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05|02|14 LCM recovery, drills and kick

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500 free very slow
50 FK fast
50 FK easy
400 drill
50 FK fast
50 FK easy
400 drill
50 FK fast
50 FK easy
400 drill/slow free/back
50 FK fast
50 Br K
400 drill (short fins)
50 FK fast
50 Br K
400 drill (short fins)
50 FK fast
50 Br K
400 drill/slow free
50 FK fast
50 Br K
300 drill (short fins)

3800 m, most with HR < 115 BPM

At times the slow free was very slow, like 1:00+ for a 50. It was done as a drill for the sensation of water in a propulsive and streamline sense.

The fast kicks weren't AFAP, maybe 90% E. For the last 5 - 10m of them (50 FK's fast), it felt as if acidosis wanted to occur but only a small amount was manufactured. I even bumped up the E to the wall to see but the legs were fine. Must be a sign of training adaptation, and though lactate toleration work is geared more for 100 -200's, this may become useful for my LCM 50.
Interestingly, my flutter kicks kept getting easier, and to a point, faster, up to when I got out of the pool.

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Updated May 2nd, 2014 at 05:25 PM by __steve__

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