Val d’Aran by UTMB® is the new mountain running event in Val d’Aran, the essence of the Pyrenees. The first edition will be held next July 9th, 10th and 11th, 2021.
This event is part of the international UTMB® labelled events, incorporated into the Ultra-Trail® World Tour’s circuit.
In this show Marcus, Rob and Ivana talk about the race, the challenges they see coming up, how people can prepare and what they are expecting for themselves as they prepare for it.
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7 Emirates, 7 days and 700 kilometers, what a great set of numbers. Those are the numbers that made up Sean Burgess's latest challenge as he completed the width of the UAE on foot!
What better person, what better story to mark our 700th episode of the Innerfight podcast!
To top it all off in completing this challenge Sean sets a Guiness world record. We have a great chat with him in this show as he really makes us believe that anything is possible as he explains his unique mindset and approach to challenges and life.
Yasmine Salaam is a mother of 3, has called Dubai home for most of her life and is on a missions to run every single street of Dubai......2 years in she has covered 40%!
She was not a natural born runner, quite the opposite she explains to us as she was more of an academic in her earlier years, something she continues to pursue now as she reads extensively and also loves to write. But running caught her attention several years ago and it has occupied her mind and life in various ways since.
Yasmine is an incredible human and was awesome to chat to. Enjoy the show.
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Sport in any form should not only be for those of a particular age should it?
That's why Matt has joined our team, to not only coach adults but also to develop juniors.
Matt comes from an incredible sporting background of being involved in both playing and the coaching of top level football. He has spent the last 4 years developing junior endurance athletes in the UAE as well as pursuing his endurance aspirations at the highest level.
In this show we chat all about juniors in sport, the do's the don't and how everyone can make sport more enjoyable for those that they love.
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Paul Dillon is the Director and founder of Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) and he is passionate about ensuring that the community has access to accurate and up-to-date alcohol and other drug information. In this show we talk all things drugs, alcohol and addiction, the impact of COVID on addictions and how we can help others and ourselves.
Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) aims to provide education and training expertise as well as high quality research assistance on a wide range of alcohol and other drug issues.
DARTA specializes in providing education and training to a wide range of audiences and can tailor presentations to suit any agency’s requirements in the area of alcohol and other drugs. Each year, we present education sessions to hundreds of school communities right across Australia, delivering information to students, teachers and parents.
In addition, DARTA has also been asked to present to a wide variety of community groups and organizations at conferences, seminars and workshops both nationally and internationally.
"What are you training for?" is a common questions we hear and many people have many different answers, many don't have an answer at all!
Are we not all "training for life" to live better, to wake up each morning with the ability to say, "yes today I am living!"
That's what this weeks show is all about as we break down physical, mental and emotional training, talk about setting goals based around sustainability, fun, aesthetics and living.
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If you are a regular listener to the show you will recall the interview I did with Corey Phillpott back in November in episode 677 where Corey told us he was going to pull a 1.6ton car 42.2km in March this year!
Well when he said it to me and I saw the look in his eyes on the call I knew he would do it. In this show he shares the experience with us, the underlying motivation and all the feelings and emotion of setting a new world record. All this from a 23 year old. Mind blowing what his future will hold!
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Technology is changing us in many ways, it's bringing us a whole load of benefits but at the same time a whole load of distractions and is like a bad addiction to many. How can we manage it better, use it to our advantage and cut our addictions?
Two things gave me the idea for recording this show. Firstly last weeks show with Brian Bogert and secondly was reading Satya Nadellas book "Hit Refresh"
Yes we are in a very technologically advanced world, yes there are benefits, yes there are draw backs but it is somehow still early in many ways and I think we can take some steps to make technology work for us and not the other way round.
Thanks for listening.
When he was just seven years old, his left arm was detached in a vehicle accident. Throughout his childhood people often asked, “What happened to your arm?” They expected a sports injury or playground mishap—not the raw, painful truth that a truck tore it off. But instead of succumbing to suffering because of the injury, Brian fully recovered and flourished with a reattached arm, thanks to his persistent and proactive focus. He learned early how to move beyond what happened to him by creating an intentional mindset.
Brian Bogert is a passionate human behavior and performance coach, speaker, business strategist, top sales professional and philanthropic leader who believes in helping growth-minded individuals achieve the best version of themselves: their most authentic selves.
Brian teaches how to leverage radical authenticity and awareness to create the intentional life you’ve been dreaming of, but have struggled to create. His revolutionary strategy—embrace pain to avoid suffering—has helped individuals and companies break beyond their normal to achieve the success in life and business that they’ve always wanted. If you want to create a life of no limits and gain freedom, Brian and his team will get you there.
Everyone is talking about morning rituals and routines which are important but how often do we hear people asking out our evening rituals? Aren't the things that we do in the closing hours of the day as important because they impact our sleep which in turn impacts our readiness to carry out our morning rituals and have a great day?