Archive for August 2018

On this week's episode of Sound Bites Maricarmen Farias discusses the best way to find your target race weight - percentage of body fat and how you come up with that figure. If it ...

On this month episode of Fair Play, Zoe George is joined by RNZ sports journalist Ravinder Hunia the co-host chair to discuss cricket with NZ Cricket’s Catherine Campbell and the g...

This week on the FAB Podcast, we have the honor of speaking with trailblazing sports broadcaster, Lisa Byington, as the kick-off of our Women of BTN (Big Ten Network) Series. She h...

On this week's show Poppy Cleall is joined by Chris Stafford standing in for Kim Donaldson. Poppy offers a review of the Under 20 Tri Nations that recently took place in Halifax, N...

We continue our lead up to the FEI World Equestrian Games, which will be held in Tryon NC from Sept 11 to the 23rd, by profiling another rider who is in contention to represent the...

Siri Lindley and Bek Keat share their combined experiences of racing an Ironman and coaching several triathletes to prepare for the big race. They share advice on how to ensure tha...

Dr. Heather North explains what happens when we crack our joints and dispels the myths surrounding this. What happens when the joints are cracked and what makes the cracking noise?...

This week, Kristin Ray chats with Mia Corsini, Director of Events for U.S. Figure Skating. With events jobs in such a high demand from young women around the country, Mia shines so...

On this week’s episode Mick Swagger talks to Jessica McCarroll aka “Rogue Runner” about making the transition from player to coach. They discuss her journey into coaching and the o...

Canadian eventer Jessica Phoenix rode both of her World Equestrian Team hopefuls at this weekend’s Bromont CIC event near Montreal: Bogue Sound competed in the CIC 3 star where he ...

In this episode Yoga Teacher Claire Deacon addresses mental health issues and how yoga can help anxiety, stress and depression, will share some key poses. For people suffering from...

Did you know about 70% of athletes struggle with GI issues? If you are one of those this episode is for you. Sports nutritionalist and triathlete Maricarmen Farias explains GI Dist...

On this week’s episode Kristin Ray chats with Professional Image Expert, Janice Hurley. Having worked with many former female athletes on their professional image, Janice talks wit...

On this month's Talking Point, Lisa Ingarfield talks to Anne Lieberman who is a queer, intersectional feminist and lifelong martial artist. As Director of Policy & Programs at ...

Dressage rider Adrienne Lyle, 33, from Widbey Island, Washington State and currently training in Wellington, Florida, will be competing in her second World Equestrian Games next mo...

Siri Lindley and Bek Keat present a number of training options for athletes who have limited time to train due to other commitments such as a full-time job, and how to maximize the...

On this week's episode Dr. Heather North explains why and how we need to be mindful of our posture in our daily routines and  takes us through a range of exercises to counter those...

On this week’s episode, Kristin Ray, speaks with Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard, Assistant General Counsel of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  The conversation covers a plethora of topics, inclu...

On this month’s episode Abby Ehler chats to Sam Davies, former skipper of Team SCA/ Volvo Ocean Race sailor who is vying for the 2020 Vendee Globe Race, Elodie Mettraux,  also form...

U.S. Eventer Lynn Symansky has been selected for the World Equestrian Games with her long-time partner the 15 year old Thoroughbred Donner owned by The Donner Syndicate. Lynn is no...

Maricarmen offers different ways to help you lose starting with goal setting, explaining that you have to have the willpower and commitment much as you do in life and especially as...

Former Team Canada Hooker Kim Donaldson is joined again by Saracens & England Lock Poppy Cleall to review the latest news and share their views on the world of women’s rugby. P...

Statistics show that women are less likely to fight for the raise or promotion that they believe they are due, based on how they will come across at work.  On this episode, we cont...

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