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How to survive cold water swimming

How to survive cold water swimming

Getting active in the sea or cold water is great for your health and wellbeing, but it is important to stay safe, especially during the winter months. Sponsored by the Connecting Actively to Nature programme this CHILL project live streamed this webinar in Feb 2021 on staying safe during cold water immersion and sea swimming. The expert panel on hand to present and answer your questions: - Dr Heather Massey – fronting up the National research that CHILL is participating in in 2022 – she a researcher at the Extreme Environments Laboratory at the University of Portsmouth. who has also successfully swum the channel. She is a specialist in cold water swimming and the effects it has on the body; - Michael Morris: Event director and co founder of Exmoor Open Water Swim, Dartmoor Open Water Swim and the Croyde Ocean Triathlon, Founder of CHILL: open water swimming for people with anxiety and depression, Coastguard, Beach Lifeguard and long distance swimmer, contributor to Out Swimmer Magazine; - Jasmine Bennett: Beach Lifeguard and coach with CHILL and Wave Project; Jack Hutchens, RNLI Lifeguard – Successful triathlete, 3 x winner of the Croyde Ocean Triathlon.
SS Connect: WOD | 6 Mar 2021

SS Connect: WOD | 6 Mar 2021

Workout led by Rachel Masson who has been Scotland's National champion in 100m freestyle on multiple occasions, British Senior bronze medalist in 50m freestyle and BUCS Long Course Champion in 100m freestyle. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
Sports Abroad Training Camps Interview with Mel Marshall

Sports Abroad Training Camps Interview with Mel Marshall

An interview not to be missed by all swimmers and coaches with the highly inspirational Melanie (Mel) Marshall. Mel, who is a double Olympian herself (2004 & 2008) talks about how she started swimming, her career highlights in the pool and how she has transitioned into being a highly successful world-class coach. Voted British Swimming Coach of the Year on numerous occasions, Mel has led Adam Peaty to world dominance in the 100m breaststroke, winning everything from Olympic Gold to obliterating both long and short course World Records!
Rebecca Adlington | Rise With Us

Rebecca Adlington | Rise With Us

Fitness tips and tales from top athletes and experts. Here, Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington talks kick-starting your mornings and balancing parenting with time for yourself. “We all need to be a bit kinder to ourselves”.
SS Connect: Junior WOD | 6 Mar 2021

SS Connect: Junior WOD | 6 Mar 2021

A workout for junior athletes led by Richard Norris, Head of Swimming at Glenalmond College. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
YST Leadership - the leadership journey

YST Leadership - the leadership journey

Part of a short series of youth leadership videos designed by the Youth Sport Trust to support skill development, prompt thinking and inspire leaders into action.
Adam Wright - 6-8 Sports Dallas Coaching Clinic | Day 2

Adam Wright - 6-8 Sports Dallas Coaching Clinic | Day 2

Adam Wright, men's and women's head water polo coach for UCLA breaks down the three phases of the game in this extensive overview of front court offense, transition and 6 on 5 play. Part 2.
Adam Wright - 6-8 Sports Dallas Coaching Clinic | Day 1

Adam Wright - 6-8 Sports Dallas Coaching Clinic | Day 1

Adam Wright, men's and women's head water polo coach for UCLA breaks down the three phases of the game in this extensive overview of front court offense, transition and 6 on 5 play.
A Review of the Swim England Swimming Coach Course - Theory only (Online)

A Review of the Swim England Swimming Coach Course - Theory only (Online)

A review from Martin Wilson about the Swim England Swimming Coach Course - Theory, that he did online.
Gary Emich on WOWSA Live

Gary Emich on WOWSA Live

Gary Emich has completed 1,059 crossings of the Alcatraz Island over his illustrious career that he discussed on the 4 March 2021 edition of WOWSA Live with Ned Denison, chairperson of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame.
My Millfield Story - Advait interviews James Guy

My Millfield Story - Advait interviews James Guy

In the second episode of ‘My Millfield Story’, Upper Sixth student Advait speaks to OM James Guy about his time at school and how it has led him to become an Olympic swimmer. Millfield School is one of the UK’s leading independent boarding and day schools for boys and girls, aged 13-18, providing a fully rounded education to pupils from over 70 nationalities. The school is contemporary and outward looking, applying a visionary and innovative lens to all domains of learning. This is supported by notable facilities in teaching, art, drama, music and sport.
Think Inclusively

Think Inclusively

YST Inclusion Schools Presentation published on 4 Mar 2021 which provides a general overview of inclusion in schools and the CPD series.
SS Connect: WOD | 2 Mar 2021

SS Connect: WOD | 2 Mar 2021

Workout led by Rachel Masson who has been Scotland's National champion in 100m freestyle on multiple occasions, British Senior bronze medalist in 50m freestyle and BUCS Long Course Champion in 100m freestyle. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
An evening with Cath Pendleton

An evening with Cath Pendleton

Swim Wales caught up with the Merthyr Mermaid herself to discuss her amazing ice mile at the Antarctic circle and ask all your questions from what future challenges Cath has got in mind to what songs does she sing in her head whilst swimming long distances!
Race Map Triangulation

Race Map Triangulation

FINA Learning Platform presentation by John B. Waldman (USA), founder, Fluid Mechanics Inc. - an athletic consulting company that takes a unique visual approach to help swimmers develop, achieve and exceed their goals.
The Science Behind the Second Set of Global Observatory for Physical Activity Country Cards

The Science Behind the Second Set of Global Observatory for Physical Activity Country Cards

ISPAH hosted this webinar on "The Science Behind the Second Set of the Global Observatory for Physical Activity Country Cards" on behalf of one of its Councils and the Global Observatory for Physical Activity! (GoPA!). You can find more information on GoPA!, the use of Country Cards by governments, researchers, advocates, and society to make the case for physical activity at the national level and access them here: https://http://new.globalphysicalactivityobservatory.com Speakers: Andrea Ramirez Varela – Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia; Bojana Klepac Pogrmilovic- Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia; Zeljko Pedisic – Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia; Matthew 'Tepi' Mclaughin – University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia; Andrew Atkin – University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; Deborah Salvo, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, USA; Adrian Bauman – University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Pedro Hallal – Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas, Brazil. Moderator: Dr Michael Pratt, University of California San Diego, San Diego USA.
Stroke Development "The Five Dimensions"

Stroke Development "The Five Dimensions"

FINA Learning Platform presentation by John B. Waldman (USA), founder, Fluid Mechanics Inc. - an athletic consulting company that takes a unique visual approach to help swimmers develop, achieve and exceed their goals.
Coach Conversation with Nick and Jenny - Covid, Coaching and Kids

Coach Conversation with Nick and Jenny - Covid, Coaching and Kids

The first episode revealed an appetite for practical chat about coaching, breaking down real world problems and challenges that we face and seeing what ideas we can come up with. In the second show published 4 Dec 2020, Nick and Jenny share a few thoughts on interesting books, some things to consider when getting back to coaching after a break and what we can learn from little kids! Get involved, share thoughts and comments on topics that interest you by messaging @coachconvo on Twitter or emailing coachconversation@gmail.com where the hosts will be happy to chat about coaching and hook the ideas into the show.
SS Connect: Junior WOD | 27 Feb 2021

SS Connect: Junior WOD | 27 Feb 2021

A workout for junior athletes led by Richard Norris, Head of Swimming at Glenalmond College. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
SS Connect: WOD | 27 Feb 2021

SS Connect: WOD | 27 Feb 2021

Workout led by Rachel Masson who has been Scotland's National champion in 100m freestyle on multiple occasions, British Senior bronze medalist in 50m freestyle and BUCS Long Course Champion in 100m freestyle. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
Rebuilding After Covid - 2020

Rebuilding After Covid - 2020

Swim England Learn to Swim team and Aqua Aims (Swim England Swim School of the year 2019) present this webinar for Swim Schools. Are you a Swim School owner looking at way to maximise the your business or at ways to rebuild after Covid? This workshop explores ideas and real life examples on how swim schools have bounced back after lockdown
The Black Swimming Association Strategic Plan 2021 - 2024

The Black Swimming Association Strategic Plan 2021 - 2024

Since its inception on 02/03/2020, the Black Swimming Association (BSA) has gained national recognition and has successfully established key partnerships in both the aquatic and non-aquatic sporting sectors. The BSA is now positioned as an advocate, strategic partner and change agent when it comes to diversity in aquatics The BSA aims to create change and embed water safety education in an effort to engage and support people from ethnically diverse backgrounds across the country, with an initial emphasis on the Black community. Join the BSA in looking back over the last 12 months and looking forward as it shares our plans for the next three years with you. The BSA believes our strength as a sector lies in working together to make aquatics safer, more inclusive and more accessible by inspiring and facilitating participation for all.
Cold Water Swimming Webinar with Prof Mike Tipton & Dr Heather Massey

Cold Water Swimming Webinar with Prof Mike Tipton & Dr Heather Massey

Myth busting webinar with Professor Mike Tipton and Dr Heather Massey on all things cold water swimming hosted by Immerse Hebrides and H2O Training on 29 Jan 2021. Dr Massey is a swimmer and a researcher at the Extreme Environments Laboratory at the University of Portsmouth about what happens to our bodies when we swim in cold water. She has 15 years of experience in research in Extreme Environments, with a special interest in the physiological effects of cold water immersion, sea survival and cold water swimming. Mike Tipton MBE is Professor of Human & Applied Physiology at the Extreme Environments Laboratory, School of Sport, Health & Exercise Science at the University of Portsmouth. He is also editor-in-chief of Experimental Physiology. His research interests include cold water immersion, thermoregulation, environmental physiology, occupational physiology.
The Wild Swimming Brothers | Shoreward Bound

The Wild Swimming Brothers | Shoreward Bound

Swims by The Wild Swimming Brothers - three brothers, Jack, Calum and Robbie who grew up playing in Cumbria and Scotland, include: world-first crossings of the three most powerful maelstroms (the Corryvreckan, Saltstraumen and Moskstraumen), a 9-day/90-mile River Eden swim, full length of Loch Broom, and crossing Turkish Hellespont, from Europe to Asia. Robbie and Calum, the biggest and middle brothers, took part in this convesation, part of the Embers Virtual Water Sports Film Festival in 2020. They share stories about how they got started, inspired each other and where the water has taken them since show a very special bond they share. You can connect with The Wild Swimming Brothers via https://www.thewildswimmingbrothers.com
An introduction to Being a Councillor

An introduction to Being a Councillor

There can be many reasons why you might want to be a councillor. You may be concerned about your community and want to help improve it by: - making sure people get the right services; - making sure people’s views are heard and taken into account; - using your business or professional skills. You may be concerned about one particular issue in your area or just want to follow your political beliefs. Webinar published 22Jan 2021.
SS Connect: Pilates | 25 Feb 2021

SS Connect: Pilates | 25 Feb 2021

Session led by Linda Hardy, a physiotherapist at the sportscotland institute of sport where she works with elite athletes from a number of sports including athletics and swimming. She has also been part of the Team Scotland medical team at the last 2 Commonwealth Games. Linda has been a Certified APPI Pilates Instructor since 2013. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission (if under 18). Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accepts no responsibility for injury occurring when performing these exercises and you undertake them at your own risk. Please follow the link for Swim England’s virtual training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
RNLI #WaterSafetyWednesdays​ - Episode 2

RNLI #WaterSafetyWednesdays​ - Episode 2

This episode of RNLI's new educational weekly live show for children, Water Safety Wednesdays, was first broadcast on Facebook Live on 8 April 2020 during government restrictions on travel. Liam from the RNLI’s Water Safety Team explains why it’s important to ‘Stay Together’ around water with the help of his special friend, Chip the dog. To download the ‘Making Safe Choices’ activity to supplement this lesson, click here: https://bit.ly/Ep2_WSW
YST Leadership – are you ready to lead?

YST Leadership – are you ready to lead?

The first in a short series of youth leadership videos designed by the Youth Sport Trust to support skill development, prompt thinking and inspire leaders into action.
Para-swimming Talent - Scientific Principles (Part 2 of 2)

Para-swimming Talent - Scientific Principles (Part 2 of 2)

Recorded during the national lockdown, Swim England Para-Swimming Talent coaches Carl Cooper and Tom McManus plan to cover a range of topics such as the England Para-swimming Talent Programme, athlete development, the parent and athlete journey, coach development and more. Their aim is to create awareness of the para-swimming pathway, provide reviews and discussions of talent camp deliveries, guidance on athlete development and share experiences of athletes, parents and coaches.
Para-swimming Talent - Scientific Principles (Part 1 of 2)

Para-swimming Talent - Scientific Principles (Part 1 of 2)

Recorded during the national lockdown, Swim England Para-Swimming Talent coaches Carl Cooper and Tom McManus plan to cover a range of topics such as the England Para-swimming Talent Programme, athlete development, the parent and athlete journey, coach development and more. Their aim is to create awareness of the para-swimming pathway, provide reviews and discussions of talent camp deliveries, guidance on athlete development and share experiences of athletes, parents and coaches.
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