Competitive Training

Colorado is full of people who love sports, competition and winning. We are dedicated to those of you who are passionate about swimming.

We know there are competitive swimmers of all ages and all levels here, and we offer a unique training facility to help you swim stronger, smarter and faster.

From teen and college-aged competitive swimmers to adult and master swimmers and triathletes, our Boulder SwimLabs at the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center offers you the same techniques and technologies Olympic swimmers use to improve times and gain a competitive edge. We are the perfect complement to team training and work in collaboration with your current coaches and schedules.

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What makes us different than your large-pool workouts? We help you look at your stroke from all angles.

SwimLabs adds another dimension to your training.  Here, you’ll benefit from digital video technology that provides instant feedback through mirrors on the bottom of the pool, a 360º video system, advanced DartFish diagnostic software and even a library of videos of elite swimmers to compare your stroke side by side.

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Our Boulder instructors are life-long competitive swimmers who are passionate about the sport and highly trained to help you improve performance.

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What is a competitive training session at our Boulder SwimLabs like?

At your first session, our experienced instructors will discuss your swimming history and goals and have you swim in our constant current SwimLabs Pool.  As you swim, your instructor will use various cameras above and in the water to capture a 360-degree view of your stroke. With the footage of your swim, they will analyze your stroke using the showcase video library, which houses footage of world-class swimmers illustrating the skills necessary to be a great swimmer.  At the end of your session, your instructor will email a video to you of your session.

At SwimLabs we offer two types of Competitive Lessons with Video Analysis:

  • Private Lesson (one swimmer with one coach)
  • Semi-Private Lesson (two swimmers with one coach)