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Mar 06, 2018

Learn how to plan for success with Sports Relief legend Greg Whyte at Elevate

Learn how to plan for success with Sports Relief legend Greg Whyte at Elevate

If you’ve been following the Sports Relief challenges by celebrities Greg James (#Gregathlon – Pedal to the Peaks) and Zoe Ball (Zoe’s Hardest Road Home) and wondered how they do it or perhaps more importantly how they have been coached to succeed; then don’t miss hearing Professor Greg Whyte OBE speaking on how to plan for success at Elevate 2018 on Thursday 10th May.

As former director of research for the British Olympic Association (BOA) and director of science & research for the English Institute of Sport (EIS), Greg Whyte knows what he’s talking about. What’s more he has completed numerous challenges himself, supporting the celebrities every step (pedal and stroke) of the way.

In this fascinating session, he will talk about how to create a winning mindset and how to achieve the extraordinary. Drawing on his experiences of working with celebrities such as David Walliams, Eddie Izzard, Davina McCall, John Bishop and James Cracknell and how he helped them get ready for tough Comic and Sports Relief challenges by preparing, planning and visualising. Greg will also share key learnings about setting goals, and the best way to ensure they are achieved.
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