Professional recording from precise angles and super slow motion camera to see the the swimming technique and it’s deficiencies.

Individual Recording is the most effective way to provide meaningful feedback to your athletes, so they can make quick and permanent improvements.

Helps the athlete see exactly what they need to improve giving them a clearer view in their mind’s eye.

The video analysis is more useful to an athlete than just telling them to feel and trust the coach on the small changes in their technique.

Some of the things that can be measured and identified through video analysis include the following:

  • Weaknesses in the pulling angles and kicking angles of the hands and feet.
  • Movements or positions that create dragging or slowing down of the body.
  • Biomechanics and anatomy of the swimmer for a better use of each individual’s muscles.

Some of the analysis type of videos include:

  • Speed of the dive and speed at 5, 12.5 and 25 meters.
  • Angle of the dive at the point of entry and angles of the underwater dolphin kick.
  • Head and body position during each stroke.

From the results we can focus on the individual changes and exercises a swimmer must do in and out of the pool to perfect their technique to increase their speed and swim with less effort.

Immediate Feeback

The immediate feedback is in the pool, the swimmer is recorded and the video is shown, clear and easy-to-correct changes are talked about.

The swimmer is recorded again to try to correct those areas. We then use that footage to show a before and after video to show the changes.

Detailed Feedback

The detailed feedback comes after we watch the swimmer’s footage carefully, analyze each video in slow motion and in HD, compare his videos with professional swimmers for reference and identify the areas where they can improve the most.

The swimmer will be then given a video showing what they are doing wrong and instructions on how to correct it. The swimmer can watch his/her video whenever they wants and as many times as necessary. This will include exercises outside and inside the pool to improve on those areas so that the changes are made permanently.

The importance of follow-up is to know if the swimmer didn’t fall into bad habits again and/or to find new areas to improve on to increase their speed.

Side to side Comparison

The video of the first recording (or first swim camp) and that of the second recording is compared side to side to see the improvements and changes made.

New Areas

Since the swimming technique is never quite perfect, new areas of improvement are identified in order to increase the swimmer’s speed and endurance.

Time trails

We compare the times taken on the 1st video analysis or swim camp and the times of the second or seconds swim camp to measure the increase of speed of each swimmer.



Record 4 strokes, starts & turns.

Identification of 1 error: stroke, start & turn.

Swimmer’s video.

Follow up

  • Everything from above
  • Comparison of videos of the swimmer
  • Identification of new areas of improvement



Correction exercises outside and inside the water.

Identification of 2 errors: stroke, start & turn.

Record 4 strokes, starts & turns.

Swimmer’s video

Follow up

  • New correction exercises
  • Everything from above
  • Comparison of videos of the swimmer
  • Identification of new areas of improvement



Correction and instant feedback

Research and comparison with professional swimmers

Record 1 stroke, starts & turns.

Identification of multiple errors

Time trials

Correction exercises outside and inside the water.

Swimmer’s video

Follow up

  • Time trials and compare times
  • New correction exercises
  • Everything from above
  • Comparison of videos of the swimmer
  • Identification of new areas of improvement

Examples of biomechanical analysis.  

Special prices to 10 swimmers or more

Ejemplos de análisis biomecánicos 

Precios especiales 10 o mas nadadores


It is recommended that follow-up be done at least every year and no more than 1 time a month.

If we wait more than a year, it is possible that the swimmer has fallen into old bad habits again and doesn’t even notice.

Less than 1 month will not give the swimmer time to get used to the changes in technique.

The analysis can help any swimmer regardless of their level or age, since techniques will be corrected and the swimmer will be able to swim smoother and faster. It is never too early or too late to improve the stroke technique.

If after reading this you still have questions, you can always send us an email to [email protected] and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Examples of biomechanical analysis:

Lorenzo Loria, professional swimmer. Full analysis here

Professional swimmer, Miguel Chavez, from the national Mexican team.

Professional swimmer, Daniel Torres, Mexican record holder.