Recovery Rocks ~ an Interview with Ian Young

Ian Young’s default program is set on ‘jolly.’ He is relentlessly jolly. Which is a pretty good place for an ex-crack and heroin addict and alcoholic. it’s pretty bloody amazing when you consider he should be dead now and it is nothing short of a miracle that he is not only alive and well, but also very jolly. Ian now runs …

Post Kilimanjaro…

Well, I’ve only gone and done it again; that’s twice now in under 12 months that I’ve managed to successfully scale Mount Kilimanjaro. Anyone who knows me will know what a huge feat this is for me – I’m not well known for my athleticism, and I’m entirely un-designed aerodynamically for this type of physical challenge. Furthermore, I have a …

One-To-One Coaching & Mentoring For Success

Recently I was fortunate to witness the incredible Mo Farah win another gold for the Great Britain medal pot. As we all stood united and proud behind our medal-winning GB athletes, we marvelled at the amazing feats that these brilliant people pulled out of the bag for our country. So what was their secret? While the French believed our cyclists …