STR offers a full range of coach clinics including classroom and pool sessions.  Coach clinics typically include information about both basic and advanced technologies that can be used to analyze swimmers. Information about advanced technology includes analysis strategies using synchronized underwater video and force data. Deliberate practice and advanced skill acquisition strategies provide additional options for planning and implementing swim programs focused on immediate results.
Information for coaches can be delivered either as individual clinics or as part of a continuing education program.
The following are examples of  coach-oriented topics presented by Dr. Rod Havriluk, president of STR and inventor of Aquanex.
    • Technology and Learning Strategies for Improving Performance in Swimming
      Basic, intermediate, and advanced technology for improving performance, as well as strategies to make each technology more effective.
    • Acceleration Strategies to Improve Swimming Technique
      Information about “cue-focused” practice, “skill-isolation” drills, deck exercises, and speed progressions.
    • Aquanex Research Findings
      A brief summary of over 20 years of Aquanex research with primary emphasis on applications for improving performance.
    • Optimal Butterfly Technique
      Demonstration of optimal butterfly technique featuring MONA (a biomechanical model) with visual and kinesthetic cues to expedite learning.
    • Optimal Backstroke Technique
      Demonstration of optimal backstroke technique featuring MONA (a biomechanical model) with visual and kinesthetic cues to expedite learning.
    • Optimal Breaststroke Technique
      Demonstration of optimal breaststroke technique featuring MONA (a biomechanical model) with visual and kinesthetic cues to expedite learning.
    • Optimal Freestyle Technique
      Demonstration of optimal freestyle technique featuring MONA (a biomechanical model) with visual and kinesthetic cues to expedite learning.
    • Training Strategies for Speed and Fatigue
      Strategies to use during training to maintain control while increasing speed and swimming with fatigue.
    • Technique Strategies to Avoid and Recover from Injury
      Strategies for specific technique elements that minimize the risk of injury or aid in recovery.
    • Review of Technique, Technology, and Strategies for Improving Performance
      A review of the key factors that help swimmers go faster.
    • Aquanex Training in System Operation
      This clinic is specifically for coaches who plan to purchase and use Aquanex.
    • Aquanex Training in Synchronized Video and Force Data Interpretation
      This clinic is specifically for coaches who want to make the best use of information from Aquanex analysis.

All of the following sessions are conducted by experts in the sport sciences:

Training Strategies for Sprint, Middle Distance, and Distance Events
Training Strategies for All Four Strokes
Exercises to Prevent Injuries and Improve Performance
Anatomical and Functional Evaluation to Identify and Correct Limitations
Nutrition for Competition and Training
Nutrition Evaluation and Monitoring
Psychological Strategies for Competition
Visualization Techniques to Improve Performance