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15 Mar 18
I’ve been exploring different sorts of HIT swimming. Would like to talk about ideas for variation.
1 Apr 18
I really like the ladder approach, after warming up, fast 25m at 90% RPE, 25 recovery, then 50 at say 70-80%, 50 recovery, 100, 200, & 400 (at a moderate pace) and then work your way back up. I’m not sure if that makes sense. Adding the sprints and recovery, you would have, 50+100+200+400+800+400+200+100+50=2300m
I also do sprint intervals, 25m or 50m sprint with double the length in recovery, but the above tends to be more fun for me 😉
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