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Daily Swim Coach Workout #659

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Workout Context

Purpose:  Capacity (Base) Building
Target age group:  23+ years old
Target level:  Masters (Beginner), Masters (Intermediate), Masters (Advanced)
Weeks until target meet:  11 weeks
Team Location:  United States
Course:  25 Meters
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The Workout

Practicing changing speeds (surges) within progressively longer intervals. Keep rests relatively short.

Warm Up
    300 loosen choice
    100 kick choice
    2 x [choice stroke, all @:10-15R]
        25 drill
        50 technique
        75 [build by 25] to 80% effort
        100 kick [last 25 fast]
    4 x 25 Choice on :35 or @:10R, odds = strong 85-90%, evens = aerobic 70%
    
Main Set
    [Note to Coach = give option to swimmers to PULL any one of these three sets]
    6 x 100 @:10R odds = aerobic/strong by 25, evens = smooth free
    4 x 200 @:15R odds = aerobic/strong by 50, evens = smooth free
    2 x 300 @:20R, 1. aerobic/strong by 75, 2. smooth free

Warm Down
    300 easy swim, kick or pull, or as much distance until time ends [minimum 100]
    
    
Prime Aquatics, Alcoa, TN www.primeaq.com
Coach Lana Burl, Masters Coach
[email protected]
lbendurance.com
USMS, USA Swimming, USA Triathlon

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