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  1. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 AM Workout -07/19/10

    by , July 17th, 2010 at 11:45 AM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 a.m. Workout)
    Summer Nationals start three weeks from today. Accordingly we start our taper/rest today

    Be sure to eat well and get plenty of

    LCM
    WARM UP:
    1 X 250 4:30
    1 X 150 2:45
    1 X 100 1:45
    Twice through.

    8 X 100 Free 2:00
    Swim all at 80/90%.
    #8 at 100%

    2 X 100 2:10
    Swim down.

    3 X 100 kick 2:30
    4 X 50 kick 1:15
    50's: 25 fast/25 moderate

    8 X 50 1:30
    Choice/stroke
    Swim all at 80/90%
    IM'ers: 2 of each stroke.

    2 X 100 2:10
    Swim down.

    4 X 25
    Blocks, sprint 25/return easy.

    WARM DOWN: 4 X 50 easy 1:00

    3300M
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  2. Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 AM Workout -07/16/10

    by , July 17th, 2010 at 11:37 AM (Sarasota Y Sharks Masters 5:30 a.m. Workout)
    Sorry this is late getting posted!

    LCM
    WARM UP:
    4 X 100 1:45
    4 X 200 3:20

    1 X 200 kick 4:45
    8 X 50 kick 1:15
    50's: 25 fast/25 moderate

    1 X 800 free 12:00
    4 X 200 3:15
    200's: choice, providing you can make the interval.

    9 X100 2:15
    Choice.
    #3-6-9 are fast

    WARM DOWN: 4 X 50 easy 1:00

    4500M
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  3. 7/16/2010 workout

    So I have been doing this P90X for 3 days now, and I must say its been good. However, Im beat from it and when I go to swim Im still sore. Since I swim in evening at 730 cant really do it after I swim, or I guess I could but would be starting it at 930. Its one of those pick your poisons and for right now will just keep grinding it out. Didnt do to much hard stuff at practice cause I worked the arms and shoulders today in P90x so I didnt want to overdo anything.

    25yard pool
    Warmup
    500 whatever
    10x50's @ 50 drill swim. Yes, this is pretty much my standard warmup every day. I will do catchup drill then fingertip drag, then fist swim on the drills
    10x50's @ 1:00 25 underwater/25 easy
    10x50's kick board @ 1:00 tombstone style, hold board verticle in water, half of board should be under water other have above

    Main Sets
    5x200's IM @ 3:00 decend

    5x100's free @ 1:30 decend, went 1:15, 1:12,1:07, 1:02, 57

    3 times thru
    1x50 free @ 45
    1x100 free @ 1:10
    1x150 free @ 1:40
    ** no rest in between rounds

    16x25's @ 30 cruise

    200 warmdown
    5,000 yards

    tomorrow I have a long practice planned, lots of distance free and distance IM. Will probably swim first tomorrow then P90x later in day
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  4. Age Group Championships

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 08:43 PM (Mixing it up this year)
    Wonderful discovery last night, Dynamo was having Masters practice in the morning before the Age Group States! I got in and had fun with Skippy and CeCe and got a good workout in. They made me lead so I got tired after a while. Luckly we only got about an hour in before we had to get out.

    500 Free
    5x100@1:45 Free as 50 drill/50 swim
    6x200@3:15 Free w/paddles & fins Descend 1-4 #5 easy #6 fast
    9x100@1:50 Fly w/fins 3 times thru #1 50 rt arm/50 lt arm #2 25 rt/25 swim/25 lt/25 swim #3 kick streamline on back
    100 free Easy

    Total 3200 meters
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  5. July 14 -16

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 07:35 PM (Elise's Fitness Fun)
    Did a 3 mile walk/jog on Wednesday through the cotton fields. On Thursday, did a 2000 yard swim as follows:

    4 x 500 on 7:30: Odds are free and evens are kick with fins. On evens, kick is as follows: alternate 100 back kick, 100 free kick with board.

    On Friday, did a 2 mile run alterating 2 minutes easy, 1 minute hard.
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  6. Friday, July 16

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 07:06 PM (The FAF AFAP Digest)
    Bike, 60 minutes:

    It was much much to hot to go outside today except to hop in a pool. This summer just seems insanely hot and humid. So I rode my indoor cycle while reading The Girl Who Played With Fire.


    Drylands, 50 minutes:

    Went to the gym with Mini Fort this afternoon and did the following:

    chest passes w/med ball, 20
    (Mini yelled at me to keep my thumbs up so it would mimic the lunge in evil)
    tricep passes w/med ball, 20
    med ball slams, 2 x 10
    goblet squat, 60 x 2 x 15
    squat X press, 40 x 2 x 15
    one footed push ups, 2 x 25
    box jumps, 2 x 10
    russian twists on incline bench w/25 lb plate, 2 x 25
    flutter kicks on bosu, 2 x 50
    deadlift, 80 x 2 x 10
    (haven't done this in many months)
    leg press, 330 x 2 x 10

    regular RC exercises

    I was tempted to go to hot yoga tonight -- I haven't had a stretch in eons -- but it simply too appalling hot to go get even hotter.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Commentary:

    I still felt pretty energetic today after my double yesterday. My shins can feel the drylands though. I'm going to try to sneak in a swim during the day tomorrow, and do some slow swimming and hypoxic work. I have to get up at the crack of dawn for a SL meet to go watch my short axis girls. I will have to indulge in Geek's metric ton of coffee to pull this rare feat off. Sunday I hope to get to my LC practice and I will be keeping my fingers crossed for Fort Son who is rowing in the finals (seeded 6th) on Sunday am. Oddly, the son of my former "secret nemesis" will be rowing on Sunday as well (but as a heavyweight). Small world.

    FYI, I ran across this video on core stretching on FB. I haven't watched it yet, but will.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1Dx4sf...stretching/r:f

    Today's photos are from Stockholm. The old town, Gamla Stan, with its tiny alleys and cobblestone streets was amazing to walk around. The first photo is the square of the Parliament building, the second is 14th century Riddarholm Church where many of the Swedish monarchs are buried. The interior, which you cannot take pictures of, was decorated with hundreds of elaborately carved coats of arms. Lil Fort was creeped out by walking over dead people. lol

    Updated July 16th, 2010 at 10:20 PM by The Fortress

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  7. Friday, July 16

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 07:06 PM (The FAF AFAP Digest)
    Bike, 60 minutes:

    It was much much to hot to go outside today except to hop in a pool. This summer just seems insanely hot and humid. So I rode my indoor cycle while reading The Girl Who Played With Fire.


    Drylands:

    Went to the gym with Mini Fort this afternoon and did the following:

    chest passes w/med ball, 20
    (Mini yelled at me to keep my thumbs up so it would mimic the lunge in evil)
    tricep passes w/med ball, 20
    med ball slams, 2 x 10
    goblet squat, 60 x 2 x 15
    squat X press, 40 x 2 x 15
    one foot push ups, 2 x 25
    box jumps, 2 x 10
    russian twists on incline bench w/25 lb plate, 2 x 25
    flutter kicks on bosu, 2 x 50
    deadlift, 80 x 2 x 10
    (haven't done this in many months)
    leg press, 330 x 2 x 10

    regular RC exercises

    I was tempted to go to hot yoga tonight -- I haven't had a stretch in eons -- but it simply too appalling hot to go get even hotter.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Commentary:

    I still felt pretty energetic today after my double yesterday. I'm going to try to sneak in a swim during the day tomorrow, and do some slow swimming and hypoxic work. I have to get up at the crack of dawn for a SL meet to go watch my short axis girls. I will have to indulge in Geek's metric ton of coffee to pull this rare feat off. Sunday I hope to get to my LC practice and I will be keeping my finger's crossed for Fort Son who is rowing in the finals on Sunday am.

    FYI, I ran across this video on core stretching on FB. I haven't watched it yet, but will.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1Dx4sf...stretching/r:f

    Today's photos are from Stockholm.
  8. Swim Across America

    Swim Across America is tomorrow....HOLY COW! SWIM ACROSS AMERICA IS TOMORROW!

    I'm NOT prepared for this at all! I'm supposed to be doing my first OW tomorrow, swimming a mile in Lake Michigan, and I haven't even thought about anything aside from the fact that I have to be there to help set up at 6 AM tomorrow.

    I'm going to be jumping into this one like I tend to do the rest of my life - without a single extra thought. (Lets hope I jump IN the water, not too soon or I'll just be eating sand.)

    So here's my schedule for tonight through tomorrow:
    Leave work in about 20-30.
    Get to Runner's Edge so I can try on wet suits so I know what size to rent tomorrow.
    Go home, mow the lawn.
    Shower, Lift at the gym (if I have time, legs tonight!)
    6:00 PM Play two softball games
    Go home, shower (again, I know)
    Get to Milwaukee for a party I'm helping host (You should come! PM me if you're interested!)
    11:30ish PM: Head down to home, pick up Greg from his mom's house (he's dog sitting) and go to his place in Chicago so I can sleep.
    5:30 AM UP AND ATOM! Time to help set up for Chicago's very own Swim Across America!
    7:00 AM Rent my wetsuit!
    9:00 AM Swim
    10:00 AM Call for help while swimming
    6:00 PM Leave hospital.... Oh wait, scratch these last two.
    10:00 AM-11:30 AM tear down, eat lunch and head home.

    So you can see - things usually get interesting. I have this weird tendency to over-commit myself. I get it from my mom.

    See you all (or not) tomorrow at S.A.A! Hopefully I won't be drowning!
  9. FAST Fri Jul 16th 2010

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 03:59 PM (Ande's Swimming Blog)
    FAST Fri Jul 16th 2010

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    2010 SCY Top 10 preliminary rankings are up
    here's how Longhorn Masters did

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    LCM
    chris Coached
    6:30 TO 8:30
    Austin UT Swim Center div well
    swam with tyler, todd, chris, doug, nate, james, larry & tennielle
    wore a brief
    left late, got gas & BAD TRaffic today
    dove in at 6:50




    WARM UP
    missed it


    MAIN SET

    20 x 50 on 1:30
    odds fast
    evens easy
    held 30's & 31's

    assigned 1000
    did skipped it

    did a few fast 50's

    2010 MEETS:

    07/23/10 - 07/25/10
    2010 South Central Long Course
    Southlake, Texas
    Days till LCM ZONES
    Entered Zones yesterday & got my hotel
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  10. Friday, 7/16/10

    by , July 16th, 2010 at 03:05 PM (A comfort swimmer's guide to easy swimming)
    SCM, solo

    I struggled a bit today. I'm tired from not sleeping well the last 2 nights and am sore from weight training. These two things combined made today's practice a struggle.

    Warm up
    300 Free
    200 Back
    100 Breast
    6 x 50/1:00 ds 3
    (did 1-3 free, 44-41-39; 4-6 back, 50-46-43)

    Main Set:
    8 x 25/40 Fly Strong
    (average 20)
    1 x 100 Free/2:00 smooth

    8x 25/40 Back Strong
    (average 22)
    1 x 100 Free/2:00 smooth

    8 x 25/40 breast strong
    (average 30 - I just don't "get" this stroke. I think it exists solely to torture people like me. lol)
    1 x 100 Free/2:00 smooth

    8 x 25/40 free strong
    (average 18)

    Cool down
    1 x 100 Free smooth

    Total: 2100 meters
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  11. Friday LCM workout

    This morning I swam the early workout at AG. Here’s how it went:

    100 lcm warmup

    500 pull

    12 x 50 flutter kick on back, emphasizing streamline and dolphins off walls

    10 x 50 FR @ 400 pace, flipping to feet to end each one, @ 1:15 [held somewhere between 40 and 44 on all of these]

    4 x 400 @ 1-2 min rest: 1st = 300 moderate / 100 fast; 2nd = 200 moderate / 200 fast, etc.
    [We ran out of time for the 4th one. I went 6:04 on the 3rd.]

    300 warmdown

    I was glad to get another shot at the 4 x 400 FR set—I felt like I had wimped out of something similar on Wednesday and was glad to get a do-over. But I was also very glad to stop at 3 (it was time for the kids’ team to take over our lanes, and the kids coach does not fool around about starting on time.) I do find swimming long FR sets so much more wearing than doing IM or stroke sets.

    After practice I went to the chiropractor. The ART and Graston therapy he’s done on my neck seem to have helped both with mobility and pain—it’s been 4 weeks (and 2 meets) since my last massage and I haven’t had any neck or upper back pain or spasms, and that must be some sort of record for me! He’s not sure I’ll get a lot more movement back into my neck, and thinks the limitations I have now are due to bone spurs on the spine rather than muscle problems. I’m hanging my head backwards off a wedge thingy daily to see if it helps further, and have another appointment in a couple of weeks to see how things are going. I’m really glad I can breathe to my left in FR now without pain, although it’s still not as comfortable as breathing to my right side.

    I do have a massage scheduled this afternoon—the rest of my body is demanding it, even if my neck is not!
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  12. Drylands + LCM Swim, Thursday, July 15

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 11:13 PM (The FAF AFAP Digest)
    Drylands:

    broomstick twists, 1 x 25
    long arm crunches, 1 x 50
    twisting med ball slams, 2 x 15
    reverse decline crunches, 2 x 25
    scissors on bosu, 2 x 25
    flutter kicks on bosu, 2 x 50
    back extensions w/25 lb plate, 2 x 15
    broad jumps, 1 x 10
    altitude drops, 1 x 10
    skull crushers, 50 x 2 x 10
    seated bicept curls, 40 x 2 x 10
    single arm standing lat pulldown, 55 x 2 x 10, each arm
    wall squats against bosu w/med ball on lap, 2 x 1:00
    plank, 1 x 1:00

    usual RC exercises

    Had to dash out before doing a second set of some things ...


    Swim/LCM/Team:

    No thunder tonight!

    Warm up:

    400 swim
    300 kick
    200 IM drill
    100 scull

    Main Sets:

    3 x 300 pull @ 4:30

    4 x 200 @ 3:30

    #1 = 50 fly/100 free/50 fly
    #2 = 50 back/100 free/50 back
    #3 = 50 breast/100 free/50 breast
    #4 = 50 stroke choice/100 free/50 choice

    I used fins (b/c of fly) and substituted a 100 backstroke kick for the 100 free on all of them. I did fly on #4. LC fly didn't feel quite as dreadful as I feared it would be.

    50 EZ

    5 x 100 kick @ 2:20
    25 with board held vertically like a tombstone + 75 regular kick

    I did backstroke kick, no fins, on all of them. Long course kicking without fins is a very tedious endeavor indeed. Mental note to bring my monofin to the next practice.

    50 EZ

    3 x (50 AFAP off the blocks + 150 EZ)

    Instead of going off the blocks (calves were slightly crampy), I did 3 x 50 fly with fins from a push. I went 28, 28 and 29. I was somewhat surprised by these times, faster than I expected. My fly feels slightly choppy though.

    Total: 3900 meters

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Commentary:

    I may be getting back in some semblance of swimming shape. I always do much more freestyle in LC. I feel like I get more into a groove without all the flip turns.

    There is some progress on the GMUP front. Apparently, there was enough hue & cry from team members to persuade the powers that be not to outright terminate the team. We're discussing options, and there may be one fairly promising one. It will be interesting to see how it all shakes out. Fingers crossed.

    Down in Dollywood, Fort Son's team did respectably well in prelims and moved on to the next round. Unfortunately, for lightweights, there is no junior division, so his boat is rowing against college teams who dole out "punishment." (Not sure why there is this type of discrimination against lightweights in rowing.) His boat is also too light. For lightweights, the boat average is a max 155. His boat average is 143, a huge difference. In fact, Fort Son has been losing weight this summer with rowing doubles & gym sessions. He needs to gain some weight or have a growth spurt soon. Any ideas for fattening him up? (Conversely, Mini Fort is on the Jazz Hands swim plan -- hit the gym and swim 1x a week.)

    Here are some more St. Petersburg pics. The first and last one were from the canal tour. The middle three are of Peterhof Palace, built by Catherine the Great as her summer palace. The fountains there are amazing. The middle one depicts Peter the Great as Neptune, defeating the enemy while his allies (the turtles) refuse to help and thus slink away from the battle scene.

    Updated July 15th, 2010 at 11:19 PM by The Fortress

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  13. 7/16

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 09:03 PM (The Labours of SwimStud)
    Early swim at 5:30
    Warm up
    400 Free

    Main
    12 x 150 IMO
    100 FR/50 Stroke 4 times
    50 FR/100 Stroke 4 times
    100 FR/50 Stroke 4 times
    12 50 Kick desc 123 x 4
    4 x 200 3:30 3rd 50 kick focus

    Cool
    300 FR
    Enjoyed this one. Good IM set although I struggled on the intervals a bit...and did Free apart from BR for the 3rd round.
    The kicks I had my fins on.
    200's I held the pace and swam them in the 1:35 neighbourhood and so I used the converter to see how it looked in yards. It was about 1:21. Looks like I will be training 1:25s this SCY season.

    Afternoon Cardio and Core
    40 minute run 4.5 miles
    30 minute core work.
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  14. Long Day Today

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 08:26 PM (Mixing it up this year)
    Started with practice early this morning, then drive to Atlanta for State Championships. My swimmer got DQ'ed on her start for the 800 Free and needless to say was very upset. She is also having difficultly getting out of the pool with her knee.

    Here is the workout I managed.

    5x200@3:45 Free
    500 Free kick f/fins every 3rd 25 fast
    5x100@:10R Fly kick w/fins
    500 Free w/paddles & bouy
    5x100@2:00 Free easy 33/fast 33/easy rest
    500 Free w/snorkle

    Total 3500 meters
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  15. thu Jul 15th 2010

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 04:06 PM (Ande's Swimming Blog)
    thu Jul 15th 2010

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    LCM
    chris Coached
    6:30 TO 8:30
    Austin UT Swim Center div well
    swam with todd nate, pat evoe, chris & tyler
    saw Desiree
    dove in at 6:35
    wore a brief


    WARM UP

    went 600 ish


    MAIN SET

    assigned 2 x 400 fr
    did 2 x (4 x 50 fr)
    odds easy
    evens fast

    assigned 300 fr
    did 200 fr

    assigned 2 x 200 fr
    did 2 x (2 x 50 fr odds easy, evens fast)

    assigned 300 fr
    did 200 fr



    2010 MEETS:

    07/23/10 - 07/25/10
    2010 South Central Long Course
    Southlake, Texas
    Days till LCM ZONES
    Entered Zones yesterday & got my hotel
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  16. Thursday, 7/15/10

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 12:56 PM (A comfort swimmer's guide to easy swimming)
    SCM, with Carrie

    Warm up:
    400 Mixer - swim, kick, drill, pull - choice
    4 x 50/1:10 build
    (Ave 41 on these)
    6 x 50/1:15 3 easy - 1 Fast, 1 easy - 1 Fast
    (35-6 on fast ones, 45 on easy ones)

    Swim
    8 x 100/2:30 smooth
    Alt. 100 IM - 100 Choice
    work on posture and good turns
    (IM times were 1:37±. on choice I did free - 1:25, 1:24; and back - 1:30, 1:34)

    Kick
    12 x 50/20sr - No equipment
    15 fast - 20 easy - 15 fast
    Super fast Kick to Wall!!!!
    (was doing these between 58-60)

    Warm down
    600 choice
    (alternated free and back)

    Total: 2900 meters
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  17. 7/15/2010 fly workout

    Decided to swim this morning on my own rather than do it in the evening. Body still sore but not as bad as yesterday. Will be doing P90X this evening.

    25yard pool
    500 whatever
    10x50's @ 50 drill swim

    Main Sets:
    3 times thru
    1x50 fly @ 50
    1x50 fly @ 45
    1x50 fly @ 40
    1x50 fly @ 35

    5x100's no fins @ 1:30 fly kick on back

    6x75's free @ 1:00 build the 75

    3 times thru
    1x100 @ 1:30 25fly fast,75 moderate free
    1x100 @ 1:30 50 fly fast, 50 moderate free
    1x100 @ 1:30 75 fly fast, 25 moderate free
    1x100 @ 1:30 100fly fast
    ** the 100 fly had to be under 1:00

    2x500's pull @ 6:00 hypox breath by 100 2,3,4,5,6

    200 warmdown
    4.950 yards
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  18. Wed., July 15

    by , July 15th, 2010 at 12:23 PM (The FAF AFAP Digest)
    Forgot to blog last night. Was having dinner with my BFF (and skipping out on a SL relay meet). We were sipping a lovely sauvignon blanc from South Africa that I discovered on the cruise. Not much to report anyway. After Tuesday night, I wasn't feeling motivated to swim, so I hopped on the bike for 60 + 30 minutes in the afternoon. I felt rather Q-like. I'm hoping to sneak a quick gym workout in today and go to LC practice tonight at Mason. I will be really ticked if it thunders again ...

    Here are 5 pics from St. Petersburg, Russia. One of the highlights of our 2 day stop there was an evening canal cruise. During the summer, it stays light until about 11:00 pm. They call this phenomenon the "white nights." The pics are of: (1) the Russian Museum, (2) Peter the Great's Museum of Curiosities, (3) the Winter Palace, built by Catherine the Great, (4) the Church of the Resurrection on the Spilled Blood (a czar was assassinated on its steps), and (5) shot of building on the evening canal cruise.

    Here's where Fort Son is this week. As is typical for him, when I tried to call and text him asking for updates, I got "I'm sleeping."

    USRowing: 2010 USRowing Club National Championships Begin Wednesday

    USRowing's Notes
    2010 USRowing Club National Championships Begin WednesdayShare
    Tuesday at 6:40pm
    OAK RIDGE, Tenn. – USRowing, in conjunction with the Oak Ridge Rowing Association, will host the 2010 USRowing Club National Championships July 14-18 on Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn.

    The regatta will feature 1,140 athletes representing more than 75 clubs in 23 states and three countries. Races will be contested in 70 events featuring junior, intermediate and senior classification rowing.

    Last year, the overall points trophy went to Penn A.C. Rowing Association, with a total of 299.25 points. Penn A.C. also won the Sugar-Barnes trophy for overall men’s points, with 206.25 points. The Marion D. Ventura trophy for overall women’s points went to Community Rowing, Inc. with 191.5 points.

    Competition begins Wednesday, July 14 at 9 a.m. with heats and semifinals. Finals in all events will be contested Saturday, July 17 and Sunday, July 18. Heat sheets and complete results are available atwww.racetrak.com.

    Watch a live stream broadcast of finals on Saturday, July 17 from 1-5 p.m., and Sunday, July 18 from 9-1 p.m. on the Team USA Rowing Channel at http://rowing.teamusa.org/live. To purchase video clips after the event, visit www.usrowing.org.

    USRowing is a nonprofit organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States. USRowing’s Official Suppliers are Boathouse Sports, Filippi, Croker Oars and Rudy Project; its Official Patron is Concept2; its Official Electronics Outfitter is Nielsen Kellerman; and its Official Timer is Powerhouse Timing. USRowing also receives generous support from the National Rowing Foundation. For more information, visit www.usrowing.org.

    Updated July 15th, 2010 at 12:35 PM by The Fortress

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  19. 7/14/2010 workout

    I did not swim yesterday because I was up in Cleveland for work and stayed over night up there. I did venture outside for a 6 mile run. Decided to run outside versus treadmill at hotel, bad choice. Now I remember why I dont like running outside. I feel as if I have schin splints now. Anyways, this to will pass. I started P90X this afternoon. I learned that I have problems doing the chinups. Hopefully in time I can do better on those, but the push ups I was cranking out. I went to swim this evening but was sore in the legs from running and the shoulders and back from the P90X. This was kinda a recovery workout. Probably not best thing to start P90X in mid season,however, I dont really care to much about long course right now, so I will just keep grinding it out.

    25yard pool
    Warmup
    500 whatever
    10x50's @50 drill swim
    1075's @ 1:15 odds fly, evens free

    Main Sets
    5x100 fins @ 1:30 50fly kick on back, 50 free fast

    5x100's IM @ 1:30

    2x400's pull @ 4:30

    12x25's @ 45 odds underwater, evens fast

    200 warmdown
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  20. Very Cloudy and Hot

    by , July 14th, 2010 at 09:35 PM (Adventures in Swimming)
    At least that's what the Y pool was today.
    I could see only about 12 yds ahead of me.
    The hot water makes me get cramps. I drank a whole bottle
    of water but it didn't help.
    I made up the Sharks Friday practice today. (SCY)

    300 Swim
    4 x 75 K/D/Swim by 25 :15r
    200 Pull

    10 x 50 on :50 Descend by sets of 2 (:10-:15r)
    Masters Min.
    5 x 100 on 1:40 Descend the same as 2 50's (:20r)
    Masters Min.
    2 x 250 Try to drop at least 5 sec on # 2 :30-:45r
    Masters Min.
    1 x 500 Swim like the descending 100's, or Pace for 400 and go for it on the last 100

    300 Kick/swim by 25 (1st 100 Recovery)

    4 x 50 Choice, 200 Race Pace, Pick an interval for about :10r

    3300 Yds
    Warm down

    Wore the Pool-Mate. It keeps a good log of the swims. I can keep track of sets separate.
    I was reviewing my times after each of the parts of the sets.
    It's great being able to look at my sets and see if I did what I was trying for.
    And use that to set my goals for the next part.
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