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Really Pushed Myself...

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Workout
200 Warm up
We did
3 x 25 (swim,kick,swim,drill)
3 x
I just can't remember exactly and this drives me nuts, but I went thru this briefly with someone else who also says they don't remember exactly either however yardage sets came to

800 yds, sets of 25's x swim, kick swim, drill
600 yds, sets of 50's free/ choice
500 yds, kicking free/Im
then I pushed
3 x 100 free fast...not sure of time, darn it
3 x 100 I M not sure but all out,
3 X 100 choice (started poopin out)
3 minute intervals.
cool down
200

When will I be able to post my workouts from practice with the ease I see of other.
It was concluded that yardage was about 3200
Remembered to push hard off walls. I felt good about my flipturns. Sombersaulting completely onto back before rolling out and stroking without taking a breath coming out of the turn sometimes.

Father's Day is coming up and maybe that is why I feel blah. My Dad past away last July from Alzheimers. He was the best life coach I ever had and also my biggest fan.

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Updated June 5th, 2009 at 04:10 AM by flippergirl

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  1. KEWebb18's Avatar
    One thing that I do is I write down everything right after I swim. The things I have problems with are remembering the sets that don't have a set distance or the sets where I barely make the intervals or get lapped by my lane mates.

    Don't get discouraged about your "lack of improvement". I think that you HAVE improved. You have made significant improvements on making yourself a better swimmer.

    I am sorry to hear about your dad. I am sure that he is still your biggest fan!
  2. flippergirl's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by KEWebb18
    One thing that I do is I write down everything right after I swim. The things I have problems with are remembering the sets that don't have a set distance or the sets where I barely make the intervals or get lapped by my lane mates.

    Don't get discouraged about your "lack of improvement". I think that you HAVE improved. You have made significant improvements on making yourself a better swimmer.

    I am sorry to hear about your dad. I am sure that he is still your biggest fan!
    Out coach writes them on a board and they look more complicated than they are. I guess I need to get know his lango. The main thing is that I swim.

    He was 84 and had a great life. He was a good Dad, Katie. I am usually okay but every once in a while it hits you. Thanks for the encouragement. You sound like you are in the swing...keep postin!