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Old 02-02-2016
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Originally Posted by WFEGb View Post
Hello,

unsecure if it will be of any help. My SPLs are by far not as constant as the former posted and am much slower. But may some of the slower swimmers take it as encouragement to put theirs in too.

Male, 65years (next month), 1.86m. Tabled GZ 34.5-44SPL LCM. I swam the tests yesterday and today. Always two laps, breathed every two, one lap left, second right. Rest intervals 40s-50s. Two beeps push off, one more for the turn.

Started yesterday with higher TT-Settings as warm up and for to have some comfy laps... and would stop testing when out my tabled GZ. Swam the last TT-set twice to ensure time to quit has really come...

Yesterday
TT/sec ----- SPL1/SPL2 ----- Time/100m
1.50 ------- 38/39 ----------- 2:03
1.48 ------- 37/37 ----------- 1:57
1.46 ------- 36/37 ----------- 1:54
1.44 ------- 38/38 ----------- 1:57
1.42 ------- 37/39 ----------- 1:55
1.40 ------- 38/38 ----------- 1:53
1.38 ------- 39/38 ----------- 1:53
1.36 ------- 38/40 ----------- 1:53
1.34 ------- 39/39 ----------- 1:51
1.32 ------- 39/40 ----------- 1:51
1.30 ------- 39/39 ----------- 1:48
1.28 ------- 40/40 ----------- 1:49
1.26 ------- 39/42 ----------- 1:48
1.24 ------- 41/41 ----------- 1:49
1.22 ------- 42/43 ----------- 1:50
1.20 ------- 44/44 ----------- 1:52
1.18 ------- 44/45 ----------- 1:51
1.18 ------- 45/45 ----------- 1:52


Today
TT/sec ----- SPL1/SPL2 ----- Time/100m
1.34 ------- 38/39 ----------- 1:50
1.32 ------- 38/38 ----------- 1:47
1.30 ------- 38/39 ----------- 1:47
1.28 ------- 37/39 ----------- 1:44
1.26 ------- 38/39 ----------- 1:43
1.24 ------- 38/40 ----------- 1:43
1.22 ------- 39/39 ----------- 1:41
1.20 ------- 40/40 ----------- 1:42
1.18 ------- 41/42 ----------- 1:44

1.16 ------- 42/44 ----------- 1:46
1.14 ------- 44/45 ----------- 1:47
1.14 ------- 45/46 ----------- 1:49

FWIW and with best regeards,
Werner

PS: Only FPs: Spearing flat and rotating flat. The first could be hold some laps longer... Only FP for the last 100s was catching the TT's bong...
Werner: in this comparison between 2 days, in the first day the progression from TT 1.24 to 1.18 resulted in a marked degradation of SPL from 41 to 45; on the second day from 38/40 to 41/42. Why the improvement, do you think. Was it merely due to a longer exercise set and resulting fatigue the first day, and you had recovered by the second day and did the same TT sequence relatively earlier in the set?
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