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Swim Wales Drill Progression Movement Flow Breaststroke

Swim Wales Drill Progression Movement Flow Breaststroke

In this video strength & conditioning coach Spencer introduces the swimmer to a Movement Flow sequence specific to developing the physical qualities required to complete the pool based Breaststroke Drill Progressions. A Movement Flow is a system of combining movements and exercises into ‘Movement Flows’. The goal of a movement flow is to combine exercises in a methodical sequence, moving from one pose to the next, expressing fluidity and allowing for a smooth transition. Performing Movement Flows, not only develops strength and stability, but also cultivates creativity. The exercises used within the Movement Flow video, are the same exercises and movements used within the Drill Progressions. For example, the ‘Breaststroke Movement Flow’, contains the exercises used within the ‘Breaststroke Drill Progressions’. The Movement Flow demonstrations in these videos, do not cover all the technical points or instructions for each exercise. If you require more coaching or technical points around individual exercises used within the Movement Flow. This information can be found in the Drill Progression videos.
Interview with Michael Jamieson

Interview with Michael Jamieson

Olympic Silver Medalist, now Head Coach at Natare West London, Michael Jamieson speaks to Swim Swift Elite about his own swimming journey, coaching philosophies, and mindfulness.
Curious Coaches' Club: Getting Better at Reflection

Curious Coaches' Club: Getting Better at Reflection

Coaches are often told that they need to review or reflect as part of the plan-do-review model, yet they may not be shown how to approach it. Have you ever wondered how you should reflect, and reflect well? It's not always a simple or easy process! In this session, UK Coaching's Mark Scott and Andy Bradshaw explore the topic of reflective practice and how to engage it in more effectively to improve and develop your coaching.
PNF Stretching

PNF Stretching

This Gym at Home workout by Francesca Filatondi features Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, also known as PNF stretching, an advanced form of flexibility training. It involves the contraction and stretching of muscles. The technique was first used in clinical rehabilitation but has spread into mainstream gyms because of its perceived effectiveness. 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
Myrtha India Webinar 3 April 2020

Myrtha India Webinar 3 April 2020

How to design high-quality swimming pools for Educational Institutions, Competitive Training and Competitions [in India]
Synchronized Swimmers Try To Keep Up With Water Polo Players

Synchronized Swimmers Try To Keep Up With Water Polo Players

SELF is a channel featuring daily health, fitness, beauty, style advice, and videos for women who want to achieve their personal best in life. SELF challenged a group of artistic swimmers to try to keep up with water polo players. These professional athletes take the ultimate test and see if their technique, form and coordination are enough to keep up with the pros!
Learn Walkover Front

Learn Walkover Front

Adriana Zaragoza's 3rd Artistic swimming tutorial features Walkover front, an advanced figure.
The Story About A Film Called Blacks Can't Swim

The Story About A Film Called Blacks Can't Swim

Hear from the Black Swimming Association about how to overcome your fear of swimming, how we can get more black and ethnic minority people swimming, and about Ed Accura's new documentary - A Film Called Blacks Can't Swim (release date 26 June 2020). For more information please visit: https://www.thebsa.co.uk. Or get involved by: - Volunteering - Sign the charter: https://www.thebsa.co.uk/diper-charter Become a BAME aquatic champion by sharing the BSA's work in your local community.
Stay strong at home with Team Speedo's Freya Anderson

Stay strong at home with Team Speedo's Freya Anderson

Check out one of the partner workouts that Great Britain swim star Freya Anderson has been doing whilst the pools and gyms are closed.
Stay strong at home with Team Speedo's Tom Dean

Stay strong at home with Team Speedo's Tom Dean

Check out one of the workouts that Great Britain swimming star Tom Dean has been doing whilst the pools and gyms are closed
Learn Windmill Turn

Learn Windmill Turn

In Adriana Zaragoza's second Artistic swimming tutorial, you have a beginner's figure to get started with srtistic swimming.
Experience Recovery Conversation with Richard Lamburn

Experience Recovery Conversation with Richard Lamburn

Interview with Swim England's Head of Facilities, Richard Lamburn.
Past and present with Sharron Davies and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor

Past and present with Sharron Davies and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor

Olympic silver medal-winning swimmers Sharron Davies and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor chat about winning their medals at the Olympics, how they've coped during lockdown and interests outside of swimming.
2nd Educational Water Polo Coaches Webinar - Ratko Rudic

2nd Educational Water Polo Coaches Webinar - Ratko Rudic

Ratko Rudic discusses his coaching principles, style of training and relations with players in this Hellenic Water Polo Coaches Association webinar.
Learn Ballet Leg Backflip

Learn Ballet Leg Backflip

Artistic Swimming Tutorial #1 from Adriana Zaragoza M.Sc., M.Ed.
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.
Chris Cook: 'Mental Toughness'

Chris Cook: 'Mental Toughness'

Chris Cook swam for Great Britain in the Olympics, World Championships and European championships, and competed for England in the Commonwealth Games. Presentation for the North East Region Coaches Forum meeting held on 16 June 2020.
Why there is a lack of distance swimmers in GB

Why there is a lack of distance swimmers in GB

Formerly head coach of Stockport Metro until appointed Swim England Talent Officer, Richard Blackshaw now leads on the Swim England extended pathway, is the pool technical lead and has responsibility for the Sheffield and Leeds National Performance Centres. He is the regional contact for the North West, North East, West Midlands and East Midlands. Richard facilitated this discussion with North East Coaches at their Forum meeting on 2 June 2020.
Swim Wales Drill Progression Movement Flow Freestyle

Swim Wales Drill Progression Movement Flow Freestyle

This video introduces the swimmer to a system of combining movements and exercises into ‘Movement Flows’. The goal of a movement flow is to combine exercises in a methodical sequence, moving from one pose to the next, expressing fluidity and allowing for a smooth transition. Performing Movement Flows, not only develops strength and stability, but also cultivates creativity. The exercises used within the Movement Flow video, are the same exercises and movements used within the Drill Progressions. For example, the ‘Freestyle Movement Flow’, contains the exercises used within the ‘Freestyle Drill Progressions’. The Movement Flow demonstrations in these videos, do not cover all the technical points or instructions for each exercise. If you require more coaching or technical points around individual exercises used within the Movement Flow, this information can be found in the Drill Progression videos.
Interview with Liam Tancock

Interview with Liam Tancock

Double Olympian, Double World Champ and WR holder in the 50m Backstroke for almost a Decade, talks to Swim Swift Elite about the role of parents, positivity, and SWIMZI.
Interview with Claire Cashmore

Interview with Claire Cashmore

Claire Cashmore MBE speaks to Swim Swift Elite about the boost in Para Sport, transitioning from Swimming to Triathlon, and her role as an ambassador with the charity Reach.
Interview with Alice Dearing

Interview with Alice Dearing

Senior GB Marathon swimmer, World Junior Open water Champ and one of the CEO's of the Black Swimming Association, Alice Dearing talks Tokyo, her passions outside of the pool, and hair care!
Interview with Caitlin McClatchey

Interview with Caitlin McClatchey

Triple Olympian and multiple World medalist Caitlin McClatchey, talks career highlights, her role at the BOA, and Tokyo!
Interview with  Georgia Davies

Interview with Georgia Davies

Double Olympian Georgia Davies talks lockdown, International Swimming League, and Tokyo!
Interview with Ian Hulme

Interview with Ian Hulme

Interview published 1 May 2020 with GB and World Championship swimmer Ian Hulme who is now head coach at Loughborough University, and was Team England coach at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Finis & Latswim Special Live Stream with Ross Davenport

Finis & Latswim Special Live Stream with Ross Davenport

May 2020 Live Stream interview with three-time Olympian and Commonwealth champion, Ross Davenport who discusses his Olympic experiences and training equipment.
Splits Routine

Splits Routine

Gym at Home workout by 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
How to do a Pushup

How to do a Pushup

Rob takes us through how to perform a push up from its most basic form through to a full push up. When you get the push up right it will help you to build a much stronger body that will make you much faster in the water. Somerset ASA accept 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 home land training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
Experience Recovery Conversation with Rebecca Cox and Katie Towner

Experience Recovery Conversation with Rebecca Cox and Katie Towner

Conversation with Rebecca Cox of the IOS and Katie Towner, Swim England
Trunk Workout

Trunk Workout

Check out this strength and conditioning workout created by strength and conditioning intern Ben Warman, for age group swimmers. You should only perform this programme if you are fit and healthy to do so and with parental permission. Please make sure that the area you are using for exercise is suitable and clear from hazards. Swim England accept 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 home land training guidance: https://bit.ly/LandWorkCriteria
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