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“Chartable” #1 UK Swimming Podcast Outdoor swimming is one of the fastest growing activities in the world, the benefits of which are well documented across many platforms and media. Each episode of this podcast I (Will Ellis) will be asking the same set of questions to my guests in order to hear their swim story, find out what the water means to them, and in doing so find the common ground between us all: the love of the water itself. Guests will include all walks of life, from Olympians, Co ...
 
Bij de first to T1 podcast help ik jou om sneller te leren zwemmen. Ik bespreek alle onderwerpen die er voor zorgen dat je een betere zwemmer wordt en meer controle krijgt over je eigen ontwikkeling als zwemmer. De podcast richt zich vooral op triatleten, maar is ook te gebruiken voor open water zwemmers (en zelfs voor elke recreatieve zwemmer).
 
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Bonus Episode for the final time off the back of Season 2... I caught up with Sally to ask her about her recent historic Channel Swim, which means she has crossed the Channel in every decade of her life from teens to now (six); obviously including her historic double crossing in 2016. She is an utter inspiration and I was thrilled she was able to c…
 
Season 2 Bonus Episode!! I had the pleasure of speaking to Sally Minty-Gravett (M.B.E.), who this year is embarking on her sixth decade of solo Channel Swimming, having swam The English Channel in her previous five decades. She is the oldest person to have completed a double English channel solo, and has swam Catalina, Manhattan and much much more.…
 
It's the final episode of the season and what better way to close it than with one of the most well known marathon swimmers, Chloe McCardel. Chloe has swam The English Channel 44 times, surmounting Alison Streeter's record last year, in 2021 (those swims included a triple crossing and three double crossings!!) She also holds the record for the long…
 
Episode 11 of Season 2 is the one and only Thomas Lurz... a total hero of mine and I was honoured that I got to be able to speak to him. He has won a staggering 39 medals at Europeans / Worlds and Olympic Races. He is by far and away the most decorated Open Water Swimmer of all time, and certainly one of the most decorated swimmers of all time. We …
 
It's Episode 10 of Season 2, and I have the brilliant Caroline Saxon to share with you. She is a former GB swimmer turned GB Ice Swimmer... in fact, after we recorded this podcast she went to the Ice Swimming World Champs in Poland where she won medals and broke records. She has her own podcast "The Swimmer Tribe Podcast", where she may air this ch…
 
Episode 9 of Season 2 is with the awesome Ray Gibbs of "Swim Canary Wharf" Fame... Ray set up his coaching facility in response to watching GB swimmers swim at his local club and the lack of really concise technique coaching available to swimmers - especially distance swimmers. As a swim coach he teaches a whole range of swimmers and top athletes, …
 
Episode 8 (S2) of An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast, with Will Ellis... today's guest is known as "The Adaptive Athlete", having lost full use of her legs in a cycling accident on her way to swim training as a triathlete. Not to be deterred, she began swimming again and recently completed a double Windermere crossing (similar distance to The English …
 
Episode 6 (S2) of An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast; and it was my pleasure to chat to Alice Goodridge... Alice set up Swim Wild in 2018 as a way of sharing her passion for Open Water with those around her. She has tackled the English Channel and is quietly working her way through he cold lochs of the Scottish highlands, where she is now based. I lov…
 
Episode five of An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast and I was honoured to chat to former Navy Seal John Doolittle. John swam The English Channel in memory of his friend Neil Roberts who was the first Seal killed in combat after 911; John continues to raise money for fallen and injured servicemen and their families through swimming. We chat about all so…
 
Episode 4 (Season 2) of An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast... It was awesome to be able to fire the six questions at The Merthyr Mermaid, Cath Pendleton. This episode was recorded during full lockdown in February 2021 and hearing it back, the episode is full of hope that we might actually get to swim again... one day... Anyway, Cath has a Guinness Wor…
 
It's Series 2 Episode 3 of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" with me Will Ellis. I have a professional athlete for you today, and he answers quite beautifully the six questions; he raced on the FINA circuit for a number of years in the marathon 10km event and went to World Championships representing Ireland in that event for the first time. We chat…
 
It’s Episode Two / Season Two of An Open Water Swimmer’s Podcast with me Will Ellis. I’ve got a great chat for you today… My guest for episode this episode is an endurance swimmer, a Churchill Fellow on a mission to improve support for Children after suicide, a swim coach and a really inspiring woman. She took up swimming later in life - deciding t…
 
I got to open Season 2 with this fantastic chat with Colin Hill, one of the most important people in the Open Water Swimming world here in the UK. He set up ChillSwim in 2013 which hosts swims all across the beautiful Lake district; he also worked closely with FINA (world swimming federation) bringing the elite marathon swimming events to Social Me…
 
In this thought-provoking episode of The Ripple Effect podcast, Ivy explores the important subject of ‘unconscious bias’. She discusses why we have them, where they show up and how we can overcome them by ‘checking’ ourselves! We would love to hear from you! Make sure you connect with us via LinkedIn I Facebook I Twitter www.open-water.com…
 
We can’t become who we want to be by remaining who we are. It’s a funny old thing ‘change’, isn’t it? It can be uncomfortable, unwelcome, unwanted even, but we all instinctively know that we can’t live without it. There’s no life without change. So let today be the day we stop railing against it and, instead of using our energy to fight with the ol…
 
It’s nice isn’t it, when someone tells you how proud they are of you for what you’ve done, or for who you have become. And it’s interesting too that despite knowing the wonderful gift that this short phrase is to people, we rarely bestow it on others - in either a personal or professional context. Perhaps they already know. Or perhaps they don’t. M…
 
Listening to the undertones, that’s the challenge. We all know that we should listen more and speak less. Not just to the words that are being spoken, but why they are being spoken. Next time you’re speaking with a client, your manager or your partner, rather than just responding to the words being spoken, take a moment - go deeper-and see if you c…
 
Things don’t always go exactly to plan, but that’s OK. In fact, it’s more than ‘OK’, it’s essential. If we don’t try, we’ll never win. Some of the greatest minds in innovation are unphased by failure, thinking of it rather as ‘learning a way that [something] doesn’t work’. It might sound convenient, trite even, but it’s true. It’s an unbelievably e…
 
Win-lose, a tough, unrelenting strategy for life right? And win-win just seems like a cliché. This episode explores an alternative; a different way of thinking that gives you access to a different way of living. Life should never be about winning or losing, but rather winning or learning how to win the next time. A tiny difference, but one that can…
 
In this episode, Adrian summarises a short list of powerful tools suggested by the Harvard Business Review for nurturing a learning environment within your team or organisation. What does it look like and how do you get there? The answer might surprise you, Or not, because - spoiler alert - it begins with you! We would love to hear from you! Make s…
 
In this perspective-shifting episode, Henry explores a key hidden benefit of 2021’s default business communication platform – Zoom. He uncovers the power of empathy rapport as the limitations of formality are broken down. We would love to hear from you! Make sure you connect with us via LinkedIn I Facebook I Twitter www.open-water.com…
 
Thijs Hagelstein is bondscoach open water en de trainer van Ferry Weertman. Daarnaast is hij vanaf het begin actief in de teamcompetities en start in de eredivise voor VZC Veenendaal. Ik spreek Thijs terwijl hij actief is op het EK open water zwemmen. Alle shownotes vind je op first-to-t1.nl/Thijs Vragen en opmerkingen: first-to-t1.nl/feedback Thij…
 
Een belangrijk aspect van een succesvolle borstcrawl is de ademhaling. Veel zwemmers en triatleten ervaren proberen met deze ademhaling. Zeker als beginnend zwemmer is dit een uiterst lastig punt om goed te doen. Alle shownotes vind je op first-to-t1.nl/ademhaling Vragen en opmerkingen: first-to-t1.nl/feedback In deze podcast leg ik uit hoe de tech…
 
In de serie over techniek zijn we aangekomen bij het tweede deel van de armslag: de overhaal. Vorige aflevering heb ik de basis gelegd voor het creëren van snelheid in de borstcrawl. Eerder heb ik het belang van een goede ligging besproken. Alle shownotes vind je op first-to-t1.nl/overhaal Vragen en opmerkingen: first-to-t1.nl/feedback Een goede ov…
 
Een betere doorhaal zorgt er voor dat je sneller gaat zwemmen. Ik analyseer de belangrijkste aspecten van een efficiënte doorhaal en bespreek hoe je die technisch goed uitvoert. Alle shownotes vind je op first-to-t1.nl/stuwing Vragen en opmerkingen: first-to-t1.nl/feedback Als je de ligging op orde hebt is het tijd om te gaan werken aan deze doorha…
 
In deze aflevering ga ik in op vragen die de afgelopen weken gesteld zijn. Ik bespreek onder andere hoe het kan dat je als beginnend zwemmer zo moe wordt van zwemmen én hoe het kan dat je hartslag in het water lager is. De vier vragen die ik beantwoord zijn: 1: Hoe ver moet je afduwen? 2: Waarom ben ik zo gedesoriënteerd en duizelig als ik rechtop …
 
In deze podcast bespreek ik het derde belangrijke punt van een goede ligging: recht in het water liggen. Tijdens het aanleren van een goede borstcrawl is de ligging het fundament. In deze serie podcasts bespreek ik wat dit betekent en welke belangrijke concepten hierop van toepassing zijn. Voor een strakke ligging is het goed bewegen van de armen e…
 
Snel borstcrawl zwemmen begint bij een goede ligging. Wil je de volgende keer dat je een triatlon doet sneller uit het water zijn? Begin bij je ligging! Deze podcast duiken we de diepte in op een aantal belangrijke elementen van de ligging. Zo belangrijk dat we het wel het fundament van de borstcrawl kunnen noemen. De uitgewerkte shownotes vind je …
 
In deze aflevering van de podcast bespreek ik de structuur en opbouw van de borstcrawl. Ik doorloop de opbouw van het aanleren en analyseren van de borstcrawl en geef een aantal belangrijke aanwijzingen voor de verschillende onderdelen. Alle shownotes vind je op first-to-t1.nl/borstcrawltechniek Vragen en opmerkingen: first-to-t1.nl/feedback Eerst …
 
Om slimmer te leren trainen kun je kijken naar fouten van anderen. In deze podcast bespreek ik welke fouten ik triatleten vaak zie maken in de zwemtraining. Voor ik daar aan begin bespreek ik de toekomst van de podcast. De uitgebreide shownotes vind je op: https://first-to-t1.nl/lerenvanfouten De fouten die ik bespreek zijn: 1: Geen doel 2: Te wein…
 
Vaak staat er geen trainer langs het zwembad als we aan het trainen zijn. Of je moet de trainer delen met dertig personen. Als zwemmer of triatleet is het dan niet altijd makkelijk om jezelf te verbeteren. Door te leren om jezelf te verbeteren zonder de hulp van een trainer kun je alle trainingen effectiever maken, ook als er wel een trainer aanwez…
 
It's Episode 12 of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . this is the final episode of the Season and it was a privilege to be able to speak to Sarah Thomas. Sarah became the first and only person to have completed a four way English Channel crossing in 2019, a swim that took her 54 hours. She also holds the record for the longest unassisted swim:…
 
Deze aflevering bespreek ik de staat van je borstcrawl techniek na de coronapauze. Ik beschrijf een aantal factoren die er voor zorgen dat het zwemmen minder goed gaat dan voor de zwembaden dicht gingen. Daarna bespreek ik wat je kan doen om het zwemmen weer op te pakken en vanaf training 1 je techniek te verbeteren. De shownotes vind je op: https:…
 
It's Episode 11 of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . it was an absolute joy to be able to chat to DJ, Radio Broadcaster and Wim Hoff devotee, Eddy Temple-Morris. Not only is Eddy a passionate advocate of the sea and all that lives within it, he is also a patron of the charity "My Black Dog"; a charity close to his heart that deals with anyone…
 
It's Episode ten of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . it was a real treat to be able to speak to Swim Smooth founder Paul Newsome from his base in Perth, Australia. If you are interested in improving your stroke at all, then I can highly recommend Swim Smooth as being able to assist (although you won't have to travel to Perth to do so, I prom…
 
It's Episode nine of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . this week I fire the six questions at all round nice guy Tim Donovan. He's a Triple Crown Swimmer (English Channel / Catalina / Manhattan), having grown up in Perth, Australia. We talk about finishing swims when they go bad, friendship, consistency, doing the things you love and having ze…
 
In deze podcast bespreek ik belangrijke principes om beter te leren zwemmen. Eerst stel ik me voor en bespreek ik vervolgens hoe je lichaam zich heeft aangepast na een periode van niet of minder zwemmen. Ik bespreek welke fysiologische gevolgen dit voor jou lichaam heeft en hoe je hier zo goed mogelijk mee om kan gaan als je weer het zwembad in gaa…
 
Episode eight of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . today's guest is one of the most decorated swimmers of all time having set 233 FINA World Records at Masters Level (33 of which still stand). She was inducted into the Swimming Hall of Fame in 2017 and is the author of "The Do Over": her autobiography telling the story of her struggles with a…
 
Episode seven of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" . . . It was so lovely to chat to 'Outdoor Swimmer' magazine founder Simon Griffiths; he is not only a very rapid Masters Swimmer, but has also recently taken up river swimming all year round during the pandemic. He set up the magazine ten years ago in response to the fact that Open Water Swimming …
 
Episode six of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast" ... This episode's guest is a conservationist, surfer, swimmer and all round ocean lover. Tommy Kay is arguably the nicest man you will meet to set up a (cold water) surf brand. He set up his brand 'Finisterre' to marry this love of the sea with everything the brand encompasses. He has never deviated…
 
Episode five of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast"... it was such a treat to be able to speak to Jaimie Monahan from her home in NYC. She has completed the 28.5mile swim around Manhattan 27 times, including the only quadruple (in 45hours 24m) - just a few weeks after swimming it seven times in seven days. She is known as the "Queen of Manhattan" as …
 
Episode four of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast", and it was a delight to be able to interview the wonderful Kath Ferguson. Kath set up "Sea Birds" in 2017 as a Community Interest Company to take people into the water and make swimming accessible to all. Kath's work using the sea as a way to improve both her own and other's mental wellbeing has ge…
 
Episode three of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast". I was very lucky to be able to chat to actor, comedian and best selling children's author: David Walliams... We spoke about James Bond's flippers & mask, swimming with Pilot Whales, sea-sick parents, unaffordable houses along the Thames and Sport Relief (among other things). Enjoy...!…
 
Episode two of "An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast! In this episode I talk to Swim Trek founder, Simon Murie... Simon has travelled much of the world as a swimmer both inside and outside of work. Simon set up Swim Trek in 2003: for swimmers who want to combine a holiday with their love of the open water. We talk Byron, Leander, Ghana, Suez, dodging cr…
 
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