In November 2016 David Labouchere was our speaker at InnerTalks 13. He had the audience gripped with his story, his honesty and the way he delivered both. David spoke on the topic of energy and there is so much to learn from his experiences and this show. David spoke about:
-Living until he will be 108
-Real life war stories
-Time frames for goals
-Becoming the oldest world Ironman champion
We last had Brian Keane on the show a year ago in show number 436 when we talked about "The power of persistence.” Since then Brian has taken on an immense challenge of a Ultra Marathon in the Arctic! IN this show he tells us all about his experience:
-Controlling the controllables
-Not having a plan B
-Being in snow to hip height
-A changing relationship with pain
Marcus is no stranger to extreme running challenges but even for him the 250km Ultra X Sri Lanka served up some challenges. This 5 day event made it’s way through some brutal parts of the Sri Lankan jungle and Marcus shares his story with us in this show:
-A race of controlling your body temp
-Drawing on various sources of energy
-Racing a “multistage"
-Embracing the situation you are in
Some of you may remember the name Jamie Sparks from episode 506 when we spoke to him and Sam about Ultra X. This time Jamie is on his own as he has quite an incredible story to share about his rowing antics and the things he has learnt from them including:
-Feeling most alive on the edge
-6 world records to his name
-Saying yes to things
We are back with another story from the Sahara in this the 18th version of InnerTalks. This year we trained 4 guys to run the famous Marathons Des Sables and in InnerTalks Marcus hosted them on stage as they discussed:
-Why run this race
-This was not the beginning, it’s just the start
-The long day
-A world of disconnection
Heidi is an integrated health coach based in Dubai and this show is loaded with value as we learn more about her own journey which took her into the health coaching industry as we talk:
-Looking for something more
-Having a beginners mindset
-"Even better if"
Welcome to our 4th and final episode in this series on Getting Stronger. We trust that the first 3 shows have helped you out which has landed you here on the final episode where we address “eating”…everyones favorite part of the process right?
- How much do you need to eat
- Eating for recovery
- Times of meals
- Types of food for maximum effect
On January 18th 2019 Big Rossi walked into InnerFight weighing 113kg and declared that he wanted to change his life. He had an aggressive timeline of dropping over 10kg by Red Fest which given that was in 5 weeks was a big ask. He went to work and the weight started to drop off. In 3 days time he will run the London Marathon. This show is his story so far as we talk
-Being a big lad!
-In need of a lifestyle change
-Doing it for the family
-Nerves about London Marathon
Welcome to episode 3 of our 4 part series on Getting Stronger. In episode 1 we talked about definitions and strength, we then went on to discuss various strength protocols in episode 2. We now get a bit more specific as we talk about how we approach strength at InnerFight:
-How we do things
-Class programming approach
Whilst on holiday in Dubai Peter took time out of his break with the family to chat to us on the show. He has recently retired from a 20 year professional rugby career, has never had an operation and is in exceptional shape. This show is full of energy and some sound advice from a man with a wealth of experience.
-"Give me a reason not to drop you"
-Everyone wants to win
-Becoming the 24 hour athlete
-Work hard on what you are good at