Daily Swim Coach Workout #223

by Dan Dingman 0

September 22nd, 2020 Swimming Workouts, Training

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Workout Context

  • Purpose:  Base building
  • Target age group:  19-22 years old
  • Target level:  National/ Collegiate Level
  • Weeks until target meet:  13 weeks
  • Team Location:  United States
  • Course:  25 Yards
  • Shared workout link:  Click here to view this workout on commitswimming.com

The Workout

Warm up with Fins
    300 choice – underwater swim as much as possible
    400 Fly with Fins K/Drill 25 pocket kick + 25 Drill 4K 1P All flip turns.
    400 Back with Fins K/Drill (100 pocket kick with 6 count shoulder flex, 100 Vert Arms kick w/ Med ball (6 lb)
    Breast
    6 x Breast With snorkel
        2 x 25 scull drill 10 smooth front catch, 10 fast :35. Hold press during the in to out sweep.
        25 Drill 2K 1 pull :35 focus on scull type of pull
        25 Breast Swim – integrate the scull stroke. :35
        
    8x Free
        25 Free with 3rd black breakout and 3 fast strokes :35
        25 Free – 3rd black breakout and 3 fast finishing strokes:35
        2 x 25 fast flutter kick :25
4 x
    50 1:00 (5 streamline jumps under flags, 5 yd sprint to flip 20 yards fast swim 1 breath
    12.5 front scull drill, 12.5 duck paddle drill
    75 Kick on 1:20 drop 5 sec on interval each 75 (last interval 1:05)
    50 Back Swim Dbl Arm – steady head with duck balanced on your forehead, steady foot
speed 1:00

Coach Notes

The swim coach was asked to define any shorthand he or she used in this workout. Their notes should provide some additional context to this swimming workout.

Working on breaststroke and keeping the stroke in front versus a stroke that pull too far back and exposes too much resistance and takes time to get back to the streamline position for the kick to unload.


Mark Noetzel
Head Coach, Academy Swim Club Hawaii – Hawaii Preparatory Academy

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