| January 4th, 2023 | Swimming

Propulsive efforts tiring you out?

The word Propel is defined as to drive or push something forwards.     We are hard wired to pull on our limbs, to pull and kick to move us [...]

| November 20th, 2022 | Uncategorized

Development of a PE Teacher

Physical education teaches pupils skills, problem solving and an understanding of themselves and others far beyond the physical activity. Physical Education is described as the planned, progressive teaching delivered to [...]

| November 2nd, 2022 | Swimming

Importance of Feedback

  If you are moving forward when you swim, it’s safe to say you are doing something right.    Improvement is determined by skill and to progress you need to [...]

| October 22nd, 2022 | Swimming

My Half Term London Swim Clinic

Sam is a 13 year old Competitive swimmer from Devon, in his early days of coaching his coach promoted TI principles and he was making great foundations, but this came [...]

| October 21st, 2022 | Swimming

Non Swimmer to Performance Goals

Having known Michael for a few years now, I asked if he would share his experience.  He was nervous and a little fearful when we first met back in 2020, [...]

| October 4th, 2022 | Swimming

Struggled at school and have rarely swum in the decades since

According to the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) one in five adults in England (more than 9 million adults) are unable to swim or had such bad lessons that they never [...]