The Great British Bake Off has returned to our TV screens and it’s strangely compelling mixture of comedy, drama, cooking and competition has consistently captured the public’s imagination as essential […]
I was at an event recently and was stunned at times by the amount of rubbish being spouted. I was even more stunned that this nonsense appeared to be accepted […]
This weeks blog comes from Sophie Radcliffe, a PlanetK2 athlete ambassador. Sophie is an adventurer who inspires people by taking on remarkable challenges but she’s also a brand ambassador, blogger and writer and this week she shares her story on how she manages stress.
Training for physical and mental readiness
David, Dan, Dock, Aaron - a.k.a. Team LifeReady - talk to us about their training for the AIDS Lifecycle 2018 event - 545 miles, cycling from San Francisco to LA. Thats a lot of training to be done!
David, Dan, Dock, Aaron - a.k.a. Team LifeReady - talk to us about their coaching with Matt Barker and using The Performance Room to help them think, prepare and perform like elite athletes and get ready for their ultimate human performance challenge this year - cycling the AIDS Lifecycle 2018 event - 545 miles, cycling from San Francisco to LA.
David, Dan, Dock, Aaron – a.k.a. Team LifeReady – talk to us At PlanetK2, we’ve got the privilege of working with Team LifeReady, helping them think, prepare and perform like […]
David, Dan, Dock, Aaron - a.k.a. Team LifeReady share with us their 'why' - their reasons for challenging themselves and training so hard for the AIDS Lifecycle 2018 event - 545 miles, cycling from San Francisco to LA. Thats a lot of training to be done!
David, Dan, Dock, Aaron - a.k.a. Team LifeReady - talk to us. Get to know who they are and what they do for day jobs. The team are training hard and metally preparing for AIDS Lifecycle 2018 - a complete human performance event - 545 miles, cycling from San Francisco to LA. They will be ready!
Some of us hit the start of a new year thinking about New Year resolutions, the ones we made (and gave up on half way through the year?), the ones […]
’The hardest part is starting it’’. That was the best piece of advice I received before signing up for a course of study in addition to my full-time job. Useful advice at a time when I was reticent about starting a study programme which I hoped would be beneficial to my career, development and intellectual capacity, but had fears about it impacting on my job and ultimately my life.
One of our customers gifted us some surprise feedback last week. It was an extra surprise because they didn't tell us they were collating the feedback.
Some of our richest learning can come from experiencing how others do things. I’m fortunate to have learned a lot from being taught, coached and led by some terrific people.