Daily Swim Coach Workout #870

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Workout Context

Purpose:  Capacity (Base) Building
Target age group:  15-18 years old, 13-14 years old, 19-22 years old
Target level:  Senior Age Group/ High School State Level
Weeks until target meet:  3 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
Thursday [2/2/23]

Process Over Outcome!
Get All Value out of remaining Work Phase!
Prioritize Health and Self Nurturing!

4×100 fre flow @1:30
4×75 hinge-fist-full build o=fr e=ch @Coaches
4×25 o=under pullouts dpc e=scull hi level

5×100 kick TIP o=ch e=IM (1:20/1:25/1:30/1:35/1:40)

100 rebuild drill/swim

Mid Race:

400 fr, [email protected] (1:05/1:10/1:15)
400 (75fr/25IMO) Neg [email protected]+:10
2×25 rebuild @:45
400 IM Broken for :[email protected]
4×25 rebuild @:45
300 fr Flow @base
300 (50fr/25ch non fr, pick one) N/[email protected]+:10
2×25 rebuild @:45
300 ch, Same as ch from above, Broken:[email protected]’s
4×25 rebuild @:45
200 fr flow @b
200 fr/stroke by 25, N/S, @b+:10
2×25 rebuild @:45
200 ch Broken :[email protected]’s, blocks
4×25 rebuild @:45

8×100 free, flow as wd, ch of equipment

Short Race:
Long Race:

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