The set sounds easy, unless you do exactly what's asked.
This week's set uses a fartlek approach to working on speed.
Speed set this week, but the kind that energizes rather than destroys.
Speed set this week...good training for gaining some back-half speed on your 100.
Active-recovery set this week...incorporating some early season speedwork and using 125s (yards) to get ready to race 100 short-course meters.
What we're starting with is a conversational tone with Jessica, as she takes us through how she thinks about speed, how she trains, and what her favorite drills are.
Our set of the week offers many chances to practice starts, breakout speed, fast turns, and finishing speed.
As we head into the SCM season, it's time to push beyond the SCY comfort zone of 50s and 100s. Today's workout asks you to do broken 75s and 125s, with a little bit of speed to spice things up.
This week's set asks you to tire the body with 100-125 yards of swim or kick, then climb out and dive in for a really FAST 25...then repeat.
Following this week's theme of finding one practice that works for all levels....
Here's a set with variations for the entire group. Simply put, here's how to keep a very varied group of swimmers all doing the same sendoff, and stay challeneged.
Sticking with some hand awareness this week. Yesterday we used a tool, and today we use a great series from Dave Denniston.