In today’s podcast we catch up with Susie Cheetham who’s a professional triathlete and came 6th at the Iron Man World Championships in 2015.
Susie provides advice, top tips and tactics for all aspects of the race from the the swim, cycle, run and how to make the transitions work best for you.
Susie shares her first experience of fitness at a young age and how by deciding to join a running club, it's changed the whole direction of her life.
We also discuss the following:-
Are you training for a triathlon? Want to learn more? Then listen to Helen Russell (World Champion Duathlete & Triathlete) and Gale Bernhardt (USA Olympic Triathlon Team & Olympic Cycling Coach) on the Tough Girl Podcast!
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Arry hated sports, hating being active and was completely turned off exercise from a young age. At school she came up with every excuse under the sun not to get active!
But what changed?
What led her to take up running and to eventually taking on the challenge of being the first person to run around the perimeter of Wales via the newly opened Coastal Path and Offas Dyke.
What were her motivations and the reasons behind the challenge?
During this podcast we learn more about Arry and how she's inspired others to get into sports and fitness. How’s she's battled grief, anxiety, depression and haters - people who still say she ‘doesn’t look like a runner’.
Arry’s a remarkable women, who has a fantastic story to share.
During this podcast you’ll be inspired and motivated as well as picking up loads of top tips and advice about undertaking a challenge and getting outside of your comfort zone.
What are you waiting for! It’s time to listen to Arry’s story.
We also talk about the following:
This is one inspiring story and to learn more about the Dragon Run and to be kept unto date with Arry’s next challenge - Check out her blog!
Arry's goal was to raise £25K for Velindre Cancer Centre and Gozo CCU Foundation. The fundraising continues! You can support by clicking HERE!
Kathryn is an author of three books as well as producing and directing her debut documentary film: HALF THE ROAD: The passion, pitfalls & power of women’s professional cycling.
During this podcast we discuss a variety of different topics from the books she's written, why she’s so passionate about road cycling, as well as women’s equality in sports and her plans for the future.
We also discuss the following:
Learn more about - Half the Road by visiting the website www.halftheroad.com
Learn more about Kathryn - http://www.kathrynbertine.com
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Have a fantastic week! Sarah x
Happy New Year and Welcome to 2016!
I’m so excited to kick off the New Year with this awesome podcast episode which is bound to inspire and motivate you.
Today we’ll be talking to Annie Ross from eXerK. She set out in 2015 to complete 52 challenges in 52 weeks in an attempt to encourage busy people in and around London (maybe even the world) to make time for the things they care about – whatever it may be.
Annie has a full time job working in banking, but she was sick and tired of the lack of exercise in her life. In December 2014 she decided to make a change and she started the eXerK project on the 1st January 2015.
During this podcast we discuss:
“Go on – set your goals, carve out time, be determined and just get on with it”
Project Awesome - is a FREE fitness movement in London that gets you out of bed and into shape.
I’m also on twitter @_TOUGH_GIRL come and say hi! If you’ve enjoyed please take 2 mins to write a review on iTunes and share with your friends!
I’ll be back next Tuesday for another awesome - Tough Girl Podcast episode at 7 am UK Time!