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Key Strength Benefits For Swimmers

Key Strength Benefits For Swimmers

Paul Talty, S&C Coach for Swim Ireland discusses planning For Tokyo 2020 in Ep 49 of the podcast.
FeetUp class for Artistic swimming

FeetUp class for Artistic swimming

Andrea Fuentes live stream from 21 Jun 2020
The secret to extend your split back knee!

The secret to extend your split back knee!

Answer to a question on Instagram @Synkrolovers
Introduction to WeThe15

Introduction to WeThe15

This video is a summary of a virtual event that was held at the Conference of State Parties in June 2021 to introduce the WeThe15 campaign.
Introduction to Classification - Para Swimming

Introduction to Classification - Para Swimming

At major international para-swimming competitions such as at the Paralympics, athletes will only compete against other athletes in the same class. Swimmers are assigned a classification group based on their degree of ability, with each group indicating a different level of physical, visual, intellectual or hearing impairment. You can learn more about the classifications at https://bit.ly/386YINd
Parental Involvement in Youth Sport

Parental Involvement in Youth Sport

Dr Camilla Knight shares her insight and experiences on parents and their influence in sport.
The Menstrual Cycle: Symptoms, Training and Performance

The Menstrual Cycle: Symptoms, Training and Performance

In this video, the Welsh Institute of Performance Science's Natalie Brown introduces the impact that the menstrual cycle can have on training and performance.
Athletes' experiences of period symptoms

Athletes' experiences of period symptoms

In this video, the Welsh Institute of Performance Science's Natalie Brown discusses athletes' experiences of period symptoms and how it makes them feel in relation to sport.
What is a typical menstrual cycle?

What is a typical menstrual cycle?

In this video, the Welsh Institute of Performance Science's Natalie Brown discusses menstrual cycles, and how you would define a typical or regular cycle.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Know How to Act

Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Know How to Act

Christian Eriksen’s collapse at Euro 2020 was a sobering reminder that our quick actions can save a life. In this recording of a Time2Learn session, UK Coaching and the leading resuscitation experts explain how to act swiftly and effectively in the event of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest. It can happen to anyone, anytime and anywhere.
Club Matters recruiting volunteers animation

Club Matters recruiting volunteers animation

Recruiting volunteers is not always easy, and with 70% of clubs reporting a shortage, volunteer recruitment is a common challenge. But there are simple things you can do to make it easier. Check out this new animation video, with top tips on how to make volunteering with your club or organisation as easy and as attractive as possible.
Tokyo Talk: Maximising sleep patterns for performing in different time zones

Tokyo Talk: Maximising sleep patterns for performing in different time zones

In this episode of the Experts in Sport podcast, sleep expert Professor Kevin Morgan discusses the impacts of competing in a different time zone and how athletes can prepare to ensure that their performance isn't hindered.
Tokyo Talk: Doping in sport

Tokyo Talk: Doping in sport

In this episode of the Experts in Sport podcast, host Martin Foster is joined by Professor James Skinner, Dr Daniel Read and Professor Barry Houlihan to discuss drug testing athletes, why they dope and much more.
Marie Wattel on ending her "great" Loughborough stay on a high

Marie Wattel on ending her "great" Loughborough stay on a high

Pre Tokyo 2020 interview with French swimmer Marie Wattel who has loved her four years at Loughborough University and was aiming to end her time in the UK on a positive note by achieving a medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
A Champions Mindset - Ep 4: Leadership As A Skill

A Champions Mindset - Ep 4: Leadership As A Skill

Frank Dick OBE, Olympic athletics legend shares his tips on how to become a true leader.
A Champions Mindset - Ep 3: Finding Happiness and Balance When Work Is Your Priority

A Champions Mindset - Ep 3: Finding Happiness and Balance When Work Is Your Priority

Frank Dick OBE, Olympic athletics legend shares his tips
A Champions Mindset - Ep 2: Overcoming Challenges & Failure

A Champions Mindset - Ep 2: Overcoming Challenges & Failure

Frank Dick OBE, Olympic athletics legend shares his tips.
A Champions Mindset - Ep 1: Focus on Winning

A Champions Mindset - Ep 1: Focus on Winning

Frank Dick OBE, Olympic athletics legend shares his insights on what it takes to adopt a winning attitude. He talks us through his philosophy of being a winner, and shares his tips that helped so many Olympic greats win Gold Medals, and break countless World Records.
Alicia Wilson |  | Inside The Most Successful Team GB Olympics

Alicia Wilson | | Inside The Most Successful Team GB Olympics

This episode of the Propulsion Swimming Podcast features Team GB Olympian, Alicia Wilson who originally swam for Guildford City and now trains over in California for Cal Golden Bears. She was an Olympic Finalist at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in the 200m Individual Medley. Alicia speaks about her experience of the Olympic Games, how hard it was to cope with morning finals, who she'd pick as her standout teammates, and what ingredients were needed to make this the most successful British Swimming team on record! 00:00 Intro; 00:47 Propulsion Swimming Podcast is Back; 02:00 Introducing Alicia Wilson; 03:00 Taking a Break After Tokyo; 05:25 British Olympic Trials; 06:48 Morning Finals; 09:43 Performance in 200m IM; 15:18 Training as an IM Swimmer; 16:42 Inspiration Gained From Olympics; 19:30 Team GB Success; 22:25 GB Standout Swimmers at Tokyo; 26:44 Alicia's Future; 28:50 Training in USA; 30:14 Quick Fire Questions; 32:55 Send Off
Tokyo Talk: Dysfunctional breathing, asthma and athletes

Tokyo Talk: Dysfunctional breathing, asthma and athletes

In this episode of the Experts in Sport podcast, host Martin Foster is joined by Dr Sam Winter, Senior Lecturer from Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, and Professor John Dickinson, an established international expert for applied practice and research into athlete respiratory care. Sam, John and Martin discuss a range of topics around respiratory physiology, including the basics of breathing and breathing techniques, the implications of asthma and asthma treatment in elite sport and how research is helping to diagnose and help dysfunctional breathing.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Sports

Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Sports

If not treated immediately, Sudden Cardiac Arrest can lead to death. Survival is possible with fast, appropriate medical care. "All you need to know about: Sudden cardiac arrest in Sports" Presentation with Dr. Ian Beasley, Sports Medicine Physician.
Wrist and Hand Injuries

Wrist and Hand Injuries

The Aspetar Sport Medicine Collection Online Forum Series provides free access to the latest evidence-based Sports Medicine and Science information. Speakers: 0:00 Dr. Jonny K Andersson; 0:06:05 Dr. Gregoire Chick; 0:29:30 Dr. Mike Hayton; 0:57:58 Dr. Jonny K Andersson; 01:18:07 Dr. Elisabet Hagert; 01:40:18 Om El Khir Ksantini
Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

FINA Live Learning Session featuring speakers Fernando Possenti (BRA), Head Coach Brazilian Olympic Open Water Marathon Swimming Team, and Stéphane Lecat (FRA), National Team Open Water Program Director for the French Swimming Federation
Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

FINA Live Learning Session featuring speakers Elvis Fatovic (CRO), Head Coach Australia Water Polo Men's National Team, and Adam Krikorian, Head Coach USA Water Polo Women's National Team.
Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

Getting Ready for the Olympic Games

FINA Live Learning Session featuring speakers Mayuko Fujiki (JPN), Head Coach of the Spanish National Artistic Swimming Team and Andrea Fuentes (ESP), Head Coach of the USA Artistic Swimming Elite Team.
Trailblazing Swimmer Cullen Jones

Trailblazing Swimmer Cullen Jones

Back in 2007, Trans World Sport caught up with American swimmer Cullen Jones as he was training for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Cullen became the first African-American swimmer to hold a swimming world record and spoke about his wish for more diversity in swimming and other sports.
Love as a Coaching Strategy

Love as a Coaching Strategy

This episode features a chat with Jane Figueiredo, World Champion and Olympic medal-winning diving coach to tom Daley, and Yulia Pakhalina, European Champion, World Champion, and 5-time Olympic medal-winning diver. They talk about love as a coaching strategy, and draw parallels between performing at the highest level of athletic competition and succeeding in business.
Starting your team off on the right foot

Starting your team off on the right foot

Live Q&A with Coach Wayne Goldsmith who has worked directly with Olympic champions, professional teams and winning coaches across the globe for the last 30 years.
Mel Marshall - sustainable success comes from sustainable questioning!

Mel Marshall - sustainable success comes from sustainable questioning!

The former British swimmer has won several gold medals for the country in the past Olympic Games, and has been awarded ‘Coach of the Year’ for her work with Adam Peaty - who has just won gold at Tokyo 2020! When it comes to coaching, Mel taps into her feminine and masculine approach to be her most ‘authentic’ self of the coaching spectrum. Many coaches are hesitant to show vulnerability to their athletes, which is what sets Mel's success apart.
Wayne Goldsmith on Coaching for ISCA

Wayne Goldsmith on Coaching for ISCA

Wayne Goldsmith talks about the concepts of coaching in this video for ISCA.
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