Online Swim Video Analysis and Stroke Correction Front Crawl by Speedy Swimming
Nick de Meyer British Triathlon level 3 Coach, Training Bible Master Endurance Coach, TRX InstructorAll plans by this Coach
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Online Freestyle Stroke Analysis
Swim faster with a full critique of your stroke, including stroke correction recommendations tailored just for you!
Online Stroke Analysis Service: £80 /Hour
To book and learn how to arrange your personal online swim video analysis click below for more info:
10 week plan to help you improve your swim stroke working through our 10 phase stroke method of teaching
Open water skills and fitness sessions
You'll receive 3 swim sessions a week for 10 weeks.
Upload one or more clips of your swimming to YouTube or Vimeo (see below for tips on how to share your video just with us), and then send us a link to the clip so we can critique it
Five minutes of uploaded video constitutes one hour of analysis
Get a complete front crawl online stroke and technique video analysis now!
Here’s what to do:
Take a video of your swimming with a phone/camera above the water, or gopro below the water and upload it to YouTube or Vimeo,
The best positioning for your video analysis are in the following 4 camera view points with up to 60 second videos in each view:
Front view above water - 1-2 feet underwater
Front view under water - close to the surface
Side view above - close to the surface
Side view below - 2-3 feet below the surface
Make sure when you're filming the swimmer that the camera angle is set to 90 degrees either to the side or in front of the swimmer. Keep the camera as still as possible when filming.
If you're using a Gopro or your phone to take the video footage you'll need to keep the swimmer in close view, i.e. much closer than you would presume. This would be within a couple of feet as the lens viewing angle is quite small, but very clear once in the right position. Try this a few times to test to ensure you get the best view.
You can also use the Coaches Eye app on your smartphone if you prefer and send us a link via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heres the Coaches Eye app link for Apple or Android phones
If you don’t want your video to be public, choose the Unlisted Video option in the YouTube privacy settings for your video. If you uploaded your video to Vimeo, follow Speedy Swimming on your Vimeo account and select “Speedy Swimming” under the Vimeo privacy settings page “Only people I choose” option for your video.
Click the “Pay Now” button below to sign up for your personalised online swim video analysis according to the length of your submitted video. For example, our analysis of a clip up to 5 minutes in length costs £80.
After your payment is submitted, you’ll be redirected to a page where you can send us the link to your video and your contact information.
You’ll receive a video stroke analysis and complete front crawl stroke analysis with personalised swim drills by email within 3 business days.
This swim plan is designed by Nick de Meyer, Head coach for Speedy Swimming, (BTF level 3, STA level 2 swim teacher, Master endurance coach Training Bible UK) who specialise in teaching triathletes and swimmers. This plan encapsulates all of Nicks training, racing and coaching experience of many open water triathlons, long triathlon events, his swim skills and drills teaching methods and from completing the Dart 10km Swim in Devon.
Purchase of this plan includes our comprehensive Swim Training Guide, which explains how to use your training plan, including swim drills and open water articles, plus email access to Nick at any time for questions that you may have about this plan.
Once you have signed up we will email you the Description Document.
Questions? Please visit us on the web at www.speedyswimming.co.uk or email Nick directly at: email@example.com
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
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