Ep004 Periodization; how to take advantage of your natural ‘peak season’ in any career

In this episode, Daniel Ribeiro and Ivan Siladji take a look at the peak performance technique used by Olympic Athletes – Periodization. We discuss how the process, historically used by elite athletes, is customisable for the average Joe. Daniel unwraps the base principles for us to easily understand and Ivan becomes the case study for a new personal programme that the listeners can follow along with to tailor for themselves. For those interested in taking advantage of their own natural peak periods, applicable for use in the workplace, sports, hobbies, freelance work and business, this episode is the place to start. You’ll discover when it’s the best time to peak and when it’s not, and how to manage both seasons so you can milk it for what it’s worth.

Some additional resources; https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sports_periodization

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Published by Journey to Wherever the Podcast

Journey to Wherever is a weekly podcast by two mates who also just happen to be brother-in laws, getting together each week to record discussions that shouldn’t be left unsaid. Daniel and Ivan discuss many topics from lifestyle, philosophy, parenting, life’s general hypotheticals and business & entrepreneurship. Each episode is sure to take you on a journey filled with laughs, debates and (maybe) tears. We believe that deep conversations facilitate ones quest to better understand ourselves and others on this journey to being greater humans. We hope this show provides you value and that our perspective has an impact on your own Journey to Wherever.

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