All Blacks captain Richie McCaw hit rock bottom in 2007 after losing the Rugby World Cup. But from the worst of times he achieved greatness going on to win back to back world championships. And his secret? Facing self-doubt, vulnerabilities and learning how to perform under pressure, Richie credits Dr Ceri Evans with teaching him the tools he needed to change his mindset. This week, Ceri shows us all how we can not just survive, but thrive in our own worlds of stress and pressure.
He stands where no human has been before; the actual tip of a disintegrating iceberg drifting off eastern Canada. Were with intrepid adventurer George Kourounis on his breath-taking but dangerous adventure to the top of a mammoth piece of ice thats thought to be at least 10,000 years old.
Its been a massive year so far for musician Teeks. A debut album in production, a collaboration with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra blending kapa haka and classical music and, in remembrance of the Christchurch terror victims, a stunning rendition of Whakaaria Mai alongside Hollie Smith. Teeks whose real name is Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi takes us to his Hokianga home, to meet his whnau, and into the music studio. Who is the man behind the beautiful music and what matters most to Teeks?
In the age of professional sport theres more and more pressure on kids to train harder, longer and more frequently but at what cost? New ACC figures reveal a shocking truth about what its doing to the bodies of young children. Injuries seen in professional players are now happening in 10 and 11 year olds. We look at the best ways to keep our young Kiwis healthy and loving their sport.
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