Join us in this week as we have the pleasure of sitting in person with Anthony Mullally, the former rugby league star turned performance coach. Anthony’s journey is nothing short of inspiring, and in this episode, we delve into his remarkable transformation from a professional athlete to a dedicated advocate for plant-based living, all while tackling important subjects like mental health and personal growth.
Anthony is a name that resonates with rugby league fans, having played for some of the sport’s biggest teams, including Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves. But Anthony’s story takes a fascinating turn as he transitioned from the demanding world of professional sports to becoming a leading performance coach. His journey is a testament to the power of resilience and reinvention.
In this episode, we explore the challenges and rewards of Anthony’s dietary shift, shedding light on how plant-based nutrition can optimise performance, recovery, and overall well-being.
But our conversation doesn’t stop at diet; we dive deep into the world of mental health and personal development. Anthony’s insights into the mental challenges athletes face and the strategies he employs to address them are not only valuable for sports enthusiasts but for anyone looking to enhance their mental resilience.
Discover more about Anthony Mullally’s transformative journey and his work as a performance coach by visiting his website here. This episode is a must-listen for those seeking inspiration, motivation, and a fresh perspective on how plant-based living can lead to peak performance and holistic wellness.
Lots of Love,
Dave & Steve
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Produced by Sean Cahill & Sara Fawsitt