Video Swim Analysis

Improve stroke efficiency and performance 

The Center’s Video Swim Analysis program utilizes above water and under water high definition video to analyze all aspects of the swim stroke. The highly trained staff applies biomechanical principals to improve stroke efficiency and identify problem areas that may be contributing to injury or impeding performance.

Who Would Benefit From Video Swim Analysis?

  • Swimmers with pain or discomfort during or after swimming
  • Swimmers or triathletes who are looking to improve form and reduce injury risk
  • Swimmers or triathletes who want to optimize performance and stroke efficiency
  • Beginners who want to learn proper form to prevent injury and improve efficiency (Lap swim 101)

What to Expect:

  • Video of your swim stroke in the pool
  • Evaluation of breathing and body position, rhythm and timing, catch and recovery of arms, and kick and propulsion
  • Analysis of video, utilizing Dartfish Software
  • Individualized drills and home exercise program to reduce risk of injury and improve performance

Level 1 - $100.00

Video analysis of your swim stroke mechanics and individualized home exercise program

  • Body position in the water (breathing and head position)
  • Rhythm and timing of stroke
  • Catch and recovery (arm movement)
  • Kick and propulsion

Level 2 - $150.00

Complete full body strength, flexibility, and stability assessment; video analysis of your swim stroke mechanics; and individualized home exercise program

  • Body position in the water (breathing and head position)
  • Rhythm and timing of stroke
  • Catch and recovery (arm movement)
  • Kick and propulsion

Level 3 - $200.00

Complete full body strength, flexibility, and stability assessment; video analysis of your swim stroke mechanics and efficiency; and individualized home exercise program. One-on-one in pool drill instruction for swimmers or triathletes who want to optimize performance by working on efficiency and form.

  • Body position in the water (breathing and head position)
  • Rhythm and timing of stroke
  • Catch and recovery (arm movement)
  • Kick and propulsion
  • Stroke length and rate and pacing
  • Discuss pool swimming vs open water swimming and how it changes mechanics (triathlete)

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