This episode of the podcast is with Irish para-rower, PR2 national champion and 2019 World Bronze Medalist, Katie O'Brien.
We talk about her intense training schedule, her experiences at the National and World Championships, the Paralympics, her professional life as a veterinarian and her experiences growing up with Spina Bifida.
This episode of the podcast is a conversation with Strength and Conditioning coach and former Olympic race-walker, Colin Griffin.
Colin operates out of Santry Sports Surgery Clinic and is currently completing is PhD in Achilles Tendinopathy rehabilitation, under the tutelage of JB Morin. We had an in-depth discussion on the mechanisms of injury of Achilles tendinopathy, as well as his treatment and assessment methods...
This episode of the podcast is with Dublin inter-county footballer and best-selling author, Shane Carthy.
We had a great chat about his beloved Manchester United, losing out in an All-Ireland semi-final to Mayo, his aspirations for next season, the release of his best-selling autobiography and a frank discussion about mental health in general.
This is quite a deep one so I hope someone can take something useful from it...
In a series that came down to the wire, there can only be one winner. In this episode of the podcast, I go over the major talking points from the final test of the Lions tour, as well as my own reflections on the tour as a whole.
Episode 33 of The Petey Performance Podcast is with S&C coach and all around businessman, Billy O'Regan.
We chat all things coaching, S&C, internships, robustness, sandbag carries and switching off. We even found time to preview the 3rd test between British & Irish Lions and the Springboks, from the comfort of our armchairs.
A short review of the spicy encounter between the Springboks and the B&I Lions in Test Week 2. I talk about the styles of play brought from both teams and the lack of discipline from both the players and coaching staff, before previewing the upcoming Test 3 decider.