Total Immersion™ Group Practice

As a previous participant in a Total Immersion™ swimming program, Stroke Correction Clinic or One-to-one program, you’re invited to attend SWIMLAB’s weekly Total Immersion™ Group Practice.

Swimmers are advised to have their own Finis Tempo trainer for this session.

Total Immersion Practice Group

 

Develop your stroke, and develop your knowledge, skill and application as a swimmer. This weekly session will engage you in practice's that continually improve your swimming stroke, with the addition of SMART sets that add challenge, and improve your problem solving capacity as a swimmer.

Improve neuro-muscular and metabolic conditioning, learn to utilise and manipulate multiple variables of reps, distance, rest interval, tempo, stroke Length and RPE to improve your swimming performance.

A Finis Tempo Trainer is essential for these sessions.

 

Who is Total Immersion™ Group Practice for?

  • You want to continue to improve your swimming
  • You would like to be held accountable for weekly drill/skill practice
  • You want to minimise ‘garbage yardage’ and get far better returns from high quality precision tempo trainer sets
  • You want to use smart neuromuscular training to build the necessary muscle and metabolism needed for your swimming
  • You want to perform better in open water events
  • You swim for continued health and enjoyment

What you will learn in Total Immersion™ Group Practice?

  • How to work with a Finis tempo trainer
  • Understand more about the formula: stroke length x tempo = pace
  • Your optimal SPL range
  • How to choose and change your stroke length and stroke rate to maintain pace, and improve pace while minimising effort and energy cost
  • How to practise for improvement of your key swimming metrics

At the end of the Total Immersion™ Group Practice, you will

  • Improve your swimming skillTotal Immersion Taster
  • Improve neuro-muscular and metabolic conditioning
  • Expand your swimming tool kit and learn how to adjust variables for better outcomes
  • Understand how your stroke length and stroke rate affect your swimming