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Purple Patch Podcast

Author and Triathlon Coach, Matt Dixon, will empower and educate you to integrate sport into life in order to reach your athletic potential because, it is through the lens of athletic potential, that you reach your human potential. In addition to topics such as planning your fitness into a time-starved life, the show will provide in-depth interviews, advice, and insight into optimizing your health, work, and life performance, along with the critical habits and approaches that facilitate the success of some of the world's top performers across many disciplines.

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04 Planning Your Endurance Training Season

Matt discusses the first Purple Patch Pillar of Performance:  Endurance.  He covers everything from how to set up your week, execute your training effectively, and consistently nail the basics.  You will hear why the focus of your training should be to achieve the necessary volume in order to receive positive adaptations, but still avoid accumulated fatigue. As he says in this episode, "If training becomes a monkey on your back, you will rip the monkey off." So, how exactly do you set up your training so that it doesn't become a burdensome monkey on your back? Take a listen to find out. :00-:20  Recorded Intro :21-:1:30  Matt's Welcome  1:30-6:25  Word of the Week: Tea 6:35-38:00 Planning Your Endurance Training Season, Executing Your Training, and Nailing the Basics Highlights include: Word of the Week:  Tea -Learn why and how tea can counteract your afternoon slump Mindshift from a preconceived number of training hours to planning with the available hours you do have Developing "Always, Often and Sometimes" training blocks Practical strategies to plan your endurance training so it is sustainable Weekly and annual planning while considering sleep, nutrition, family, and work Executing your planned training and how to prioritize sessions  Sunday Special: planning your week ahead so you hit Monday in execution mode Nailing the basic six habits and traits that are going to enable you to nail success Follow us and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

38mins

30 Jan 2018

Rank #1

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91 Performance Nutrition

Matt gives a back-to-basics approach to daily nutrition and hydration habits for peak performance. He: Outlines the various components of nutrition to consider in your approach to daily eating, including the roles of carbohydrates, fat, and protein. Highlights the key basic habits to employ when integrating nutrition with your training Builds a framework of what meals should look like at different parts of the day Answers the 10 most popular nutrition questions This episode, packed with information, provides simple and actionable steps to implement into your daily routine in order to improve health, performance and body composition. Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

59mins

6 Nov 2019

Rank #2

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05 Performance Lessons from Purple Patch Pros - Part 1

This week, we are offering you a special edition of two episodes in which Purple Patch pros join Matt for roundtable discussions with professional Ironman triathletes like you've never heard before! In Part 1, Coach Matt moderates this honest discussion with three of his elite pros, Kevin Collington, Laura Siddall, and Sarah Piampiano, about goal-setting, managing fears, training management, race day mindset, definitions of success, and so much more. All three are IRONMAN champions and, yet, they still freely admit that there's so much more to learn.  If you think the life of a professional triathlete is easy or enviable, think again. They work hard - NONSTOP. When the physical training stops, the mental training begins.  Even Matt learned a thing or two about his athletes during this deep dive that touched on several topics: What did their path to world-class performance look like? What components do they possess that have shaped their success? What is their definition of success? Do professional athletes still get pre-race anxiety? If so, how do they calm the nerves? What do they think about during the race? How do they approach pain and suffering?  How do they prepare for a long week of training? What is their proudest moment so far and what obstacles have they had to overcome to stand on top of the Ironman podium? Enjoy this epic episode with Ironman Champions and Purple Patch Professionals! :00-:20  Recorded Intro :20-2:30 Matt's Welcome and February 8th Webinar Invitation (Join Us: https://purplepatchfitness.com/blog/webinar-train-your-next-race-purple-patch) 2:30-5:45 Word of the Week: Basics 5:45 - 1:01 Matt's Roundtable with Sarah Piampiano, Kevin Collington, and Laura Siddall To Register for our February 8th Webinar on Purple Patch Custom Programming, Click HERE Follow us and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play Follow the Pros on Instagram: Sarah Piampiano Kevin Collington Laura Siddall Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

1hr 1min

6 Feb 2018

Rank #3

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49 Purple Patch Holiday Gift Guide for Performance

This week, we provide a little fun (and hopefully a little inspiration) for your holiday lens and gift giving! Matt and his team of coaches came together to provide you with some of their holiday performance gift recommendations centered around our Four Pillars of Performance: Endurance Training, Strength and Conditioning, Nutrition, and Recovery.  These ideas aren’t quick fixes or magic shortcuts to performance success. They are simple, actionable, and authentic ideas for your performance-driven loved one. We hope this list provides inspiration, ideas and even, perhaps even a little positive habit change for the New Year. Happy Holidays! To receive a list of our recommendations go to: https://purplepatchfitness.com/gadgets  To ask questions, email: questions@purplepatchfitness.com  Follow Purple Patch Fitness and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps, Promotions and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

30mins

5 Dec 2018

Rank #4

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89 The Pain and the Beauty of Sport

Matt explores the question, 'What Happened?' at this year's IRONMAN World Championships.  Performance predictability and all other signs pointed to a magical day on the Big Island for Sarah Piampiano, a fierce competitor who is coming off her best year of almost a decade in professional racing. Unfortunately, the day was far from magical.  What lessons did coach and athlete draw from the day, and what lessons can you take from this high-profile example? There are no guarantees in sport, which is what makes it so beautiful and painful at the same time. Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

31mins

23 Oct 2019

Rank #5

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52 A Coaches Conversation on Hydration with Andy Blow of Precision Hydration

The backbone of the Purple Patch Podcast is education around performance in both sport and life, and Matt hits it head-on this week in this conversation with Andy Blow, former professional triathlete and Founder of Precision Hydration.  The topic? Hydration in sport, work, and life. If you're a pro athlete, an amateur athlete, a fitness enthusiast, an executive or a busy professional looking for better energy management in life, you'll love this coaches conversation on the impact that hydration (or lack thereof) can have on our daily performance. Not only do they discuss hydration strategies for early morning and late afternoon training, but they also discuss the implications of: Walking through life in a dehydrated state Caffeinated beverages on performance Extended Travel Excessive Alcohol Consumption Dehydration is, simply put, a performance limiter and both Andy and Matt provide practical advice and guidance on proper hydration in both training and daily life to help you reach your athletic and human potential. Precision Hydration is offering a 15% discount at their website using the promo code: purplepatch. There, you can also receive their FREE Hydration Plan.  Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

59mins

15 Jan 2019

Rank #6

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92 The Healthy Athlete

In this powerful episode on healthy development and mindset in sport, Matt outlines optimal coaching habits for creating healthy athletes, lists the top 10 key habits that support longterm health, and he defines what a GOOD coach is.  Mary Cain - New York Times Purple Patch Podcast - Episode 1 To learn more about the Purple Patch Squad, visit: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/squad To submit a question or suggestion on what Matt should do when we reach 1000 reviews: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/podcast Not sure how to leave a review for the podcast at Apple Podcasts?  https://animoto.com/play/Pd9H8YLMAB8stHnpaZ6w9g Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts

46mins

14 Nov 2019

Rank #7

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51 The Art of Coaching and Being Coached

Welcome Back to Season 2 and our first Purple Patch Podcast of 2019! This is the time where people are choosing to be coached for the first time, transitioning to a different coach, or even refreshing their relationship with their current coach. There is a real role for coaches to play in framing the art of coaching and creating a culture of success. On the flip side, the athlete has a real responsibility as well. How can you be coached best? This episode is not just for coaches, but also athletes and fitness enthusiasts who are in a coaching relationship or in charge of their own performance journey. In "The Art of Being Coached," Matt dives deep on: The Roles of a Coach Setting up a Culture of Success From Both Coach and Athlete Perspective Additional Tips on How Should You Be Coached and How Should You Coach?  He also gives listeners a peek into the Purple Patch coaching window with a real-life case study. The quest and hope for this episode is that you see the performance journey as a whole and have the tools to enter into an empowering and trusting partnership that breeds confidence, education, communication, and ultimately, success.  Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

45mins

8 Jan 2019

Rank #8

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56 Matt Hurley - From Prison to Podiums

This episode features a special conversation with a man who is central to the success at Purple Patch. Matt Hurley is the Director of Coaching Operations at Purple Patch and he’s also an accomplished athlete, becoming overall champion at last year’s Ironman 70.3 Maine. He’s a multiple qualifier to the 70.3 World Championships and is also making quite a name in the SwimRun race scene. In fact, last year, he and his partner (fellow Purple Patch Coach, John Stevens), won the overall victory at the SwimRun San Juan Islands- beating a certain Lance Armstrong and his partner, Olympic triathlon champion, Simon Whitfield, to take the overall win. And yet, in this episode, the conversation isn’t centered on athletic or coaching accomplishments. It’s a raw look at process, performance, and personal perseverance. Matt Hurley speaks openly and honestly about his past drug addiction, years of dealing, and subsequent prison sentence. With vulnerability, he shares his journey of hitting rock bottom, coming out the other side of darkness, and finally finding his very own purple patch. We hope that if you’re struggling with addiction, or if you have struggled, perhaps this episode can help you navigate. Even if you’re not, we hope that you find inspiration in this honest and raw portrayal of a true athlete, mentor, coach, and leader. To learn more about Matt Hurley: Instagram Team Every Man Jack To learn more about Purple Patch Coaching, email info@purplepatchfitness.com or visit our Coaching Page. 

58mins

13 Feb 2019

Rank #9

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16 Kyla Channell: Optimizing Hydration for Performance and Daily Life

This episode wraps up our in-depth discussion of both Nutrition and Fueling. If you missed previous episodes on this important Pillar of Performance, we encourage you to go back and listen to Episodes 11 and 12 on Nutrition and Episode 14 on Hydration. Today, we welcome back Purple Patch Fitness Resident Nutritionist, Kyla Channell, for a deep, granular and specific look at hydration, both in performance and in our daily lives. We all know hydration is important to our vitality and performance, but do we really know why? In this episode, Matt and Kyla discuss: The roles of hydration and electrolytes in training and racing Consequences and signs of dehydration Levels at which dehydration where performance declines Points of confusion around dehydration Why you want to keep your hydration and fueling separate What causes cramps? Do we really know? Rules of thumb for electrolyte intake Fueling ratios for races at different distances Actions to take during a race if you start to feel dehydrated The vital role of water in daily life How much water you should consume daily Drinks you should avoid in your daily life Matt and Kyla give a lot of specific advice, but don't worry about taking notes! We've created a cheat sheet with many of the tips and numbers they share on both nutrition and hydration. Download that free cheat sheet here! Just enter your address and, within a few minutes, you'll receive an email with a link to the content.  Also, if you'd like to learn more about your specific needs, consider a comprehensive nutrition consultation with Kyla. She works with athletes all over the world in both daily nutrition as well as race fueling.  :00-:21 Matt’s Weekly Welcome :21-:58 Episode introduction and cheat sheet 1:00- 4:45 Word of the Week - Adversity. Surely, it will come. Performance is never achieved in a linear fashion. Your reaction, however, is what matters most in your journey and adversity is a growth opportunity. 4:45 The Meat and Potatoes: Hydration specifics with Matt Dixon and Kyla Channell Follow us and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps, Promotions and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

1hr 2mins

10 Apr 2018

Rank #10

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60 The Power of Post-Workout Fueling

Are you chronically underfed and overstressed? Most time-starved athletes are. In the context of our busy lives, the vast majority of us tend to undercut our calories relative to our training demands. Unfortunately, the cost of doing so is immense. A random approach to nutrition and fueling leads to athletes who are frustrated with energy fluctuations, a lack of portion control, and lower training consistency. This confusion often leads to trying new things and falling prey to the latest eating evangelism. In this episode. Matt shares his thoughts on post-workout fueling with Purple Patch athlete case studies. In each, these athletes have adopted certain eating habits that, inherently, aren’t bad, but can (and do) lead to decreased performance when not executed properly. Through these examples, Matt outlines his quick tips on how to time your meals relative to the time of day you train, what types of foods to eat before and after training sessions, and warning signs to heed if you are struggling. Ultimately, you want your nutrition and fueling to be anchored around pragmatism and repeatable habits. Enjoy.  Follow Purple Patch Fitness and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps, Promotions and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

37mins

19 Mar 2019

Rank #11

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84 Postseason: Prepare to Chase Your Best Performance in 2020

The most common mistake of amateur athletes is to take too much of an unstructured break between the last race of the season and then ramping back into specific work. The other is to stubbornly train on with the same vigor, fearful of losing fitness. So how do we balance both rest and progression within a phase of training? We set the proper mindset for the Postseason: The postseason is a phase of preparation, in which you develop the bedrock of technique and tissue readiness, which will maximize the yield of your hard work awaiting you in the months ahead.  In this episode, Matt outlines: Keys to a successful postseason phase Ideas on how to refresh and rejuvenate Objectives of postseason - what do you want to accomplish? The importance of Strength and Conditioning To learn more about the Purple Patch Squad, visit: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/squad To submit a question or suggestion on what Matt should do when we reach 1000 reviews: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/podcast Not sure how to leave a review for the podcast at Apple Podcasts?  https://animoto.com/play/Pd9H8YLMAB8stHnpaZ6w9g Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

28mins

18 Sep 2019

Rank #12

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97 Tom Andrews - Leadership, Vision, and Navigating Big Moments of Change in Business and Athletics

Tom Andrews is founder of TJA Leadership - a leadership strategy firm that works with some of the largest corporations and executives in big moments of change. His vast and varied list of clients includes Starbucks, SoulCycle, American Express, Kohls, and many more. In this dynamic interview, Matt and Tom discuss the undeniable parallels and intersections between performance in athletics and that in the business world as it pertains to Excellence, Leadership, Vision, Teamwork and Navigating Change. Why is it critically important to have a mission and vision for an organization and team? What makes a great team? What characteristics make a great coach or leader? What is the definition of leadership? How does a company and/or team navigate change and transition? This one may be for the business-minded, but because of the undeniable correlation between sports performance and business leadership, anyone who seeks improvement in a coaching or team dynamic will certainly benefit. TJA Leadership Resources: TJA Leadership website TJA Leaderhip Instagram Purple Patch Resources: Register for the Purple Patch January 9th webinar with Matt Dixon, "Critical Steps for Thriving as a Time-Starved Athlete in 2020" Learn More about Purple Patch 1:1 Coaching Learn More about Purple Patch Squad Not sure how to leave a review for the podcast at Apple Podcasts?  Watch this :10 sec video Want to submit a podcast question? Click Here Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts

1hr 12mins

8 Jan 2020

Rank #13

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82 Not Your Typical Purple Patch Athlete...Or, Is She?

We are ALL IN...the family this week as Matt interviews his wife and business partner, Kelli McMaster, about her recent marathon journey. . Kelli may not be your typical elite triathlete, but she is the epitome of a Purple Patch athlete who, like many, integrates sport into her time-starved life and uses multisport training as a lifestyle to enhance her life as a mom, wife and working professional. . You'll hear how she adheres to the four pillars of performance - prioritizing not just her unconventional training, but also her nutrition, strength and recovery protocols. . As she says, "This is a rally cry for people to know that you're much stronger than you think you are and that you have to take this problem and break it up into small chunks and work through it step-by-step." . Congratulations, Kelli! Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

56mins

4 Sep 2019

Rank #14

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107 Navigating Adversity in Covid-19

This is a time for resilience and call-to-action from Coach Matt Dixon and Purple Patch Fitness.  What should you do as a performance-minded individual in these uncertain times? Matt Dixon outlines a path and direction to reframe your mindset and empower you to control the controllables.

39mins

17 Mar 2020

Rank #15

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99 Going from Good to Great- Athlete Development and Evolution

Matt discusses the long-term evolution of athletes with two real-life case studies of everyday people and athletes who reimagined and reinvented their approach to performance. The goal with each of these athletes? To raise their performance over the adversity of aspects such as age, injury, and a fixed mindset. Your performance evolution is a journey and it is one that takes patience and time. It also takes courage - the courage to evolve an approach that may no longer serve you. Do you have the courage to view your training through a different lens? These athletes did, and they are thriving as a result. Episode Resources and Show Notes: Learn More about Purple Patch 1:1 Coaching Learn More about Purple Patch Squad Not sure how to leave a review for the podcast at Apple Podcasts?  Watch this :10 sec video Want to submit a podcast question? Click Here Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Copyright 2020 All Rights Reserved

45mins

22 Jan 2020

Rank #16

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57 Develop a Recovery Mindset - Do You Have the Courage?

As the importance of recovery has increased and the knowledge and benefits surrounding this topic have grown more popular, it has opened the door to a fleet of pseudoscience and heavy marketing that only leads to confusion and dilution of the message around recovery. Today's podcast takes on two real case studies of Purple Patch athletes who have been challenged with integrating a recovery mindset into their busy routines. With each, Matt Dixon illustrates that, in order to integrate recovery in a time-sensitive way and pragmatic way, you don’t have to buy toys or take potions and lotions. You don't have to be fooled by quick-fixes and snake oil salesmen. There is no magical monitoring device. No - recovery is a mindset that must be developed and integrated into your life. We, as time-starved fitness enthusiasts, may not be able to absorb as much physical training stress as a pro, but we definitely manage a large amount of stress in our daily lives.  For this reason, recovery within a time-starved life is a critical backbone to your performance evolution and cannot be an afterthought.  You simply have to get it right if you’re not only going to improve in sport, but also thrive in health, work performance, and ultimately be the best version of yourself that you can be for your family and friends.  The valuable lesson in this episode? You cannot buy recovery. Your habits and mindset create the power of recovery. It takes courage to recover and the willingness to evolve. Recovery is your route to maximize your return on your training investment.  See Matt Live in San Francisco on February 24th Details on the Christie Aschwanden/Matt Dixon in-store appearance and discussion of the new book, " Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery" 

43mins

19 Feb 2019

Rank #17

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19 Jesse Thomas -Part 2 - Balancing a Big Life as Husband, Father, CEO, and Pro Triathlete

In Part 1 the Jesse Thomas story with Matt Dixon, Jesse and Matt reminisced about Jesse's surprising and humorous entrance into the world of professional triathlon racing with his unsuspecting win at the legendary Wildflower Triathlon. Since then, he's gone on to win six Wildflower titles, two Ironmans and countless 70.3s, performing at the top level for practically the last decade.  Today, Jesse is still performing at a world-class level, but much has changed for him and his family. Now, he and wife, Lauren Fleshman, are parents to two young children. He's also CEO of fast-growing Picky Bars, as well as his own brand. While professional triathlon is still incredibly important, it's certainly not his sole focus.  This is a story of the transition from an unapologetic quest for world-class performance to high performance across sport, work, and life. In this episode, you'll hear Jesse and Matt discuss: What drives him now in this new phase of life How he describes balance How he prioritizes his day with family, work, and training How he overcomes adversity What has allowed him to keep improving The role and value that a coach plays in maximizing the hours he does have His proudest moments There are so many lessons for any time-starved individual in this honest and introspective conversation.  The mission of Purple Patch Fitness is to empower and educate every human being to reach their athletic potential. Through the lens of reaching your athletic potential, you reach your human potential. Jesse is a prime example of reaching both athletic and human potential.  In celebration of the return of the Wildflower Triathlon and Jesse’s return to the start line, we’ve teamed up with Roka and Picky Bars to giveaway prize packs valued at over $2000! Visit purplepatchfitness.com/wildflowergiveawway to register. Wildflower Giveaway Jesse Thomas Instagram Jesse Thomas Website Jesse Thomas Facebook Jesse Thomas Twitter Roka Instagram Roka Facebook Roka Twitter Roka Website Picky Bars Instagram Picky Bars Facebook Picky Bars Twitter Picky Bars Website Follow Purple Patch Fitness and learn more about our Coaching Services, Training Camps, Promotions and Matt's Latest Book, Fast Track Triathlete: Purple Patch Fitness Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for taking a listen and, if you like what you hear, please subscribe, share, rate and review. Your feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to the Purple Patch Podcast: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

50mins

26 Apr 2018

Rank #18

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62 Thriving in Work and Life - Become a Better Version of You

Today, through the case study of a Purple Patch athlete, Matt outlines a recipe for energy, success, and the ability to be the best person you can be even if you would never profess to be an athlete. In fact, you don't have to be an athlete to adopt an athletic mindset. You don't even have to aspire to be athletic. What you do need is the desire to excel, thrive, and be the best version of yourself. Matt outlines his thoughts around structuring success and performance around: Work Training Your Personal Rejuvenation Habits Get this recipe right and you will thrive in the broader scheme of life. You may not be a world-class athlete, but you are world-class performer.  This episode will challenge you to look for opportunities to shift and refine your approach. Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved

32mins

2 Apr 2019

Rank #19

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59 Dr. Steve Ingham - How to Support a Champion

This week, Matt has an in-depth Coaches discussion with Dr. Steve Ingham, author of the best selling ‘How to Support a Champion: The art of applying science to the elite athlete’, discussing and inspiring the importance of learning and adapting to reach our maximum potential. Dr Steve Ingham is considered 'performance royalty,' as one of the UK’s leading figures in sport and one of the world’s leading performance scientists. He is steeped in high performance and has been integral to the development of Britain into an Olympic superpower.  Steve has gained high-performance insight working at the British Olympic Association from 1998 to 2004, where he was Senior Sports Physiologist and Sports Science Manager; and at the English Institute of Sport, from 2004 to 2016, where he was Head of Physiology and latterly the Director of Science and Technical Development, leading a team of 200 scientists in support of Team GB and Paralympics GB. Ingham holds a BSc, PhD and is a Fellow of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Today, Dr. Ingham and his team lead Supporting Champions, a company working in high-performance sports and businesses to support and champion you, your teams and systems. To learn more about Dr. Ingham and Supporting Champions: Steve Ingham TwitterSupporting Champions Website   Supporting Champions Social media: Twitter FacebookInstagram 

1hr 11mins

5 Mar 2019

Rank #20