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Episode 93 - Tom Carter

July 7, 2018

 

 My special guest is Tom Carter. Tom is a former professional Rugby Union player for the NSW Waratahs where he played in 85 matches while he also won 8 First Grade Premierships at Sydney Uni. Away from the game he is the founder and director of Human Performance and is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Sydney Sixers.

 

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

2:40 – Human Performance & Strength and Conditioning

5:15 – Moving into the cricket world

7:42 – Meeting Brad Haddin

8:40 – Important of S & C at the highest level

11:30 – George Smith and durability

12:30 – Growing up in Young

15:00 – Family back yard battles

16:30 – Transition from the country

17:00 – Love of the Balmain Tigers

18:30 – First experience playing Rugby

20:00 – Lote Tuqiri and preparation

22:00 – Great coaches

24:30 – Rugby 7’s

26:00 – Sydney Uni dynasty & dominance

29:38 – Leadership

30:25 – Tim Davidson

32:50 – Advantage of body contact in Rugby Union

35:00 – Getting signed by the NSW Waratahs

39:10 – 2008 Super Rugby Final

43:30 – His niggle style vs his introvert personality

45:24 – His post try celebrations

47:22 – Ending his career vs the British and Irish Lions

48:44 – Interest in coaching Rugby

52:40 – Opposition player that made him work harder than any one

53:26 – Success then and now

55:05 – Favorite venue locally and overseas

56:12 – 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party

 

 

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