For my swim, I devised some simple open water swim workouts (below) so I will be training 100% open water. They changed the schedule at my pool and I was a little frustrated at first but this works out much better. It is summer and we had a heat wave this weekend. It was 88°F and the water temps at Aquatic Park were up to 63°F in the afternoon!
|RUN or REST||TR BIKE||RUN AM / Strength||SWIM||RUN AM / Strength||LSD RUN or Bike||SUP / SWIM|
|Outlook = good|
|Swim / SUP with Water World Swim|
|Bike commuting etc.|
|Running to the beach|
|Running in the city of SF celebraing Summer of Love 50th Anniversary|
|Running on Trails|
|Bike Interval Session with Trainer Road|
The buoy line at A.P. is about 200-250 meters. I'm not going to worry too much about numbers but concentrate on just doing it. Keep it simple!
- 1 length easy warmup
- 1 length drills (single arm, side kicks, sharkfin, tarzan, closed fists)
- 1 lap speed or tempo (buoy intervals, with 10 sec rest, 10 strokes fast/10 ez, 4 min. tabatas, Finis Tempo Trainer, ladder progressions)
- 1 lap endurance
- Cool down back to the beach
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