Imagine starting your day with a ride through rolling hills finishing up with coaching over a beautiful coffee and post-training reward at any one of Melbourne’s great cafes. You’ll feel invigorated and leave with renewed energy, clarity and purpose as you move on to the rest of your day. Starting in November, I’m excited to announce … Read more
Everyone has their strengths. Maybe they’re physiological, maybe they are aspects of your character. Some are obvious, like speed or intelligence, others might not even be apparent as strengths until you find yourself in a situation where you find you have what it takes not merely to get by but to excel. This is where … Read more
Only a few weeks until the next Tour de France. In our house (like most on this side of the world) this traditionally means late nights, falling asleep to the dulcet sounds of Phil Ligget’s commentary and praying for Cadel’s safe and successful passage to Paris. This year I’m not so sure, if the Giro … Read more
No matter what you do, there will be some part of it which brings up pain and discomfort at some level and our ability to push through this will determine our success.
My wife and I are big fans of the Tour de France. In particular, we’re fans of the great Australian cyclist Cadel Evans. As much as we love the race, this also usually means that for three weeks in July we’re watching out for him on each stage, late into the night, praying for his … Read more
The emphasis is on whole body-mind-life wellness, and keeping up habits of body and mind that contribute toward building and maintaining this.
It takes great courage and spirit to arise from the challenges that confront us, and even more again to share this experience with others. Yesterday, it was very inspiring to hear the tennis player Jelena Dokic talk after her first round win at the Australian Open. She spoke openly about her struggle with depression which … Read more