Last night while lying in bed I started to get twitches or muscle spasms. I was just lying trying to get some shut eye when it started. I streched whie sitting up in bed and rolled my shoulders. Finally it stopped and I went to bed. This morning when I was at the pool warming up I could feel the area that was twitching starting to feel a bit tight. After swimming it felt okay but I didn't want to push it. So I swam the basic 1 hour workout and got out. No need to kill myself, at least not today. When I got home I had to look it up to see which muscle it was and I'm guessing it was the Infraspinatus. Yeah, I never heard of it either. According to wikipedia the Infrasinatus is -
In human anatomy, the infraspinatus muscle is a thick triangular muscle, which occupies the chief part of the infraspinatous fossa. As one of the four muscles of the rotator cuff, the main function of the infraspinatus is to laterally rotate the arm, and stabilise the shoulder joint.
I don't know if I'm guessing correct but at least I learned something new today. As for empanada, well I'm just hungry!
300 Swim / 100 Pull / 50 Catch Up Drill / 50 Swim (500)
5x100's on 2:20 3 Kick / 2 Kick/Swim (500/1000)
10x100's on 2 Minutes. 1-5 IM Descending / rest 30 seconds / 6-10 Back Descending BUT starting at the pace of the third one previously. So I did a 1:20 for my third IM so I had to start my backstroke descend from 1:20. The other two swimmers did this freestyle in my group while the two other swimmers did set sof 4x100's at an easier interval. I finished my IM descend on a 1:13 and my back on a 1:12. I'm okay with that. Not earth shattering fast but okay. (1000/2000)
I warmed down a 100. I actually was going to swim a bit more but I had to pee. And since I have to walk all the way to the restroom I can't be bothered coming back. So I got out. Let my infraspinatus rest. Since today is my 4th day in a row swimming I plan to take tomorrow as a recovery day. Wahoo, sleep in!