For Micheal: week 2

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by rtk, Jan 27, 2006.

  1. rtk

    rtk Guest

    If you did Week One and it worked for you, here's Week Two.

    WEEK two:
    200 yards...rest for 12 breaths
    100 yards...rest for 10 breaths...repeat 3 times
    50 yards...rest for 6 breaths...repeat 3 times
    25 yards...rest for 4 breaths...repeat 3 times
    total: 900 yards

    To get to 1650 straight in 6 weeks, remember it's necessary to continue
    although you might not feel like it. As I said before, our minds aren't
    very accurate about what our bodies can do. So, whatever you're
    thinking about not doing, let your body do it anyhow. It can. If we do
    less than we can do, we are training ourselves to do less. Training our
    minds is really a lot harder than training our bodies.

    On my page about ultradistance and the workouts for doing the 4.4 mile
    very rough water Chesapeake Bay Swim, there are a lot of broken swims
    for developing strength and endurance, but the more important are the
    really long straight swims for MENTAL endurance. You have to do that,
    too. We all find that tough.

    rtk
     
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  2. rtk

    rtk Guest

    If you did Week One and it worked for you, here's Week Two.

    WEEK two:
    200 yards...rest for 12 breaths
    100 yards...rest for 10 breaths...repeat 3 times
    50 yards...rest for 6 breaths...repeat 3 times
    25 yards...rest for 4 breaths...repeat 3 times
    total: 900 yards

    To get to 1650 straight in 6 weeks, remember it's necessary to continue
    although you might not feel like it. As I said before, our minds aren't
    very accurate about what our bodies can do. So, whatever you're
    thinking about not doing, let your body do it anyhow. It can. If we do
    less than we can do, we are training ourselves to do less. Training our
    minds is really a lot harder than training our bodies.

    On my page about ultradistance and the workouts for doing the 4.4 mile
    very rough water Chesapeake Bay Swim, there are a lot of broken swims
    for developing strength and endurance, but the more important are the
    really long straight swims for MENTAL endurance. You have to do that,
    too. We all find that tough.

    rtk
     
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