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Social Prescription and Referral Services Open Data Workstream

Social Prescription and Referral Services Open Data Workstream

Featuring Chris Norfield (London Sport), Tim Hill (OpenActive) and Nish Desai (imin)
Sussex County ASA Nutrition Seminar 2020

Sussex County ASA Nutrition Seminar 2020

In February 2020 Sussex County ASA invited Tiffany Afflick to provide nutrition advice to the parents of age group swimmers. Tiffany (a.k.a. The Cooking Yam), is a qualified Nutrition Advisor, with a 1st Class BSc in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University. As a Performance Nutritionist, Exercise Scientist and Performance Chef, Tiffany has experience working with elite athletes at British Swimming's National Centre in Loughborough and providing remote support for a high-profile swim academy, implementing nutrition strategies in a high performance environment. She has a keen interest in tailoring meals to meet individual needs and performance goals.
ReOpen Webinar #3

ReOpen Webinar #3

The third webinar in CIMSPA's ReOpen series (published before the Government produced guidance on tier restrictions from 2 Dec 2020) looked at the best ways to conduct group exercise sessions post-lockdown. Get some tips, pointers and guidance on how to conduct your group sessions whilst being Covid-aware. The panel of experts includes Tara Dillon, CIMSPA CEO, Marcus Kingwell, CEO of EMD UK and Martin Franklin, CEO Europe Les Mills. They have answered some of the sector's most pressing questions, so make sure to watch until the end. The ReOpen webinar series and all of CIMSPA's help, guidance and tools for reopening are available at: https://www.cimspa.co.uk/reopen
'Breaststroke and Fly Turns' - with Liam Willcox

'Breaststroke and Fly Turns' - with Liam Willcox

Take a dive into Breaststroke and Fly turns along with Liam Willcox. The discussion focuses on why turns are such an and important skill to master through your time in the sport, while also breaking down the turn into its four fundamental components. Video Timeline: Introduction: 00:00; Why Turns are Important: 00:53; Physical Requirements: 08:01; Phase 1. Approach: 10:10; Phase 2. Rotation: 17:46; Phase 3. Plant: 23:55; Phase 4. Drive: 28:20; Full Turn Video: 34:08; Wrap Up: 40:50
Goal Setting - Why Set Goals and Developing Mental Skills

Goal Setting - Why Set Goals and Developing Mental Skills

This workshop takes a look at goal setting and why developing this skill is so important. Taking the time to prime your thinking and set clear goals that are important to you is a key tool for developing key mental skills for young athletes! Goal setting is successful when the process is systematic and integrated into the daily training environment. During the back half of the video ChrisI discusses how goal setting is being integrated into the Team Bath AS program to teach the skills, but also how this integrates with how we train and developing the mental skills needed to achieve our goals. Timeline breakdown so you can skip to a specific section or what this in bitesized chunks: Introduction - 00:00; Live Workshop Start - 03:32; Key Messages: 04:07; What are Goals?: 09:03; Types of Goals: 11:50; Task: Control Mapping (Opportunity to Pause) - 13:16; Out Goal Setting Process - 16:23; Setting SMARTER Goals - 20:32; Team Bath AS Goal Setting Sheet 2020/2021 Explanation - 27:40; Wrap Up/Final Re-Cap - 48:50
'Motivation, Resilience & Psychological Adaptability' with James Lambdon

'Motivation, Resilience & Psychological Adaptability' with James Lambdon

In this workshop, Chris is joined by James Lambdon, applied sport psychologist at Team Bath. James has built up a great deal of experience across a number of sports and also shares his knowledge as a lecturer for the Sports Science program at University of Bath. This video covers the topics of motivation, resilience and psychological adaptability, which were requested by a number of Team Bath AS parents to help support the club's young athletes as best as possible during this lockdown. Understanding these topics and how you relate to them has a huge transfer to your whole life, they may start as sport skills, but they will becomes life skills down the line. Enjoy the chat and please feel free to contact Chris with questions. Twitter: James Lambdon - @JL_SportPsych; Chris Alderton - @Chris_Alderton1 Timeline: Motivation - 00:00; Resilience - 21:10; Psychological Adaptability - 36:00
'Backstroke to Breaststroke Turns' - with Liam Willcox

'Backstroke to Breaststroke Turns' - with Liam Willcox

This workshop is part of a series of technique videos. The back to breast cross over turn is one of the most challenging skills for young swimmers to learn and master. The coaches break it all down and highlight the key details for you. Video Timeline: Introduction: 00:00; Why We Teach The Crossover Turn: 02:34; Phase 1 - Approach: 09:27; Phase 2 - Rotation: 16:52; Phase 3 - Plant: 27:00; Phase 4 - Drive: 34:00; Left & Right Arm Turn Examples: 39:26; Wrap Up: 44:00
Experience Recovery Conversation with Simon Shibli

Experience Recovery Conversation with Simon Shibli

Conversation with Simon Shibli of Sports Industry Research Centre features activity trackers, agility in our business, the value of data and how Social Value is calculated.
Adam Morris Psychology Workshop

Adam Morris Psychology Workshop

Presentation by Adam Morris of Believe Perform on how to implement sport psychology within schools.
Rip Current Heroes

Rip Current Heroes

A beach safety documentary produced for National Geographic.
Top tips for cold water dips

Top tips for cold water dips

With many reported health benefits, cold water dipping is increasingly being tried out for the first time by intrepid swimmers. In this video, Liam and Nick from the RNLI's water safety team explain how to enjoy cold water swimming safely, from what to take with you to how to avoid cold water shock. If you spot someone in trouble in the water, call 999 or 112 and ask for the coastguard.
#SaveOurSports Youth Advisory Panel

#SaveOurSports Youth Advisory Panel

The Alliance's Youth Advisory Panel discuss what community sport means to them and why we are calling for a Sports Recovery Fund.
Experience Recovery Conversations with Phill Wright at CIMSPA

Experience Recovery Conversations with Phill Wright at CIMSPA

Discussion with Phill Wright at CIMSPA about Stronger Together and the work of CIMSPA to inform and support the workforce.
Transforming Learning, Transforming Lives

Transforming Learning, Transforming Lives

This animation sets out UK Coaching's approach to coach learning, presenting the five key dimensions that are essential for the future of coach development. For more information about their services head to https://www.ukcoaching.org/about/about-us/our-services
Practical snack ideas

Practical snack ideas

Webinar hosted by Laura Mahony - Performance Nutritionist and Registered Dietitian (Sport Ireland Institute).
Nutrition to keep you in the pool

Nutrition to keep you in the pool

Webinar hosted by Laura Mahony - Performance Nutritionist and Registered Dietitian (Sport Ireland Institute) which focuses on nutrition to support your immunity during the winter months.
Maintaining that Champion Mindset

Maintaining that Champion Mindset

As part of their continued support to club members Swim Ireland hosted a Stay in, Stay Well Series running through the month of November 2020. Maintaining that Champion Mindset was hosted by Jessie Barr – Sport Psychologist (Sport Ireland Institute) and includes helpful tips to stay motivated and focused on your personal goals while you are out of the water. The Stay in, Stay Well Series is suitable for all ages.
Crowdfunding with confidence

Crowdfunding with confidence

Join Crowdfunder's Head of Coaching, Sami Mauger and coach Nicole Davidson as they talk about pre-launch nerves and how people overcome them. This video will be relevant to all types of projects, including community, charity, business, sport, arts, environmental and social enterprise.
Creating a crowdfunding video

Creating a crowdfunding video

Crowdfunder coaches discuss how to create a video; looking at good examples, what works and what doesn't.
Crowdfund Sport LIVE + Learn

Crowdfund Sport LIVE + Learn

Are you part of a not for profit organisation committed to keeping the community physically active? Do you need some money to help support your organisation? Crowdfunding could help. The Active Together programme, in partnership with Sport England, is giving sports clubs and community groups the skills and support they need to run a successful crowdfunding campaign. Eligible organisations could also receive grant funding of up to £15,000 when they crowdfund from funders including Sport England, British Cycling and Local Authorities across the country. Funding is available for: • Organisations experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis • Organisations undertaking a capital build/refurbishment project. Included in this online Oct 2020 workshop recording: • How crowdfunding works; • Crowdfund Sport grant funding and how you can access it; • Guidance and support available; • Insights from a sports organisation who has successfully crowdfunded
The Business of Coaching - Marketing and Sponsorship

The Business of Coaching - Marketing and Sponsorship

Conference presentation uploaded Sep 2019.
Gym at Home - Speed Endurance

Gym at Home - Speed Endurance

With Francesca Filatondi. 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
Gym at Home - Developing Strength

Gym at Home - Developing Strength

With Francesca Filatondi. 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
Gym at Home - Therabands

Gym at Home - Therabands

With Francesca Filatondi. 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
One Minute Lecture: The science behind warming up before exercise

One Minute Lecture: The science behind warming up before exercise

Craig Twist highlights the physiological and psychological benefits associated with performing a warm-up before exercise.
One minute lecture: Meaningful PE

One minute lecture: Meaningful PE

Luke Jones shares learning on Meaningful PE and how young people are more likely to commit to physically active lifestyles if they find personal meaning in their physical activity experiences
UK Sport Elite Programme 2019

UK Sport Elite Programme 2019

One year on from the conclusion of UK Sport's Elite Programme, hear from some of Britain's best coaches as they reflect on some of the benefits they've experienced as part of the cohort.
Optimising mental wellbeing and managing stress through the power of Nutrition

Optimising mental wellbeing and managing stress through the power of Nutrition

Bath Mind and its experienced associated trainers have put together a taster video for all interested in its Online Wellbeing in the Workplace package. There is significant evidence to show that looking after the mental health of your employees makes business sense and increases productivity. Creating awareness and a supportive culture around mental health can make a real difference to sickness absence rates, presenteeism levels, staff wellbeing and productivity. People are the most important asset to your organisation and to ensure they are performing at their best it is imperative to look after their mental wellbeing, especially with the pressure and limitations that the pandemic continues to bring on us all. Working from home has for many suddenly become a daily staple of working life and the boundaries between work and home are now blurred, impacting on our eating habits and psychology considerably. With mental wellbeing at the forefront of this, we will explore what it takes to support and nourish both brain and body for optimal productivity and resilience. This session is evidence based, yet practical and down-to-earth as we consider the interplay between our bodies, minds and environments for optimal well-being. Featuring expert trainers: Laura Clark is a Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Consultant providing consultancy for individuals, employees at work and food brands. She combines her love of science, people and food, to provide insightful evidence-based expertise, tailored to real life. She is passionate about cutting through the often controversial and confusing world of nutrition. Laura frequently contributes to mainstream press and media, including consultancy and TV appearances for the BBC and ITV. Laura is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the British Dietetic Association (BDA). Arabella Tresilian is an accredited workplace mediator and employee wellbeing trainer with a background in education and management consulting. She is also a Mental Health First Aid instructor with extensive experience of training private and public sector employees in preventing health-associated disputes and holding effective mental health conversations. Arabella has been featured as an advocate for positive mental health and autism awareness on BBC Radio 4’s Inside Health, the Financial Times, the British Medical Journal, Good Housekeeping, Psychologies Magazine, The Sun and the King’s Fund. For all booking enquiries or for more information, contact Hannah Roper at hannahroper@bathmind.org.uk
SSPC: James Gibson On Managing Best Athletes in the World, Finding Right "Fit"

SSPC: James Gibson On Managing Best Athletes in the World, Finding Right "Fit"

Episode of the SwimSwam podcast featuring James Gibson, head swimming coach at the Energy Standard International Swim Club
Introduction to ISPAH's #8Investments That Work for Physical Activity

Introduction to ISPAH's #8Investments That Work for Physical Activity

Series 2 Episode 1 of the ISPAH podcast features Professor Trevor Shilton who outlines the importance of ISPAH's Eight Investments That Work for Physical Activity and provides historical context to physical activity advocacy efforts. The full document and an advocacy kit for ISPAH's Eight Investments That Work for Physical Activity can be found at: https://bit.ly/2IrSMVy
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