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  • Science and stories from the brightest minds across many disciplines to help youth athletes unlock personal performance & develop their sporting potential.
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  • Oct 3 2022

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    Andy Milne (@carmelhealth) is a teacher, creator, TEDx Speaker and father of two young boys. Originally from England, Andy taught physical education in London for 12 years before moving to America in 2008, where he now teaches Kinetic Wellness and Health at New Trier High School, just north of Chicago. 

    Andy received his BA (hons) in Sports & Recreation at Staffordshire University and his Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Exeter University. In 2017 he earned the award for the National Health Teacher of the Year. 

    In this conversation, Andy and I discuss what it means to be creative, the skills of health, why relationships are so important, developing empathy, the power of community, and much more.
     
    Kia ora! 

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    1 hr and 20 mins
  • Sep 23 2022

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    Erin Bowerman (@dancestrength_nz) is a movement specialist working in dance. She holds a Masters Degree from AUT University, where she carried out her research at the Australian Ballet School in conjunction with High Performance Sport New Zealand looking at the risk factors for overuse injuries in elite adolescent ballet dancers.

    Erin works as a strength coach for the New Zealand Dance Company and the New Zealand Youth Ballet Company. From 2016-2018, she was based in London where she coached at the Royal Ballet School White Lodge and the National Centre for Circus Arts.

    In this conversation, Erin shares her story of personal dancing failure to transformation in dancer development.  Please enjoy the show. Kia ora!

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    1 hr and 12 mins
  • Sep 12 2022

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     James Mortimer (@jamesmortimernz) is a former national hurdles and sprint athlete, having represented New Zealand at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.

    James now coaches a group of some of our fastest athletes, including Zoe Hobbs, who recently ran 11.08 seconds at the Athletics World Championships in the US to set a new New Zealand record. He also works at Diocesan School for Girls in Auckland where he manages day to day operations of a portfolio of sports from Year 7-13 level.

    As James puts it, "speed kills", and in this conversation, he shares his approach to developing it. 

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    1 hr and 20 mins

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