By Tim Kyndt
What does it take for anyone beginning out of their occupation to achieve a hugely tough setting? except the technical talents, what are the most important values, attitudes and behaviours that convey extraordinary functionality in a always altering and important world?
This e-book examines those questions in the hard international of elite activity, a degree that areas laborious pressures not just at the devoted athletes, but in addition at the behind the curtain expertise of coaches, scientists and scientific help staff.
With case experiences and interviews all through, this booklet presents scholars with a pragmatic research of the private strengths, choice and interpersonal talents required to arrive the pinnacle. The publication additionally comprises sensible information for college students wishing to start a occupation in elite activities, together with extra studying, web content and phone info of firms at this elite point.
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But it’s anyone, it’s coaches, it’s scientists and it’s athletes themselves. I would also include my brother Dave along with Jeremy Moody [at the time lead strength and conditioning coach in north east region EIS] and Terry Lomax, who was UK Athletics performance manager for the north east region for some time. While Jared certainly remains open to outside influence, it is striking how well-grounded his practice is in his own values. With that proposition, we are back to the principles that Jared stated at the beginning of this interview: Drive, determination, motivation, pride, living and breathing it, never accepting that good was good enough.
While Jared certainly remains open to outside influence, it is striking how well-grounded his practice is in his own values. With that proposition, we are back to the principles that Jared stated at the beginning of this interview: Drive, determination, motivation, pride, living and breathing it, never accepting that good was good enough. They are as consistent now that Jared is an elite coach as they were when Jared was an aspiring athlete. They are grounded in a strong self-awareness that appears not to have wavered over the years.
In any case, it appears that the flame was kindled fairly early on: As a young lad everything was about that little bit of competition. When you grow up with four brothers in the house, everything is about competition. It was everyone’s dream to make the Olympics. Everything was about making the most of a training opportunity: down a bank at the side of the supermarket Asda in South Shields there were these three metal barriers about 12 or 13 strides apart, similar to the 400m hurdles. So when I was in town I’d get to the top of that hill and I would run those hurdles every time.