stroke - 1:15
    75 IM - 1:10, 50 stroke - 1:10
    75 IM - 1:05, 50 stroke - 1:05
    75 IM - 1:00, 50 stroke - 1:00 <-took a small break to get back on the right interval
    75 IM - :55, 50 stroke - :55 <- failed... drop 25
    50 bk - :50, 25 stroke - :50
    50 br - :45, 25 stroke - :45
    50 fly - :40, 25 stroke - :40
    50 fly - :35, 25 stroke - :35
    50 fly - :30, 25 stroke - :30 <- failed... drop 25
    25 fly - :25, rest :25
    25 fly - :20, rest :20
    25 free - :15, rest :15
    25 free - :10, rest :10 <- failed... the end
    25 easy

    50 fly - :50, 50 kick fly - :50
    50 bk - :50, 50 kick bk - :50
    50 br - :50, 50 kick br - :50
    50 fr - :50, 50 kick fr - :50
    4 x 50 kick - :50 IM Order
    50 Easy

    4 x 100 - 1:30 50 stroke/50 kick, IM Order
    This quickly turned into a 400 IM done as 50 stroke/50 kick. Made 6:05.

    5 x 100 bk pull - 1:30, descend (1:28->1:20)
    5 x 100 free pull - 1:30, descend (1:13->1:00)

    400 IM (50 stroke/50 kick) timed - 6:03

    200 Cool down

    (5350 Total)
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  5. Kick, Kick, Kick it up with NO FINS!

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 09:09 AM (Mixing it up this year)
    Today I decided to kick but with no fins at all. My focus for the day was legs and kicking.

    500 free
    200 breast kick
    200 free kick
    100 breast kick
    100 free kick
    50 breast kick
    50 free kick

    8x25@:05RI torque drill
    8x25@:05RI breast pull w/paddles and flutter kick
    200 free w/paddles maintain a 6 beat kick
    200 free w/paddle on right hand 4 kicks on the paddle hand
    200 free w/paddle on left hand 4 kicks on the paddle hand
    300 free maintain a 6 beat kick

    total 2500 yards
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  6. Back into the "routine"!

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 11:36 PM (Chowmi's Blog)
    Well, I am happy to report I am on target to average 2 workouts a week. Strategically, I try to go on Tues/Thurs which are IM/stroke day.

    My freestyle is feeling pretty good. I have slight twinges on the turns, but no sharp stabbing pains. Back and breast feel pretty good as well. It's a bit of a surprise, but fly is where I feel my wounds the most. Partly from the continuous motion, my guts aren't sure which incision to spill out of - bellybutton is the frontrunner but the upper middle chest one is a contender as well. Guess I better just swim faster and get to the wall sooner!

    I had some really good times the first 2 days back - maybe because I was actually rested, if not in fine-tuned shape! I did a broken 50 to a set of 125's (about 4 min interal or so). 25 5 sec 25 and descended 33 to 30 flat, so I would say my theoretical speed is intact. I think i'll add that to my standard vocabulary - theoretical speed. Not to be confused with one-step-away from speed. I give myself one year grace period to cite the gallbladder episode.

    And now, onto other interesting updates!

    1. Claire took it upon herself to get her grade changed!!!! She was completely miffed when her 2nd report card did not show the grade change. So before the end of the day, she went to the principal and vice-principal all by herself and asked them to change it. They said they would and to check back with them. I was quite amazed but really glad she didn't need help from me. Her teacher has been out sick for the last 8 weeks! I guess changing a kid's grade from an 88 to a 93 is pretty low on the totem pole if you are that sick! It is indeed changed in the official records. Hooray for Claire!

    2. Almost done xmas shopping! Thank god for amazon, zappos, and frontier airline gift certificates. What else to get the man of the house!!

    3. Check out these cool swimming t-shirts! I got one for my kids' swim coach.

    [ame]http://www.cafepress.com/simiansoul/7953390[/ame]
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  7. Tuesday, Dec.11 - Just Keep Swimming

    Felt really sluggish this morning - two nights of too little and poor quality sleep. Then when I jumped in the water, it actually felt warm - when I checked the thermometer, it was 86 degrees. Net effect, my arms felt tired and I felt like I couldn't get a good pull in the water. So, I didn't have as much speed and I just focused on "Keep on Swimming".

    Swam with Peter, the two Dave's and Danny. Keith was back after being gone, but he was doing his own thing today.

    100 Free
    12x100 - 3 each on 1:35, 1:30, 1:25, 1:20 (just swam the last three straight thru)
    1650 Free - 24:15
    4x100 Free on 1:30
    4x100 IM on 2:00 (descended from 1:43 to 1:33)
    4x100 Free on 1:30
    200 Kick
    12x50 on 1:00 - 5 free, 5 back, 2 fly
    100 Kick
    5x100 Back w/paddles 1:40

    5550 yards
    105 minutes
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  8. Bummer from the summer!

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 07:19 PM (The Labours of SwimStud)
    Well I've been absent from the blogs since October. If you haven't heard, I managed to tear my meniscus somehow or at least the tear became a problem in the late summer. Backing off, and resting/icing didn't work as I kept getting pain and I had a trim on Nov 15.

    It all went well and I went to BU to swim in NEM SCM Champs this past weekend. I was not at my best times but considering last years time I don't look too far off YOY. Last year I felt I didn't want to race, this year I did, but a bit of a layoff and rest up over thanksgiving left me with a rather tight-fitting suit jacket and some apprehension about entering the meet.
    However, by Dec1 I feltI'd had a very rapid recovery to about 85-90% and entered. To save my psyche I ditched all BR events so as not to have a bad time hanging over me for a year or more importantly to rush the recovery. I want to swim fast Breaststroke again...so I am prepared to be patient in my rehab and strengthening.
    All things considered; the knee, lack of fitness, lack of race practice and an abundance of body hair...I felt I did OK. I didn't hurt myself and I had a great time. My times were what they were. I even debuted with a competitive 100 Backstroke and did my first SCM 50 to give me events to swim.

    When I got home I looked up last year's times and I think I did pretty well by comparison.
    2011
    50 FR 31.58
    100 FR 1:11.1
    50 FL 36.04
    2012
    50 FR 32.18
    100 FR 1:11.22
    50 FL 35.21

    Not bad at all...especially since I didn't have a valid excuse last year, and then had a great SCY season.

    Updated December 11th, 2012 at 09:52 PM by SwimStud

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  9. Tuesday, December 11, 2012

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 06:07 PM (I swim, therefore I am)
    SCY@Catalina Isle Community HOA Pool (1 Length/12.5 yards)
    Air temp of 76, pool at 79, 100% water clarity.
    Cloudy, rainy skies with humidity at 90%

    Warm Up @FCGU
    200 yards FR
    1x1000 RIMO

    *Set 1*
    3(500 FR, 200 BR as 50K/50S)
    Descend effort 1-3

    *Set 2*
    4(100 DK, 100 Scull, 100 Fly as 25k/25dr/50S)

    *Set 3*
    2 Rounds Fast/No breath
    2(12x12.5 on :20)
    4 each; Fly, BR, FR

    200 FR quite warm down, slow motion EVF setup.

    Comments
    • A very rainy cloudy SWF morning with approaching thunderstorms. I was able to get in 1000 yds at FGCU before getting kicked out due to lightning. Did not stick around to see when the FGCU pool would reopen, but went on to work and later did a noontime swim at our community pool.
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  10. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 AM Workout -12/12/20122

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 12:34 PM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 a.m. Workout)
    SCY
    WARM UP:
    1 X 300 4:30 4:30
    3 X 100 1:40 1:30
    6 X 50 kick 1:10 1:05
    Two rounds. Round 1 intervals left, 2 right.

    1 X 100 moderate free 1:45
    1 X 50 fast 1:15
    4 X 25 fast :30 #4 on 1:30
    Four rounds. 50's & 25's: i round of each IM order.

    10 X 150 free 2:30
    1-4: negative split
    5-7: last 50 is fast
    8-10: last 100 is fast

    WARM DOWN: 4 X 50 easy 1:00

    4500Y
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  11. 12-10-12

    A quick on again. With everyone busy as we get closer to the holidays the numbers at practice has dwindled down to just a few.

    10 min choice
    -only got in about 500
    6 min kick done as
    -30 sec ez, 30 sec sprint
    -10 sec ez, 10 sec sprint
    -10 sec ez, 10 sec sprint
    -10 sec ez, 10 sec sprint
    500 swim every 4TH 25 stroke
    -free @ 80%, stroke @ 95%
    5 x 100 @ 2:00 done as
    -25 sprint kick
    -50 sprint free
    -25 ez catch up drill
    6 x 50 @ 60 turn at the T fast
    300 IM (kick,drill,swim)
    400 pull build by 100
    5 x 100 IM R/15
    -concentrate on turns and technique
    100 w/d
    out and home early

    3400

    I love it when we have a mixed bag for a workout. We did these as a group so many of the items were not on a interval.
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  12. Recovery, Monday, Dec. 10

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 11:18 AM (The FAF AFAP Digest)
    Swim/SCY/Solo:

    used fins whole time

    600 various
    10 x 25 shooters @ :40
    50 EZ
    8 x 50 caterpillar fly drill @ 1:10
    16 x 50 smooth @ 1:00
    4 x each stroke, drilled fly
    50 EZ
    6 x 100 @ 1:45
    3 x 100 free/100 back kick/100 back
    50 EZ

    Total: 2750


    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Shoulders were a bit sore from the meet, but they feel better this am.

    I've met my sprinter 325 mile GTD goal for the year. I think it's useless for me to keep track of yardage. I haven't decided whether to bag GTD next year or use it to track race pace yardage.

    I'm heading to the doc's office today for my first PRP appt for my right elbow. It definitely is not getting any better on its own, even with the nitro patches. I'm hopeful it will help. The surgeon I consulted previously said it zapped the pain/helped heal his own avulsion tear.

    Still smiling about NE Champs! I think this will be my next meet: https://www.clubassistant.com/club/m...1029&smid=4336
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  13. day of shoulder management/monofin play

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 10:30 AM (Mixing it up this year)
    I did have to test things for this weekends 200 fly. It will be touch and go.

    500 free
    500 free kick w/zoomers

    8x25@1:00 shooters w/monofin
    8x25@:45 fly w/monofin
    200 dolphin kick on back w/monofin
    16x25@:46 fly fast w/monofin

    500 free easy w/snorkle keeping a 4 beat kick

    total 2500 yards
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  14. 12.11.12 - Tuesday workout

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 09:51 AM (Pete's swim blog)
    Swam w/ Danny, Dave, Dave, Dave and Keith. Got this message yesterday:

    Congratulations! You have achieved your goal for Go The Distance 2012
    My goal pace: 710.96 miles required as of today to reach my goal by the end of the event
    My actual current pace: 752.25 miles as of today

    At times, I didn't think I would make it. Good to be done with a couple weeks to spare. 800 miles is possible but a stretch. I'm not sure I would want to do much more than 800.

    SCY

    700 Warm up

    3 x 100 - 1:35
    3 x 100 - 1:30
    3 x 100 - 1:25
    3 x 100 - 1:20
    50 Easy

    1650, open turns every 300 yards, descend.
    Tried to go under the 1:15 pace and made 2:15. Splits relative to the 1:15 pace: -:03, -:05, -:10, -:15, -:20, -:22.5. I think that is about a 1:13 pace. Dave pulled and kept even w/ me the whole time. That helped keep me going at times.
    100 Easy

    4 x 100 - 1:25 Kick fly 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th 25
    4 x 100 IM - 2:00 (1:22, 1:18, 1:16, 1:13)
    4 x 100 - 1:25 Kick flutter 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th 25
    100 Easy

    12 x 50 - 1:00
    * 1-6: Pull, descend
    * 7-12 SDK down w/ fins, easy back

    100 Cool down

    (5600 Total)
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  15. Mon, Dec. 10, 2012 7:00-9:00pm

    by , December 11th, 2012 at 01:47 AM (Fast Food Makes for Fast Swimming!)
    Warmup:
    600 (25 Free, 25 V-Sit Scull, 25 Breast*, 25 Front Scull)
    * all my breaststroke today was still done with dolphin kick. I did try out a few easy breast kicks during warmup, but could still feel a very slight "something" that wasn't right, so better to rest it longer than using it too soon and paying for it.
    (600/600)

    8 x 125 SDK w/ fins on back @ 2:00 (1:30ish)
    (1000/1600)

    3 x 300 Free Pull @ 5:00 Desc. 1-3
    went 3:35, 3:24, 3:12 <-- I guess the 3:12 last week wasn't a fluke!
    (900/2500)

    Main Set:
    16 x 75 "IM" Order @ 1:30 (4 of each stroke)
    • each 75 is 50 Stroke Build/25 Free FAST w/ overkick
    • went :51/:52s in the fly ones
    • went :55ish in the back
    • went 1:00 in the breast
    • went :47/:48s in the free
    200 EZ
    (1400/3900)

    6 x 200 IM @ 3:30 Desc. 1-3
    went 2:40 to 2:30s (I'm getting sick of breast w/ dolph. kick)
    (1200/5100)

    9 x 50 Flutter Kick w/ board @ 1:30
    • #1 EZ/EZ by 25s
    • #2 EZ/Build by 25s
    • #3 Build/FAST by 25s
    • repeat 3x
    (450/5550)

    200 EZ

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    5750 Yards
  16. Mon., Dec. 10 - Good Start to the Week

    Swam with Ray, Peter, the two Dave's, and Roger. Ray led on the 300's as I warmed up and then I led - I like following more than leading, the drafting does have an effect if you stay up.

    Pretty good workout - 300's were good considering they were my warm up and I descended them. Then the five 200's under 2:40 were a good set for me. As was doing 5 200 backs (w/paddles) on a 3:00 interval. Did 2 200 IM's - not fast but I did do them!

    5x300 Free on 4:30 (4:10, 4:00, 3:55, 3:52, 3:50)
    100 Back
    5x200 Free on 3:00 (2:37, 2:38, 2:40, 2:40, 2:39)
    100 Back
    50 Free
    5x100 on 1:45 - 50 Kick/50 Swim w/fins
    100 Back
    10x50 Free Hard on 1:00 (:35's - probably should have done some strokes)
    50 Fly
    4x200 Back w/Paddles on 3:00 (2:45, 2:50, 2:50, 2:53)
    200 IM - 3:20
    100 Kick
    200 IM - 3:17
    100 Back
    2x100 Free

    5500 yards
    105 minutes
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  17. Shoulder management

    by , December 10th, 2012 at 10:12 PM (Mixing it up this year)
    Left shoulder slightly impinged but only noticed it on sprints

    500 free
    500 kick w/zoomers
    8x25@:45 shooters w/zoomers
    8x25@:45 burst & cruise
    5x200@3:00 descend w/paddles & buoy
    8x25@:45 back drills
    4x50@1:00 back
    200 free

    Total 3000 yards
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  18. Monday 12/10/12

    Monday 12/10

    PM only SCY

    600 swim 4/6/2 turns
    400 pull w/ buoy + strapless paddles + snorkel

    15x150
    2 @ 2:15 k/dr/bld by 50
    3 @ 1:50 D1-3 (got down to around 1:31-1:32 on the fast ones)

    100 EZ

    4x (odd rounds kick w/ board, swim aerobic; even rounds kick on side, swim FAST)
    2x100 @ 2:15 kick FR FAST
    300 @ 4:00 swim (3:31, 3:00, 3:32, 3:02)

    100 EZ

    Total: 5400
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  19. Mon Dec, 10th, 2012

    by , December 10th, 2012 at 03:44 PM (Ande's Swimming Blog)
    Mon Dec, 10th, 2012

    Swam Friday
    Did not swim of lift Sat & Sun
    I've still been sick, I'm still coughing. I skipped 5:30 practice today and slept in.


    Whitney coached
    Noon to 1:15 dove around 12:08
    SCY UT Swim Center
    south end
    Swam with Jim & Korey
    beside Ned, Anna, & Dave Van Dam


    Warm up
    went around 400 easy

    Main Set

    050 on 0:35 right into
    100 on 1:10 RI
    150 on 1:45 RI
    200 on 2:20 RI
    200 on 2:20 RI
    150 on 1:45 RI
    100 on 1:10 RI
    050 on 0:35
    Made it
    1:00 rest

    16 x 25 k on 30
    odds fast
    evens easy

    repeated ladder and added 5 sec to each interval
    made it

    Repeated same kick set, but did 12 SDKs on fast with mod back k to wall

    Repeat ladder one more time on original pace
    made it

    50 easy


    Next Meets:


    2013 South Central SCY Zone Championships
    Fri Apr 5 - Sun Apr 7
    UT Austin, TX

    Updated December 18th, 2012 at 03:15 PM by ande

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  20. Monday, December 10, 2012

    by , December 10th, 2012 at 02:47 PM (I swim, therefore I am)
    SCY@FGCU Aquatic Center
    Air temp of 76, pool at 80, 100% water clarity.
    Overcast, then sunny with humidity at 68%

    Warm up & *Set 1*
    FR swim for 70 minutes
    Did not count laps, focused on form, rhythm, and efficiency

    *Set 2*
    5x100 BR on :30 rest, as 50K/50S
    odd# with snorkel, even# k/board,Swim

    5x100 SDK on 1:40 (on back)
    by 25; 14-12/10-8/8-9/8-9 (as in #K underwater)

    *Set*3
    10x100 FR Pull on 1:20 w/paddles, bouy, tube
    Did all at 1:08

    Warm down:
    200 EZ FR/BK Swim

    Comments:
    • Did swimming workouts, dryland, walking both days this weekend, and came in to this Monday morning session with some aches and stiffness, but was ready to swim.
    • Warm up - Coach had suggested last week that I consider to do some swims not counting laps, but just swimming. This morning seemed like to good time to try that out as there was about 40 minutes left before the college swimmers would be done in the LCM pool.
    • It was 20 minutes after the hour when I started out in the diving well pool. I expected that if I checked the clock often, it would appear to go by slower like 5-10 minutes each look, so I did not look at scoreboard clock for what I thought would be about 20-30 minutes. Whenever I felt like looking, I would say to myself, go just a little more. I would push my pace and tempo close to a breaking point, and then stretch out for a bit and build up again.
    • So in the end, when I finally took a peek at the clock, it was 28 minutes past the next hour! Surprised and wondering how did that much time go by that quickly, I swam a few more minutes to make it 1 hour and 10 minutes. Not counting laps was just a great feeling of freedom to just swim. I enjoyed the swim, and will try doing 1-2 hours on a weekly regular basis starting next week as the LCM pool will be set up for LCM swimming again until end of September 2013.
    • Set 2 - Continuation with BR kicking development, and underwater SDK on back. My SDK is a work in progress as I can go over 10 kicks on the first 25, and then I struggle to go past 8 kicks on the next three 25s coming off the flip turn.
    • Set 3 - My arms were still a bit tired going in to the pull set, but for me holding 1:08 on a 1:20 interval is the best I have done since I starting training again.

    Updated December 10th, 2012 at 03:20 PM by fdtotten

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