Our swimming set this week is a pace pyramid.
This week's set will help masters swimmers determine their Aerobic Threshold (AT) pace in preparation for the One Hour Swim in January.
This week's set contains nine 200s and has all swimmers going on the same sendoff/turnaround.
This week's set helps triathletes get ready for that initial race to the first buoy.
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.
Experimenting today with how changing your breathing pattern...specifically, giving yourself more air during the course of a swim...can affect your pace, speed, and energy.
Still procrastinating...er...TRAINING for your USMS One-Hour Swim? Here's a set that will help you train at your aerobic threshold.
Doing the USMS One-Hour Swim this month? Here's a set that will help get you ready.
We're posting a few days early this week, with a special Black Friday workout, in case you want to plan ahead.
We have open-water swimming on our minds this week, after watching two thrilling 10K races at the London Olympics. To honor the world's best distance swimmers, and in remembrance of one who could not be in London, this week's set is a distance set shared with us by Fran Crippen when we filmed him in 2010.
Aerobic distance set plus an aquatic version of the Olympic event of Keirin.
Still trying to get in a little extra training before your One Hour Swim? Here's another set to help you get ready for this January Masters ritual.