Swim faster using visual feedback! With Force in the Water Video Analysis, you can see your swimming close up from a new perspective, identify opportunities to improve, and track progress.
About 65% of people are visual learners and thus learn best when they can see things performed. Gyms have mirrors to check exercise technique and many land sports (football, basketball, baseball, etc.) rely heavily on film footage for athletes to learn from. Incorporate this powerful tool in your swimming preparation and experience clarity on how to improve your technique and maximize your speed.
Video Analysis tools like slow motion, drawing lines and angles, still shots, and frame by frame analysis show swimmers what is actually going on and how they can improve!
Swimming with improper technique can lead to a lot of wear and tear on the body. Move faster and stay healthy by learning how to properly engage the right muscles to support swimming motions.
There are a few options available based on your needs; are you checking in to see your stroke progress or do you need a full evaluation of their swimming toolbox with a coach?
After clicking "Request Analysis" you will be taken to the online application. Here is where you will Schedule Filming, Select your Video Analysis Package Tier, Schedule your meeting with Coach (Essential and Platinum Only), and submit payment.
After scheduling a time and date to film, Coach will meet you at the Sahuarita Aquatic Center for filming. A GoPro Hero 9 camera is used for filming the swimmer from above and below the water. Footage will be captured from 2 angles; sideview and front facing. 4 total different views of each stroke/skill are filmed.
Once the swimmer is filmed, Coach will upload footage from the GoPro camera and edit the footage together. Once edited, Coach analyzes the footage and transcribes the technique points for the swimmer's to reference. This Telestration and Analysis is shared within 48 hours after filming.
Zoom call with Coach at the scheduled time. Coach will share his screen and go through the footage with the swimmer using Dartfish Video Analysis software. This interactive process allows swimmers to ask questions and get feedback from the Coach.