Developed in collaboration with Sports Physical Therapist Chris Meyer, this program is specific to the needs of swimmers and divers to help optimize movement and performance.
Most dryland programs designed for swimmers and divers are based on the personal experiences of coaches during their own athletic careers or on generalized strength training methods employed in other sports.
This program takes a specialized approach that specifically caters to the needs of swimmers and divers, taking into account the imbalances that arise from both daily life and the demands of these sports.
Through a holistic methodology that incorporates targeted breathing techniques and specific exercises, our aim is to train the athletes body to achieve optimal alignment, enhance breathing patterns, restore balance between the left and right sides and improve the overall strength of the individual.
By utilizing this methodology, we strive to facilitate improved movement and performance in the water.
Krisie (Performance Ready) has an extensive background in swimming and personal training. Chris (Revolution Performance PT) has expertise in Sports Physical Therapy and human biomechanics.
The program spans 14 weeks and consists of three 45-minute workouts per week. The frequency and duration of the workouts can be adjusted to accommodate the unique requirements of your team.
Recognizing that teams often have limited access to equipment, we have designed the program to be bodyweight-based, with the incorporation of some resistance bands. Resistance bands are available for purchase for $5 per set. Each athlete will need 1 set of resistance bands.
14 weeks of written workouts with video explanations will be provided to coaches of participating teams. The workouts are periodized and build to a taper in weeks 13 and 14.
$1,500 for teams that commit to participating before July 7, 2023 with the option to include resistance bands at a cost of $5 per set, depending on the team's requirements.
$1,700 starting from July 8, and we cannot guarantee the availability of resistance bands at that time.