For example, a recent article published about the benefits of eating breakfast for health and weight loss led the reader to believe the recent research does not support eating breakfast to accomplish these goals. In reading further, you are told the studies did not take into account WHAT the research subjects ate for breakfast. In other words, they could have eaten 4 eggs and 8 strips of bacon, not necessarily a low calorie breakfast and therefore, not ultimately good for health or weight loss.
My advice is, rather than skim a headline and the article contents, choose a few articles and pieces of great interest to you and read them in depth, summarizing in your head at the end of the article your takeaway information. This is and will become even more important as technology accelerates and our time becomes even more precious.
300yds. done as 100 free/100 non-free/100 free
4 x 75yds. done as 50 backstroke kick/25 breaststroke pull
12 x 25yds. done as odds = smooth freestyle with minimal breaths
evens = 12.5yds. backstroke fist drill/12.5yds. backstroke strong
3x(2 x 100yds./2 x 100yds./ 2 x 100yds.)
first 2x100 are easy
second 2x100 are medium
third 2x100 are fast
1min. rest between rounds