An honest insight into the life and mindset of an athlete with a dream and ambition to run for his country over the marathon whilst still growing a successful business and having a family.
I also bring on some of the world's best athletes and really get you to see the mindset of what it takes to be successful in sport and life, these aren't just interviews these are deep conversations on how to unlock your potential and provoke, educate, empower you to discover your best self and live the life you set out to accomplish.
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To be at your best you must be consistent with your training. That means showing up even when you don't feel like it. Putting in the work before or after work and making a commitment to yourself that you will get it done.Being consistent with your training will allow you to get closer to your physiological potential and reap the rewards of the work you've done day in and day out over a period of months and years.No athlete has ever got to the top without being consistent in their training.
Talking Tendons, Plorotherapy/PRP Injections & Recovery
Hey Guys,Today we chat about undergoing PRP, Plorotherapy, injections. What is it? What it does? How to recover properly from it?Also, little golden nuggets on how to rebuild the injured tendon and new returning to running protocol.
The Art of Tempo Running - Improve Your Marathon Best
The art of tempo running is a sweet science that I feel a lot of people overlook. Athlete's talk about a certain pace instead of asking the question, "Did I stay in the right heart rate zone?"Do you want to improve you 5km to marathon personal bests? Then listen to the stories I share and the high calibre athlete's I have trained with that take tempo running seriously and don't run a tempo session without their heart rate monitor✘ I N S T A G R A M: @sean.fontana✘ W E B S I T E: https://fontanafit.co.uk✘ F A C E B O O K: facebook.com/FontanaFitPersonalTraining✘ Y O U T U B E - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCevQvK0fa8Jf1He3GB9vSCg📩 C O N T A C T (business inquiries): email@example.com
The Sean Fontana Podcast Q&A - Talking All Things Running
In today's podcast we take a different approach. Today I answer a good few questions from the listeners of the podcast.These range from what is my weekly mileage to how to train for a 10km race.I hope you find this beneficial and insightful to use towards your own training.✘ I N S T A G R A M: @sean.fontana✘ W E B S I T E: https://fontanafit.co.uk✘ F A C E B O O K: facebook.com/FontanaFitPersonalTraining📩 C O N T A C T (business inquiries): firstname.lastname@example.orgLike, Comment, Share and Subscribe!
The Unconquerable Mindset with Josh Trigwell
We're back with another belter of a podcast with the man himself Mr Josh Trigwell.Today's podcast is a deep one, we dive into why we do what we do as athletes and businessmen. What drives us, what motivates us to get up in the morning before our alarm clock goes off?We talk about how to cope through the tough times of lockdown through COVID. Not just as an athlete but as a human being striving for greatness in all facets of life.I hope you can pull from some of the things we talk about and implement some of these tips, tactics and thoughts we share, on the podcast, into your life to become a better version of yourself.Always a pleasure to have Josh on the podcast. If you would like to follow Josh's journey in athletics and business, you can follow him here - https://www.instagram.com/jrtruncoach/
Chris O'Hare - How Elite Level Athletes Cope with Injuries
Chris O'Hare, Adidas & Xendurance professional athlete, husband and father of two boys takes us on a journey through his major surgery, why he decided to go through with the surgery and how he is coping through the rehab process.We also take a deeper look into O'Hare's positive approach towards his recovery and his athletics as a whole. Chris speaks about not having his whole identity wrapped up in athletics and his running. How he can detach himself from his profession and still enjoy life outside of running with his wife, Meredith, and two boys, Ronan & Riley.We also explore ways in which busy parents like Chris, finds ways to exercise even being a father of two boys. Understanding that structure and teamwork are important ingredients to allow Chris to keep up his high level training and rehab.This is a great podcast to help you understand that even the elite level athletes go through adversity but it's in how you fight through it and come out the other side a smarter and stronger athlete.
Thanks for sharing your journey and bringing some amazing interviews too Sean, currently top of my list of Podcasts that I look forward to each week, keep up the good work 👊🏻