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#180. Inside the Gold Coast Titans this season with Dale Copley
This week we talk to Dale Copley from the Gold Coast Titans. Dale Copley has been in the NRL since 2009 and joined the Titans in 2017. Dale chats to us about all things both on and off the field. From training and recovering from injury to how COVID19 has affected the game.
What most people probably don’t know about Dale is that off the field, he is studying for a degree in Bachelor of Law and is involved in countless community projects. Dale tells us about how he is balancing all of his commitments, as well as his hopes for the future of the game, and his long-term career.
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#179. The current state of the fitness industry with the Australian Institute of Fitness
This week we talk to Mission Commander at the Australian Institute of Sport, Simon Mager, and Kate Kraschnefski about all things health, fitness, and education.
Hear us talk about what is happening in the fitness industry as a result of COVID-19 and the changes we are seeing that is making upskilling and development essential to thrive. As the largest fitness training organisation in Australia, their insights give us some incredible insights into the future shape of the industry and its resilience.
Are you interested in a rewarding career in the fitness industry? Find out more here https://fitness.edu.au/
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#178. What kind of leader are you with Dr. Craig Duncan
Dr Craig Duncan is one of Australia’s leading sports and human performance scientists who takes an innovative and holistic approach to all he does.
This week we talk about what it means to be a true leader, what really is a leader, and what to look for when you are trying to recruit a leader.
Craig’s new book - Self-Science, A Study of You, By You, is out now – find it here https://www.the100xproject.com/product-page/self-science-a-study-of-you-by-you
You can hear more from Craig on the Dr Craig Duncan Podcast
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#177. How to make bad habits difficult and good habits easy with Luke Mathers
Author of Stress Teflon talks to us about how contrary to what you may think, stress isn’t actually a bad thing but it’s about using your stress to do good and optimise your performance and learning to bring your stress back down to a state of equilibrium again when you need to.
In today’s podcast Luke talks to us about friction in our environment, how to make bad habits difficult, and good habits easy. From your performance in a corporate environment to achieve the results you truly want from your summer shred challenge, Luke gives us some easy to apply tools that can benefit anyone.
You can find Luke’s book here https://lukemathers.com.au/
Get in touch with Luke at firstname.lastname@example.org
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#176. Women’s Health Essentials with Nutritionist Tatiana Marinho
This week we talk to Body Science Nutritionist and dedicated endurance athlete Tatiana Marinho.
Talking all things women's health, Tatiana gives us some essential insights and key nutrition tips for optimal women's health. From looking after your stress levels and how cortisol could contribute to your weight loss to what you can eat every day to improve your overall health and wellness.
Are you on the Gold Coast and would like to book a consultation with Tatiana? Visit Ferry Road Physio https://www.ferryrdphysio.com.au/functional-nutrition/
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B.P.H. Nutrition - Griffith University
Master of Nutrition & Dietetics – Current
Functional Medicine (Post-grad) – Functional Medicine University (USA)
#175. Suicide Prevention and Building Mental Resilience with Clint Adams
Last week on World Suicide Prevention Day we had the pleasure of podcasting with Clint Adams, a former police officer who studied psychology and later, rehabilitation. Clint's police, injury management, senior HR roles, and working with asylum seekers have made him develop insights into the psychology and social interactions of individuals in trying conditions. He has developed various behavioural and leadership programs to help people deal with various issues from PTSD to bullying and harassment.Clint's book, Lighting The Blue Flame, was published earlier this year – you can find it here on Amazon https://www.amazon.com.au/Lighting-Blue-Flame-Clint-Adams/dp/1528913973 How Body Science is contributing to suicide prevention in Australia?In September, Body Science will share $1 from every online sale in support of the Black Dog Institutes Mullets For Mental Health. On behalf of the team at Body Science, Founder and Owner Greg Young will be supporting Mullets For Mental Health by growing his own lush mullet. The Meaning Behind The Mullet Suicide is the leading cause of death among Australians aged 15-44, and 60% of Australians reporting symptoms of mental illness don’t seek help. But together we can turn things around by funding mental health research, education, and innovation.By taking on the mullet challenge, you are raising vital funds for research and education projects. You're also sparking conversations about the things we can do to support each other's mental health during a time of needIf you can contribute in ANY way please follow the below link to Greg Young Black Dog Institutes Official Fundraising Page https://www.teamblackdog.org.au/fundraisers/gregyoung Find Clint on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/clint-adams-40703724/?originalSubdomain=auFollow Body Science on IG at @bodyscienceor visit our website www.bodyscience.com.au