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Parents in Sport: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below.  Early disclaimer/spoiler alert: I’m not a parent. Nor do I plan to be right now. This article is going to be a viewpoint from having been parented myself and now dealing...

The Power of Negative Visualisation

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below.Visualization has been given a lot of names over time. It's been sometimes colloquially referred to as mental imagery, seeing in the mind’s eye, hearing in the head and...

How to Take Negative Feedback

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below.Managing negative feedback is one thing that even the best of us have struggled with in the past. Even though we’re all working towards improving on how we respond to...

3 Questions to Ask Yourself to Keep Improving

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below.One way that we can remain competitive and on track is by measuring how far we’ve gone with our goals and aspirations. Today, I will be writing on questions that you can...

How to Overcome Self Doubt

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below. I've been riddled with his recently. With the release of the Sport Yogi. The thoughts of 'will it work', 'will people like it', 'is it any good'. All of these flying into...

How Meditation Builds a Stronger Mind in Sport

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below.Ultimately meditation (or mindfulness) is about being in the present moment. Removing the idea of ourselves, or even the notion of getting ourselves out of the way. This...

3 ways to build Mental Strength

Don't want to read? Easy. Listen this episode below. Welcome to MindStrong Monday. Where each Monday I will be bringing to you tips, tools, strategies and stories that you can use to build your mental strength, overcome your...

Latest Podcasts

#112 – Dan Jansen | Never Give Up

Dan Jansen is a former Olympic champion and world record holder in speed skating. One of the most inspiring stories in Olympic history, he shares his dealing with grief, seeking a sports psychologist, and his Olympic journey in the 500-m sprint.Listen to the episode...

#111 – Finding and Owning Your Strengths

Lewis talks about finding and owning your strengths, he gives advice on honing your own unique strength and skills and what we can learn from the Thai soccer team during the Tham Luang Cave Rescue back in 2018.Listen to the episode Subscribe on Follow Lewis...

#110 – Nicole Snell | Combatting Conflict

Nicole Snell is the owner and CEO of Girls Fight Back, a personal self-defense, safety, and empowerment company for women and marginalized communities. Nicole shares her knowledge on managing conflict, ego, and masculinity. She talks about how we can be more...

#109 – Best bits of 2021

Here are just a selection of some of the best bits in 2021 from the podcastListen to the episode Subscribe on Follow Lewis tiktoktwitterinstagramThis episode at a glance [3:49] Travis Head [7:50] Brooke Neal [11:05] Dr Jim Taylor [14:48] Dale Steyn [17:15] Helen...

#108 – Jim Loehr | Leading with Character

Dr. Jim Loehr is a world renowned performance psychologist who has worked with top performers in sport, business, medicine and law enforcement including 17 number one athletes, Fortune 100 executives, FBI Hostage Rescue Teams, and military Special Forces. His...

#107 – Jodie Williams | Being Kinder to Yourself

Jodie Williams is a British sprinter specializing in 100, 200, and 400 meters and has participated in the 2016 Rio and 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Jodie shares her athletic journey throughout the years, from training in 100- and 200-meter sprints, her experience with...

#106 – James Kerr | Meaning of Team Culture

James Kerr is the author of the popular book “Legacy” which is all about his time spent learning off the New Zealand All Blacks, one of the most successful teams in history. Lewis and James talk about what we can learn from teams across different kinds of sports:...

#105 – Dr Jim Taylor | Building Your Mental Training

Dr. Jim Taylor is an internationally recognised sports psychologist who works with Olympic and world championship medalists, junior elite athletes, and other professionals across many different sports. Formerly, he was a world ranked alpine ski racer. Currently, Jim...

#104 – Hugo Hammond | Staying True to Who You Are

Hugo Hammond and England Physical Disability Cricketer and was a contestant on the reality TV show, Love Island. Lewis and Hugo talk about Hugo’s family, his love for cricket, and his experience in the villas of Love Island. The talk about his goal of staying true to...

#103 – Goals vs Expectations

Lewis discusses goal setting and the role of mindfulness in managing motivations and expectations.Listen to the episode Subscribe on Follow Lewis instagramtwitterThis episode at a glance [01:07] How to set goals [03:34] External vs internal motivation [06:50] Focus on...

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