- You will learn how to swim Butterfly while protecting your neck and back
- You will improve your swimming technique in every aspect
- You will be introduced to WEST the best swimming technique in the world
Goggles, fins, swimming suit, plastic sheet and the workout print out. You can also watch the workout via Yodmi application right in you smartphone or tablet.
You are about to become a WEST swimmer. This means you will learn the right way for you to swim, according to your own body and not for someone elses.
The West swimming technique was developed by a large team of swimmers, physical therapists and hydro-therapists working to rehabilitate thousands of people recovering from a stroke, a disc herniation or a car accident, with the purpose of matching the swimming style that is right for you, so you can swim correctly, without any pains, advance faster in the water, improve metabolism, heart functioning and more…
The training program is customized especially for you according to your flexibility, elasticity, gender, strength, buoyancy, swimming ability, pain level, physical fitness and so on.
There are 10 different training sessions; each must be performed three times. So if you work out three times a week, you will finish the program within three months and if you work out twice a week, it will take you four months and so on (working out twice a week or less is not recommended, because it wouldn’t be efficient and might cause you to quit the program. You may of course work out 4 – 5 times a week but not 6).
Who this course is for:
WEST butterfly swimming class is suitable for those who are capable of completing 20 continuous freestyle laps (with no breaks), not suffering from any major neck, shoulder or back pains. If you do, it is strongly recommended to start with a freestyle class and then take the butterfly class.
The class is suitable for immature and professional swimmers who swim at least twice a week, on a regular basis.
WEST technique works for every age, as long as it is carried out properly, along with performing stretching, following workout instructions and watching every video at least twice.