Push Your Peak
Real athletes who don’t know their limits.
Whether you’re an elite or everyday athlete at home, it can be hard to continually progress. How do you push yourself out of your comfort zone and find that inner drive to get real results?
In this podcast series, journalist and endurance athlete Louise Minchin sits down with superhumans who have done extraordinary things, to learn what it takes - mentally and physically - to go again (and again). Tune in to hear these truly inspiring stories and take away the belief that you can achieve your own goals, no matter how big or small.
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