As one of America’s top basketball performance coaches, Alan Stein Jr. spent more than 15 years working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet. He now teaches world-wide audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.
In the high-speed, information-overload world of today, it is almost too easy to find an excuse to skip your training schedule or not even have one. That’s why we asked George Bjälkemo for five tips on how to make training a part of your everyday life, despite (or indeed because of) the busy lives we lead.
Learning how to swim only at the age of 8, Amy Smith seemed like an unlikely candidate to become a professional swimmer. But 16 years later, Amy was one of Britain’s best sprinters, representing her … Read More
Nicolas Remires is one of the true legends of the young sport of swimrun. This Stockholm-based Frenchman has reached Top 10 qualification in four consecutive ÖtillÖ World Championships, including 3rd place in 2015. He also has an amazing six ÖtillÖ World Series podium finishes, including a gold at Uto. This all came after a prolific career in endurance and multi-sports. While still a strong contender at each race, Nicolas now runs Team Envol, the first international swimrun team, and acts as Head Coach at Envol Coaching.