Cummings & Arzani's World Cup case | New look Wanderers | Simon Hill joins the crew
The Official Isuzu UTE A-League Podcast, brought to you by Neds
Daniel Garb is joined by Network 10's Simon Hill and KEEPUP's David Weiner to run through a pulsating weekend of action in the Isuzu UTE A-League. Jason Cummings and Daniel Arzani's late runs for a spot at the World Cup in Qatar next month dominate discussions, after Central Coast's entertaining draw with Wellington and Macarthur's impressive win against Adelaide United. The team also look at Marko Rudan's early season work with Western Sydney, who knocked off Melbourne Victory at the weekend; examine Brisbane Roar's display against early pace setters Melbourne City and look at John Aloisi's headaches after Western United were on the receiving end of two outstanding goals from Sydney FC's new foreign stars. Join us every Monday on the Isuzu UTE A-League Podcast, brought to you by Neds, as we look back at the talking points from each weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
State Of Our Football Nation Ft. Sam Krslovic, Simon Hill & Stuart Thomas | 7 July 2022
FNR Football Nation Radio
George Donikian & Lachie Flannigan are back for another off-season edition of State of Our Football Nation complete with an all-star cast of guests: - Macarthur FC CEO Sam Krslovic to discuss his side's flurry of recent transfer, the process that lead to their appointment of Dwight Yorke as their head coach and whether or not The Bulls would be chasing after a high-profile marquee player this off-season.- Channel 10 Football Commentator Simon Hill to talk about his off-season plans, the upcoming Winter Festival of Football, the concept of high-profile marquees and what plans Channel 10 had to overcome the broadcasting challenges of last season- Football Writer Stuart Thomas spoke about some of his recent articles surrounding the A-League's foreign exports, as well as an extensive deep dive into how he saw the state of the game.
Could a Plant-Based Diet Save Your Life? And the Planet? with Simon Hill
Food Matters Podcast
We live in a time where there is more nutrition advice available than ever before, and yet there is still so much confusion when it comes to what we really should be eating for optimal health. Low fat, high fat, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, keto … the list goes on. But these diets have more in common than they do differences. They all empathize greater intake of plant foods, which we now know helps prevent disease, promote heart health, feed our gut microbiome, reduce inflammation, and so many more health benefits. Joining us with all the answers is Simon Hill - nutritionist, physiotherapist, and plant-based advocate. In this episode, Simon explains the science around nutrition as well as the benefits of a plant-based diet, and the action we need to take as individuals through our diets, to create better health outcomes and clear the confusion on what will be best for us in the long-term. Simon is ultimately about empowering individuals with important information about food and their diet so that they can make the best choices for themselves and the planet. An important and powerful conversation for all of us to regain our confidence around food. Head to https://www.foodmatters.com/podcast/episode-53 for the show notes. Join the Food Matters newsletter: https://www.foodmatters.com/signup/podcast Follow us on Instagram: @foodmatters
#165: Simon Hill - How to be the voice of Australian Football
The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
Hello friends! Ever dreamed of commentating the biggest moments in global football? Simon Hill has spent over a decade calling the largest international matches, and is now synonymous with Australian football. Of course we HAD to ask Simon about that match against Uruguay in 2005, and the 2006 World Cup, but his experience isn’t exactly what you’d expect! For a fascinating insight into commentating while Craig Foster is going berserk, and how football can grow in Australia, enjoy this chat with Simon Hill. We cover:Simon’s experience commentating one of Australia’s biggest sporting momentsHow Simon got his start in commentaryPractising your craft and reviewing your callsPreparation before commentating a matchInfluential figures and mentorsThe state of Australian FootballAdvice for people trying to get into the football media*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you’d like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It’s THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You’re all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Can A Plant Based Diet Save Your Life? with Nutritionist Simon Hill
The Gabby Reece Show
My guest today is author and podcast host Simon Hill.Simon extended the conversation of his popular podcast PLANTPROOF with his latest in depth book PROOF IS IN THE PLANTS: HOW SCIENCE SHOWS A PLANT-BASED DIET COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE (AND THE PLANET). Regardless if you are a vegetarian, vegan or meat eater, this is a wonderful conversation about food. Eating: we do it several times a day so what are some of the best practices regardless of your tribal eating.I love Simon's ability to be fair, reasonable and still as detailed in the research as he was able to be today. Science is always moving, but some things keep showing up as best for us and best for the planet. In the end his attitude and ability to dig down into the information will make him a great communicator and advocate for "healthy food" and lifestyle. Simon is not guilting or shaming regardless of your personal preference he is simply sharing and inviting. EnjoyNOTE: I did not ask about and wish I had more time to dive into supplementation. There is an extensive Chapter in the book on supplements, but I did follow up with Simon and if you are only listening to the podcast the gentle reminder of the importance of B12, D3, and Iodine.Website: www.plantproof.comPodcast: PlantproofBooks: Proof is in the PlantsInstagram: @plant_proofTwitter: Plant_proofGabby @ InstagramFor show notes and past guests, please visit gabriellereece.com/podcastThe Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways.Thank you to our sponsors...ORGANIFI's superfood blends make it easy and enjoyable to add more variety and nutrition to your day. Go to www.organifi.com/gabby20 and use the code GABBY20 for 20% off your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices