Zane Grothe Thought he was Over-Trained… But found out he was Under-Recovered

2019 USA SWIMMING PRO SWIM SERIES – GREENSBORO

Reported by Torrey Hart.

MEN’S 1500 FREE

  • Pro Swim Series record: 14:53.12 – Jordan Wilimovsky, 2016
  • 2020 Olympic Trials cut: 15:44.89
  1. Zane Grothe, BCH, 15:18.71
  2. Chris Wieser, DART, 15:40.33
  3. Christian Bayo, TAC, 15:43.31

There was no catching Zane Grothe in this race, as he finished first by nearly 22 seconds. Grothe was out in 57.59, then held 1:02-lows for the next 800 yards before dropping to 1:01s. He was 4:03.88 at the 400 and 8:12.99 at the 800 before finishing in 15:18.71. His best time is 14:48.40 from the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.

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Dumdumsum

Under recovery going to be the next buzz word.

612

This has been around. Just recycling now

ERVINFORTHEWIN

lolzzzz

anonymous

Does USA swimming have nutritional and recovery guidelines for each elite athlete?

Heyitsme

No?

Sprintdude9000

If everyone stopped training mornings under-recovery wouldn’t be a thing

The Screaming Viking!

Not true. Any amount of training without sleep and ENOUGH QUALITY FOOD can become overtraining due to inability to recover. Doubles can be optimal, but only for those who take care of themselves properly. We now have tools that can help us to know when the rest is more important than the extra swim.

Entgegen

What are you doing… you’re sabotaging your own kind 🙁 I’m just tryna get some sleep man

asdagh

I am betting that guy is a coach

Mike

And everyone would be sprintdudes.

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