On this episode of the podcast I sat down for a conversation with Jack Regan, of the Highlanders, to talk about his experience of rugby in New Zealand, playing with Aaron Smith, doing the Haka, scrapping with Joe Moody and his love for the GAA.
For this edition of the podcast, I sat down for a conversation with Rouen and Canada Rugby player Shane O'Leary. We talked about life in France, playing in a Rugby World Cup, winning the Pro12 with Connacht, concussion protocols, baldness and a whole lot more.
Olie and myself had a thought-provoking conversation about youth coaching, athlete monitoring systems, problems in the fitness industry and the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on people's health across the world.
Myself and Shane Storey sat down to talk about his new life in Spain, powerlifting training during lockdown, his transition to online coaching, current issues in the Health and Fitness industry, as well as his new podcast.
A very insightful conversation about AFL and mental health with Dublin GAA star, Lauren Magee. We talk about her transition from gaelic football to AFL, how she's getting on in Oz and she opens up about her family's experiences with the mental health services in Ireland, during the pandemic.
This conversation is with my former work colleague, David Ooi. David is a black belt in jiu-jitsu and judo, who came away victorious from his match at the Singapore Grappling Invitational last week. We talk about winning that match, receiving his black belt and a lot of less serious topics, including who would win in a fight between a gorilla or a grizzly bear.
A fantastic chat with Coach Sam Portland covering the topics of change of direction for team sport athletes, strategies for developing the coach-athlete relationship and the barriers to the growth of the S&C coaching industry.