Synergy Dryland Launch by Olympic Medalist Katie Hoff

by SwimSwam 1

July 15th, 2020 Industry, News, Press Releases

Courtesy: Synergy Dryland

The Synergy Dryland Program recently launched this past month. The program uniquely provides an Olympian lense with strength coach expertise. They offer customized dryland training for swim teams with an emphasis on periodization based on volume, time of season and age group. Their mission is to coordinate effectively with training cycles and fully customize the team’s schedule for optimal performance. The program abides by a 6 pillar belief system which focuses on synergy between nutrition, sleep, recovery techniques, in water training, dryland (mobility, flexibility, power, strength, and endurance) and load management.


Katie Hoff by Tim Binning

Two-time USA Olympian swimmer and 3x Olympic Medalist, Katie Hoff feels there is a way to make a positive impact on the dryland side of swimming. In her career, Katie has experienced highly effective dryland programs where the results correlated directly to her success in the pool. She has also experienced negative effects from a lacking dryland program. Her ultimate goal is to collaborate with her husband Todd to provide teams with the tools to strengthen and empower their swimmers with movements that enhance performance in the pool. Coaches shouldn’t have to worry about programming land movements when their ultimate focus needs to be in the water.

Todd started as a fullback for MSU and moved on to play in the NFL for the Rams in 2012. In retirement, he took his passion for the strength and conditioning side of the sport to performance coaching. He started as a trainer and moved quickly into management. He is a certified strength and conditioning coach and trained Katie to best times at the end of her career. Todd has also trained a variety of athletes from high school to professional in swimming, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, baseball and football. Additionally, Todd is a sleep coach and conducts team and corporate seminars with Fortune 500 companies on topics which include sleep, brain health and stress.

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1 year ago

Swimming would like to thank you Katie.