Swimming & Biomechanics Tri-Analysis
Struggling to breathe? Training harder not getting faster? Want to improve your efficiency? We can film you in swimming, cycling and running to help you improve your performance whether you're just getting into the sport or you're aiming for Kona!
Swimming Video Analysis & Stroke Correction £150-200
Seeing yourself swimming from a range of different angles and then having your stroke praised and constructively critiqued by us is a liberating experience.
We’ll identify the great elements of your stroke already there and the stroke faults which you need to work on, whether its holding your breath, arm crossovers, sinky legs, inefficient catch mechanics, overkicking or overgliding. We use a high quality HD underwater camera to film you from a range of different angles above and below the water, leaving no stone unturned!
Video analysis is a superb way to identify key areas to improve your stroke efficiency and help you to see how you need to improve. You'll take home a recorded analysis. We recommend you pop back 6-8 weeks later for a 60 minute Video Follow Up session.
£150 1:1 Video Analysis (75 minutes)
£199 1:1 with Extended Stroke Correction (2 hours)
£125pp Group Video Analysis & Stroke Correction (2+ hours)
£100 1 hour Video Follow Up Session
(Price includes health club entry fees and private lane hire)
£240 for 3 analyses
Want to improve how you swim, ride and run for free speed? Wondering how to improve your performance without training harder? This is not just for keenos, this is for anyone wanting to find out how to improve their all round performance!
We're excited to offer a new partnership with Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic to provide a Triple Biomechanics Analysis in Swimming, Cycling & Running.
Introductory price of £240 for:
75 min Swimming technique video analysis and stroke correction session (at Milton Park Club)
60 min Bike set up and power measurement and biomechanics/riding efficiency analysis (at Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic, Wantage)
60 min Running gait analysis to to highlight any injury causes/risks inefficient movement patterns (at Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic, Wantage)