A Rehash of Bob Bowman’s Live Tweets From NBAC’s Saturday Morning Practice

In case you missed it this morning, here’s a recounting of all of Bob Bowman’s live Tweets from NBAC’s morning practice. Thanks to Ellen Wilson for putting this together and allowing us to share it with her readers.

Note sure what’s going on here? See our story from yesterday.

Below Bowman’s Tweets we’ve also compiled Tweets from fellow elite group coaches Erik Posegay, who worked the distance lane, and Keenan Robinson, who took some great pictures.

Maybe the Tweet of the whole day came from Robinson, which we featured above. NBAC’s training group right now is quite astonishing, and ranges across ages, nationalities, and genders.

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bobo gigi

Very cool.
It looks like Yannick Agnel has a lot of fun with that training group.
And I don’t see Mr Phelps in the water. 😉

Justin Thompson

Phelps is done….but I’m very excited to see how Yannick swims this summer after a year of training with this group.

Kate M.

As in “stick a fork in it” done? Or for the week? He WAS in St. Petes for a workout session. I have a 10$ bet that he won’t be in Rio.

GolfGodess

I’ll take that bet Kate M.! Bobo Gigi, Phelps may be in Hawaii with GF Win McMurry. Warmer there than in New Jersey, I bet!

aswimfan

I’ll take that bet and triple it!

lovetheburn

No mention on Connor Dwyer and Ous Mellouli!?
Two day break for the older guys – extended recovery maybe haha

weirdo

yeah, where was Michael, Connor, and Ous? probably why they swim fast whenever….missing some workouts!?

Zanna

Conor had a clinic somewhere this weekend and was spotted via twitter in NYC.

weirdo

maybe at super bowl festivities?

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