Make time for rest & recovery, to sustain high performance
I love my job and I love working hard at it. Most days it doesn’t feel like work and no two days are the same, bringing variety and change to my life on a weekly basis. I’m an athlete, blogger and motivational speaker. I built my own business from scratch over the last four years, turning an idea into a platform that reaches 1.2 million people globally every month.
Seven high performance secrets to putting some Spring in your step
It’s spring time here in the UK. It’s a stupendous and productive time. The grasses are growing, the leaves sprouting on the trees, the flowers blossoming, the land turning from brown into a huge variety of colours. You can almost see it changing in front of you. The amount of energy apparent at this time is extraordinary.
It's sleep week!
It’s Sleep Week on BBC Radio 5 this week, and we thought we’d celebrate with a blog about sleep and performance. There’s been lots of science on sleep and the impact it has on a range of physical and mental performance parameters. But how, in reality, does sleep influence the performance of you, our readers and customers?
Can you keep it up?
For many Christmas and New Year is a time for rest. Phew! Thank goodness for that. If you feel like you’re working harder than ever maybe you need one. And if you think 2017 is going to be harder again then you’d better get a plan in place for keeping it up.
Performing in challenging conditions – a different take
This week’s blog comes from Simon Chodziesner, a K2 performance coach based in Melbourne, Australia. He shares how he’s using the performance readiness concept to help him prepare for one of the biggest challenges of his life.
Rio 2016 Paralympics: Rest. Recover. Review. Go again. Better never stops.
Our very own Katherine Bond (almost) live after Rio Paralympics 2016 closing ceremony and one of Paralympics GB's best ever performances! Katherine shares with us the final stages of her work with Paralympic athletes of the future in Rio, in her leadership of the Paralympic Inspiration Programme (PIP) this week.