I can't say I'm back to swimming when I've only swam twice this year. The first time was Febuary 28th and then this morning March 22nd. Before all that my last swim was January 31st. Oy!
Warm Up 500 Free 4x100's Kick 10 seconds rest (400/900)
Main Set: 2x225 Backstroke (2nd one faster then 1st) on 4:20. I did a 3:16 and 3:03. (450/1350) 2x125's Backstroke (2nd one faster then 1st) on ??. I did a 1:43 and 1:38 (250/1600) 1x100 Breaststroke(100/1700)
8x25's Im Order. Odds Kick / Evens Sprint (200/2450)
Not a huge amount of yardage but since I'm not swimming it was a killer. I'm feeling places I haven't felt in ages. It hurts but I do miss swimming. Hopefully with my promotion at work I can find more time for swimming!
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Lane 2 - Go Swim posts "Freestyle - Breathing to Both Sides. Sure, most people call it "bilateral" breathing, but when you're working with developing swimmers, try to keep the language as common as possible."
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