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061 – Nick Bottini – Demystifying the Genius in Performance

By |April 11th, 2019|Categories: Podcasts|

So what accounts for the so-called genius in people, and does everyone have it? Why are some people brilliant at certain things while others can only dream of acquiring the [...]

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060 – Freeing the Athlete’s Mind – The Route to Enhanced Performance

By |April 11th, 2019|Categories: Podcasts|

 A full-length feature show, with Andy Winter, Denise Holland and contributions from special guests Barbara Jordan, and Declan Stout. A conversation which demystifies the so-called, 'Performance Zone' state that [...]

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059 – Andy Winter – Teaching a New Dimension in Sport (Pt 3/3)

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So what is this new understanding that has elite athletes head in an entirely new direction of, performing from a place of enjoyment, love, and exploration, rather than the chasing [...]

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058 – Andy Winter – The Power in Letting Go! (Pt 2/2)

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 We wouldn't dream to control the shape of the waves, so how is it we think we can dictate human performances which is another act of nature? What's possible [...]

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057 – Andy Winter – The Power in Letting Go! (Pt 1/2)

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Andy Winter and Denise Holland, both sports professionals, for over twenty years, share how their sports coaching has changed since coming across this understanding of, how the human mind works [...]

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056 – Memory – A Gift or a Curse in Sports Performance (Pt 2/2)

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A unique style we could call performance meditation, Denise takes you to the spaciousness before the creation of memory, your true nature/Self, that place of pure creative potential – of [...]

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055 – Memory – A Gift or a Curse in Sports Performance (Pt 1/2)

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The human memory system, a brilliant part of the human mind (not brain), continues to the subject of scientific research to find clues as to why people behave the way [...]

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054 Michael Neill – Discipline – Buy-In v Compliance (Pt 5/5)

By |April 11th, 2019|Categories: Podcasts|

 Joe Marler Professional Rugby player was recently shown a red card during a Harlequins Premiership match, which left him unavailable for national selection. When hormones go crazy in the [...]

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053 – Michael Neill – Goal Setting, Helpful or Not? (Pt 4/5)

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 Michael Neill shares the distinction between setting goals as a course of direction, to inform your work together rather than something to put pressure on yourself, with consequences for [...]

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052 – Michael Neill – Pressure is an Inside Job (Pt 3/5)

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Michael Neill talks with Denise Holland about pressure? How is it sportspeople often comment that they need to feel under pressure to be able to perform well? What's going on [...]

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#thisisnetball #NetballWorldCup2019 Great game tonight by the #EnglandRoses-A strong start took them over the line convincingly. Huge Congrats to @Coach_Plum and the #SAProteas rising to top 4!Would love to hear the commentary reflect this history and respect a world class coach!

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