Sports stars talk to Charlie Webster about their mindset and mental health in open and honest conversations. Everyone struggles sometimes, you're not alone.
My Sporting Mind...with Eric Dier
Tottenham and England defender Eric Dier kicks off season two, as he talks to Charlie about his journey and mindset in football.
Eric takes us back to growing up in Portugal, explains the challenges he faced when moving to play in England, and discusses how he approaches playing in the Premier League and for the national team.
He also reveals what it was like to cope through his appendicitis, how yoga helps his body and mind - and shares his advice for a healthy mentality.
Season two is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com - providing sporting opinion, debate and analysis for over 160 years.
My Sporting Mind...with Anthony Watson
England and Bath rugby player Anthony Watson talks to Charlie about how he's grown his mindset during his career.
Anthony explains how he got through his Achilles injury - with help from his Dad - and describes how he handles periods of nerves and doubt.
He also outlines the importance and benefit of preparation - in sport and life - to help with a healthy mentality.
Season 2 is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com, ahead of the rest with 160 years of sporting knowledge and integrity.
My Sporting Mind...with Jonny May
England and Gloucester rugby player Jonny May talks to Charlie about his relentless mindset.
Regarded as one of the quickest and best wingers in world rugby, Jonny describes his mentality behind the incredible tries we see him score for club and country.
Jonny explains why he's trying to be 'comfortable with being uncomfortable', talks about the value of acceptance, and why he believes it's healthier to choose 'persistence over perfection'.
Season 2 is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com, ahead of the rest when it comes to unbiased opinion and sports analysis.
My Sporting Mind...with Morgan Lake
British Olympic high jumper Morgan Lake talks to Charlie about how she's coping through the uncertainty of this pandemic.
Morgan describes the mental strategies she uses to try to adjust to the cancellation of several events, and how she prepares for competitions - including the use of visualisation.
A rising star in the British team, Morgan also explains what she learnt from a frustrating World Championships in Doha in 2019, and discusses her mentality for the Tokyo Olympics.
Season 2 is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com - providing sporting opinion, debate and analysis for over 160 years.
My Sporting Mind...with Oisin Murphy
Champion flat jockey Oisin Murphy opens up to Charlie about how he's coping with his three-month racing ban.
Oisin - who was given his ban for testing positive for cocaine - explains how it's effected him, and describes the key moments which have helped him get through.
In a compelling conversation, Oisin talks about his struggles with sleep, how counselling sessions have helped - and shares his hopes for the future.
Season 2 is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com, the home of expert analysis and insight for racing, and your home for the Cheltenham Festival.
My Sporting Mind...with Moe Sbihi
British Olympic gold medal-winning rower Moe Sbihi talks to Charlie about how he's preparing for Tokyo without his long-term coach Jurgen Grobler.
Moe explains the mental impact of the departure of Grobler - who's regarded as the 'Sir Alex Ferguson of rowing' - after he stood down as British Rowing head coach last summer.
Moe describes his mentality in the sport, why winning gold at the Rio Games was 'the biggest handbrake on his performance', and discusses how he gets through really tough days.
Season 2 is proudly supported by Sportinglife.com, expert insight, passionate opinion and in-depth analysis for the sports you love - all for free.
Absolutely loved the series Charlie, great insight and so relatable whether your a sportsman or a parent just dealing with life. Can’t wait for series 2 👏
Brilliant range of guests with varied stories. Justin Langer is WOW. Charlie’s great, makes the conversations flow so well. Highly recommend this!
I only come across this podcast to listen to the Paul Warne episode. I will be binging on the rest of catalogue within the next week.
Great show, flows well and easy and real interesting insight to the hard work and detail behind the scenes.