Sounds like an interesting day, Pammie! Good suggestions for books! I'm surprised no-one else mentioned Cerutty and Van Aaken.
What 5.5m with JnrWhy - Easy RunLast hard - TuesLast rest - Mon
Lyrics - No
Tnx Tom...my OH is pressurising removal and I do have sympathy but a boy's gotta do....7m fartlek...that stopped being speedplay at least 2 miles before...my minimalist running shoes in the hare and hounds at uni were tru form own make at four quid a pair!
Yesterday's lyrics "A town called Malice" by The JamToday, no idea.
LMH. There was definitely no miscounting. Even at 16 lengths I was a minute down. I put this down to the stroke improvements that I have been embedding. It's far less thrashy and has more side to side roll. There's better symmetry as a result. I'm reaching further up the pool and generally using less energy. However, it's now blatantly clear that I'm not trying hard enough, either with the amount of water I'm trying to grab and push back, or the stroke rate which is quite lazy. In running terms I'm doing a very gentle jog. Adding another 50 lengths would hold no fear even at this stage. One thing that was quite odd yesterday, after 75 lengths I seemed to relax and get a bit of feel for the water.
Bother, look at the time. No run completed.
Tut tut blisters...stop apologising for the things....I wish I could swim.....it'll all be gloriously clear in the morning. Tri definitely beyond me. More fun at the gym in the morning where they'll try and stretch the tightest hamstrings they have ever seen
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