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  1. Monday 06172019

    by , June 17th, 2019 at 08:48 PM (aztimm's training blog)
    Monday AM solo swim @ gym pool (SCY)

    1300 w/u various

    100 kick w/fins + board
    4 x 125 done drill/free/stroke/free/drill
    100 kick w/fins + board
    600 swim w/fins
    100 kick w/fins + board

    100 easy

    4 x 200 @ 3:00

    250 swim with parachute

    250 w/d

    TTL: 4100, 68 minutes
    150 back
    250 breast
    3400 free
    300 kick

    we had horrible storms overnight and I got woken up for about 30 minutes. seemed to be a little of everything, rain, wind, thunder, lightning, and hail.
    I drove to Sendero this morning, but it was closed. not sure why, the storm was all over by then. I seriously thought of just going home, but knew I'd regret it. so drove to the gym.

    this was my 4th day in a row of long swimming (about 4000+) each day. when I first got in the water my triceps just felt so sore. I figured I'd do a warm-up, some kicking, some drills, then the swim with fins. I did a 200, came in on 2:50 so figured if I could keep doing that I might as well do a few. didn't really push any of those, but kept up a 2:50 pace (on the 3:00 interval).

    by the time I put on the chute, well I was quite fried. but I was curious how I'd feel. tomorrow is a gym day for me, but I usually do about 1000 swim at the end. my legs should be fine for treadmill at least.
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  2. Monday 6/17/19

    AM LCM w/ Blue Ash Dolphins (BASH) @ Blue Ash YMCA Main Pool "Hey Bill, you like 150s?"
    PM SCY w/ BASH @ Blue Ash YMCA Ferris Pool "Power, Resistance, Speed"

    AM Swim:

    4x
    100 swim
    50 S-line kick on back

    12x150
    4 @ 2:35 50 BK/25 L-side kick/25 R-side kick/50 FR
    4 @ 2:25 50 BK/25 S-line kick on back/75 FR
    4 @ 2:15 FR

    12x150
    4 @ 3:00 FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL
    4 @ 2:20 FR w/ SP + fins + SNKL
    4 @ 2:15 25 catch-up drill/25 FR w/ SP + SNKL

    3x150 @ :10 rest drill I.M. (no FR)

    **Bill said his swimmers' BK starts were awful this past weekend so we spent 10 minutes working on BK starts, primarily focusing on arching the back.

    3x150 @ 2:30 EZ

    Total: 5100

    PM Swim:

    400 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    5x100 @ 1:45 FR kick w/ BD
    5x100 @ :10 rest pull w/ paddles + SNKL

    4x
    3x25 @ :30 rest FAST w/ chute (half closed, RD1/RD2) or bucket (RD3/RD4)
    3x25 @ :20 rest FAST
    75 EZ
    Odd RDs - FR
    Even RDs - FL

    200 EZ

    Total: 2500
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  3. Saturday-Sunday 0615-06162019

    by , June 16th, 2019 at 07:46 PM (aztimm's training blog)
    Saturday PM solo swim @ gym pool

    1100 w/u various

    100 kick w/fins + board

    2 rounds:
    * 2 x 125 done as 25 drill/25 free/25 stroke/25 free/25 drill w/fins
    * 25 easy free w/fins
    * 25 fast fly w/fins

    100 kick w/fins + board

    100 easy swim

    950 swim (I came up short, wasn't sure if short or over until after... 13:14/1:23 pace)

    150 done as 50 free/50 breast

    4 x 150 pull w/Agility paddles + buoy @ 2:05

    200 swim w/parachute (3:38)

    200 w/d

    TTL: 4200 yards, 68 min.


    I was going to head to Sendero, then randomly remembered something about a kids meet there. looked online and confirmed. had my own lane at the gym (a few others off/on in the other lane).



    Sunday AM solo, "open water," swim @ Barton Springs

    got in about 4.25 miles in 2:18 (maybe a little more distance, tough to say)
    my watch gave a strange graphic for distance; it goes out of the pool based on cell towers, I think (when I looked at 100 splits a few were :45 or so and that's a 50 for me, if I'm lucky).
    II had a late start, left home around 6:45. got there and both electric spaces were taken, so I had to pay and park in a normal spot.
    the pool itself wasn't too busy when I started, and truthfully while I was swimming I didn't really run into too many people (I think 3), and I didn't think it was too crowded...until I got out and could see everyone from the deck.





    I wasn't planning to swim yesterday, but with the sudden disappearance (and probably death) of Charlie van der Horst, I thought I should do something.
    https://www.newsobserver.com/news/lo...231598783.html

    my arms were tired fairly early on this morning (I guess that's what it is like if you do the full SCAR or other stage swims). Initially I thought I'd get in about 12 loops. I managed 8 before I breaked for my first feeds. Then another 6. Then 2 with fins. Then one last just to prove I could. Each loop is about 1/4 mile, so about 4.25 miles (+/-).
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  4. Workout 06/15/19: morning

    by , June 15th, 2019 at 09:53 PM (Maple Syrup with a Side of Chlorine)
    Still swimming two days a week but not blogging. I have been working on "pool open water" sets the past 6 weeks. Today we did (without lane lines):

    200 swim/100 kick/200 pull [did extra 200 swim, 200 pull, 100 im]
    4 x 50 quarter's strong

    "300's served 5 ways" ...
    -300 on 6:00 [done as 4 laps counterclockwise around full 6 lane 25yd pool - no walls]
    ....I did an extra lap
    - 6 x 50 on 1:00 [wherein all 5 of us swam between lanes 2+4, rotating position in lane]
    - 2 x 150 [done as 2 laps clockwise around the full pool - no walls]
    - 3 x 100 on 2:00 [between lanes 2+4, I did 150's with Matt]
    - 4 x 75 k-s-p on 1:30

    - 200 loosen plus and extra 100
    [Masters/Rec/3200 yds/68 min]
    ====================

    While my current Open Water schedule is zilch, I have been incorporating this type of training/awareness since we do have triathletes in our group. At all times passing, touching of legs, and generally getting used to swimming with someone practically on top of you is encouraged. Everyone really feels the lack of benefit from a flipturn every 25 years when we do the full pool swims with accompanying chop. We have also worked on sighting techniques, turning through corners (with imagined buoys), and talking about starting and finishing races (like...should I start in the middle or outside of the main group, or let them go ahead for like 10 seconds so I don't get clobbered in the first 100 yds of the race). With some changes in the management of the Rec Center I am able to sneak in a few minutes early and have bumped my swims up to 32-3600 yds (from 24-2600), which has been good for me.
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  5. Wednesday 6/12/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC

    4x w/ SNKL
    75 swim
    50 FR kick H.A.S.
    25 scull

    5x
    100 @ 2:00 FR 50 "Matt Biondi" drill/50 B&A drill w/ SNKL
    100 @ 2:00 FR 75 build/25 overkick (maintaining arm speed from the build) w/ SNKL
    100 @ 2:00 FR FAST "Let the ponies run" (1:06, 1:05, 1:06, 1:06+, 1:06)

    400 EZ FL kick w/ fins + BD

    Total: 2500
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  6. Tuesday 6/11/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC

    500 swim every 4th scull
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle" w/ SNKL

    3x200 @ 3:00 D1-3 (2:42, 2:33, 2:23+)
    4x100 @ 1:40 50 B&A drill/50 swim w/ SNKL
    200 Perfect Stroke!
    200 RACE/PUSH TRIP! (2:29-)
    2x100 @ :15 rest FL kick w/ fins + BD
    100 RACE/PUSH TRIP (1:10-)

    Total: 2600
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  7. Monday 6/10/19

    PM LCM Solo @ LRRC

    400 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle" w/ SNKL

    4x100 @ 2:00 FR kick w/ BD
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle" w/ SNKL

    3x200 @ 3:40 50 BR/50 FR
    #1 - pull w/ SP + band
    #2 - pull w/ band
    #3 - swim

    4x50 @ :30 rest DIVE FAST 1/3/5/7 BR strokes + rest EZ
    100 EZ

    Total: 2500
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  8. Saturday 06082019: Local meet, and Sun-Mon workouts

    by , June 10th, 2019 at 04:57 PM (aztimm's training blog)
    I did my 2nd, "meet," of the year on Saturday, which is rather rare. I haven't done more than one meet in a year (if at all in a year) in at least 15 years.
    when I saw the number of entrants per event on Friday, any hopes of being near my seed times (let alone any PB's) were quickly dashed.

    the meet was at the Austin Swim Club, way in the southwest part of town (a good 45 min drive for me). they have a tiny parking lot right there, which was full, so I had to park in a garage at a nearby office complex and hoof it over.
    I had signed up for the max/5 events
    there were 60 swimmers at the event.

    w/u: about 1200m. a little short of what I wanted (about 1500), but not bad. I hadn't been in a 50m pool in almost 2 years, but with the o/w training I've been doing, it really wasn't too rough of a transition to LCM.

    Event #2: 200 breast.
    My PB: 3:13.81, way back in 2003, when I was actually training breaststroke
    I swam a 3:17.59 back in 2011, when I was about 20 pounds lighter (running marathons/cycling).
    Saturday's time: 3:25.13 (I had seeded 3:33), not bad, considering that I'm not really training breast like I used to.

    Event #4: 400 free (I got about 2 minutes of rest after the 2breast):
    My PB: 5:37.30, back in 2012
    Last swim (2017): 5:48.16
    Saturday's time: 6:01.98 (my seed was 5:50). I'm not sure that more rest would have given me 10+ seconds, but I'm sure it would have helped.

    Event #7: 200 free (I did a 200 between events, relaxed a little)
    My PB: 2:46.19 (2002, the only time I swam it before)
    Saturday's time: 2:55.05 (had seeded at 2:40)

    Event #11: 100 breast (did 300 easy between events)
    My PB: 1:29.43 (2010, just slightly ahead of my 2002 time)
    Saturday's time: 1:36.65 (had seeded at 1:38)

    Event #15: 50 breast
    My PB: 41.35 (2010, and I spaced off the blocks and did a bunch of dolphin kicks, but no one noticed)
    Saturdays's time: :44.07 (had seeded :48)


    After that I did a 300 cool down, then got out, showered, and we had our LMSC meeting on-site. I'm an at-large board member so I figured since I was going to the meeting anyway, I might as well swim.


    Overall meet thoughts:
    I registered and swam way too many events for a 2-hour meet. I imagined there would be at least 2-3 heats of 100 fly in between my 2breast and 4free (perhaps several heats of 2breast too). there was 1 heat of 2breast (3 swimmers).
    basically if I do a meet like this again, no more than 3 events, if I want them to be anywhere near PB's.
    It was nice to catch up with some guys who I used to swim with when there was a masters group at Sendero, and I think I convinced at least 1 to join me for some crazy swims at Barton Springs (still working on the other). I met a few guys from the team who I affiliate with (when I saw my name highlighted on a heat sheet it almost freaked me out). and I met a guy from a swimming Facebook group. so there's that.

    given my focus on open water, I expected my breast times to be slower, and they were, but all better than my seed times, so that's a plus.
    I really wanted my free events to be better...but I think it was just a lack of rest. I did the 5free at nationals (the first event of the day), and put that time into swimswam's calculator to get a time estimate (then added a few seconds), but I just had no recovery (well that's my excuse at least).

    I'm debating if I will do the zone LCM meet next month, at Texas A&M. I did it 2 years ago. fantastic facility. usually gets a decent amount of swimmers (about 250), so enough time between events to swim down/warm-up and relax, but not endless like at nationals.
    competing with zones is the Bear Lake 10k (in Utah). definitely a bit more pricey (flights, probably 4 nights in hotels, rental car). but that is my thing right now.


    Sunday PM swim @ gym pool:
    drove to Sendero, but they were closed, some issue with chemicals. drove to Creekside, but they had 2 lap lanes set up, and both looked crazy. so I drove to the gym and had a lane to myself (a guy asked to circle with me just as I was finishing up).
    got in 4500 yards, not really anything inspiring. really wanted to swim to work on any soreness from the meet. there were 3 x 500s, one with fins, one without toys, and one with Agility paddles + buoy.


    Monday AM swim @ gym pool
    again, drove to Sendero...no sign of life. so went to the gym, and had my own lane.
    1200 w/u
    100 kick w/fins + board
    4 x 125 w/fins, done as 25 drill/25 swim/25 stroke/25 swim/25 drill
    100 kick w/fins + board
    500 swim w/fins
    100 kick w/fins + board
    5 x 300 @ 4:30 swim (no toys)
    300 w/Agility paddles + buoy
    250 swim w/parachute (free)
    250 w/d
    TTL: 4800 yards

    --my first 300 (of the 5) seemed very slow. so much that I did it on 4:35, and thought I'd need to do the rest on that interval. but the others just really clicked and I kept the 4:30 (was always on :05 or :35). maybe I should have done 100 easy without toys first. could have been going from kicking, who knows. times were 4:23, 4:12, 4:13, 4:17, and 4:17, then 4:08 with the toys.
    --I'm trying to swim at least 200 with a chute during most of my swims now. it is supposed to simulate swimming against a current/wind and be good for o/w training. I had planned to swim 300, but miscounted. that time was 4:42, so it really does slow me down.
  9. Saturday 6/8/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip + Marvin @ LRRC "Six on Five"

    400 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    300 pull w/ SP + SNKL
    200 kick 50 FR/50 BR w/ BD
    100 I.M. drill

    4x50 @ :50 D1-4
    8x25 V.S.
    4 @ :40 FR kick w/ BD
    4 @ :30 FR swim

    100 EZ

    6x @ 5:00
    100 DIVE FAST
    50 EZ

    6x100 @ 1:40 EZ

    Total: 3100

    Results:
    4/13/18 (SCY) - 57.0, 58.0, 57.8, 58.5, 58.7, 58.2 (Endurance brief)
    5/26/18 (LCM) - 1:04, 1:04, 1:04+, 1:06, 1:06, 1:07 (Endurance brief)
    6/23/18 (LCM) - 1:00, 1:00, 1:01-, 1:03-, 1:03, 1:03- (B70 Neuro Comp full body)
    11/3/18 (SCY) - 55.91, 56.17, 55.88, 56.62, 57.36, 57.11 (Nike brief)
    1/26/19 (SCY) - 55.87 (26.63/29.24), 55.44 (26.79/28.65), 55.43 (26.89/28.54), 56.49 (27.31/29.18), 57.24 (no splits), 56.81 (27.71/29.10) (Finis brief)
    3/2/19 (SCY) - 53:05 (25.55/27.50), 53:29 (25.97/27.32), 53.78 (26.39/27.39), 54.15 (26.40/27.75), 55:29 (27.00/28.29), 54.28 (26.21/28.07) (B70 Neuro Comp full body)
    6/8/19 (LCM) - 1:04.60* (31.00/33.60), 1:03.62 (30.80/32.82), 1:05.71 (31.65/34.06), 1:06.08 (32.33/33.75), 1:07.56 (32.48/35.08), 1:07.51 (32.60/34.91) (Finis Brief, *forgot to remove drag suit on #1)

    Trip's Results:
    11/3/18 (SCY) - 1:00.78, 1:00.06, 1:00.00, 1:00.11, 1:00.38, 1:00.18 (Endurance jammer)
    1/26/19 (SCY) - 1:00.59 (29.53/31.06), 1:00.41 (29.30/31.11), 1:00.28 (29.40/30.88), 1:00.34 (29.14/31.20), 59.97 (28.90/31.07), 1:00.82 (29.40/31.42) (Endurance jammer)
    3/2/19 (SCY) - 1:00.73 (29.42/31.31), 1:00.87 (29.62/31.25), 1:00.67 (29.34/31.33), 1:00.87 (29.38/31.49), 1:00.25 (29.08/31.17), 1:01.03 (29.46/31.57) (Endurance jammer)
    6/8/19 (LCM) - 1:08.94 (33.62/35.32), 1:09.92 (34.11/35.81), 1:09.62 (33.93/35.69), 1:10.04 (34.22/35.82), 1:10.19 (34.21/35.98), 1:09.32 (34.03/35.29) (Endurance Jammer)

    Marvin's Results (50s):
    6/8/19 (LCM) - 37.24, 37.50, 37.67, 37.55, 38.30, 37.86 (Tyr Jammer)

    Today's iteration of this set was very, very difficult. Without Doug "Chief Split-Getter" Martin, we had to take turns timing one another and stagger our swims. This meant that where we normally got 100-150 yards/meters of easy swimming between each fast 100, we barely had time for a 50. And then we had to stand around on the deck timing, while we marinated in our lactic acid. Doing this set LCM is already tough enough, but with the limited easy swimming, I personally felt this set like I never have before!
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  10. Friday 6/7/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC "Recovery"

    700 swim every 4th 25 FR kick H.A.S. w/ SNKL

    12x150 @ 2:10 w/ fins + SNKL
    odd: 50 FR kick H.A.S./50 swim/50 FR kick H.A.S.
    even: 50 swim/50 FR kick H.A.S./50 swim

    100 EZ
    3x100 @ 1:40 RACE TRIP!
    100 EZ

    Total: 3000
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  11. Thursday 6/6/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC
    PM Weights @ LRRC

    Swim:

    700 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL

    10x200 @ 2:50
    4 - pull w/ SP + SNKL
    3 - swim w/ 12.5 UW kick off all walls (these wrecked me going on a 2:50 send off)
    3 - swim D1-3 (2:42, 2:33, 2:26)

    100 EZ
    3x100 @ 1:40 FAST (1:09-, 1:09-, 1:08+)
    100 EZ

    Total: 3200

    Weights:

    3x10 DB shoulder press (10/20#)
    3x10 DB S-arm bicep curl (10/20#)
    3x10 DB tricep extension (10/20#)
    3x10 DB S-arm row (10/20#)
    3x10 DB bench press (10/20#)
    3x15 hip adductor (70#)

    3x15 hip abductor (70#)

    Bit of a reversal today. Trip wanted to swim at noon to avoid the nasty weather moving into Little Rock this afternoon, and there wasn't enough time for me to lift before the swim.
  12. Wednesday 6/5/19

    PM LCM Solo @ LRRC "I.M."
    CORE7 post swim

    Swim:

    2x
    400 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    16x25 @ :30 2 drill/2 swim I.M.O.

    4x150 @ 2:15 light D1-4 pull w/ SP + SNKL

    4x50 @ 1:00 FL drill 3R/3L/3 full stroke w/ fins
    2x200 @ 3:10 D1-2 (100 BK/50 BR/50 FR)
    4x50 @ 1:00 FL drill 3R/3L/3 full stroke w/ fins
    2x200 @ 3:10 D1-2 (50 BK/100 BR/50 FR)

    100 EZ

    Total: 3500

    CORE7:

    - power sit up (RD1), w/ 10# db (RD2), elevated bicycle kicks (RD3)
    - statue of liberty sit ups (switch arms at :30 mark) w/ 10# db
    - Russian twists w/ 10# db
    - high plank/low plank, last :30 switch to plank rotations (RD3)
    - side plank w/ hip dip (switch sides every :15)
    - 1/2 Burpee (no jump or push up) w/ 8 mountain climbers (RD1), 6 mountain climbers (RD2), 4 mountain climbers + add the push-up (RD3)
    - single leg v-up w/ 10# db (RD1), alternating scissor kick + random v-up on command (RD2), w/ 10# db (RD3)
  13. Tuesday 6/4/19

    PM Weights @ LRRC
    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC

    Weights:

    3x10 BB RDL (45/65#)
    3x10 BB back squat (45/65#)
    3x10 S-leg glute (30/70#)
    3x10 S-leg curl (10/30#)
    3x10 S-leg extension (10/30#)
    3x15 hip adductor (70#)
    3x15 hip abductor (70#)

    Swim:

    600 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL

    4x100 @ 1:45 swim w/ chute half open
    4x100 @ 1:45 kick w/ fins + BD + chute half open
    2x200 @ 3:30 swim w/ SP + fins + chute half open
    400 @ 7:00 FAST (4:53 - 1:11/1:14/1:14/1:14)
    100 EZ

    3x100 @ 1:40 RACE TRIP!
    4x100 @ 1:40 FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL

    Total: 3000
  14. Monday 6/3/19

    PM LCM Solo @ LRRC "Modified Grothe kick set...it was 'inzane.'"

    2x
    300 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    4x75 @ 1:20 k/dr/UW w/ fins
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle" w/ SNKL

    500 @ 10:00 STRONG FR kick w/ BD (9:34)
    5x200 @ 2:50 STRONG FR kick w/ fins + BD
    :50 REST
    5x100 @ 1:55* FAST FR kick w/ BD (1:43, 1:43+, 1:44-, 1:43+, 1:42)
    *100s interval was based off average 100 kick time from the 500 (avg = 1:54.8)

    100 EZ
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Matt Biondi" drill
    - 2 FR w/ SNKL
    - 2 BK

    100 @ 1:30 SMOOTH
    200 @ 3:00 SMOOTH
    300 @ 4:30 SMOOTH
    * Trip got in at this point and I started his set with him but used it as active recovery.

    Total: 5100

    Not sure who all reads this and follows SwimSwam's practice + pancakes series, but I got the kick set from this week's installment. I obviously can't make 1:25/100 LCM (if I did it SCY I would consider myself a badass!), but I told myself if I added fins I would try to make 1:25/100 base. I also wasn't sure what to expect on the 500 kick, which is why I used that to determine my interval for the fast 100s.
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  15. Sunday 6/2/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC

    1000 SKIPS

    40x50 @ :50 PINK

    100 EZ
    3x100 @ 1:40 D1-3 (1:12, 1:10+, 1:08-)
    100 EZ

    6x100 @ 1:40 FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL

    Total: 4100

    SHOUT OUT: Trip, who crushed this set, going 800 pace for all 40. I felt very lethargic today. Not the best practice for me!
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  16. Friday 5/31/19

    AM LCM Solo @ LRRC "And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." - Genesis 1:3
    PM LCM w/ Trip? "When Trip says, 'Recovery,' I say, 'oh wait you were actually serious about only doing an 800?'"

    AM Swim:

    3x
    300
    RD1 - swim
    RD2 - FR kick w/ BD
    RD3 - pull w/ SNKL
    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle" w/ SNKL

    100 @ 1:30 SMOOTH
    4x50 @ 1:00 FR D1-4
    200 @ 3:00 1st/3rd 50 FL STRONG
    100 @ 1:30 1st/3rd 25 FL STRONG
    4x50 @ 1:00 FL @ 200 PACE (:36-, :36-, :36, :36-)

    12x100 @ 1:45 FL kick w/ fins
    4 w/ BD
    4 H.A.S. w/ SNKL
    4 on back in S-line
    Total: 4100

    PM Swim:

    400 swim
    300 pull w/ SP + SNKL
    200 kick 50 FR/50 BR w/ BD
    100 I.M. drill

    8x50 @ 1:10 25 scull/25 DPS w/ SNKL
    8x50 @ 1:00 B&A drill w/ fins + SNKL
    200 EZ

    Total: 2000

    So I show up at 5:15 this morning to swim and see this:

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    Now I realize that a lit up pool, while cool looking and all, isn't cause for celebration, but here's what is. The LCM pool at the Little Rock Racquet Club was built in 1975-76. In its 44 years of existence, never, not once, have the pool lights been turned on. Ever. I swim with guys who's dads and their dads founded and built the club. They say the lights were never on. Ever. I believe them. Until this morning, the only light for the pool was provided by the three floodlights (one left of the frame, one in the middle of the picture, and the one to the right).

    Meanwhile, this afternoon, I am warming up and Trip wanders on deck and says "I am doing an 800." I had no idea he literally meant he was doing just one 800. That's it. Well after my "not-so-recovery" recovery practice yesterday, and after doing that FL this morning, I took a page out of Trip's book and also did a REAL recovery today...but not a "Trip Recovery."
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  17. Thursday 5/30/19

    PM Weights @ LRRC
    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC "Some recovery with a dash of artificial coloring"

    Weights:

    3x10 DB shoulder press (10/20#)
    3x10 DB S-arm bicep curl (10/20#)
    3x10 DB tricep extension (10/20#)
    3x10 DB S-arm row (10/20#)
    3x10 DB bench press (10/20#)
    3x15 hip adductor (70#)

    3x15 hip abductor (70#)

    Swim:

    100 @ 1:30 WHITE
    200 @ 3:00 SMOOTH FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL
    300 @ 4:30
    PINK
    400 @ 6:00
    SMOOTH FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL
    400 @ 6:00
    RED (4:55)
    300 @ 4:30
    SMOOTH FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL
    200 @ 3:00
    BLUE (2:23)
    100 @ 1:30
    SMOOTH FR kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL

    100 EZ
    3x100 @ 1:40 D1-3 (1:14, 1:13, 1:10) <-- just to keep Trip honest when he was racing his 3x100!

    6x100 @ 1:40 kick w/ fins + BD
    odd: FR
    even: FL

    Total: 3000
  18. Wednesday 5/29/19

    PM LCM Solo @ LRRC "Resistance, Power, Speed"
    CORE7 post swim

    Swim:

    2x
    300 swim every 4th 25 scull w/ SNKL
    4x75 @ 1:20 k/dr/UW w/ fins
    2x150 @ 2:15 breathe 2-4-6 by 50 pull w/ SP

    8x50 @ 1:00 "Progressive Freestyle"

    2x
    50 @ :20 rest 5 FAST stroke cycles + EZ to wall w/ chute full closed
    50 @ :20 rest 7 FAST stroke cycles + EZ to wall w/ chute half open
    50 @ :20 rest 9 FAST stroke cycles + EZ to wall w/ chute full open
    50 @ :20 rest 11 FAST stroke cycles + EZ to wall w/ chute full open
    50 DIVE FAST (29.7, 35.6)
    50 EZ
    2:00 REST
    RD1 - FL
    RD2 - BR

    200 EZ

    Total: 3000

    CORE7:

    - power sit-ups (RD3 w/ 10# med ball)
    - med ball toe touch (RD2/RD3 toe touch to scissor pose) w/ 10# mb
    - reverse crunch to scissor pose
    - med ball sit up w/ 10# mb
    - med ball hip raise (RD2/RD3 leg lift to hip raise) w/ 10 # mb
    - med ball jacks to med ball running man (switch on command) w/ 10# mb
    - plank rotations (RD3 high plank to low plank)
  19. Tuesday 5/28/19

    PM Weights @ LRRC
    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC "There's a glitch in the Matrix"

    Weights:

    3x10 BB RDL (45/65#)
    3x10 BB back squat (45/65#)
    3x10 S-leg glute (30/70#)
    3x10 S-leg curl (10/30#)
    3x10 S-leg extension (10/30#)
    3x15 hip adductor (70#)
    3x15 hip abductor (70#)

    Swim:

    700 swim every 4th 25 kick H.A.S. w/ fins + SNKL

    12x150 @ 2:10 D1-4, 5-8, 9-12 to RED
    (1:53, 1:52, 1:49 on #4, #8, and #12)

    100 EZ
    3x100 @ 1:40 PINK w/ 12.5 kick-outs off all walls
    100 EZ

    Total: 3000

    So Trip was really unhappy with his 12x150 yesterday. The hot water had him struggling and he did not make the interval on all 12. He therefore insisted he had to redo the set today. I forgot my parachute to do power work, so it was back to the 12x150 again!

    (Also Trip made all 12 no problem today)

    Updated May 28th, 2019 at 10:22 PM by Calvin S

    Categories
    Swim Workouts , Strength Training and Dryland Workouts
  20. Monday 5/27/19

    PM LCM w/ Trip @ LRRC

    400 swim every 4th 25 head-up scull
    300 pull w/ SNKL
    200 kick 50 FR/50 BR w/ BD
    100 I.M. drill

    12x150 @ 2:10 pull w/ SP
    odd: breathe 2-4-6 by 50
    even: breathe 4-6-8 by 50

    3x100 @ 1:40 FAST (1:07+, 1:08, 1:07)

    9x100 @ 1:40 D1-3, 4-6, 7-9 kick w/ fins

    100 EZ

    Total: 4100

    The pool temperature has skyrocketed to almost 83 degrees now. Too warm for an outdoor pool. They turned the chiller on, but I am unsure how much that will help cool the pool (the best I can probably hope for is that it slows the temperature rise!).

    Updated May 27th, 2019 at 10:17 PM by Calvin S

    Categories
    Swim Workouts
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