F.A.T. (For a Time) Tuesday with Glenbrook Aquatics

Head Sr. Coach
Glennbrook Aquatics
 
Our focus today was tired speed. I wanted to give the kids a gut check and asked them to find a way to sprint when tired. We warmed the kids up and then talked about expectations for honest efforts prior to revealing the set. It was 2 rounds as shown below – no breaks between rounds. The long interval on the sprint was to allow free time after the sprint to prepare for next round. Some took advantage and used time for active recovery. Others went the painful route and layed on the deck until it was time to go. We go a great effort from the kids. I will probably add a little more interval to the best average swims next time, but not much.

Enjoy!



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