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Exploring the past, present, and future of Canadian rowing athletes on their path to Tokyo 2020 - with a few meandering detours. Presented by Nicola Wealth. www.nicolawealth.com Your host, Adam Kreek, is an Executive Business Coach, author, and a two-time Olympian who won Gold as a member of the Men’s Eight at Beijing 2008. In this podcast, you’ll hear how the next generation of elite rowers evolved to who they are today, the challenges and excitements within their current training plan, and ...
 
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Everyone watches the Olympics and it is easy to appreciate the level of skill of any athlete competing there but it is hard to understand the journey each athlete has taken to get there by just watching their final performance. In this final episode before the start of the Games, we are going to look at the behind-the-scenes stuff with Lawrence Bri…
 
References From the Episode: DiSC profile personality assessment - https://www.discprofile.com/what-is-disc Get to Know the Athletes: Here we have the Canadian Women's Eight. A fired-up group of contenders that will have worked hard to build a culture of unparalleled support. In this episode, we have the coxswain, eight rowers and a spare. Kristen …
 
How proven is the link between the mind and the body? And what can we learn from athletes who are recovering from injury at the top of their game? Boost your mind power and boost your strength with insights from the Mindful Four - Nicole Hare, Jennifer Martins, Kristina Walker, and Stephanie Grauer. References From the Episode: Kristina's Podcast "…
 
Why should you curl your toes to start the recovery? How can you let go and just row the boat? What's it like to spend every summer growing up with your family in a 500 square foot / 46 square meter cabin? The quiet, thoughtful and insightful Trevor Jones, will tell you how. References From the Episode: This episode is sponsored by Whitehall Rowing…
 
What do you get when you double up a BSc in cell biology and an engineer pursuing a master's degree in neuroscience? The Canadian Women's Double - Gabby Smith and Jess Sevick. In this episode, we dig deeper into sports science and training methods. Your future, fitter self can thank the Canadian Women's Double later. References From the Episode: Mu…
 
What do you get when you combine one guy who pulls a 5:45 2k, another with a sustainable development side-hustle, a firey-haired firefighter, an electrician and a computer scientist? You get the five guys driving forward the Canadian men's four to Tokyo. References From the Episode: Concept2 RowErg https://www.concept2.com/indoor-rowers RP3 https:/…
 
How do you harness failure to bring your world-class self on your worst day? Is it related to the information you can gather from previous generations? Coached by the legendary Dick Tonks, this light men's double is locked and loaded and ready for the challenge of the 2020 Olympic Games. They are prepared to pursue the unattainable. References From…
 
What kind of athlete needs to fuel with bagels, peanut butter, avocado, and honey? The kind of athlete grows up on a farm, racing her brothers and sisters down the driveway. Learn how to find the balance between naysayers and the hype squad. In this episode, get to know the fastest female single sculler that Canada has produced in decades, Carling …
 
As veteran rowing coach Al Morrow would often say, "All potential means is that you haven't done anything yet." So here's two athletes, Jenny Cassons and Jill Moffatt, the lightweight women's double, fired up and ready to prove themselves at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. In this episode, we tackle better training for women, the technical aspects of the …
 
What is it like to win a world championship and hug your cancer-free mom? What's the difference between peak racing performance and steady training performance? What does crying tell you during training? How do you manage clinical depression while training for the Olympics? We find these answers in today's episode with Hillary Janssens and Caileigh…
 
Growth for achievement often isn't a transformation that we go through. More accurately, we often experience a confirmation of who we should be and how we should act. In the first episode of Row Row Tokyo, let's get to know the Canadian Men's Pair, Conlin McCabe and Kai Langerfeld, training for Tokyo 2020. We dive into: How sport is an escape from …
 
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