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Global Coaching House Presentation July 2014 by Group Captain Chris Moore who shares his personal views from his military background and experience on leadership, preparing people and accelerating learning.
Conducting the High Performance Orchestra
Global Coaching House presentation on 26 July 2014 by Frank Dick
Sports nutrition and exercise metabolism
This talk was given by Dr Ron Maughan at The Biomedical Basis of Elite Performance held at East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham on 8 March 2016 in the Session: Sports and exercise medicine. The Plenary Lecture's full title: Sports nutrition and exercise metabolism: how we got where we are today – An historical perspective.
Dr Camilla Knight
KSR Alumni Speaker Series Presentation by Dr Camilla Knight, an Associate Professor in Sport Science at Swansea University. She is also the lead of the Welsh Research Advisory and Evaluation group for the Child Protection in Sport Unit, a member of the Welsh Safeguarding in Sport Strategy group, and the Youth Sport lead for the Welsh Institute of Performance Science. Camilla’s research interests are concerned with understanding and enhancing the psychosocial experiences of children in sport, with a particular focus upon the influence of parents within youth sport.
Talking Talent: Developing the How – Aligning Practice
In the final video of the four-part ‘Planning Your Coaching for Youth Development’ series Steve McKeown and Bob Muir of Leeds Beckett University discuss using skill acquisition theories and concepts as thinking tools to optimise learning and development opportunities. Watch the remaining videos in the series: Talking Talent: An Overview to Planning; Talking Talent: Understanding the Who;
Talking Talent: Developing the What – Curriculum Building. Visit http://www.ukcoaching.org/resources.
Talking Talent: Developing the What – Curriculum Building
In the third video of our four-part ‘Planning Your Coaching for Youth Development’ series Chris Low, Steve McKeown and David Piggott of Leeds Beckett University discuss using technical, tactical and psycho-motor theories and concepts as thinking tools to build your sport specific performance model. Watch the remaining videos in the series: Talking Talent: An Overview to Planning; Talking Talent: Understanding the Who; Talking Talent: Developing the How – Aligning Practice. Visit http://www.ukcoaching.org/resources
Talking Talent: Understanding the Who
In the second video of the four-part ‘Planning Your Coaching for Youth Development’ series Dr Andy Abraham, Dr Julian North and Dr Kevin Till of Leeds Beckett University discuss how using bio-psycho-social theories and concepts as thinking tools helps you understand your players needs and wants. Watch the remaining videos in the series: Talking Talent: An Overview to Planning; Talking Talent: Developing the What – Curriculum Building; Talking Talent: Developing the How – Aligning Practice. Visit http://www.ukcoaching.org/resources.
Talking Talent: An Overview to Planning
In the first video of the four-part ‘Planning Your Coaching for Youth Development’ series, Dr Andy Abraham and Dr Julian North of Leeds Beckett University discuss the importance of the who, what and how in planning. Watch the remaining videos in the series: Talking Talent: Understanding the Who; Talking Talent: Developing the What – Curriculum Building; Talking Talent: Developing the How – Aligning Practice. Visit www.ukcoaching.org/resources
Yoga #2 with Leon Taylor
Olympic diver Leon Taylor is putting the nation through its paces with a 20 minute yoga class. Improve your strength, flexibility and physical and mental wellbeing with Team GB. Share this with your friends and get involved.
HIIT #2 with Leon Taylor | I Am Team GB
Olympic diver Leon Taylor is putting the nation through its paces with his second 20 minute High Iintensity Interval Training workout. Get involved in the workout with these 6 exercises.
Yoga #1 with Leon Taylor
Olympic diver Leon Taylor is putting the nation through its paces with a 20 minute yoga class. Improve your strength, flexibility and physical and mental wellbeing with Team GB. Get involved.
HIIT #1 workout with Leon Taylor
Olympic diver Leon Taylor is putting the nation through its paces with a 20 minute High Intensity Interval Training workout. Get involved and train with an Olympian!
Leon Taylor's 12 minute core class
Olympic diver Leon Taylor is putting the nation through its paces with a 12 minute core workout. Get involved and train with an Olympian!
The Olympic movement Unit on the prevention of manipulation of competitions
The Believe in Sport toolbox is the result of a collaborative work with representatives from International Sports Federations, NOCs, athletes and coaches and will continuously be enhanced.
How to set training goals - body composition
Lean muscle, body mass index (BMI) - what does it all mean, how do you measure it and how can it help training? Team Bath friendly experts explain.
Introducing Sport England's Talent Plan for England
Sport England want to create the world's best talent system – that's why they've put progression and inclusion at the heart of our Talent Plan for England. Find out more at http://www.sportengland.org/supportingtalent/
Animation video - Active Partnerships is the new name for County Sports Partnerships.
This film was developed by sportscotland to help young athletes understand what 'talent' is and how you can get good at sport - it's more of a choice than you might think. View more information about talent on their website - www.sisport.com/talent
#More2Me champion: Kristian Thomas' story
#More2Me Champion Kristian Thomas gives his story of retirement and advice to elite athletes around transitioning out of sport. Kristian encourages having other interests whilst training and competing and describes how thinking about the future in good time allowed him to have a positive experience of retiring and moving on to something new.
General Illness Prevention Guidelines for Athletes
Based on BJSM Consensus Paper (OPEN ACCESS): How much is too much? (Part 2) International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on load in sport and risk of illness https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/50/17/1043 . March 2020 in Monaco: The IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in sport. Find out more here: http://ioc-preventionconference.org
Future Trends in the Design of Sports Facilities
Case Study presentation by IAKS International and Populous at 'Investing In Facilities & Infrastructure Conference' 2018 on 27 November at The Royal Society of Medicine, London. Presenters: Tom Jones. Senior Principal,Populous and Dr Stefan Kannewischer. President, IAKS International.
Topics: Public space as leisure facility;
Growing importance of multi-use and multi-functionality;
Diverse development of market segments.
Growing Up To Be An Olympic Gold Medalist with Ricky Berens
Olympic gold medalist, world champion and current world record holder (4x200 freestyle relay) Ricky Berens in his Texas home for a quick interview, discussing his come up in the sport of swimming, the recruiting process, what it was like representing Texas and the US National team, and then later the infamous suit ripping in the 2009 World Championships.
Interview with Jonnie Peacock
Club Matters met British Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock to see what he enjoyed about being part of a club as a young athlete.
Inspired Facilities and Co Location of Services
Keynote presentations by Sport England and ukactive at Investing in Facilities and Infrastructure conference on 27 November 2018 at Royal Society of Medicine, London
Presenters: Charles Johnston. Director of Property and Facilities, Sport England; Huw Edwards. Public Affairs Director, ukactive
Presentation topics: Delivering our Sporting Future; Building Modernisation; Strategic Facilities Fund; Community Asset Fund.
Creating a High Performing Board
Workshop Presentation by Hazel Carter-Showell, Managing Director Carter Corson delivered at Why Sports 2018 on 2 October 2018 at The Royal Society of Medicine, London. What’s wrong with the way we develop boards? The top three board skills for a HPB–having conversations that matter, using psychology not power and creating a team of teams. Developing board resilience.
Reducing Arthritis Joint Stress
Keynote presentation by Dr. Hirofumi Tanaka, Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, University of Texas at Austin
Strengthening Lower Back Muscles and Reducing Pain
Presentation by Dr. Eadric Bressel. Ph.D., Professor of Biomechanics, Utah State University. View article.
Top tips for engaging with politicians
Recording from a webinar which took place on 31 July 2018. Presented by Chris Walker, senior external relations officer at NCVO. Please be aware that for the first minute or two there are some issues with the sound quality. This is cleared up soon after. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. View presentation slides: https://bit.ly/2CxNwd8
The Governance and Leadership Framework for Wales has a special focus on board behaviours - having the right policy documents in place doesn’t guarantee a successful and well-run organisation. Policy and process needs to be backed up with the right culture and behaviours, demonstrated from the top down. In this webinar you will learn: What we talk about when we talk about board behaviours; How good board behaviours can benefit an organisation; How individuals can demonstrate effective board behaviours; What boards can do collectively to encourage a culture of effective board behaviour in their organisation.
Why I Am the Only African American on My Swim Team
Seventh grader Alex Fleming Lake wondered why he was the only African-American young man on his swim team, and he discovered, by taking a long journey back into the history of segregation in swimming, that it is not just a matter of happenstance. Alex reminds us that integration is not achieved by having only one person who looks like him on his swim team, and that the reverberations of racism and segregation are still with us. Alexander Fleming Lake was born in the Caribbean on an island called Anguilla. He has two sisters and goes to The Benjamin School in South Florida. He likes to swim, and he is on a country club swim team. His mum is a lawyer and his dad is a businessman. His Tedx Talk is about African Americans and segregation at swimming pools. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.