Mind Set Game #50: Stay the course with Dan Highcock

In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game Podcast, I sat down with Dan Highchock.

Dan is an online training, nutrition coach as well as being a professional wheelchair basketball player in Spain. For Dan having the discipline and mindset to go and push yourself to your absolute limits, way out of your comfort zone is a great preparation for anything that life throws at you. When you feel like giving up, you don’t, you keep pushing on and come out stronger on the other side! Continue reading “Mind Set Game #50: Stay the course with Dan Highcock”

Mind Set Game #37: Transforming habits and behaviours with Matthew White

In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game podcast, I sat down with Matthew White, founder and owner of MW Strength & Performance to discuss transforming habits and behaviours.

Our paths first crossed about late last year at a course run by Declan Doyle. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #37: Transforming habits and behaviours with Matthew White”

Mind Set Game #35: High-Performance Living with Ru Anderson

In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game podcast, I sat down with Ru Anderson. Ru is the founder and owner of Exceed Nutrition which has become the ‘go-to’ online nutrition coaching website in just a few short years and also the author of High-Performance Living. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #35: High-Performance Living with Ru Anderson”

Mind Set Game #31: Time management with Declan Doyle

In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game, I sat down with Declan Doyle.

Declan, a 30-year-old Dad, originally from the south of Ireland but now live in the UK. When I’m not watching recorded toy story films (no choice in the matter), ‘I make a living from helping busy parents optimize fat loss. I also help keep the lights on by tutoring fitness professionals.’ Continue reading “Mind Set Game #31: Time management with Declan Doyle”

Mind Set Game #30: AKA – Mr wheelchair basketball with Patrick Anderson

In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game Podcast, I sat down with 4x Paralympian, Patrick Anderson to hear how he ticks.

Patrick is widely considered to be one of the best wheelchair basketball players in the world. He began playing the sport in 1990 and was first chosen for the Canadian national team in 1997. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #30: AKA – Mr wheelchair basketball with Patrick Anderson”