Below are a handful of images from the Aquatic Rhino Stroke Studio, a state-of-the-art swimming analysis, instruction, and training facility unlike any other in the Mid-Atlantic region. With a custom designed Endless Pool at its center (for those unfamiliar with them, think of a treadmill for swimmers), the Stroke Studio surrounds a swimmer with pro-quality video cameras, both above and below the water’s surface, as well as mirrors above, below, and in front. As the cameras record the swimmer’s stroke technique from all desired angles, the videos are instantly imported into Dartfish. The world’s leading motion analysis software, Dartfish is utilized by top athletes and organizations all over the world, including over 400 medalists and the six primary TV networks at the 2012 Olympic games. On our large HD monitor, Dartfish is used to break down, analyze, and discuss our client’s strokes as no other facility can. Swimmers then try prescribed changes and drills followed by further analysis and feedback. By the end of a session (normally lasting 60 to 75 minutes), clients will leave with a far better understanding of their stroke, as well as a clear, individualized plan of action for improvement.