Episode 355 of The Physical Performance Show is a Featured Performer Edition featuring Harry Garside, Olympic Bronze Lightweight Boxing Medallist.
Harry Garside's career achievements are impressive:
• 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games bronze medalist in the lightweight division
• 2018 Commonwealth Games champion
• 2018 Commonwealth Games lightweight champion
• 7 x Australian National Boxing Champion
This episode is an uplifting, inspiring and informative conversation. Harry outlines some top tips to see you perform at your physical best, he lays down a physical challenge and outlines some career highs lows and learnings.
In recent times, Harry undertook some rigorous physical challenges including taking part in endurance events such as a 70.3 Triathlon.
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“I would love to see a world where every human was just themselves and they didn't feel this pressure to conform, just as society would accept them”
“If you want to grow as an athlete and grow as a person, go to the areas where you feel most uncomfortable”
“Sport is 90% mindset”
“You never forget where you came from”
Top 3 characteristics for peak performance
1. Consistency (showing up)
2. Work Hard
3. Positive attitude and taking constructive criticism
Top 3 tips for mindset
1. Utilising technology in a positive way (who you’re following, what you’re digesting etc)
2. Be conscious of the people who around you
3. Take the good with the bad
“Sleep, drink water, eat good food” – Best recovery tip
“Competitive” – Competition style
“Being conscious of breath and everything in that moment” – Being in the Zone
“Be passionate” – Best Advice
“5km run with water or taping your mouth” – Physical Challenge
Paul Briggs - Australian former boxer
Georgia Miller - Australian Ironwoman
Marcus Forest - Coach Run Forest Run
Le Bron James - American professional basketball player
Shane Crawford - Australian Rules Football Player (Former)
Andy Cruz – Cuban boxer
Linkedin: @Harry Garside
02:50 Harry’s recent rigorous challenges
04:25 Harry’s background and upbringing
10:40 The genesis behind Harry’s need for challenge
15:30 Harry’s family trials and tribulations
18:45 Where Harry’s genes come from
23:45 Harry’s greatest accomplishment
27:10 Darkest day in his sporting career
29:40 Keys to physical preparation
33:10 Competing in the Ironman 70.3
35:30 Top 3 characteristics for peak performance
40:10 Top 3 tips for mindset
43:35 Performance round
49:00 Best Advice
49:35 Physical Challenge
51:05 What Harry has learned through Ballet participation
54:05 What’s next for Harry
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