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The Athlete Development Show

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Ep 79: Paudie Roche – The Arsenal Way

“We’re looking at long-term athlete development, and that requires a lot of patience, coaching and structure to the programme where performance isn’t the end goal. But equally, they also need to cope, if given the opportunity, with first team training, or even playing.” On the show today, I chat with Lead Academy Strength & Conditioning […]

81 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Ep 79: Paudie Roche – The Arsenal Way

Ep 78- Sophie Devine – Passion, purpose and playing cricket for New Zealand

“If you focus on what’s important to you and your standards, then that’s really the only thing that should matter… finding your own path and how you do it, I think is just so important.” On the show today I chat with international cricketer, Sophie Devine. Sophie made her first class debut for Wellington at […]

69 MIN2019 SEP 2
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Ep 78- Sophie Devine – Passion, purpose and playing cricket for New Zealand

Ep 77- Rick Howard – Professor and Expert Youth Fitness Coach

“I have a kid who could be a pretty good athlete, but if he gets a 97 on a test, his parents ride him because he didn’t get 100… to the point that he’s so completely stressed that we spend a lot of our time doing things that help him change his mindset, so that […]

57 MIN2019 AUG 23
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Ep 77- Rick Howard – Professor and Expert Youth Fitness Coach

EP 76- Peter Verdin – Movement Engineering

“Relationships are the biggest thing for me. Building relationships and rapport with students is going to create a much more joyful experience for them than probably anything else I can do in my class.” On the show today, I chat with P.E. teacher and PhD student, Peter Verdin. Peter is currently employed as a ‘movement […]

57 MIN2019 AUG 16
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EP 76- Peter Verdin – Movement Engineering

Ep 75 – Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking

ADS 075: Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking “Almost every session, whether the client I’m with is 13 or 36, or if they’re a high school athlete who doesn’t want to play in college or they’re a professional athlete, I start with… ‘Hey, what do you want to do today?'” On the show today, I chat […]

76 MIN2019 JUL 25
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Ep 75 – Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking

Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

ADS 074: Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality. On the show today, I chat with Sport and Exercise Physician and father of two, Dan Exeter. Dan is based at Axis Sports Medicine on the North Shore in Auckland, where he specialises in injury prevention and rehabilitation of athletes […]

79 MIN2019 JUL 18
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Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

Ep 73- Dougal Allan- Dreaming big, the art of reflection, and becoming the Coast to Coast champion

“I think I learnt from quite a young age that I was able to really become more reflective and make more sense of the world at times if I just found my own space, and took an opportunity each day to just be alone for a bit.” On the show today, I chat with endurance […]

64 MIN2019 JUL 5
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Ep 73- Dougal Allan- Dreaming big, the art of reflection, and becoming the Coast to Coast champion

EP 72- Mustafa Sarkar – How to create psychological resilience

“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. ” On the show today, I chat with sport psychologist and researcher, Dr Mustafa Sarkar. Mustafa works at Nottingham Trent University in the UK where he is a senior lecturer and researcher, focusing on the psychology of sporting excellence […]

90 MIN2019 JUL 1
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EP 72- Mustafa Sarkar – How to create psychological resilience

EP 71- Tim Driesen – High Performance Athlete Development Leader at Athletics New Zealand

“You can rely on talent up until a certain time, whatever talent is, but it’s not going to make you the best in the world. Even though in my late teenage years I had a good amount of support behind me, I didn’t understand what I had to be doing and how to utilise that […]

89 MIN2019 JUN 13
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EP 71- Tim Driesen – High Performance Athlete Development Leader at Athletics New Zealand

EP 70 – Matt Hunter – Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab

“If you not keeping them around because your training sux, or you’re not a good guy to hang out with, then you don’t get the opportunity to have everything that you know happen.” On the show today, I chat with Matt Hunter, Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab in North Carolina, US. Matt […]

72 MIN2019 JUN 5
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EP 70 – Matt Hunter – Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab

Latest Episodes

Ep 79: Paudie Roche – The Arsenal Way

“We’re looking at long-term athlete development, and that requires a lot of patience, coaching and structure to the programme where performance isn’t the end goal. But equally, they also need to cope, if given the opportunity, with first team training, or even playing.” On the show today, I chat with Lead Academy Strength & Conditioning […]

81 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
Ep 79: Paudie Roche – The Arsenal Way

Ep 78- Sophie Devine – Passion, purpose and playing cricket for New Zealand

“If you focus on what’s important to you and your standards, then that’s really the only thing that should matter… finding your own path and how you do it, I think is just so important.” On the show today I chat with international cricketer, Sophie Devine. Sophie made her first class debut for Wellington at […]

69 MIN2019 SEP 2
Comments
Ep 78- Sophie Devine – Passion, purpose and playing cricket for New Zealand

Ep 77- Rick Howard – Professor and Expert Youth Fitness Coach

“I have a kid who could be a pretty good athlete, but if he gets a 97 on a test, his parents ride him because he didn’t get 100… to the point that he’s so completely stressed that we spend a lot of our time doing things that help him change his mindset, so that […]

57 MIN2019 AUG 23
Comments
Ep 77- Rick Howard – Professor and Expert Youth Fitness Coach

EP 76- Peter Verdin – Movement Engineering

“Relationships are the biggest thing for me. Building relationships and rapport with students is going to create a much more joyful experience for them than probably anything else I can do in my class.” On the show today, I chat with P.E. teacher and PhD student, Peter Verdin. Peter is currently employed as a ‘movement […]

57 MIN2019 AUG 16
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EP 76- Peter Verdin – Movement Engineering

Ep 75 – Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking

ADS 075: Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking “Almost every session, whether the client I’m with is 13 or 36, or if they’re a high school athlete who doesn’t want to play in college or they’re a professional athlete, I start with… ‘Hey, what do you want to do today?'” On the show today, I chat […]

76 MIN2019 JUL 25
Comments
Ep 75 – Austin Einhorn – Movement Banking

Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

ADS 074: Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality. On the show today, I chat with Sport and Exercise Physician and father of two, Dan Exeter. Dan is based at Axis Sports Medicine on the North Shore in Auckland, where he specialises in injury prevention and rehabilitation of athletes […]

79 MIN2019 JUL 18
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Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

Ep 73- Dougal Allan- Dreaming big, the art of reflection, and becoming the Coast to Coast champion

“I think I learnt from quite a young age that I was able to really become more reflective and make more sense of the world at times if I just found my own space, and took an opportunity each day to just be alone for a bit.” On the show today, I chat with endurance […]

64 MIN2019 JUL 5
Comments
Ep 73- Dougal Allan- Dreaming big, the art of reflection, and becoming the Coast to Coast champion

EP 72- Mustafa Sarkar – How to create psychological resilience

“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. ” On the show today, I chat with sport psychologist and researcher, Dr Mustafa Sarkar. Mustafa works at Nottingham Trent University in the UK where he is a senior lecturer and researcher, focusing on the psychology of sporting excellence […]

90 MIN2019 JUL 1
Comments
EP 72- Mustafa Sarkar – How to create psychological resilience

EP 71- Tim Driesen – High Performance Athlete Development Leader at Athletics New Zealand

“You can rely on talent up until a certain time, whatever talent is, but it’s not going to make you the best in the world. Even though in my late teenage years I had a good amount of support behind me, I didn’t understand what I had to be doing and how to utilise that […]

89 MIN2019 JUN 13
Comments
EP 71- Tim Driesen – High Performance Athlete Development Leader at Athletics New Zealand

EP 70 – Matt Hunter – Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab

“If you not keeping them around because your training sux, or you’re not a good guy to hang out with, then you don’t get the opportunity to have everything that you know happen.” On the show today, I chat with Matt Hunter, Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab in North Carolina, US. Matt […]

72 MIN2019 JUN 5
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EP 70 – Matt Hunter – Director of Youth Sports Performance at Athletic Lab

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