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All the knowledge you need to build better habits and achieve your goals Is covered in this podcast. Host Ian Warner (@IanWarner310) went to the 2012 Olympics and is passionate about helping you build habits that can take your life to the next level. Every day there will be a short podcast talking about a different habit. All of these habits add up to create the success you seek in life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/habits/support
 
Broadcasting from the heart of Amsterdam since 2012, DHA has evolved from the deeper side of the musical spectrum into a platform for all things electronic. We convert new audiences and reinforce old ones through carefully curated music and editorial selections, remaining one of the most engaging and informative platforms today. DHA is internationally known, but locally felt, offering content meant to inform, discover, and highlight. Check us out on:
 
A podcast covering kettlebell sport, weightlifting, nutrition, lifestyle, and sport management. The show takes its name from Ballistic Strength Nanaimo Kettlebell Club and Performance Center - the home of the Nanaimo Kettlebell Club. It's head coach and the host of the show is Solomon Macys. Solomon is a certified kettlebell instructor who has competed in kettlebell sport since 2012. He has competed for Team Canada in both 2015 and 2017, winning a bronze medal at the IUKL World Championships ...
 
Get on board! Team Dorset is all about helping Dorset benefit from hosting the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Weymouth & Portland and leaving a real significant legacy. What we do together before, during and beyond 2012 will shape our future. The run up to 2012 are undeniably dynamic times for Dorset - at Team Dorset we want life in our County to improve and progress for years to come. The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a ‘once-in-a-life-time' opportunity to boost improvement an ...
 
We're going to take you into the world of elite sport and give you a real insight in to what it's like to step over the white line and compete against the best. The athletes, the coaches, the support staff. So who are we? Ellen White is a footballer with Manchester City and England. Ellen's got three world cups to her name and his England's leading all-time goal scorer in that competition. Richard Whitehead MBE is a double gold winning athlete at the Paralympics, including a memorable day at ...
 
The Physical Performance Show exists to inspire people to achieve their physical best performance through candid interviews with the world’s best and most inspiring physical performers. The show's host Physiotherapist, Best selling Author, and accomplished athlete Brad Beer delves into how top physical performers achieve success and the highs and lows of the journey in getting there.
 
In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman Hodges and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic sports.
 
This a show for you, the fans. A New Yorks Mets and Baltimore Ravens interactive talk show for the fans, where you can rant and vent your opinions on everything New York Mets and Baltimore Ravens. Chime in anytime and share your opinions 661-244-9802. Currently since it is NFL season we are exclusively talking Baltimore Ravens and NFL until the start of the 2012 MLB season.
 
Horsetalk with Heather gives horse trainers reason to unite to celebrate the radio show targeted for their listening pleasure! After following the the excitement of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky we will speak professionals in each of the disciplines and find ways for you the listener to learn about these fantastic sports. Dressage, Show Jumping, Endurance, Eventing, ParaDressage, Reining and Driving. Featuring the world class horsetrainers like Robert Dov ...
 
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We sat down with World champion James Magnussen... again. We had already spoken with James before but only got through the first year of his career on the international stage. So this time we covered another couple of years, including the lead-up to the 2012 Olympic Games. After his big breakout at the 2011 World Champs, Maggie says he had no major…
 
We sat down with Olympic champion Leah Smith, who was one of few national teamers who didn't attend a Pro Swim this past weekend. Leah was planning on attending the meet in Irvine, but as that one was canceled she opted to stay home and train. Smith details her last 10 months through the COVID pandemic, including prepping for ISL with Matt Grevers,…
 
As promised, we brought back Aussie legend James Magnussen for part 3 of his swimming story. Maggie brought us through the tail end of his career, post-2013 world champs all the way to the 2016 Olympic Games. Before his shoulder injury in 2014, Magnussen describes his plan for racing as much as he could and how he came to casually drop in-season 47…
 
On this episode, I share with you a conversation I recently had with Gold Coast based ear nose and throat surgeon Dr Dan Robinson on all things navigating nasal obstruction. One in three people experience nasal obstruction. Listen in as Dr Dan Robinson shares around the different types of nasal obstruction, how nasal obstruction presents in both ch…
 
John Moffet is a renaissance man. In the pool he was a 1980 & 1984 Olympian, World Record Holder, World Medalist & Pan Pacific Championships Triple Gold Medalist. Beyond the pool, after graduating from Stanford, he built an impressive career in entertainment winning 3 Primetime Emmy Awards and a list of credits too long to detail here. (Google John…
 
We sat down with world junior champion Jade Hannah. She talked us through her quarantine, which included open water swims in lakes and the ocean, biking and running for hours, and doing dryland workouts at home. Jade also walked us through training at the HPC-Toronto, and what swimming consistently with the likes of Penny Oleksiak, Kylie Masse, and…
 
We sat down with former world-record holder and Aussie breaststroke, Matt Wilson. Wilson took us through what his quarantine has looked like and some of the work that he's been doing in the lead-up to the 2021 Olympic Games. Wilson paces 30.lows in training consistently, indicating that we could see Anton Chupkov's 2:06.1 WR from 2019 go down come …
 
We sat down with Cal breaststroke Ema Rajic, who had a big month of racing in November. After coming right off of the US Open in San Antonio, she went back to Cal for a dual meet with Stanford, where she broke her own school record in the 100 breast and went a lifetime best in the 200 breast. Ema breaks down what her quarantine was like before comi…
 
We sat down with national Jr. team member and #8 ranked recruit in SwimSwam's Class of 2022, Matt Fallon. Fallon competed at the Tigershark Swim Team Santa Claws Classic in Belton, Texas in mid-December, where he went a 53.52 in the 100 breast and 1:52.87 in the 200 breast, the latter putting him at #7 in the 17-18 age group all-time. Fallon explai…
 
James Ellington is one of Britain's finest sprinters. In this chat he's relaxed and brutally honest. And he's got a story to tell! He fell in love with athletics as a toddlers watching on TV. But the real change happened when his mum grounded him for 6 months when he was 12 years old for getting in to trouble with the police. James joined the local…
 
We sat down with national team member Phoebe Bacon, who we saw in action in November at the US Open. At the US Open in Des Moines, racing fellow national-teamer Regan Smith, Bacon dropped a 2:09.16 200 back, 1:00.18 100 back, and 2:16.05 in the 200 IM. Bacon broke down what training at her new home at the University of Wisconsin is like and how she…
 
We sat down with Matt Mauser, the musician who wrote the music for Kobe Bryant's podcast, Punies. Mauser's wife, Christina, coached Bryant's girls basketball team and was in the helicopter crash that took her and Bryant's life. Mauser candidly discusses the effects of losing his wife and enduring a global pandemic while trying to move through his c…
 
Indiana University Head Coach Ray Looze unpacks the 2021 BIG TEN schedule, his plans for NCAAs, and proprioception (the perception of the position and movement of the body). I just call it Mind-Body Connection. Ray calls it the future of the sport and details his proprioception work at IU since 2015. Ray’s team (coaches and elite swimmers) are like…
 
Rory Darkins is a positive psychology academic, mental skills coach to Olympic athletes and the brains behind the What’s Right app. Rory is a regular speaker at global conferences including the World Congress on Positive Psychology. Rory translates the best of the research into practical and easy to understand strategies that anyone can take home a…
 
We sat down with Catherine Breed, an NCAA All-American swimmer from Cal who was always a distance swimmer but now is seriously a distance swimmer. Catherine trains for marathon swims, which typically means swims that are over 20 miles in the ocean. In her most recent swim, the Monterey Bay swim, Breed broke the record for the fastest swim across th…
 
We sat down with Aussie mid-distance ace Elijah Winnington. Winnington made headlines just last month at the Queensland State Championships where he dropped PB's of 3:43 in the 400m free and 1:45 in the 200m free. Winnington was recently in a bit of a funk with his swimming, including during the period when competed at the 2019 US national champion…
 
Matthew Marquardt is a senior on the Princeton swim team. Since the Ivy League canceled winter sports and he lost his season, Matthew decided he needed a new challenge. In fulfillment of a lifetime dream, Matthew is riding his bike across the country. By himself. He is on Day 10 now, and it’s expected to take 23 days total. To meet this time limit,…
 
It is that time of year where we look back at the calendar year, and we review some of the highlights of our Featured Performer Episodes. This year we bring you the TOP 10 most downloaded Featured Performers. Show Sponsor: Endure IQ Whether you’re an athlete or coach, ENDURE IQ aims to empower you with the knowledge, tools, and strategies to optimi…
 
We sat down with Claire Adams, the University of Texas NCAA All-American who announced her retirement from swimming this past summer. Adams discusses her time at Texas and hits on the big learning curve she went through to make her senior season in particular so special. She also delves into her high school days at Carmel Swim Club in Indiana. Spec…
 
So what can we learn from Sir Chris Hoy, MBE? 11 times World Champion, 6 x Olympic Champion. The answer is.. so many things as you'll find out in this fascinating 45 minutes. We learn about his physical and mental approach to becoming a champion. He didn't believe he was world class until his mid-20's, so what changed? It's something that's led him…
 
We sat down with SwimSwam's 2020 Female Swimmer of the Year, Kaylee McKeown. McKeown re-wrote half of the Australian backstroke record book last year, setting new national records in the 100 and 200 backstrokes long course and the 200 backstroke short course. That short course record of 1:58.94 was also the world’s fastest-ever swim in the event, b…
 
We sat down with Baylor Nelson, the #2 recruit in the high school class of 2022. Nelson tells us about his training during quarantine and his love for swimming that has been fostered since a young age. Nelson has had some phenomenal swims recently, most notably his epic battles with fellow North Carolina-native Sam Hoover in the 400 IM and 200 IM. …
 
We sat down with Maxime Rooney, the ISL newbie who made a big impact this season for the LA Current. Maxime breaks down the season in Budapest, detailing the ups and downs of competing in a 6-week bubble. He also shares about his personal day-to-day, including the importance of cooking, which he also documents on his Instagram as "Maxime's Meals". …
 
We sat down with Claudio Battaglini, the coach and father of age-group breakout swimmer Luca Battaglini. Claudio has been a coach of elite athletes for decades, originally training the world's top triathletes in his home of Brazil. He eventually got his Ph.D. and became a teacher and researcher, letting coaching go to the wayside a bit. However, as…
 
We sat down with Jr World and Pan Pac champion, Lani Pallister. Lani is just coming off a very successful short course championships where she broke the Australian record in the 1500. Pallister talks about how her recent move to train with Michael Bohl, along with her mom, has gone thus far and leading into those championships. Pallister has been c…
 
We sat down with Carle Fierro, the head coach of Westchester Aquatic Club. She explained her philosophy on training club swimmers, which might differ from a typical, high-yardage program. Carle has had successful age swimmers at young ages, including current Virginia super-star Kate Douglass and breakout 13-year-old Claire Weinstein. You can check …
 
We sat down with World, NCAA and SEC Champion Zane Waddell. Waddell recently announced his retirement, to the surprise of many, as the Olympic year is around the corner and he seems to be in his prime. Waddell discussed not being able to financially support himself with only swimming and why he wasn't able to make the trip to Budapest to compete in…
 
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