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A podcast for Parents, Sports Coaches, PE Teachers, Support staff and anyone else interested in Youth Athletic Development! Our mission is to support grassroots coaches in the development of youth athletes. Here you'll find interviews with technical coaches, support staff, researchers and former athletes, helping us all to improve our coaching with young athletes.
 
Each interview contains 3 big ideas to transform your life or business. We believe each idea shared can be transformational for you or your business growth. Each week you'll get our positive news that transforms lives. These big ideas help to inspire people to live more abundant lives. This show is hosted by military veteran and entrepreneur, Jeremy C. Jones. He has interviewed 180+ experts including Gary Vaynerchuk, Bob Burg, Ivan Misner, John David Mann, Rob Basso, and many more.
 
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David Dunne is a Performance Nutritionist with an array of experience working in elite sport with Harlequins, Queens Park Rangers FC, Bradford Bulls, British Fencing, British Canoeing and Professional Golfers. He is also the CEO of Hexis Performance and is currently completing a PhD in Digital Health and Behaviour Change. In this episode David disc…
 
Dr Nico Kolokythas has over 15 years experience in the athletic development of the adolescent in elite performance in a variety of sports (Judo, Netball, Basketball, Football, Taekwondo, Tennis). He is also currently the strength and conditioning coach for professional martial artists in Mixed Martial Arts. Based at Elmhurst Ballet School, U.K. he …
 
Steffan Jones is the last dual professional sportsman in the United Kingdom having played 3 years professional rugby and 20 years professional cricket. Currently, he is Director of Sport Performance at a Wellington School in England and a global fast bowling consultant. He is the fast bowling development coach for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL as…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Having a self-care routine to connect yourself to your intuition Notice what comes up for you when you want to hold back (what stories hold you back) Practice telling your story on a social media platform Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/206…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: To cut through all the Noise online, we must have a Clear & Compelling Idea. Attention doesn't convert to sales automatically. There are 3 Stages of Influence, and influence is the best way to convert attention into sales Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJone…
 
Jan Willem Teunissen has B. in PE and a MSc. in talent development & exercise physiology from VU University Amsterdam. In the past he worked for elite soccer club Ajax Amsterdam and implemented an all-round development program and maturity related individual training program within the youth academy. Furthermore, Jan Willem was head of the performa…
 
Tom Farrow is a Physical Performance Specialist and is the Founder & Co-Director of Areté Performance, He was the Head of Physical Performance for England & Team GB 7s Men’s teams Until August, when the programme was unfortunately cut due to losing funding during Coronavirus. Tom was also a Contact Skills Specialist with the Men’s 7s programme and …
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Empower yourself to start planning your financial success with confidence Discover how the market can actually go DOWN, and it why it doesn't always take your money with it How college can be paid for with little or no debt Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJo…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Sustainability Real Estate Developing Innovation and Technology in Real Estate Do what you do for the love of it not the money... Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/204
 
Andy is an Athletic Development and Physical Well-being coach at Merchant Taylors' school and leads the UKSCA Special interest group for Strength and conditioning in schools. Steven studied maths at oxford and computer science at UCL and has a background coaching and competing in long-distance triathlon. After many races, and many hours of talking …
 
Lana Skeldon is a current International Rugby Player recently earning her 40th Cap for Scotland against France in the Women’s Six Nations. In this episode Lana discusses: Overcoming limited opportunities locally to play rugby. The psychological challenge of changing position. Being inspired by coaches and fellow players. Her take on training with "…
 
Ben Pullen is a PhD student in the Youth Physical Development Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research focuses on the impact of strength and conditioning on the athletic motor skill competencies and the psychological attributes of youths. His PhD is a joint project with the Welsh Institute of Performance Science, Sport Wales and Swan…
 
Trevor Ragan is the founder of The Learner Lab - an educational website designed to unpack and share the science of learning and development. He spends his time with thought leaders and researchers from the worlds of psychology and developmental science, consumes their research, connects the dots, and shares it with anyone that will listen. He's wo…
 
Dr John Radnor is a Lecturer and researcher in Strength and Conditioning at Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research interests surround youth S&C, and he has recently completed his PhD in Paediatric Exercise Science. John has previously worked with Welsh Rowing and the GB Start Programme, as well as previously being an academy S&C coach at Exe…
 
Amanda Johnson has worked as a physiotherapist in several sports at a high level including Great Britain Aquatic teams particularly swimming, synchro swimming and 10 years with the GB diving team. She has also travelled with the England Athletics Team to international camps and competitions. Mandy served for 5 years as the England Women’s Football …
 
Brett Klika, founder of SPIDERfit Kids is regarded as an international expert in the field of inspiring kids to be active for life, He is also an IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year award winner, author, and international motivational speaker inspiring men, women, and children around the world to create a culture of wellness in their home and live th…
 
Jamie Salter has worked in professional football and rugby league with both youth and adult athletes in a physical preparation role at Barnsley FC, Middlesbrough FC and York Knights RLFC whilst working with various athletes on an ad-hoc basis for many years. Alongside applied experience, he has spent most of my career in education as a lecturer in …
 
Helen Collins is a Sport & Exercise Scientist at the Institute of Sport and Exercise, University of Dundee. She is currently undertaking a PhD through the University of Edinburgh, investigating resistance training as a strategy to encourage less active and/or overweight children to become more active and healthier. During her 17 years at the Univer…
 
Andy Taylor was a professional footballer for nearly 10 years starting at Manchester United and then moving on to Exeter City. He completed a Foundation Degree in Sports Performance at the University of Bath in Sports Performance and a First Class honours degree in Strength and Conditioning at the University of Plymouth St Mark & St John. This comb…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Most people try to reach goals with action, but that's going about it the longer way. 3 main components of success are Beliefs, Habits, Mindset Once you understand these components by working on your Mindset you can make your life easier and reach your goals faster. Get the show notes and more resources relate…
 
Andy Kirkland has been working professionally in sport for the last 10 years, initially as a sports scientist at the Scottish Institute of Sport, then British Cycling and now as a Lecturer in Sports Coaching at the University of Stirling. He’s been involved at every level, ranging from teaching young children to swim, working with development and p…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: It starts with understanding your own why, strengths, and values. Your organization needs a clear why, and must know it's strengths, and values. Everyone on the team needs to be able to align their personal why, strengths, and values with the organization. Get the show notes and more resources related to this …
 
Niall MacSweeney completed his MSc at St Mary’s University. Whilst studying, he secured a position as an S&C coach at White Lodge, which houses The Royal Ballet School students aged 11-16. Niall has previously worked with a variety of sports including the University of Liverpool sports teams, London Broncos, and GB Sitting Volleyball. Niall also ha…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Tenacity Integrity Mindful action Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/201
 
Wendy Glover is a Health and Physical Education Teacher and Coach. She has dedicated her 22+ year career to approaching teen athletes as future contributors to sport through education, community involvement, and mentorship. She has written Health and Wellness, and Sport Management courses for the Ontario Ministry of Education, and many programs to …
 
Stuart Edwards or “Eddo” is the Head of Rugby at Stewarts Melville College recently winning the Scottish Schools Cup in 2019. He is also the Backs coach for the Scotland U18 National Team, as well as a current player for Heriots in the Super 6 league in Scotland. In this episode He discusses: His experiences in the National Age Grade system in Scot…
 
Sam's coaching background includes multiple coaching roles for AFL New Zealand, however, he has primarily been a skills coach in Rugby Union and League, specialising in kicking and high ball catching. He has worked across the youth, community and professional ranks, including the Auckland Rugby Academy and the New Zealand Warriors NRL team. Sam com…
 
Nathan Parnham is an Athletic Development Coach based in Sydney Australia. He has worked in various roles throughout his career in the development and professional space across both genders for close to two decades. He has recently taken up a role as head of athletic development for St Augustine’s College. He has played role in the development of a…
 
Shayne qualified with a first- class honours degree in Sports and Exercise Sciences from University of Limerick in 2010, completing his MSc in Sport Science in 2012, certifying as a Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2013. Shayne has been working in elite football for over 11 years across first team and academy squads in the Premier League, includi…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Leaders lead from a position of influence, and not power to be more effective. Leaders model what they want to see in the culture. Leaders must be clear in defining vision and expectations. Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/200…
 
Robin is currently the Men’s Pathways Athletic Performance Manager at England Rugby, having worked with the Under-20s team for 6 seasons now. Having previously held roles in the Academies at both Gloucester Rugby and Leicester Tigers, Robin has good experience working with the developing Rugby Player. In this episode Robin discusses: His involvemen…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: The #1 obstacle to success for EVERY entrepreneur, coach, consultant, etc. The simple 3 step process for finding, engaging and selling to your ideal clients on LinkedIn ... WITHOUT being sleazy or spammy The #1 way to stand out from the crowd online if you're a business coach, consultant, entrepreneur, etc. Ge…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: How to create your million dollar moment and what this means for each of us. I’d like to share my own transition/career pivot which shows that you can make a career pivot at any age, as well as give some of my top tools for deciding if it’s time to make a change. Everyone deserves to love what they do and do w…
 
Amy Spencer is an Accredited Sports Psychologist at Southampton FC. She has worked at the club for the last eight years ranging from 1st team players to U9’s, covering various aspects of performance to well-being. She is also currently completing a PhD in mindfulness in football. Megan Hill is a final year PhD Student at the University of Bath in c…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Why habitual conflict avoidance is a problem How to shift conflict avoidant thinking Changing perceptions rests with changing your conflict avoidant behaviors Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/197
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: How to Survey Your Audience So They Spill the Beans on What They Will Buy How to Do a Beta Launch & Pre-Sell Your Course How to Deliver Your Course LIVE & Make it Evergreen. Get the show notes and more resources related to this episode here: https://AskJeremyJones.com/196…
 
Mark Robertson is a former International Rugby Sevens player and Olympian, amassing 56 tournaments for Scotland Sevens, securing their first ever HSBC World Series win in London, as well as winning a silver medal for Great Britain at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Since retiring he has worked as a Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Scottish Rugby Academ…
 
Dr Martina Navarro is a Senior lecturer in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science, University of Portsmouth. She is an Experimental Psychologist, with a range of interests in the area of skill learning, expertise and performance under pressure. Martina is particularly interested in how practice design and psychophysiological processes med…
 
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