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Once you can train your mind you can train your body and the previously unthinkable becomes reality. InnerFight's Marcus Smith ...

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November 30, 2020 06:18 AM PST

Jani Brajkovič was on the podcast literally one year ago to the day. In that show we dove into Janis incredible cycling career, the highs and some of the lows.

This show is totally different in that Jani talks us through some insane life changes he has gone through in the last 6 months where everything seems to be changing in his life. 

Jani has been a pro cyclist for years but at crucial stages of his career he would crash, get sick or simply not turn up on the day and he couldn’t figure out why. So he went on a journey to discover and in doing do looked into the behavior of his subconscious mind. Dug up events of his past that he is convinced shaped him and underwent perhaps one of the most transformative therapy series I have ever seen.

Be warned this show is heavy but teaches so much.

Thank you Jani.

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November 25, 2020 09:04 PM PST

[9:08 AM, 11/26/2020] Nadisha DSouza : Ben Smith is 27 years old, has represented Great Britain in triathlon and follows a number of endurance sports. What he also follows is meditation and a desire to help others.

In Ben’s words:

"My passion in life is personal growth and aiding others to progress in their own passions and endeavours. Im obsessed with it. Im a big believer in creating a bullet proof mind through shear hard work, getting uncomfortable and also Meditation. I want to get more people meditating, especially younger people. My goal is to remove the stigma behind it and get it out there. Its not just a small beneficial practice that might help some people - its a real life changing practice that effects endless areas of your life and with so many people suffering now mentally we need to do something and take action to prevent it getting worse. From my perspective it helped me as an athlete to progress way further than I initially thought id go and for other athletes out there - it would absolutely do the same for them too.
Meditation is a must. Many give up early with it because its ‘too hard’ or they ‘cant quieten their minds’. But this has to be overcome. A good teacher will help, which is where I come in.”

Ben talks us through his journey and shares some useful insights into meditation that we can all learn.
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November 18, 2020 09:27 PM PST

On march 3rd 2021 Corey will attempt to set a new world record for the worlds strongest marathon where he will pull a 1.8t car a distance of 42.2km. in under 17 hours.

Who is Corey?
"I am Corey Phillpott, a 23 year old father and ultra extreme athlete.
In my teenage years I played a high level of rugby league representing NSW, Cronulla & Illawarra Steelers. 6 years ago in 2015 in quit footy and got caught up in taking drugs and partying every weekend, on the benders with the boys. pretty. much addicted to MDMA and cocaine. You know you're addicted when you're taking it mid week. I lost track of what was important in life and lost my way of life which to me was fitness. I gained around 39kg in a year from not training and just bendering to escape reality that my life was going nowhere or not where I thought it would be.”

Corey will be taking on this challenge to support ChildSafe Australia

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November 11, 2020 04:28 AM PST

A lot of people may think I run a lot, talk about running a lot and therefore fast draw the conclusion that it's all about running and in doing so turn off or keep moving as they are not that interested in the running.For the most part its actually not about the running! Don’t believe me? Have a listen to this weeks show.


November 04, 2020 09:12 PM PST

What do we do when we can’t figure things out? What do we do when things get hard in life physically or mentally? Some of us deny it’s happening and try and continue as normal. Others give up. Neither seem to solve the issues we face. To get through, keep going and reach our goals we must have a solid decision making process, a formula for success……welcome to the ultra mindset!

I was not dissimilar to the two options above in that when I came across adversity I would try and black it out, pretend it was not happening or in a way just give up thinking that “it’s not for me”. When I entered my first ultra and failed I knew this mindset had to change so I went on a journey to figure out a decision making process that would help me in tough situations in many areas of life.

I share the process in this show in the Ultra Mindset.

I hope it’s useful for you.

No Weakness.


What do we do when we can’t figure things out? What do we do when things get hard in life physically or mentally? Some of us deny it’s happening and try and continue as normal. Others give up. Neither seem to solve the issues we face. To get through, keep going and reach our goals we must have a solid decision making process, a formula for success……welcome to the ultra mindset!

October 28, 2020 02:39 AM PDT

Rami Rasamny was obese, a chain smoker and a binge drinker who woke up in the middle of the night one night on 2006 craving a cigarette. As he made his way to get one he caught a glimpse of himself in the mirror, it was that look that changed his life.

Rami talks to us about fighting addiction, the fear of failure, being scared to change but ultimately how he overcame his addictions and has since summited many mountains and more recently completed the Lebanon Mountain Trail of 470km in 7 days.

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October 21, 2020 11:01 PM PDT

At what point do you progress? When is a certain weight too light and it’s time to move on? When should a 5km running goal become a 10km running goal? These are often tough questions and getting the answer wrong can have some seriously negative effects on our motivation and many other things in life.

As kids we are told to dream big but when we dream too big we get told to slow down so perhaps we have been a bit confused since our early days. Over the years I have seen people hurt from trying to lift weights that they are not ready for and motivation shattered from people failing over distances that they have tried to run but of course failed.

In this show I serve up a guideline to earning the right in many areas of life.

Hope you enjoy it.

October 15, 2020 12:04 AM PDT

Tom Woolf was on our podcast 3 years ago in June 2017 where we spoke a lot about “Breaking 2”. Fast forward 3 years 2 has been broken, the business word has done a 180, life is totally different for many of us and sport may never be the same again.

In this show Tom shares his ever interesting insights on so many different topics all within 45 minutes and gives us an unreal guide of how he manages self pity in a 30 minute window……and then moves on. He also shares some super interesting insights into EdAid a company that he founded and through which he is helping thousands of youngsters through university.

It’s always epic to spend time with Tom, he is a great human being and we can all learn a lot from him.

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October 07, 2020 10:51 PM PDT

Less thank 2 years ago Matt Heptonstall had blood cancer spotted in a random blood test he was undergoing. In September 2020 he completed 30 half marathons in 30 days. He was not a runner and prior to June 1st 2020 had not run for over 6 years.

There are defining moments in our lives and as we learn in this show Matt has gone through a number of these in the last 2 years. One thing is insane and that is his calm nature.

In this show Matt tells us all about his dance with blood cancer, changes he has made in his life, feelings and emotion and then he gives us an insight into those 30 half marathons.

Enjoy the show.

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September 30, 2020 10:07 PM PDT

Ivana Kolaric loves all things sport, adventure and nature and in 2019 took part in one of the worlds most grueling challenges the “Eco Challenge” which is currently screening on Amazon Prime.

In this show we dive deep into Ivana’s childhood, what sport meant to here and then how it all stopped for a while and why! Is Ivana love for sport driven out of deprivation? How have her relationships developed and what makes her the happiest.

Ivana also shares with us her training and preparation for the Eco Challenge as she talks us through some of the challenges her and her team faced and how they overcame them.

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