Swimmers around the world are reaching their goals by following Personal Training Plans in the MySwimPro app. 

Whether you want to swim faster, improve your endurance, lose weight, or focus on specific strokes, our plans will help you. These 4-12 week plans are available on iPhone, Android and many waterproof smartwatches with a Premium subscription.

Personalize Your Account

After starting your free 7-day trial of MySwimPro Premium:

  • Tap ‘More’ in your app to personalize your intervals
  • Tap ‘Dynamic Intervals’ and input your best times

These Dynamic Intervals will be help us curate a plan that is unique to your speed and skill level.

Choose Your Personal Training Plan

Explore your recommended Training Plans on the bottom of your ‘Train’ tab and take a look at the weekly workouts for each plan. Choose one that will help you reach your with your goals:

Set a Goal For Your Plan

Your aim is to complete the Training Plan at your own pace. Depending on the Training Plan you select, you’ll be committing to 4-12 weeks of swim workouts at least 2-4 times per week. We recommend following this schedule, and swimming at least every other day.

All of the plans are flexible to your schedule, and you can complete them whenever, and wherever! If you can only swim once per week, that’s fine! Just follow the sequence of workouts at your own pace.

Set a goal for yourself that is realistic and attainable.


  • Commit to swimming 3 days per week
  • Try to make every single interval of each workout
  • Finish a 4-week plan within 8 weeks.

Start Your Plan

Once you have selected a plan, you will find your next swim workout of the plan along the top of the screen in the ‘Train’ tab.

  • Tap to start the workout or scroll through the full plan and see all the weekly workouts.

Edit Workout

If you want to customize your next workout in the plan:

  • Tap ‘Edit’ and you can change anything in the workout. Change the pool length, add or remove sets, or adjust your interval times. Then tap ‘Save.’

If you want to swim more workouts than what the plan recommends, try incorporating the fresh Workout of The Day into your weekly schedule! These workouts will compliment your training very well.

Launch Workout

Once the workout is ready to go, you can either:

  • Tap ‘Export’ to print it out, write it on a piece of paper or a whiteboard
  • Or sync it to your connected smartwatch. Just open the app on your watch, tap ‘Load Workout’ and it will load your next workout on your wrist! Now just tap ‘Start!’

Log Workout

After you swim the workout, make sure you open your MySwimPro app on your phone to log your swim and record all your times. Take a poolside selfie, leave a message and share your swim on your feed! You’ll want to keep a log of your swim times to track your progress.

If you have a watch, this will happen automatically. You’ll also see other advanced analytics such as your split times, strokes per lap, and heart rate graphs.

Planning Your Next Workout

After you log your first swim of the Training Plan, you’ll see your next planned workout featured on the top of your ‘Train’ tab. You can plan out your training week by tapping this and viewing the 2-4 workouts you need to complete per week.

Seeing all the upcoming workouts will help you stick to your program and reach your goals! We recommend swimming every other day.


Keep a record of your progress by always logging your swim workouts and times in the ‘Train’ tab in your MySwimPro app. Visit the ‘Feed’ tab to see a list of all your previous swims, and view your overall stats on your ‘Profile’ tab!


Our global community of swimmers is a great place to connect with thousands of other athletes to share ideas, motivate and encourage each other and engage in discussion on swimming tips. Join our Member Facebook Group and introduce yourself!

For in depth information about the training and workouts in the MySwimPro app, check out our Support site!

To try your Personal Training Plan, start a free 7-day trial of Premium!

8 thoughts on “How to Follow a Training Plan in MySwimPro

  1. Are the interval shown in a training session calculated and modified for user, or the user have to modify it to fit his physical level?

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