OVERTIME ATHLETES SOCCER TRAINING PROGRAM
Swimmers…
Discover Strength and Conditioning Modalities that Give You a Competitive Edge in the Pool
You may not think that swimmers would need strength training, or power, to excel in their sport.

You’d be wrong.

Many swimmers suffer from postural distortion, muscle weakness, and even asymmetries, as a result of the demands of the sport.

A solid strength program can work to fix this. 

In addition, explosive power can support swimmers in different aspects of pool activity.

When training, as a swimmer, you need a combination of the most effective training modalities to put yourself in position to move faster, excel in your strokes, and dominate the competition.
Inside of this 12-Week Program, you’ll find:
  •  Corrective stretches to help you fix any postural imbalances in the body
  •  Methods to fix strength asymmetries in your limbs, resulting in more speed in the pool
  •  Sports-specific plyometrics that will help you excel in the dive and the turn
  •  Strength strategies for increasing muscular endurance, ensuring that your muscles don’t fatigue during crunch time
  •  Methods to fix strength asymmetries in your limbs, resulting in more speed in the pool
  •  Which kind of movements help you create the most effective physical adaptations the quickest
NORMAL $47   TODAY $19
  •  How core training can prevent speed losses in the middle of a race
  •  Techniques to avoid injury and build a strong, structurally sound, foundation
  •  How developing your core’s sling systems can increase your performance in the pool (and methods to do so)
  •  Strength modalities that develop adaptations unique to your event, and your stroke
  •  Mobility movements that help to increase the range-of-motion of your joints, so you can be more effective in specific strokes
You may not think that swimmers would need strength training, or power, to excel in their sport.

You’d be wrong.

Many swimmers suffer from postural distortion, muscle weakness, and even asymmetries, as a result of the demands of the sport.

A solid strength program can work to fix this. 

In addition, explosive power can support swimmers in different aspects of pool activity.

When training, as a swimmer, you need a combination of the most effective training modalities to put yourself in position to move faster, excel in your strokes, and dominate the competition.
Swimmers…
Discover Strength and Conditioning Modalities that Give You a Competitive Edge in the Pool
You may not think that swimmers would need strength training, or power, to excel in their sport.

You’d be wrong.

Many swimmers suffer from postural distortion, muscle weakness, and even asymmetries, as a result of the demands of the sport.

A solid strength program can work to fix this. 

In addition, explosive power can support swimmers in different aspects of pool activity.

When training, as a swimmer, you need a combination of the most effective training modalities to put yourself in position to move faster, excel in your strokes, and dominate the competition.
  •  Corrective stretches to help you fix any postural imbalances in the body
  •  Methods to fix strength asymmetries in your limbs, resulting in more speed in the pool
  •  Sports-specific plyometrics that will help you excel in the dive and the turn
  •  Strength strategies for increasing muscular endurance, ensuring that your muscles don’t fatigue during crunch time
  •  Methods to fix strength asymmetries in your limbs, resulting in more speed in the pool
  •  Which kind of movements help you create the most effective physical adaptations the quickest
NORMAL $47   TODAY $19
Inside of this 12-Week Program, you’ll find:
  •  How core training can prevent speed losses in the middle of a race
  •  Techniques to avoid injury and build a strong, structurally sound, foundation
  •  How developing your core’s sling systems can increase your performance in the pool (and methods to do so)
  •  Strength modalities that develop adaptations unique to your event, and your stroke
  •  Mobility movements that help to increase the range-of-motion of your joints, so you can be more effective in specific strokes
You may not think that swimmers would need strength training, or power, to excel in their sport.

You’d be wrong.

Many swimmers suffer from postural distortion, muscle weakness, and even asymmetries, as a result of the demands of the sport.

A solid strength program can work to fix this. 

In addition, explosive power can support swimmers in different aspects of pool activity.

When training, as a swimmer, you need a combination of the most effective training modalities to put yourself in position to move faster, excel in your strokes, and dominate the competition.
OVERTIME ATHLETES