The continuing quest of Binge Swimmer to take swimming seriously, (but of course not too seriously) Having failed miserably in 2012 and crashed and burned in 2013, my aim for 2014 is unsurprisingly; To swim the equivalent of a mile a day, (that's a little under 590,000 metres for the metrically challenged amongst you)
Sunday, 17 February 2013
Catch Up Sunday (or Elephant lands on unsuspecting swimmer)
I turned up for the Sunday afternoon session to find that EMSC 1.0 had been temporarily replaced by EMSC 2.0.
Despite the change in personnel the session on the white board had all the characteristics of an EMSC 1.0 session, particularly when we got to the 400m fly swim down.
The coach wasn't the only thing that was different; for some reason the other swimmers decided it would be ok to swap lanes and I ended up swimming at the back of the fast lane. Not good and things got even worse when that creature of swimming mythology the elephant of knackeredness landed pretty firmly on my back......aargh.
Fortunately we had neither the time nor the inclination to complete 400m fly at the end of the session and we all simply thought that EMSC 1.0\2.0 was "having a laff". With a rare showing of solidarity (or survival instinct/self preservation) we all set off on a swim down without a stroke of fly in sight.
200 up free down back
133 up free down breast
7 x 333 swam as
3 x 33 odd sets on 35, even sets on 40
2 x 66 odd sets on 70, even sets on 80
1 x 100 odd sets on 1:45 even sets on 2:00
266 swim down
3000 metres total
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