EA 120-131 HR
with 4 X
3 minutes standing at 60 RPM
3 minutes seated at 75 RPM
3 minutes seated at 90 RPM
Brick tonight: 1 hour ride, 25 minute run
Good lord, my legs are I really am not used to training with intensity. I can ride and run forever at MY pace, but to step up and get my HR up is a different story. I wanted to walk after 8 minutes. Thankfully, I didn't and my legs felt better after 15 or so. At least this time I didn't have to worry about keeping my HR up during the run :)
Functional Movement and swim tonight:
The FM set took longer than I thought. I was supposed to do 2 sets, but only got in one. I will try to do the other this afternoon. The Physioball is no joke :)
The plan was to just swim around for a while, then go to Masters swim. But the Master's coach was sick. I'm glad I decided to do the workout that my coach gave me, because once I found out there wasn't class, I left, so it wasn't a wasted trip, just shorter thanI planned.
Warm up: 500 (swim, pull, kick)Main set:11 x 100 with :20 rest. This ended up being 11 x 100 on the 2:00. The last 5 or 6 were my fastest 100's, which is encouraging. I am starting to get my form back and my breathing is getting back to normal.Cool down: 400 (mostly kick and pull)
MAF Zone (142-151 HR)
EA Zone (120- 131 HR)
Ok, now I remember why I don't train with intensity...it's hard. I must have an usually low heart rate because I was dying just trying to get to the minimum HR zones. Like side stitch dying. Oh well, it's good for me, right?
First day of training. Swim tonight
Warm up (600 as 200 swim, 200 pull, 200 kick)Main Set: 2x (50, 75, 100, 150 , 150, 100, 75, 50) :10 rest after each set200 kick between the main setsCool down (800 as 200 kick, 200 pull, 200 drills, 200 kick)