After 40 years and 4 days my 'first' book is published. This first book is a collaboration of inspiring stories from amazing men, passionate about sharing their own story in the hope of helping others.It's a good read and I'll share an extract with you.
LIFE right now is throwing challenge after challenge at us all,
COVID, social isolation, economic worry, waistline relaxing or [fill in the blank].
When it seems LIFE is done it gets creative and finds a novel way to spice things up from second waves/ripples, loss and further hardships - but... we do not need to let LIFE happen to us, we are more
powerful and capable of accepting each challenge than we may believe.
"Perhaps the most important way that we can help our students to find that is to create an environment and relationships where they feel that they matter to us and we matter to them, and we can only do that by being the thing that unites us all, by being qualified as imperfectly human".
Ever thought about becoming strong, lean, happy, confident, rich, resilient, sociable, loving or something else? Perhaps you want to become a unicorn riding warrior.
We all have or had aspirations on becoming something.
Today I focus on the first part of that journey
In this episode I chat with Mithilesh Chudgar Founder and Chief Performance Coach at the Centre for Excellence in Performance
Improving Performance is the only key to improved results and Mithilesh is known as a "stimulant for Improving Performance".
I have hurt my back, I feel like watching crap tv and binging on chocolate…but I know that does not fit with other aspirations of mine so I need a plan to follow. I share an impactful 3 step plan in todays short episode.
In this episode I interview Kate Sweatman, Current British Equipped Champion in the 84+kg category (or super heavyweight if that's easier), wife, and mum of a 5yo young man. Former computing professional turned homemaker and now swim teacher.
Kate has had many battles with mental health and we touch upon this in this episode but spend more time FOCUSing on how of late has felt more in control and able to address root causes of things in her control.
In this episode I interview Tom Walsh of anatomygaps.
Tom is a strength and conditioning coach specialising in Speed.
We cover a range of topics from giving up on goals, genetics, comparison and a wonderful quote which sets the scene...
"When the fisherman can't go out to fish, hey repair their nets"
Dr Sadie posed me the question "if you only had 10 minutes, what message would I try and get across to people that would make the biggest impact on their health"...What a question...
This was my answer.