Monday Swim Report / Things I Might Have Missed
Saturday Proposed Swim Rundown

LCM IM-ish Workout

When I was making this morning's LCM swim workout I was thinking of Saturday's Swim Meet.  I was thinking what both I and one of my swim mates who joins me every week and what we will be swimming.  I figure anyone else will just swim along so I was able to tailor the workout towards this weekend.  Stroke wise this Saturday's meet is all 50's and 100's SCM.  The only "distance" freestyle is an 800 and a 200 SCM.  So I figured I'd make the workout a little bit of everything but an 800.

Warm UP (broken 1000 LCM):
300 Swim
300 Pull
300 Kick
100 Swim

Warm UP Set:
8x50's IM Order Odds Drill / Evens Swim (400/1400)

Main Set:
200 Free on 2:20
50 Fly on 1:10
100 IM on 2:00
50 Easy on 1:00
200 Free on 2:20
50 Back on 1:10
100 IM on 2:00
50 Easy on 1:00
200 Free on 2:20
50 Fly on 1:10
100 IM on 2:00
50 Easy on 1:00
200 Free on 2:20
50 Breast on 1:10
100 IM on 2:00
50 Easy on 1:00
The main set was only 1600 LCM.  As for the 100's in a LCM we'd just swim 1/2 a lap fly/back and a lap 1/2 breast/free to make it work.  I really should have made them 200 IM's but no need to go crazy. (1600/3000)

After a quick pee break we did 6x50's.  Odds Sprint / Evens Easy Free.  I did all my sprints butterfly. The total workout was only 3300 LCM.  Not the hardest of workouts but I got some butterfly in.  Got to admit my butterfly these days isn't so great.  To think that I will be swimming the 200 butterfly in about a month and a half at SPMA SCM Regionals sorta sounds insane right now.  I'll swim it and finish it but can't imagine I'll have a personal best.  But a lot can change in a month and a few days.






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