As a coach, I have a hard time striking a healthy balance with kick sets – it can feel like all or nothing. As a solution to this, I’ve been using fin work to drive the intensity, without relying on crazy intervals to demand effort.
Sometimes IM training isn’t what you want, but it’s exactly what you need. So this week, IM is a means of building speed, agility and endurance for the mid-distance/distance freestyler.
This set is not for the faint of heart. If you’re looking for a truly challenging way to build endurance AND track results – this set’s for you.
This week’s set is formulated specifically for 500/1000 training. The combination of active recovery and quality speed work will challenge athletes at every level.
Whether she’s training for an English Channel crossing or a record-breaking 500 yard swim, this set is a “go-to” in marathon swimmer Catherine Breed’s lineup of workouts.
Looking for a set that will build and little character and strength? Well, you’ve found it! This week’s set is the perfect dose of endurance and power.
The essentials… A simple ladder to close out a workout with quality speed work.
For the coaches and swimmers that love a good 50 set, this workout is a dream.
Aaj Ka Workout Distance Swimmers use kar skte hai and ye workout Distance Swimming me Pace ko maintain karne ke liye hai.
Aaj Ka Workout Swimmers warmup me use kar skte hai and ye workout heavy weight/dryland day ke baad krna kafi jyada helpful hota hai.
Nice set to warm-up with – especially helpful after a heavy weight/dryland day.
Niche Diye Gaye Sets Ko 20-30 Sec Ke Rest Ke Sath Karna Hai.
The interval is slow for this set (about 20-30 sec. rest) seeing that you’ll be working harder on the sprints with limited air.
Choose an interval that gives you 5-10 seconds rest between each set of yardage.