We promote skill development by building a strong base of fundamentals and athlete education
Fundamentals Not Fluff
Building an athlete is exactly like building a house. Without a proper foundation, you're not going to have a stable house, and slowly, you're going to experience problem after problem. When athletes progress too quickly without mastering fundamental abilities, they get injured, plateau, and fail to maintain longevity in their sport. We address these concerns before they become concerns. By being the absolute best at teaching these foundational skills and building training programs we set our athletes up for reduced risk of injury and greater potential of success. No fluff, just fundamentals.
An educated athlete is a skilled athlete. By providing an understanding of stroke mechanics to the athletes we work with, we help them help themselves. No one-off lesson or training plan is going to improve an athlete's skills. Educating an athlete and then having them swim with the intent to perfom these skills on a daily basis allows the greatest chance for skill development and improvement.
Skills At Speed
For a swimmer to be able to translate their newly aquired skills into a practice setting or competition they need to be profeicient enough to perform them at speeds that simulate racing performance
Repetition is the mother of all learning. Repeating skills is the key to mastering them. After multiple sessions of repetitive skills athletes will be able to perform these skills with little concious thought. This way, swimmers can work on developing the endurance to perfom these skills for the duration of a practice setting for ultimate skill mastery.