Workout 06/25/12: evening
by, June 25th, 2012 at 08:35 PM (446 Views)
I did a slightly modified version of Fort's [ame="http://forums.usms.org/showthread.php?t=20835"]workout #4 (6/11-17/12)[/ame] tonight as time allowed:
8 x (25 drill + 25 kick) @ 1:15
-- 2 of each stroke
4 x 50 torque drill @ 1:30
8 x 50 burst + cruise @ 1:00
1 x 100 AFAP FR (went 58.3)
2 x through:
-- 1 round free/kick
1 x 25 @ 100 pace + 25 EZ @ 1:30
1 x 25 AFAP + 75 EZ @ 2:15
1 x 50 AFAP + 100 EZ @ 4:00
8 x 50 @ 1:30
- 1-4: IM rotation
- 5-8: Quarter's Strong FR
I was able to say hi to GregJS tonight during the Monday evening swim - I miss getting there recently as it is more of a social time for me. I was picking his brain on breaststroke tecnique, as I regard him as my coach for for this horrible stroke.
This was a great speed workout - the intervals are almost spot on for really putting in the effort and getting rewarded with a little rest. Truth be told, I almost did the Lactate Production workout but after I wrote it down it dawned on me that I might have made a mistake. The 100 fast time was really good - not sure when I have gone that fast from a push in a while, and since I am not feeling very speedy of late it was nice to hammer out. I am still trying to balance store rate speed and not cutting my pull short on the fast swims - still more work to go. I don't have a parachute so I just modified that section a bit.
With work tomorrow I will likely not be able to swim, unless I get out right at 8pm and make the last 15 minutes of masters practice to stretch out. I may not be that motivated, though.
Oh, for your viewing pleasure, here is a look at the shirts I had made up for my open water swims this year. My yaker Bobby came up with the slogan and my talented sister Jill did the drawing (Bob's mom works for the Army/Navy shop in town and got us a good deal on printing). The Kingdom mountains to the Portland Light ...