IM set today, but with some freestyle relief.
Mixing up the strokes at the beginning of the week challenges some swimmers, but it keeps things interesting!
IM set this week -- build the event without getting destroyed in the process.
This week's set is meant as a recovery set after a speed day, but it can sneak up on you if you do the 75s correctly. At the bottom is a modified version for less-speedy lanes.
Two weeks in a row: a set that will keep the IM swimmers AND the freestylers happy (with some breaststroke love at the end).
IM set this week. Why do these always look so harmless on paper?
Calling all lane leaders! Here's a set that Barbara gave to her masters swimmers on two consecutive days. To avoid doing the set in the exact same way on day #2, lane leaders stepped up and quickly devised new ways to do the set. How would YOU handle the set for your lane?
Today's set keeps everyone on the same sendoff, and asks you to spend some time on each stroke. Plus some Olympic fun at the end.
I was a little gun-shy about giving this workout to my Masters group this morning. I handed it out with lots of warnings about not doing too much butterfly.
An IM set done by someone who doesn't particularly enjoy long IM sets.
This week's set follows the theme of learning how to pace yourself from start to finish through a workout.