Thursday, April 11
by, April 11th, 2013 at 03:26 PM (1140 Views)
4 x 50 front scull w/agility paddles @ :15 RI
4 x 50 free w/agility paddles, EVF emphasis @ 1:00
8 x 25 burst + cruise @ 1:00
Did a slightly modified version of the main hypoxic/speed set from Workout #1 of Week #14 from the HIT forum, including 24 shooters: http://forums.usms.org/showthread.ph...k-14-April-1-7.
8 x 25 back shooters @ :40 + :20 extra rest
1 x 100 fast free @ 90% w/agility paddles, :55
6 x 25 right side shooters @ :40 + :40 extra rest
1 x 100 fast IM @ 95%, broken @ 25s for :10, :51
4 x 25 belly shooters @ :40 + :40 extra rest
1 x AFAP 50 breast, :28
2 x 25 shooters @ :40 + :20 extra rest
1 x broken AFAP 50 dolphin kick w/board, :10 rest @ 25 (11-12s)
4 x through:
1 x 25 shooter @ :40, no extra rest
1 x 25 AFAP free, no breath (10s)
I was pretty beat today from yesterday's weights. Still managed some decent times. But was battling calf cramps the entire workout. Need to book a massage; I've just been too preoccupied.
Our structural engineer is at the house now evaluating our foundation. Hopefully, my stress level will go down after that. Trying not to get too worked up over this issue, but I really think the buyers intentionally did this to screw with the price. The wife who I detest was nattering on about how she is an "expert" in moving/buying houses (and should "create an app" -- rolls eyes). Well, good luck to them finding another beautiful old house with a pool, guest house and summer swim club membership. There aren't any in this school district or any others close by.
Edit: Our engineer says our foundation is structurally sound. There is one wall near the basement exit that has some water damage/crumbling that could be repaired. But it might not even be a problem for many years, hence we don't really need to repair it or comp them the money. He thought we were in very good shape for an old house. Glad we got our own consult. Now at least we are in a better position to negotiate.