Reply To: Training Plan Alternatives

Kevin Bickard

I’ve been struggling a bit getting a consistent schedule and activity for my swim substitute. There isjust so much stuff on the internet about core workouts and dryland exercises and weight training exercises so I’ve been trying out a bunch and seeing what I like. I did just get resistance bands in the mail so excited to give that a try.

I’ve been doing this core workout for swimmers a lot that I really like though. I think AJ references some videos by this guy above.

Good news is with the isolation I’ve had more time to do the things I always should be doing for running workouts: warming up, cooling down, stretching, rolling, glute exercises, nutrition tracking, relaxing after a hard workout. I’ve also had time to look for interesting and new running and biking routes instead of just using my usual go tos.