Daily Swim Coach Workout #397

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Workout Context

  • Purpose:  Base building
  • Target age group:  13-14 years old, 15-18 years old
  • Target level:  National/ Collegiate Level, Senior Age Group/ High School State 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

RSD National/Champ
Saturday [12/26/20]
C1/W2 Holiday Training #4
Happy Holidays! Note schedule for next week, different from this week. Come prepared!

200 fr dpc
4×25 no Breath free dpc
200 bk/fr dpc
4×25 L drill scull
200 br/fr dpc
4×25 pullouts dpc
all @ 3 Bobs rest

sox
    2x
        6×25 kick build To fast
        4×50 swim o=hvo e=swolf
        [r1=sox on feet r2=Sox on hands 25’s pull]

4×100 free @ tight base [1:05/1:10/1:151:20]
4×100 @b+:20 (fr holding :10 from best, can do last 25 stroke, but keep same for 4)
[20 bobs as 4 streamline form/1best bottom sh]
4×100 fr @tight base
4×100 @b+:25 hold :08
[20 bobs same]
4×100 fr @tight base
4×100 @b+:30 hold within :06
10 bobs streamline

2x
    4×25 fly o=3r-3l flow e=fast fly
    4×25 bk same
    4×25 br o=separation e=fast br
    4×25 fr o=3r-3l e=fast fr
    2×25 ch from blocks

warm down with remaining time

        
        


Joe Benjamin
Head Coach, Rancho San Dieguito

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Erik
1 month ago

How did you establish the tight base? What was the overall success rate of swimmers within the set to hold the times required?