Aug 29, 2019
In today’s Brain Booster show we go in a slightly different direction.
I have always felt that some of the most important ideas and concepts that I have used in golf have been taken from looking at other sports.
We can become very singular in our focus if we only look through a singular sporting lens.
We can be hemmed in the ‘culture’ of the game.
To look to other sports is to see with a fresh pair of eyes.
Today is a great opportunity to hear from and spend time with someone who has worked at the very leading edge of performance coaching Ric Moylan
Ric is a performance coach and mentor for numerous world class athletes, including former WBA World Champion Scott Quigg.
He previously spent 4 years working with Team Ricky Hatton. This included guidance and education for his young stable of athletes, whilst also working closely with Ricky for his highly anticipated comeback fight.
Ric also has previously worked with fighters such as 2 x World Champion Ryan Burnett, WBC World Champion Tony Bellew, former WBA World Champion Anthony Crolla, former British and Commonwealth Champion Frankie Gavin and English Boxing Champion Nav Mansouri.
Athletes as diverse as the ATP tennis player Liam Broady, the England Tug Of War team and UKBFF Champion Nina Ross have all worked with him for guidance and improvement in all aspects of their development and performance.
In our time together we get the chance to look at:
Your relationship to failure
How do you respond to the inevitable setbacks on your journey to self mastery
The role of fear in boxing and life
How you can channel this most natural of emotions
What living a ‘peak performance’ lifestyle actually looks like
What are Ric’s key principles of success
How speed can be trained
The life benefits of boxing training
Lessons from the special forces
The lessons learned from being with great boxers
It is a show I really enjoyed putting together.
You will gain a lot from Ric’s approach to life and training
To find out more about Ric and his work go to
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