Dryland 101 for Coaches Course, FREE courtesy of SURGE Strength

Swim coaches can provide dryland training without overcomplicating it. But if a coach doesn’t know the basics of dryland training it can seem overwhelming. The new Dryland 101 for Coaches Course by SURGE Strength is your solution.

Dryland 101 for Coaches

A successful dryland program develops from consistent and effective dryland workouts. As a coach you may not realize how quick and simple it can be to write a good dryland workout. Don’t leave this up to drawing cards or some other game of chance because you don’t think you have enough time! For you to give your swimmers the best dryland program it can be as simple as a few checkmark items you cover before each workout. Coaches will learn how to best approach writing dryland workouts when enrolling in the Dryland 101 for Coaches Course.

One of the most impactful elements to writing effective dryland workouts is revealed in this course as well. It’s proven out from working with swimmers and coaches around the world. When you enroll you’ll learn what element this is. You will also discover how easy it is to add as a checklist item for your workout writing process.

In addition to these key lessons, coaches will also get access to mobility, core and strength assessments that are specific to swimming performance. SURGE Strength is here to help every swimmer realize their true potential in the water through effective dryland training and we hope to see you in the SURGE Strength Academy!


Enroll for FREE – Dryland 101 for Coaches



The goal of SURGE Strength is simple:



SURGE Strength - Dryland Training for Swimming

Courtesy of SwimSwam’s exclusive dryland training partner, SURGE Strength.

SURGE Strength, a strength training brand created by Chris Ritter, CEO of RITTER Sports Performance, aims to build better athletes and faster swimmers through dryland programs and educational courses.

Get started with a SURGE Strength Dryland Program or enroll in a dryland course in the SURGE Strength Academy today!

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