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10/24/20 Workout

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by , October 26th, 2020 at 10:56 AM (153 Views)
Saturday, 10/24/2020 Pool Workout

200 fr alternating breathing sides x 25
8x75 fr :10R - o - l-arm/r-arm/sw, e-full catchup/3/4 cathchup/swim
3x150 k :20R - 1 - fr+board, 2 - fr 4/5/6 UDK x 50, 3 - IM

6x50 fr :45 d1-3, 4-6 to threshold
4x50- fr :45 o-b, e-25 fast/25 ez
9x100 fr 1-3 1:20, 4-6 1:15, 7-9 1:10
100 ez

8x25 :35 o-add-on fl st at beginning and end, e-SLOB dolphin
8x25 :30 o-fl (1 no breath, 3 all breath, 5 "butterfree", 7 perfect stroke), e-ez
100 ez
50 fl fast (26.8)

150 ez + warmup
50 back for time (24.8)
100 warmdown

3550y



Wall was slippery so I had to curl my toes over just a bit. UWs still a bit lackadaisical but I feel like I had some velocity there. You can tell I was a 200 backstroker not a 50 backstroker with those breakouts. Think I've got a 23 in me with a rest from weight training and cleaning some little things up. My college best was 24.11...

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  1. Karl_S's Avatar
    I like it.

    BW: curling the toes over the gutter should be legal like it was in the '70s.
    Among other benefits it would eliminate the expense of those wedges.
  2. JPEnge's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl_S
    I like it.

    BW: curling the toes over the gutter should be legal like it was in the '70s.
    Among other benefits it would eliminate the expense of those wedges.
    Gosh, I hate the wedges. Feel like a doofus setting the things up and always nervous it won't retract right.

    I think they should let us start off the blocks with just the heels in the water. That was the rule in Illinois high school swimming until right before I got to high school.
  3. Karl_S's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by JPEnge
    Gosh, I hate the wedges. Feel like a doofus setting the things up and always nervous it won't retract right.

    I think they should let us start off the blocks with just the heels in the water. That was the rule in Illinois high school swimming until right before I got to high school.
    Yup. Then when I was in HS they changed the rules. I didn't know and couldn't figure out why the started was telling me my toes had to be below the water line. I begrudgingly obliged. My coach told me after the race.