In today’s episode of the mind set game podcast, I sat down with Marc Steutel.
Marc is the head coach of Men’s basketball team at Northumbria Univerisity aka Team Northumbria as well as being the course leader in Sports & Exercise Science at Newcastle College. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #42: Long term athlete development in basketball with Marc Steutel”
In today’s episode of the mind set game podcast, I sat down with Dafydd Evans.
Dafydd is the Head Coach at Swansea University and Swansea City Academy, Former DC United U-20 and U-23 coach as well as being the Head coach at DeMatha Catholic High School.
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In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game podcast, I sat down with Tom Foxley.
Tom works with functional athletes on their mindset. Mindset (thoughts) lead to actions. Actions lead to results. Mindset is the lead domino to tip. ‘That’s why I do what I do’.
Tom also runs The Alpha Movement Podcast which is a deep dive into the mindsets of some of the CrossFit world’s best athletes and coaches. He extracts the building blocks of a successful athlete (and get to speak to Games competitors and coaches). Tom’s racked up over 10,000 hours of CrossFit and 1-2-1 coaching. I’ve spent time in one of the elite arms of the British Military. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #27: Find out who you want to be and be curious with Tom Foxley”
In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game Podcast, I sat down with Shaun Castle who spent 5 years in the U.S. Army as a Military Police Officer and 5 years in civilian law enforcement. He has been featured in Sports Illustrated and Forbes Magazine. He played wheelchair basketball at the University of Alabama. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #26: Self-motivation with Shaun Castle”
In today’s episode of the Mind Set Game podcast, I sat down with John Amaechi.
John is a psychologist and New York Times best-selling author. In the US and Europe, he works with aspiring and already high-achieving individuals as well as medium to large-sized organisations looking for an edge. He is often retained to help identify and implement ways to increase productivity by improving communication & leadership skills, organisational culture and climate – often where mainstream options have failed.
He’s proven himself adept at achieving the seemingly impossible by scaling to the heights of the best basketball league in the world, the National Basketball Association, after starting the game aged 17. From first picking up a ball, he went to a ‘starting five’ position on the Cleveland Cavaliers in just six years. His personal drive, perseverance and planning are augmented by his post-retirement research and education in psychology. He is a true ‘triple threat’ when working with individuals and organisations that want to change. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #20: Psychology of Mindfulness with John Amaechi”
In this episode, I sat down with Siddarth Sharma. Sid was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2015, rode the London to Paris bike ride in 2016 and will be doing the Ride across America at the beginning of June (From New York to San Francisco).
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Why is Sid doing this challenge?
- What are some upheavals Sid thinks he will face?
- How has Sis gone about preparing himself for the heat?
- Do you use urinary testing to see what your hydration is like?
- What mental state did it put you in when your doctor said you couldn’t do sport anymore?
- Being able to analysis the lingo
- His diet vs a common weight loss regime (40/40/20)
- Type 1 diabetes and sports drinks
- What is Sid’s take on the sugar tax?
Continue reading “Mind Set Game #13: Type 1 diabetes ride across America with Siddarth Sharma”
In this episode of the Mind Set Game Podcast, I sat down with Dave Readle who was one of the psychologists for British Cycling. Before going to work for British Cycling, Dave was shot putter but due to injury he had to give it up and became a PE teacher.
During his time as a 20 stone shot putter, Dave went to University in the USA competing against the likes of Carl Myerscough, Myles Hoffa and Christian Cantwell. Unfortunately, Dave ruptured his pectoral muscle off the bone at the trials for the Manchester Commonwealth Games 2002.
Dave meet Dr Steve Peters author of the Chimp Paradox at the Manchester Velodrome one Friday evening after school while during some athletics training and has Dave was moaning about his teaching job was told: ‘This is something you will do for the rest of your life’. Dave asked how he could get into working in elite sport.
Psychologist of British cycling at London 2012 and competed at Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014. Continue reading “Mind Set Game #11: Dream Big with Dave Readle”