The Culver City Plunge is one of my favorite pools so every Tuesday morning that I get to swim LCM at Culver is like heaven. Not just because it is LCM but I love how the water is kept at a nice chilly temperature. If my body didn't get so tired in it's old age I could just keep swimming all day.
100 Swim (700)
6x50's Odds Drill / Evens Swim (300/1000)
6x100's 2 @ 1:40 2 @ 1:35 2 @ 1:30 (600)
4x50's on 55 (200/800)
2x200 3:20 (400/1200)
1x300 4:30 (300/1500)
1x100 active recovery no interval Square Up Clock (100/1600)
6x100's 2 @ 1:40 2 @ 1:35 2 @ 1:30 (i messed up the intervals so I took extra rest after the 5th one. Between counting my strokes so that I'd do alternate side breathing and remembering how many 100's I was swimming I lost track of when I left the wall. (600/2200)
4x50's on 55 (200/2400)
2x200 3:10 (400/2800)
Then I got out. I swam the 300 pretty hard so without a warm down I'll be feeling the pain in a bit. Total LCM was 4100. After the swim I rode my bike home the whole way. On the way to the pool I take a bus usually from La Cienega to Venice then ride to the pool. But on the way home I like to ride the full 7+ miles. It's on a gradual hill up La Cienega. And since I'm driving on a busy street during the morning commute it's a lot of fun. Well if you like cars coming within inches of you.
MTD Yardage: 63,000
MTD LCM: 10,500
YTD Yardage: 178,650
YTD LCM 21,300
And that ends the month of March in Swimming. 63.000 Short Course Yards and 10,500 Long Course Meters.