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Making pool-work bearable

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Pezman

We pee deep. Ew!
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The season is just about over here in the Northeast. I'll be relegated to the pool for about three months before the diving season resumes. Any ideas for keeping things fresh? I do some statics (never push it) and unaided dynamics, but it gets a little stale. Any ideas?

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BryanW

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Fun pool workout!

My idea: paint pictures of big fish swimming away from you on the inside of the lenses of your goggles, and then you can spend hours pretending to stalk them! :D

Bryan
 

tuomo

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Wouldnt underwater hockey or similar do?
You should come up with something like that.
Ofcourse that would need some people to play with..

well have fun.

Tuomo

ps. i dont like pool training...
 
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