Swimming Training

UW Health Sports Performance training programs help you become a better athlete and better swimmer. Use our 1-on-1 swimming performance training to improve your stroke and become a more efficient swimmer, and our offseason training to improve your endurance and conditioning.

 

Request sports performance information by using our online form.

 

One-on-One Swimming Training

 

UW Health Sports Performance swimming training: Woman swimming in a pool 

Swimming Training

 

Our biomechanical swimming evaluations include:

  • A screening examination to assess your strength, flexibility and posture as they relate to swimming biomechanics
  • Above- and below-water video analysis of swimming biomechanics
  • Drills and training recommendations to improve mechanics and performance

Request one-on-one swimming training

 

Offseason Speed and Strength Training (Year-round)

 

Our offseason speed and strength training programs help volleyball players improve their mobility and quickness, enhance foot speed, footwork and agility, and make you a stronger, more resilient athlete.

 

UW Health Sports Performance Developmental Speed Strength training: Girl doing pushups 

Developmental Speed Strength

 

This class introduces athletes 12 to 14 years old to training concepts for sprinting, change-of-direction agility, motor coordination and developmentally appropriate, athletic strength training.

 

November: Register here for sessions taking place Nov. 1-30

Winter: Register here for our winter sessions

UW Health Performance Speed Strength training: Woman working on agility drills 

Performance Speed Strength

 

Athletes 15 to 18 years old, learn how to develop speed and acceleration, athletic strength and multidirectional agility.

 

November: Register here for sessions taking place Nov. 1-30

Winter: Register here for our winter sessions