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Author: Lewis Hatchett

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Welcome to the Raising Your Game podcast with Lewis Hatchett. Providing some of the worlds leading athletes and coaches with their stories, advice and ideas on physical and mental wellbeing that improves performance.
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In this episode, I talk about how to understand your body better by knowing the difference between what is causing and injury and what is discomfort.As athletes, we don't play sport at 100% all the time. We suffer from discomfort, aches and pains. But knowing where your limit is and when it's tipping over into an injury is an important part of building a lasting career.Here we explore ways in which to understand your body better to either pull back or persevere. Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Breathe, Think and Move Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Katie Hoff is a Two-time Olympian and Three-time Medalist and Eight-time World Champion. Having been heralded as the 'female Michael Phelps' our conversation goes into managing expectations both from internal and external, how to be relentless in pursuit of your dreams and being able to give yourself space to appreciate what you have achieved so far.Katie is incredibly vulnerable and honest in this conversation and something that not all athletes find it easy to do. Her story is one of getting to the top, being the favourite and the success and failure that you have to manage.Purchase Katies book: BlueprintFollow Katie on Instagram: @kthoff7Check out Synergy DrylandInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Breathe, Think and Move Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
As we go into the New Year with new goals, I'm sure physical training will be a part of that. In this episode I talk about, as an athlete, the difference between training to look good or to get good performance.Connect with LewisInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Breathe, Think and Move Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
In this episode, I talk about reflecting on the year 2020 and a different way to set your goals for 2021.Connect with LewisInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Lina Nielsen is a British 400-metre hurdle runner and qualified yoga teacher. We talk about her journey from being bag holder for Jessica Ennis-Hill at London 2012 to competing on the big stage herself and now working with Jessica.This episode delves into how yoga and meditation have helped Lina improve her physical and mental training for her sport and how slowing down can help you speed up.Find Lina at @linarunsConnect with LewisInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
I discuss How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others, the problem that you face when you do and some tips to help get in the way of the thoughts that come up when you do.Mentioned in the Podcast:Parents in Sport EpisodeNegative Visualisation for building Gratitude.Connect with LewisInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Caroline Burckle is a former Olympic medalist for Team USA, now founder of Rise Athletes, a mentoring program for young athletes.Caroline is an incredible person with such depth in her thought about what it takes to be an athlete and the experience as a whole. We discuss her journey, communication with coaches, the power of questioning vs telling, understanding what you want from a mentor. A really great conversation that all athletes will enjoy and be able to take something from.Find Caroline at:Instagram: @caroburcklecarolineburckle.comriseathletes.comConnect with LewisInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
In this episode, I dive into the controversial subject of parenting in sport. From my experience having been parented as an athlete to the top and what I see now as a coach.This subject will no doubt have many opinions around it. Feel free to share yours at:Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Amy Williams is a Gold Medal Olympics Skeleton Racer from Team GB.Our conversation goes into how to harness fear, where it comes from and how her winning gold at the Winter Olympics saved her sport in the UK entirely.Find Amy onInstagram: @amyjoywilliamsTwitter: @amywilliamsmbewww.amywilliams.comFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
If you use visualisation or positive visualisation, you may or may not have tried Negative Visualisation. In this episode, I discuss how you can use Negative Visualisation to build gratitude, appreciation and positivity in your sport and life.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Anabelle Smith is an Olympic Medal-winning Diver from Australia. This episode we talk about how to overcome your fears, harnessing your focus through breathing and trusting in your practice to succeed.Find Anabelle onInstagram: @anabellesmithTwitter: @anabellesmith93www.anabellesmith.netFor more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
An uncomfortable moment that we all must face at some stage. Someone giving us negative feedback. Here I discuss a few ways in which to take feedback that we don't like hearing, using it to your advantage and not reacting in a way that we will regret later.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
Mark Beaumont is an endurance and adventure athlete. Holding the world record for cycling around the world (29,000km) in 79 days. We talk about what it takes, both physically and mentally, to achieve feats like this. Breaking down the mindset, the training the support systems, the emotions and more, Mark is a master of endurance.Find Mark on Instagram and TwitterListen to Mark's podcast EnduranceBuy his new books at AmazonFor more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
This episode of the podcast I discuss 3 questions that you can use as a form of reviewing yourself in order to check-in on your progress and find actionable ways to keep improving.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
In this episode of MindStrong Monday, I discuss how self-doubt is a normal part of doing something with meaning and a few ways in how you can overcome them.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettFor Athletes that want to Feel, Move and Train Better...The Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for more
In this episode of MindStrong Monday, I discuss how you can use meditation to build strength in your mind, improve the skill of concentration, focus and harness it when you need it most.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastInstagram: @lewishatchettThe Sport Yogi app is now LIVEDownload atiOSAndroid
Welcome to MindStrong Monday. In this episode, I discuss, in my experience, three ways in which can help you boost your mental strength to help to take on the challenges you face in your sport and life.For more visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastSign up the Sport Yogi app
In this episode, I speak with Luke Sutton, former professional cricketer, now sports agent.In our conversation, we go into mental health in sport. We talk about Luke’s struggles he faced himself with his mental health, addiction both during and after his career. How he turned everything around having entered rehab, the lessons he learnt and advice he would give anyone to look after their mental wellbeing, not only in sport but for life as well. If you or anyone else you know is a strong advocate of mental health, then this is an episode for you.Find Luke onTwitter - @luke_suttsGet Luke's books on AmazonBack from the Edge: Mental Health and Addiction in SportLife of a Sports Agent: The MiddlemanContact & Follow Lewislewishatchett.comInstagram - @lewishatchettTwitter - @lewis.hatchettLinkedinYoutubeThe Sport Yogi AppBe one of the FIRST to get and try the Sport Yogi App. Register at sportyogi.com/appGet your FREE Cricket Stretching Guide HereFollow Sport Yogi@thesportyogiYoutube Channel
Kaitlin Sandeno is a 2 time Olympic Swimmer with 1 Gold, 1 Silver a 2 bronze, former world champion and former word record holder. She first went to the Olympics at the age of 17! Our conversation goes into her upbringing, how she went about achieving her goals, her identity as an athlete as well as what she does now as General Manager of DC Trident, we also delve into a little bit about nutrition, fasting and ketogenic diet.Kaitlin on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kaitlinsandenoWebsite - https://www.kaitlinsandeno.com/Kaitlins Book - Golden GlowContact & Follow Lewislewishatchett.comInstagram - @lewishatchettTwitter - @lewis.hatchettLinkedinYoutubeThe Sport Yogi AppBe one of the FIRST to get and try the Sport Yogi App. Register at sportyogi.com/appGet your FREE Hamstring Flexibility Guide HereFollow Sport Yogi@thesportyogiYoutube Channel
Dan Lawson is returning to the podcast! Dan is one of the best Ultra-runners in the world. Having just completed the Lands End to John O’Groats record, having attempted but not succeeded two years prior, he completed it this time round in 9 days 21 hours 14 minutes and 6 seconds.I wanted to catch up with Dan to find out more about how the run went, but we end up going into loads of other areas about where his mind went during this gruelling record attempt.Find Dan at: Instagram - @therunningdanTwitter - @therunningdanwww.danlawson.lifeReRun Clothingrerunclothing.org@rerun.clothingThe Sport Yogi AppBe one of the FIRST to get and try the Sport Yogi App. Register at sportyogi.com/appGet your FREE Hamstring Flexibility Guide HereFollow Sport Yogi@thesportyogiYoutube ChannelContact & Follow Lewislewishatchett.comInstagram - @lewishatchettTwitter - @lewis.hatchettLinkedinYoutube
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