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You'll be happy to know I double checked to make sure I was wearing swim gear before leaving the house. Still, I think I must have been wearing a parachute or something. I was still feeling tired going into the pool, so I figured I'd have a nice relaxing swim. I'm glad I knew I was going to be slow, and had made up my mind I didn't care what my time was.
1000 m 20:50
10 min core
I felt like an arthritic geezer. But it was ok since I was trying to stretch out and swim relaxed. At the end my heart rate was lower zone 2. What was interesting was the guy who joined the next lane part way through. At first I thought he was going the other way because all I saw was a trail of bubbles. Then he passed me. At first I thought I should pick it up and chase him, but decided not, and just as well. After my swim I was chatting with the lifeguard, and timed him. 50 m in 42 seconds arms only, steady, no breaks. whoosh.
High hopes for run tomorrow, going to bed early.