We touched on everything from coaching biases, nutritional myths and philosophies, and how, even though science is incredibly important, it isn’t completely infallible, and that it’s important to develop our own compass especially when it comes to nutrition and training. Enjoy!
Welcome to episode 9 of the Bulldog Gear Podcast. Today we are joined by Emma Hackett of Limitless Coaching. Emma is a leading mental performance coach, working with elite athletes, from Olympians to podium CrossFit athletes, to business people in order to help them achieve their peak potential.
In this episode we spoke about everything from mindfulness, knowing yourself, training your mind like a muscle, and how to view setbacks as nothing more than feedback. Actionable takeaways are plentiful in this episode, especially during these current Covid-19 times - where we’re all spinning a lot of plates.
Today we are joined by a former rugby player, gym owner, paragon of authenticity, and we would be remiss if we didn’t say all-round jacked dude - Ollie Marchon.
We touched on everything from training to leadership to nutrition, with Ollie delivering some absolutely killer insights, as well as some pretty impressive takeaway messages. As ever, enjoy!
What follows is a conversation between two friends, dipping in and out of the questions, and just generally waxing lyrical on training, nutrition and maybe life in general. We hope you enjoy.
We spoke about all things OCR training, training in lockdown, and why we both think that, ultimately, training for an OCR might be the funnest and most well-rounded way to train - ever! An absolute ton of actionable take-aways from Jade in this week’s podcast, enjoy.
Pro Ironman 70.3 champion, 3 times European elite championship bronze medallist and multi-ultramarathon winner up to 100 miles - Alice Hector’s extensive knowledge of competitive endurance racing is indisputable.
Whilst Triathlons and Ultra Running have their similarities, they also have their stark differences - so how did her training differ between the two sports? Alice’s transition was both humbling, rewarding, and informative.
Today we are joined by Logan Gelbrich. Logan is the owner of Deuce Gyms, the author of the book ‘Going Right: A Logical Justification for Pursuing Your Dreams’, and a pretty cool thought-provoking dude.
We have a great conversation, some of which is pretty timely, profound and, again, thought provoking for gym owners and people in the fitness space during this current climate. Enjoy.