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In this week's sports psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn interviews Olaniyi Sobomehin. Olaniyi is a former NFL running back for the New Orleans Saints. He played football at Oregon State, and Portland State. He played with some of the best players in the country, and many of them are still playing and excelling in the NFL. His motto is "Success is 20% Mechanics... and 80% Mindset..."
Dr. Cohn and Olaniyi discuss the importance of routines for athletes.
Listen to this month's sports psychology podcast to learn how to improve your performance in sports by creating habits and routines for competitions.
Grab Dr. Cohn's free mental training and mental toughness for sports eBooks!
Download a free sports psychology report to improve your mental game!
This weeks episode is a request from 1 half of the Films & Swearing crew, Andrew Walker. He wanted us to cover some Jean Claude Van Damme movies and suggested Double Impact and Kickboxer, so we duly obliged. This is also our last episode before Christmas so we at MMUK would like to thank you all for listening and wish you a very Merry Christmas.
In this very special, landmark edition of the Anywhere But Here Podcast Ant and Tom decide not to pat themselves on the back for sticking at something for 100 weeks in a row. This time they throw the love and respect back at you, the listeners of the show.
This show comprises of chats with actual listeners who don't record their own podcasts, just to get a feel of who they are and why they like independent podcasts like this one so much.
There would have been more people on the show had it not been for the last minute nature of the idea for the show and some bouts of shyness. Certain listeners just want to be listeners, which is perfect.
Learn a bit about, Paul McEvoy, and his musical projects including the rock opera - 'Gorillian' - about a genetically modified gorilla who goes on a rampage through Victorian England and America before blasting into the stratosphere! And, the one and only Robbie Polanco, the Bostonian who is trying to find out how to create the next 'Super Man' in an underground military facility, while listening to all the podcasts he can!
Ant and Tom had a lot of fun putting this episode together and hope you have fun listening to it. But also extend their thanks to the silent majority; those of you who listen week-in-week-out without getting in touch. They hope you enjoy it and would love to get to know you too.
Lastly all of us at the Anywhere But Here Podcast Network wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Let us know what you get up to.
- Thursday 11th December 2014 - “December AwesomeAdmins Group + Developer Group” - DotMailer, No.1 London Bridge London SE1 9BG, London
Organiser: Matthew Morris @matmorris, Chris Edwards @Chris_SFDC, Francis Pindar @radnip, Mike Gill @AgentGill
The Cloudlife team
It's the DITB Year in Review. Or more accurately The Year in Ten Broad Topics.
Joining us to summarise 12 months worth of cartoons in less than two hours are Niall Flanagan and Bradley Meek. What is the best robot of 2014? The greatest animal? Or even the best bottom? (R.I.P. Elliot Page).
Find out the inconclusive answers to these questions and seven more, on a bumper blow out episode of Dynamite In The Brain.
This week on The Bugcast: our annual Christmas music special, featuring 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!
The 4th Annual HPR New Year 26 Hour Show, starting at 10:00UTC on December 31st! Be a part of it!
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we've discussed
The next live show will be episode 342, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 2 January 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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Merry Christmas! Yes folks, it's that time of year again, where the Nostalgia TARDIS is done up with tinsel, turkey and all the trimmings! Join Glenn, Jii and Sam as they traverse the tricky road between the good presents you've all had through the years, and the presents which...well, let's just say people needn't have bothered gifting in the first place.
There's also a bumper Christmas box full of news, from not only Masters, but Transformers, a smidgin of Star Wars, and even news from StarCom this week! Yes, ambassador, you truly are spoiling us.
From all of us at BTTE, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our listeners. We'll be back after Christmas to entertain and annoy you!
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Alex and Rob cast an irreverent eye over local news from their respective home towns.
Listeners can submit stories from their local area to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories this week include:
Also revealed: Um Bongo, Um Bongo, they drink it on the podcast...