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10 min choice
--300 w/bouy
--200 dolphin kick w/fins
--100 IM drill

4 x 400 IM broken
done as
2 x 50 fly r/10
100 bk r/10
100 br r/10
100 fr r/10

100 fly r/10
2 x 50 bk r/10
100 br r/10
100 fr r/10

100 fly r/10
100 bk r/10
2 x 50 r/10
100 fr r/10

100 fly r/10
100 bk r/10
100 br r/10
2 x 50 r/10

50 ez

10 x 200
--odds free @ 2:45
--evens stroke choice @ 3:15

200 w/d

4450

After weekends filled with gymnastics meets, dance competitions, traveling out of town for other personal issues our family is back to a "normal" schedule. We have been at home for a total of five weekends since Oct. Now it's time to get all I can out of my training for the next month.

The 50's on the broken IM's were suppose to be faster than our race splits. I nailed those but need to push the back a little more.

The last 200 coach had us rest a extra 45 and swim it for time. I went backstroke and nailed that also. Another good confidence builder!

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  1. knelson's Avatar
    ...without a mic to grab?
  2. joel schmaltz's Avatar
    You got it. A little old school for ya. Those 7K workouts of yours hurt just reading them. Keep it up!
  3. knelson's Avatar
    I've got to admit those are a little too much for me. Once a week for a two hour workout is about all I can handle. My body is better suited to 90 minutes for sure. I'm definitely dragging this morning.
  4. joel schmaltz's Avatar
    I would have a hard time keeping up with those young legs and lungs you train with. I get older daily!

    It will all pay off for you.