Category: THE PODCAST

1.04 – Who is the Mental GOAT? Part II

The Mental GOAT conversation continues. In Part II, we talk more about the qualities that make up mental ‘greatness’ – whatever that is – and how we can develop them in practice.  With Dr Chelsi Day, a specialist in clinical psychology at ‘The’ Ohio State University, Todd Cauthorn, ex-professional Basketball player, and Dr Leah Washington a professor of Sports Medicine and Sport Psychology, whose favourite colour is glitter. 

1.03 – Who is the Mental GOAT?

This week, Dr Pete and Hugh are joined by Dr Chelsi Day, Sport Psychologist at ‘The’ Ohio State University, Todd Cauthorn, ex-professional Basketball player, and Dr Leah Washington, a professor of Sports Medicine and Sport Psychology. In this episode we try to determine, once and for all, who – mentally speaking anyway – is the greatest athlete of all time…. Who is the Mental GOAT? 

 

1.02 – Is there such a thing as a winning mindset?

We talk to Prof. Dave Collins, Director at Grey Matters Performance Ltd., about the idea of a ‘winning mindset’. Dave has worked with over 70 World or Olympic medalists, coached to national level in three sports, is a 5th Dan black belt in Karate, and an ex Royal Marine – and that’s not even the half of it! 

In this episode, we explore the concept of the ‘winning mindset’ and what such a thing might actually consist of. We talk about whether personality might play a role, the importance of context, and whether or not we can learn to exhibit a winning mentality. 

1.01 – What is sport psychology anyway?

In this episode, Dr Pete Olusoga & Hugh Gilmore talk to Dr Jonathan Fader, a clinical and performance psychologist, best known for his work in Major League Baseball and the NFL. We discuss what sport psychology is (and what it isn’t), and some of the ways that psychology might help athletes and coaches take their performance to the next level. 

Dr. Fader is the co-founder of Union Square Practice, a mental health centre, and SportStrata, a performance coaching group, located in New York City, and is the author of Life as Sport

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