Something for everyone this week: 400s, 200s, 100s.
This week's set offers a way to introduce some really fast swimming, but without destroying the nervous system.
This week's set is a trimmed down version of a set that Glenn posted a few days ago...AKA it's a set for the rest of us :)
This week's set uses a descending sendoff and combines freestyle with choice of stroke (or IM).
This week's set is 9 X 200 with lots of rest, which means it's quality yardage
This week we're posting a set of broken 100s. This would work for an early taper...or a quality set even if you're not tapering.
This week's set is in response to a recent post in the Go Swim forum regarding "spinning" while racing.
This set of 100s offers a "take it to failure" challenge as well as a mental challenge to keep track of the sendoffs. As you progress, be ready to deal with those two voices in your head... the one telling you to swim fast enough to make the next sendoff, and the one telling you to slow down so you don't make the next sendoff.
This swimming set comes from my good friend Chris Weissman. Who made him do it I'm not sure, but it's a swim set that can cover a large group, with many ability levels, and is as challenging as it is adaptable to any swimmer.
This set of 225 IMs will help you focus on how fast you FEEL rather than on how fast the clock says you're going.