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Talking Performance was collaboration with Jay Carter & David Galbraith where they had guests on discussed the world and their views with them. Now Jay is flying solo and each Monday night at 8pm live on Facebook he interviews a guest to bring their story to the community and share some of their experiences in an effort to help us all grow.

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Talking Performance was collaboration with Jay Carter & David Galbraith where they had guests on discussed the world and their views with them. Now Jay is flying solo and each Monday night at 8pm live on Facebook he interviews a guest to bring their story to the community and share some of their experiences in an effort to help us all grow.

    Alex McKenzie Episode 77 - Talking Performance

    Alex McKenzie Episode 77 - Talking Performance

    Tonight I am joined by Alex McKenzie, Alex has been involved in high performance sport for over 25 years in numerous capacities. After graduating from the University of Otago with degrees in Physical Education and Anthropology, Alex went on to complete a master’s degree and PhD in Sport Psychology from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada.

    Upon returning to New Zealand he spent ten years as a lecturer in sport psychology at Otago University, during which time he worked with numerous high-performance athletes and teams as a mental skills consultant.

    In 2008 Alex was asked to lead the development of the newly established Coach Accelerator Programme for High Performance Sport New Zealand and was the Manager of that programme until April 2018. 

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Ian Renshaw Episode 76 - Talking Performance

    Ian Renshaw Episode 76 - Talking Performance

    In this episode I talk to Associate Professor at Queensland University of Technology Ian Renshaw.

    Ian is one of the leading figures in the constraints led approach to coaching and speaks to us about how he brings this to life as both a coach and on himself with his journey teaching himself how to play golf using these methods

    Ian has some exciting projects coming up including a website (still under construction) called "the constraints collective" and they can already be found on Twitter and also a project called "Swing like Tiger",  I'm pretty excited about both of these things,

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    Russell (Rusty) Earnshaw Episode 75 - Talking Performance

    Russell (Rusty) Earnshaw Episode 75 - Talking Performance

    This week I am joined by Russell (Rusty) Earnshaw who is a former professional rugby player, coach, teacher and now a coach developer and the host of a great podcast called the Magic Academy.

    In this chat we talk about Rusty's journey and how it has shaped his thinking now as a coach developer and how he breaks rules and likes to be a disruptor. I really enjoyed this chat with Rusty and it has given me a lot to think about in my own coaching and the influence may or may not be having.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Kylie Wilson Episode 74 - Talking Performance

    Kylie Wilson Episode 74 - Talking Performance

    This week I am joined by Kylie Wilson, Kylie is "Head of Performance Psychology" at High Performance Sport New Zealand. 

    Kylie completed her PhD in Wales while also playing over 50 tests for the Welsh Rugby Team and has worked in a variety of sports from Gymnastics to Rugby and has supported our NZ teams at a number of Olympic Games.

    In this chat we talk about Kylie's journey, the difference between HP sport and other sport, the demands on young athletes and how we can best support them, I really enjoyed this chat and would love to get Kylie back on for round two as there is so much more I would love to know. 

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Andy Rogers Episode 73 - Talking Performance

    Andy Rogers Episode 73 - Talking Performance

    This week I am joined by Andy Rogers from Sport New Zealand. Andy has been in coaching and coach development for over 30 years and brings a lot to this chat.

    Andy's values are closely aligned with those of Balance is Better and he does a wonderful job of outlining this and how we as coaches, parents or just supporters can bring it to life.

    Andy is going to share a couple of resources which I will put up on the Facebook Page so head over there if you want to learn more about some of his concepts. 

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Mike Rogers Episode 72 - Talking Performance

    Mike Rogers Episode 72 - Talking Performance

    This week I am joined by Mike Rogers, a local rugby coach who has done it the hard way. Mike doesn't have a professional playing background, he has made his way up through the grades, initially coaching club rugby, before coaching representative age group teams and from there moving on to be part of the Bay of Plenty Steamers coaching group in 2019 and 2020.

    Despite success with the Bay he was unable to maintain his role and this year turned his attention to being assistant coach with Waikato Women's Team who won the national championship for the first time in their history. 

    Mike speaks openly and candidly about what he thinks we need to do in order to best support coaches and what he believes to be most important in coaching and coach development. 

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