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This exercise is a game-changer for noticing and reframing when you're talking to yourself negatively and creating new positive based self-talk in your performances and public life.Email your Athlete of the Week entry hereor DM at @lewishatchettGet your MindStrong Journal hereThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.comShop : lewishatchett.com/shop
Complacency is when you ultimately become comfortable and take the gas off on routines, schedules, and goals. This stops you from being forward-thinking and being open to new opportunities, losing all the progress you’ve made. In this episode, Lewis discusses the signposts and issues with complacency but not without solutions on how to avoid slipping into this behavior.[01:58] What Does Complacency Look Like?[05:36] How to Avoid Complacency[08:06] Solutions to Complacency[11:01] Plan Your Successes[13:30] Closing NotesThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.comShop : lewishatchett.com/shop
Athletes who go through their training sometimes fall back into old habits as soon as they step on the field instead of focusing on important goals. Lewis’ exercises allow you to shift your focus towards process-driven goals instead of outcome-driven ones to help you stay on track, motivated, and purposeful.[02:03] Introduction[04:12] How to Measure Success[07:53] Required Energy in a Session[09:30] Controllables and Uncontrollables[11:18] Training Mantra[12:42] Trusting the Process[14:07] Closing NotesGet your FREE Training Planner, Meal Planner & Habit Tracker PDFs - lewishatchett.com/downloadsThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.comShop : lewishatchett.com/shop
Our nerves and anxieties can cripple us in our performances. It can come knocking at your door when you least expect it. In this episode, Lewis gives the hows and whys of proper breathing techniques and a couple of breathing exercises he recommends to manage nerves, stress, and anxiety. [01:39] Importance of Breathing[05:12] The Simple Science of Breathing[08:57] Breathing Exercises to Do[17:46] Why We Need to Practice Our Breathing[18:36] The Two Most Effective Ways of Breathing[20:38] Physiology of Breathing According to Andrew D. Huberman[24:40] Breathwork[29:14] Closing NotesGet your FREE Training Planner, Meal Planner & Habit Tracker PDFs - lewishatchett.com/downloadsThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.comShop : lewishatchett.com/shop
Chelsea Tuach is a  professional Surfer from Barbados, recently winning the Barbados Surf Pro as well as being  one of the highest ranked surfers from Barbados. She shares her love for surfing and the surfing community, how she prepares for competitions, and how she trusts no one but herself and Mother Nature.[01:59] Introducing Chelsea Tuach [03:52] Feeling the Expectations and Riding a Good Wave [08:59] Chelsea’s Love of Surfing [12:05] Chelsea’s Roles Models and the Surfing Community [17:57] Escaping the Sport and the Pandemic Effect [24:20] Where the Mind Goes When Riding the Waves [28:14] How Chelsea Prepares Her Mindset for Competitions [32:07] Chelsea’s Mantra [35:40] Adapting and Trusting Yourself and Mother Nature [41:34] What Chelsea Wants to be Known As [44:31] Chelsea’s Plans and Ambitions [46:09] Chelsea’s Book Recommendations [47:35] Where to Find ChelseaYou can reach Chelsea through her Instagram.Get your FREE Training Planner, Meal Planner & Habit Tracker PDFs - lewishatchett.com/downloadsThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.comShop : lewishatchett.com/shop
Leon Taylor is a former Olympic diver, commentator, speaker, and wellness expert. We talk about his childhood, diving, competing in the Olympics, as well as dealing with judgments and expectations towards athletes, his work as a mentor for Tom Daley, and his thoughts and beliefs on the role of wellness in an athlete’s performance.[01:48] Introducing Leon Taylor and Diving Training[10:03] Why Gymnastics and Diving[13:41] Genetics and Physicality in Diving[19:36] Embracing Help[27:21] The Vulnerable “Bulletproof” Athlete[30:03] Winning the Olympics After a 44-Year Drought[34:35] Controlling Anxieties on Pressures and Expectations[43:18] Bringing the Best Out of Each Other in a Team[47:50] Talking About Vulnerability[58:02] Leon’s Role of Mentoring[01:13:47] Yoga’s Role in Leon’s Career[01:31:03] Leon’s Book and Quote RecommendationsYou can reach Leon through his official website. This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
April is Stress Awareness Month and we all know that stress isn’t going anywhere, especially aggravated by the pandemic. In this episode, Lewis aims to build awareness of your own stress and how to properly manage it as well as the four types of stress that people experience.[01:08] Eustress and Destress[05:57] The Four Types of Stress: Physical[15:42] The Four Types of Stress: Mental[21:35] The Four Types of Stress: Emotional[23:19] The Four Types of Stress: Social[25:12] Managing Stress[28:53] Closing NotesVote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Rhiannan Iffland is a four-time consecutive Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series champion and two-time World Aquatics Championships gold medalist for high diving. A former acrobatic trampolining and diving entertainer on cruise ships, she tells her story on how she grew to love diving, how she prepares for it, and why she keeps on diving.[02:21] Introducing Rhiannan Iffland and Her Training[10:47] The Mental Preparation[15:12] Pre-Dive Preparation[19:07] Rhiannan’s Mentality[21:19] Favorite Diving Spot[23:51] Rhiannan’s Hobbies Outside of Diving[28:00] What Diving Has Taught Rhiannan[32:12] Rhiannan’s RecommendationsRhiannan on InstagramRhiannan on TikTokThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Jamal Hill is a paralympic swimmer and bronze medal winner at the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo. He grew up with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a hereditary neurological disability that affects one in 2,500 people. He talks about how he sets his goals, his struggles, and how his journey to a podium win.[02:12] Introducing Jamal Hill[03:34] Resetting Goals and Meditation[07:11] Struggles and Control [17:13] Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease[26:38] Jamal’s Journey of Embracing Living with CMT[31:31] Jamal’s Advice[35:03] Where to Find JamalYou can reach Jamal on his Instagram and at SwimUphill.org.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
After more than a hundred episodes, Lewis shares his life story and journey as a professional cricket player. Born with Poland syndrome and told by doctors to avoid sports, he shares the highs and lows of growing up, training to become a professional cricket player, and how yoga and mindfulness saved him.[02:17] Lewis’ Story and Condition [12:28] Training with the Pros [18:19] First Injury [22:11] Travelling and Training Alone in Australia [26:11] Going Back to the UK and Finally Playing Professional [33:15] Curiosity and Open-Mindedness [35:52] Major Injury and Retirement [38:06] Identity Loss and Transition to Yoga and Mindfulness [42:08] Learnings from a Professional Career [46:01] Closing NotesBuy the MindStrong Athlete JournalThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Amanda Presgraves is a former competitive swimmer and a world-level teen USA triathlete. We talk about reframing negative experiences, living with ADHD, and her work in food and nutrition with her new book coming out soon entitled “The Non-Recipe Book”.[02:53] Introducing Amanda Presgraves[05:18] Getting into Endurance [07:37] Life Post-Career [10:51] Beginner’s Mindset [18:48] Mindfulness and Being a “Multipotentialite” [31:19] Swimming Culture Towards Men [35:36] Exploration with Food [41:20] Being Compassionate for Your Food [50:54] Food is Medicine [55:52] Growing Up With ADHD [01:03:25] Embracing Uniqueness [01:10:11] Gratitude and “Our Best Self Story” [01:15:35] Amanda’s Book Recommendations [01:17:57] Where to Find AmandaYou can reach Amanda on her Instagram and her website.Buy the MindStrong Athlete JournalThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchett
Cathy O'Dowd is a rock climber, mountaineer, author, motivational speaker, and the first woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest both from the north and south sides. She shares the importance of training for the summit, reaching Mt. Everest, and the highs and lows that come with it.[02:43] Introducing Cathy O’Dowd [04:57] Motivation Behind Climbing [07:50] Training Elements and Controlling Fear [13:30] Adaptability and Teamwork [17:28] Going Against Fear and Pressure [20:09] Techniques to Train Your Mind [22:47] Cathy’s First Climb on the South Side of Mt. Everest [28:35] What It’s Like on Top [31:15] Congestion and Openness in Mt. Everest [34:16] The North Route [38:00] The Story of Francys Arsentiev [51:07] Losing the Hunger to Climb [54:32] Important Values [59:12] What to Get Out of Feats of Accomplishments [01:03:34] Who Inspired Cathy [01:04:52] Where to Find Cathy [01:05:35] What’s Next for CathyYou can reach Cathy on Facebook, Instagram, and her website.Vote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchett
How can you discover your values? Values are important because it’s your code of conduct for yourself in the world to help you make decisions and identify who you are, how you live, ad how you interact with others. Your values can change overtime but you can develop them through a set of exercises to constantly come back to, reiterate, further understand, and deepen your understanding of what your values look like and the things and behaviors that are going to show how you bring them to the world.[01:24] Developing Values [06:11] Exercises in Creating Values [14:40] Behaviors to Express These ValuesVote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Buy your MindStrong Athlete Journal at lewishatchett.com/shopThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Marc Pugh is a former professional footballer having played in the Premier League at AFC Bournemouth and English League at Bury, Shrewsbury Town, Luton Town, Hereford United. He talks about football, life beyond sports, and his love for food through his Instagram handle, The Foodie Footballer.[02:58] Introducing Marc Pugh[06:55] Navigating Change of Managers in Football[09:08] Positive and Negative Self-Talk[12:24] Big and Small Leagues in Football[16:15] Playing in Front of Thousands of People[21:50] Navigating the End of Career and Crystal Palace[27:08] Life Beyond Sport[30:30] Mental Health, Meditation, and Stress Management[35:33] Food and Diet[39:07] Effects of Good Diet[44:00] What to Eat Before a Game[50:27] Common Problems Among Youth Athletes in Nutrition[54:58] Spoon-Fed by Tim Spector and Food as Fuel[1:04:46] What Marc Does[1:06:36] Hydration[1:08:40] Marc’s Book and Podcast RecommendationYou can reach Marc here.Vote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
The fear of failure is prevalent and the weight of expectations from the past can really hold a person down. Lewis shares his own personal experience with failure and exercises on how to reframe these negative experiences in our head, what they teach us, and how to use them moving forward. [01:24] Negative Experiences  [04:33] Questions to Reframe Experiences  [07:07] Lewis’ Personal Experience [11:25] The Eraser TestYou can find the Meditation for Athletes video on Sport Yogi here and the Sport Yogi app here.Vote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Confidence is at an all-time low among young people, whether in sports or in schools. In this episode, Lewis shares his personal journey with confidence, what it really means to be confident, and some very important exercises on how to achieve this state of being a truly confident person. [02:54] Lewis’ Personal Journey with Confidence  [06:06] What is Confidence?  [09:46] Performance Psychology and Goal-Setting [16:39] Consistent Confidence [19:33] “Controllables” and Anxiety [23:09] We Never Lose Our Confidence [24:26] Exercises to Building Confidence [32:29] Closing NotesYou can find the Meditation for Athletes video on Sport Yogi here and the Sport Yogi app here.Vote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Dan Jansen is a former Olympic champion and world record holder in speed skating. One of the most inspiring stories in Olympic history, he shares his dealing with grief, seeking a sports psychologist, and his Olympic journey in the 500-m sprint.[03:57] Introducing Dan Jansen[08:18] Bumps Along the Road[13:34] Dan’s Olympic Journey[17:48] Dan Dealing with Grief[20:58] Mental Prep[25:14] Getting Back to the Ice[28:50] Dr. Jim Loehr’s Role in Dan’s Life[32:11] Loving the 1000-m Sprint[33:47] Mindfulness and Gratitude Exercises[35:16] Dan Managing His Jinx[38:05] The 500-m Sprint and the Ice Breaking[42:40] What Dan Was Focusing On[48:32] Dan’s Learnings and Accomplishments[53:02] Difficulty in Changing Training[55:34] Dan’s Work and the Dan Jansen Foundation[58:04] Where to find Dan and the Foundation[59:01] An Inspiring Sport Story for DanVisit the Dan Jansen Foundation here.Vote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Last January 17 was Blue Monday in the UK and on this episode of Raising Your Game, Lewis talks about finding and owning your strengths. He gives advice on honing your own unique strength and skills and what we can learn from the Thai soccer team during the Tham Luang Cave Rescue back in 2018.[03:34] Blue Monday[05:32] Mindsets[07:09] Knowing Your Strength[11:24] The Thai Soccer Team from the Tham Luang Cave Rescue [13:53] Doubling Down on Your Strength[16:29] Closing NotesVote for Raising Your Game as the Best Performance and Wellbeing Podcast at the Sports Podcast Awards here.Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com.This episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi. Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at: TikTok: @lewis_hatchett Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast Contact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Nicole Snell is the owner and CEO of Girls Fight Back, a personal self-defense, safety, and empowerment company for women and marginalized communities.Nicole shares her knowledge on managing conflict, ego, and masculinity. She talks about how we can be more confident, courageous, and truly aware when faced with danger, violence, and unwanted behavior.[01:23] Introducing Nicole Snell [02:35] What Nicole Does [05:57] Nicole’s Training for Self-Defense [10:12] Elements of Handling Conflict  [14:58] Conflict and Masculinity [18:38] Empowerment and Education [24:53] The Pandemic Shift  [26:43] Youth Behavior and School Violence  [29:17] Awareness and Acknowledgement [32:35] The Bystander Effect and Intervention [39:14] Nicole’s 2022 [41:01] Listening and Educating for Change [42:50] Nicole’s RecommendationsWhere to find Nicole:Website Facebook Instagram YouTube GirlsFightBack.com IG: @girlsfightback IG: Students Fight BackBe one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com/mindstrongThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
Best Bits from 2021

Best Bits from 2021

2022-01-0401:20:55

Here are just a selection of some of the best bits in 2021 from the podcast[3:49] Travis Head[7:50] Brooke Neal[11:05] Dr Jim Taylor[14:48] Dale Steyn[17:15] Helen Richardson-Walsh[19:33] Geoff Thomas[22:03] James Kerr[41:50] Chris Mosier[49:08] Patrick Mckeown[56:03] Dr Jim Loehr[1:05:46] Jon Lewis[1:10:17] Michelle Carter[1:13:35] Ruby TuiBe one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com/mindstrongThis episode is sponsored by Sport Yogi.Available on iOS & AndroidConnect with Lewis at:TikTok: @lewis_hatchettInstagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcastContact the show at podcast@lewishatchett.com
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