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  1. Workout 12/18/18: evening

    by , December 18th, 2018 at 09:11 PM (Maple Syrup with a Side of Chlorine)
    200 swim/100 kick/200 pull (extra 150)
    100 (skull/swim)
    4 x 25 burst and cruise

    8 x 50 on :10sr ~80% (+50 easy)
    50 kick into 50 pull
    6 x 50 on :15sr [1,6 = even split, 2-5 = quarter strong] (+50 easy)
    50 pull into 50 kick
    4 x 50 on :20sr best average (I did 2fr from push: 2:08.72)
    50 kick
    2 x 50 on :30sr FAST
    150 loosen and out (extra 50)
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    (Masters/Rec/2400 yds/52 min)

    Just me and Greg at practice tonight. Trying to better sombre times for the virtual swim league in a few events over the next couple of weeks, although with work and pool closures I'm not sure how many I can redo.
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  2. Tuesday 12/18/18

    PM Weights @ LRRC
    PM SCY Solo @ LRRC

    Weights:

    3x10 BB RDL (45#)
    3x10 BB back squat (45#)
    3x10 S-leg curl (10#)
    3x10 S-leg extension (10#)
    3x10 S-leg glute (30#)
    3x15 hip adductor (50#)
    3x15 hip abductor (50#)
    2x (3x10) DB "empty cans" (5#)
    500 abs

    Swim:

    5x100 4 FL kicks off walls w/ SNKL
    1 @ 2:00 kick H.A.S.
    1 @ 1:50 75 kick H.A.S./25 swim
    1 @ 1:40 50 kick H.A.S./50 swim
    1 @ 1:30 25 kick H.A.S./75 swim
    1 @ 1:20 swim

    12x25 @ :40
    odd: FR NO SPLASH!
    even: DIVE w/ FAST breakout into EZ

    8x50 @ :50 FR swim opposite fin + opposite upside down paddle (switch each 50)

    8x25 @ :45 12.5 FAST FR kick in S-line + 2 FAST FL strokes into EZ

    6x25 @ :50 :10 FAST FR kick on wall into FAST turn + FAST breakout
    6x25 @ 1:00 FAST FR NO BREATH w/ fins

    2x200 @ 2:35 FR swim
    100 EZ

    Total: 2200
  3. What's your gift?

    by , December 18th, 2018 at 04:34 PM (Questions from Coaches)
    The holiday season is a wonderful time of year to celebrate the joy of giving to and sharing with others. Coaches give of themselves throughout the year striving to make the experience of swimming the best it can be for those they lead.

    What gift do you have that you share with your swimmers? Donít confuse giving with gifting. You give your time. You gift what you do with that time. You give a workout. You gift the promise of hope. You give the swimmers feedback on stroke technique. You gift the swimmers self-confidence and pride of accomplishment.

    This holiday, realize what gift you have that you can share now and into the future. Resolve to be better tomorrow than you were today. In sharing your gifts and enriching others, both giver and receiver benefit. Wishing you and your swimmers a happy and healthy new year.
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