The weather tomorrow is looking somewhat half decent so I’d really like to try and ride into work tomorrow. The only thing is I have swimming on Thursday mornings! I figured I’d take my chances at my local Y for a late night swim. I got in the water just before 9 pm and had an hour. I actually really liked the swim workout from Tuesday. It was a 2500m workout that I had to cut 300m short. I thought I would see if I could get it all done tonight. It was pretty quiet at the pool and even though I was sharing a lane we all kept out of each other’s way and I got into a really great groove. I wound up being the last one in the water. I was 100m short and they were taking the lane dividers down so I figured it was time to call it a night. So there we go…2200m on Tuesday, 2400m today!
***In hockey pool news, I won round one!!! We shall see how things shake out in round two.
***And…I’m sorry if I am behind on commenting on your blog! I’ve got 211 unread posts in my Google Reader!
Run Sarah says
Wow, awesome long swims! I used to swim competitive and could easily swim 2000-2500m but now I find I lose focus and tire so easily! At least with running, I have music. What helps you get through them?
Melanie Tait says
Your long swims are becoming the stuff of legend in my mind :)!
Mel-2nd Chances says
congrats on the hockey pool so far! 🙂 awesome job on the workoutsl 🙂
wow! impressive swim! 🙂 some days you just need to ‘unplug’ on a run. i’m pretty addicted to my data too, but occasionally i’ll just run ‘bare’ without my watch/hrm/nike+
It’s kind of nice running watch-free now and then… I just wish I had the willpower to do it more often.
I’m glad you’re finally getting back to cycling outside! I like the trainer b/c there aren’t any cars, but I understand the difference between a treadmill and the great outdoors!
p.s. I signed up for the San Francisco Marathon. Any chance you’d come down for that 🙂 ?
LOL… With so many bloggy buds, its easy to get behind!
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