Lock-down Workouts for All Squads


Hello everyone,

I hope that everybody is staying safe and healthy. I’m sure we are all looking forward to hearing the contents of Boris’ updates later on today.

I’ve had some really lovely emails over the last few weeks from some of you. I’m getting a feeling that in a strange sort of way this virus has brought some of us closer together which is absolutely amazing, and one of the reasons why we are the best club out there!!

Please have a look through the attached document. It includes some workouts for you all to have a look through including some recommendations.


Head Coach




I understand that some of you may not have access to the club Instagram account and therefore may not have seen the workouts being put up online for everybody. I’m including here some workouts for you to have a look through.

As a qualified and insured Personal Trainer and body massage therapist under the register of exercise professionals (REPS) I would encourage everybody to try and stay as active as possible whilst we are on lock-down. This being said, you also need to be realistic and sensible with the workouts you might want to do. Basically if something is hurting or aggravating you, do something else or take a rest. Ensure you do a warm up (heart rate raising activity) before you start any strenuous work. I would also advise some stretches and/or mobilisation work if you are going to do some regular form of training.

I’ve included for everybody three online workouts of varying intensities for you to have a look through. As I said above, if you have restrictions to doing these, please respect those restrictions and don’t push yourself too hard – we don’t want any injuries!

Workout #1 Duration: 20mins

This workout is lower in intensity and work rate and is aimed at the older swimmers (adults & masters) who may have some form of injuries or physiological restrictions.

Workout #2 Duration: 20mins

This workout is fairly middling in intensity. This would be suitable for anyone who is injury free and for most groups in the club.

Workout #3 Duration: 15mins

This is the most intense of the three workouts and is aimed at competitive swimmers in all squads who are injury free.

As I said above, please ensure you take good care and warm up thoroughly for your workouts. All training is undertaken at the risk of each participant.

Parents’ Representatives

Lewis Family

The Parents’ Representatives provide a link between parents and the BPSC Committee. They hope to be able to communicate any concerns, questions and information between both parties whilst also establishing an informal group of parents willing to contribute in some way to the demands of running the club.

Please feel free to contact Clare, Jo or Vanessa via the links below, or chat to them during squad training sessions or at galas if you have any questions or concerns about the club. They may not always have the answers straight away but will endeavour to find out for you.

The Parents’ Representatives are:

Lewis Family Bradley Family
Clare, whose children Nerys and Jäger are in Development Squad; Vanessa, whose children Madison and Jemima are in Junior Squad and

Jo, whose daughters Tabitha, Phoebe and Lily swim in Junior Squad, Senior Squad and Active, respectively.

Parents’ Representatives: Development Squad: Clare Lewis devparentsrep@bpsc.club
Junior Squad: Vanessa Bradley jnrparentsrep@bpsc.club
Senior Squad: Jo Webber snrparentsrep@bpsc.club


Galas Cancelled – Corona Virus Update from Gala Entry admin.


In light of the revised Government advice on social distancing we have received notification today that the forthcoming galas scheduled to the end of May have all been cancelled.  This covers Harrow, Middlesex Development/Masters and London Regionals

All organisers have asked for understanding and look forward to potentially hosting us in the future.  Details on refunds etc. to follow in due course once that information is available


BPSC Competitions Secretary

Seeking Gala Officials from Membership Secretary

Gala Official
Middlesex County ASA Logo
Parents: have you ever thought of becoming a swimming official?
It is a great way to to help the club, competitive swimming and ultimately our swimmers!  Officials are responsible for timekeeping and making sure that swimmers observe the rules.  Without them, licensed and other swim meets cannot take place but officials are always in very short supply.  British Swimming have just launched a new online course (Judge Level 1) which allows parents to complete a few hours of study at their own pace, together with poolside experience at galas, both being mentored to learn the ropes and on occasions, working independently.
The club will pay the course fee and you will need to register using the club website.  Details about how to do this will be provided for anyone that may be interested.
So if you want to be part of the action, please drop Richard Pixner a line at galaofficials@bpsc.club.
To find out more about becoming an official, please visit Middlesex County ASA website’s ‘New Online Judge 1 Course’ page.
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