Athletes are already getting results
Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) July 05, 2012
Effortless Swimming has successfully launched Swimprove, its online video coaching program that improves the swimming of triathletes and swimmers.
The innovative program helps swimmers rapidly improve their swimming style and technique. Champion swimmers make laps of the pool look effortless, but when everyday swimmers hit the water it can be a different story. Swimmers can often find themselves breathless, arms dragging along the surface with their head above the water but feet sinking slowly.
Swimprove helps rectify these problems by targeting swimmers of all abilities with expert guidance and the help of top athletes to improve their skills and confidence.
The program focuses on specific workouts and unique strength training to help advance individual swimming times. It offers access to hours of videos, interactive coaching forums, downloadable swim workouts, live online coaching sessions, video chats and body weight-based exercises.
“Previously athletes could only buy each of our courses separately, but we wanted to make everything available in the one place,” explains Effortless Swimming’s head coach Brenton Ford. “Now with Swimprove, athletes can work on all aspects of their swimming from open water skills, training workouts, technique program to strength training.”
The online format affords flexibility to its users and grants instant access to a wide range of up-to-date educational videos, workouts and training.
“We've pulled everything together in a forum environment, where swimmers can ask questions and discuss different areas of swimming. One on one access to our coaches has previously been expensive but Swimprove allows athletes direct access without costing them an arm and a leg,” says Brenton.
Swimmers, triathletes, coaches and parents of varying skill levels have all successfully commenced the program to hone their technique.
“Athletes are already getting results with faster times, dropping strokes counts and improved fitness.”
For more information on how to improve your swimming technique, visit Effortless Swimming’s Swimprove program at http://www.swimprove.com