Training Back at Home (Southern California)

Hydration with our little workout schedule in a zip lock bag to help us  keep track of our laps and drills.

Hydration with our little workout schedule in a zip lock bag to help us keep track of our laps and drills.

To follow up on my previous post. During our trip back to Southern California, Tony and I did manage to find a pool in Camarillo that was open to during the holidays. So I was able to burn a few calories from the all the boxes of chocolate. Tony on the other hand has been a tireless warrior waking up going on early morning runs and then hitting the gym for some extra cardio, core and strengthening training.

As some of you may know, a few years ago, Tony I purchased a home at Village at the Park in Camarillo, CA. Among the three beautiful recreation centers, one of the pool areas has 25 meter lap pool. And to think we were searching all thru Ventura County to find an open aquatic center during the holidays, and the entire time there was a lap pool in our backyard.

For some reason we must have read the training schedule wrong b/k that work out seemed sooooo long. That day we spent the afternoon swimming 6000 meters, which is equivalent to 240 laps! Although, I was kinda sore afterwards, I felt great!

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One Response to “Training Back at Home (Southern California)”

  1. Riding Before Work « Running for a cause Says:

    […] and she asked if I was training for anything ( i think the paper listing my workout  in the zip lock bag gave me away). Anyhoo, I learned that she was a runner and got injured. She’s just swimming […]

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