Daily Swim Coach Workout #826

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Workout Context

Purpose:  Capacity (Base) Building
Target age group:  13-14 years old, 15-18 years old, 19-22 years old
Target level:  Senior Age Group/ High School State Level, National/ Collegiate Level
Weeks until target meet:  9 weeks
Team Location:  United States
Course:  25 Yards
Shared workout link:  Click here to view this workout on commitswimming.com

The Workout

RSD National/Champ
Wednesday/Thursday [2/10-11/21]

Mindset: Positive, Growth
Do what it takes: Earn it! Go get it…don’t wait for it to come to you.

600 straight: 100 swim dpc/100 wwyu

Finz 4×100 kick D1-4 to Max g5 @1:40

Sox 2x [[email protected] [email protected]]
            2×50 k/s g3 @1:00
            4×25 swim build @:40

4×25 rebuild @6 bobs streamlime

10×50 o=combo drills e=3 b to PP, [email protected] @:50

10×100 just make @base 1:10/1:15/1:20
10 bobs
8×100 @+:10, (A1:20) holding :12 from best!
10 bobs (break after 4, 1:00)
6×100 @+:10, (A1:30) holding :10 from best (break after 3, 1:00)
10 bobs
4×100 @+:10, (A1:40) holding :08 from best
10 bobs
2×100 @+:10, (A 1:50) holding :06 from best

5×50 rebuild tech review free

Coach Notes

The swim coach was asked to define any shorthand he or she used in this workout. Their notes should provide some additional context to this swimming workout.

PP=push pace

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