In the podcast we talk all about his impressive military career, how his upbringing led him to his career path, as well as Jay's book, his love for vehicles, how that led to his racing career and the daily strategies he uses to enable him to be on top of his game and truly Live On Form.
Fergus Crawley is one of the new generation of hybrid athletes paving a new path forward in the art of human physical performance. Combining powerlifting, with ultra-running, triathlon and weight training, Fergus has undertaken a series of challenge events across all the platforms, recently completing a challenge to perform a 500lb squat and a 5-minute mile in the same day.
Verbal comms strategist and TEDx speaker and curator Helen Packham joins us on the Live On Form Podcast to share her inspiring journey. After a number of personal challenges, Helen would be the first to admit she lost her way. She ran away from her career, was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and pretty much hid from the world.
In the episode, we talk to Mike about his experience in the military and how he has been able to transfer and adapt those skills into his coaching, as well as uncovering Mike's high-performance routine and his plans for the future.
Most of the farming community were brought up on farms and learned a skill and profession passed on through generations. This was far from the case for 28-year-old Hannah Jackson. Already pursuing a career in wildlife Hannahs journey took a swift turn on an annual family trip to the Lake District, from then on farming and animals have been her world. A challenging journey ensued to make her mark in a male and generationally dominated industry. The Red Shepherdess was born.
We talk to Greg about his journey into coaching and his desire to help the Gen Xers, the generation stuck in the middle, old enough to be raising families, yet young enough to be caring for parents, the workhorses who keep society ticking.
Against a market filled with bigger, more established oil tankers, Marcus and Jack have been able to use their natural skill set and feet on the ground hard graft, to build something that sets them apart.
Thetford Town FC, player-manager Matt Morton joins us on the Live On Form Podcast. He speaks to us about his decision to come out to friends, family and teammates two years ago and the reactions he’s experienced in the world of football. He explains his mission to make a difference to the well-documented homophobia that exists in football and his journey up until that point.
This week on the Live On Form Podcast we are joined by undoubtedly Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s Greatest Of All Time Roger Gracie. Ten times world champion and the grandson of the founder of the art, Carlos Gracie.
Tommy Coyle is an icon amongst British boxing fans and aficionados. An uncompromising personality, he brought the passion with which he lived his life, directly into the ring, showing his vulnerabilities as well as his fierce front foot style and willingness to stand toe to toe with some of the best.
Former British judo champion and BJJ Black Belt, Bobby Rich joins us today to talk about his exceptional Judo career and how an impromptu meeting led to him moving down his current career path.
As a younger man, Simon ventured to California to become a snowboarder, the journey led him into being able to combine his passion for non-conformity, with entrepreneurship and he set off on his journey to build something that he could define as "success".