Our last session on this training trip at the National Training Center d’Coque in Luxembourg. This morning we were really just trying to get a loosen swim in before the long bus ride back home.
Recovery workout from 2011 when I visited a friend in Switzerland. At that time, I haven’t been swimming seriously for a while and that type of “beginner” workout was just what I needed to get a good workout or for my friend to recover from a hard week of training.
You should always start the year the same way you want it to end…with a bang! That’s what the team did for their January 1st morning workout.
In 2001, I coached a group that had 90 minutes of pool time each day. I wanted more! In an attempt to get a “full” workout in, I decided to combine my warmup and main series a few times per week.
Our age groupers have gone through quite a big aerobic base work phase the past weeks. With Junior Nationals approaching, it’s now time to start to give them speed.
There are a few key items to consider with this practice: First, at T2 Aquatics most athletes stay fairly light with the weight they pull on the buckets.