Make Your Workouts Count

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For some, making your workouts count may mean “go hard or go home”, or “no pain, no gain”, or some other silly expression. Making your workouts count really should mean setting weekly goals and following through. You may want to decrease your average stroke count per length, decrease your interval, or increase the amount of yards/meters you do.

When you set out these mini-goals and start making your workouts count, you may find that you actually want to get back in the pool for your next session!

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