>Cross Training>Swim Workout -- Logistical Question
Reaching 1,243 in 2008 -- one day, one week, one mile at a time.
Okay. This may seem silly, but how do you take a specific workout with you to the pool? Do you memorize it? Do you have a waterproof card? (For the treadmill I just write it on a postit and put it somewhere on the display thing... but I feel like a postit would disintegrate... Thoughts?
MTA......Sorry Mike, I see you were talking about the track and not the pool.......
So people bring cards with their workouts when they run on treadmills? What about at the track or on the roads? And how complicated are these workouts that you need to write them down?
I'm genuinely curious--it would never occur to me to have to write down a workout in advance but then my workouts are pretty simple.
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Mikey: I find treadmills incredibly boring. I have taken to using the treadmill workouts on Runners World (see link below) so ... yeah. I use postits for that. I wouldn't if I were going on the road. I'd just fartlek by feel or plan a route with hills.
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