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The second season of the podcast that unlocks the mental fitness tactics of elite athletes has arrived – with new guests, a new co-host and new practical exercises we can all adopt in our daily lives.

Listen out for a new episode of Mind Set Win dropping every Tuesday with sporting champions including Max Verstappen, Siya Kolisi and Elena Rybakina all sharing the psychological approaches that have made all the difference in their careers.

Host Cédric Dumont is joined in Season 2 by Head of Mental Performance at the Red Bull Athlete Performance Center, York-Peter Klöppel, to offer expert insight and some valuable tips and takeaways we can incorporate into our everyday routines to help develop our mental strength.

Season 1 featured 28 episodes exploring relatable themes like resilience, focus, self-belief and decision-making. It was followed by an UNCUT series where we shared the full-length uninterrupted interviews with the likes of Carissa Moore, Christian Horner, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Mondo Duplantis. Check them all out below and get ready for more of the same in Season 2 along with some additional bonus content coming your way.

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We’re finishing this season with snowboarding legend Marcus Kleveland, who uses pressure to thrive and ultimately win the world's biggest competitions, such as the X Games or even the Olympics. Having joined the snowboarding game at just 13 years old, Marcus has learned to turn pressure into something positive. In this UNCUT episode, Marcus reflects on the current state of snowboarding, his personal approach to the sport as well as his short-term and long-term goals. Go back to Season 1 Episode 8 to hear how to use Marcus’s approach to deal with pressure in your daily life. Mind Set Win S1 E8: Marcus Kleveland – Snowboarding (redbull.com)Hungry for more? Scroll back to listen to even more episodes featuring top athletes like Max Verstappen, Molly Carlson, Siya Kolisi, TJ Rogers and many more!Keep an eye out for Mind Set Win season 3 :)Talk to us at podcast@redbull.com
Have you ever ignored your intuition, only to regret it?A big part of being able to let your gut feeling guide you during stressful situations is to have a cool head and remain calm. X Games freestyle skiing gold medallist Kelly Sildaru is no stranger to the pressures that come with competitions, and she's learned to not only override her stress response, but also clear her head to allow for a rational approach to dangerous situations.The Estonian skier can follow her gut feeling and make intuitively sound decisions that are not based on external or internal pressure. Of course, she has experience of what happens when she hasn't done this, so can relate all too well to the importance of letting your intuition dictate your response to fear.Listen to this UNCUT episode to hear how Kelly does it.Do you have any questions, concerns and/or feedback? Talk to us at podcast@redbull.com
What happens when we have to say goodbye to something that’s been all we’ve ever known? Change can be good, but learning to let go of something familiar – whether that’s a job, a hobby or a way of life – can be difficult to navigate.As Andrea Petković knows full well, moving on from her life in professional tennis came with significant challenges, including a loss of identity and the need to find a new passion to fill the void.Professional athletes are not the only individuals to face this challenge. It’s something that eventually everyone will encounter, whether this is transitioning from school to work life, starting a different job or stopping work altogether.In a very honest chat with host Cédric, Andrea talks about how she went through a period of lying to herself before retiring from her professional tennis career in 2022. She also opens up about the grief she had to deal with, and how she learned to take control of the circumstances.Do you have feedback for us, or simply just want to chat? Email us at podcast@redbull.com
Outside of the more common mental and physical techniques athletes use to win, there is one lesser known tactic that many athletes deploy – consciously and unconsciously – to gain an edge on their opponent.Using body language to your advantage is not unheard of, but how do you actually use it in competition? Tennis ace Elena Rybakina uses non-verbal communication on the court to not only control her emotions but also the game. Even if it's not going so well on Elena's side of the court, all the opponent sees is a composed masterpiece of total control. Hosts Cèdric and York explain how using body language also has a positive impact on yourself. By practising simple posture exercises, you can promote and build confident body language that has a subtle yet extensive impact on yourself and your environment. Listen to this episode to find out more! Do you have feedback for us, or simply just want to chat? Email us at podcast@redbull.com
How many times have you told yourself that you were going to stick to a New Year’s resolution but never managed to actually go through with it? With the help of our very own sports psychologist and Head of Mental Performance at the APC York-Peter Klöppel, you will learn how to choose and actually stick to your resolutions. Throughout six concise episodes, York-Peter, together with some of our favourite athletes, will walk you through a step-by-step process that will make sticking to your resolutions oh-so-easy.In this first episode, York-Peter will help you choose a resolution that actually works for you! Listen in to hear why this is so important! Special guests include rugby player Siya Kolisi, surfer Justine Dupont and motorcycle racer Sam Sunderland.All six episodes are available now. Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
Step 2 of successfully completing your New Year’s resolutions is all about planning ahead. As sports psychologist York-Peter Klöppel explains, knowing exactly which goals to set is key to make sure you don’t get disheartened. He's joined by top athletes like skateboarder TJ Rogers, mountain biker Kate Courtney and high-jumper Mutaz Barshim.Listen now to all six episodes to make sure you keep up your momentum! Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
The goal now is to re-evaluate the resolutions that you set in the last episode. You have to start somewhere, so day one is equally as important as day 53, but don’t be afraid to adjust your goals as you go.Sports psychologist York-Peter Klöppel explains why it’s vital to change your goals if you’re struggling, even if you’ve already started. He's joined by top athletes like tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas, pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis, paraglider Paul Guschlbauer and mountain biker Kate Courtney, who help him explain exactly why this ensures success in keeping resolutions.All six episodes of the New Year's resolution specials are available now wherever you like to listen to podcasts!Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
Being able to enjoy a task you’re doing will make the outcome even more successful! Sports psychologist York-Peter Klöppel will teach you how you can add that extra bit of enjoyment to things you might not want to do at all. This will help you stick to your resolutions! Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner, tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas, mountain biker Kate Courtney and skier Lindsey Vonn are here to show you how they do it! Listen now to all six episodes – available everywhere! Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
Sometimes it can be extremely hard to stick to a resolution, especially if things like a cold, more deadlines at work or a vacation slow the whole process down and make it harder to start again. Cyclist Daniel Dhers, skateboarder Madars Apse and triathlete Daniela Ryf join sports psychologist York-Peter Klöppel to share how they manage consistency in each of their disciples. York-Peter translates this to our everyday lives and shows how we can use their tricks to remain consistent in successfully completing your New Year’s resolutions. Listen now to all six episodes wherever you get your podcasts! Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
In the final episode, sports psychologist York-Peter Klöppel explains what getting support to stick to your resolutions can look like. With the help of sports professionals like triathlete Lucy Charles-Barclay, cliff diver Molly Carlson, Nikita Ducarroz and basketball player Chris Matthews, our sports psychologist also explains why getting support is so important on your road to success. The team of the Mind Set Win podcast wish you all a Happy New Year. We hope you find it easier to stick to your resolutions, and wish you all the best for the new year!Binge all six episodes now – available wherever you get your podcasts!Share your thoughts with us at podcast@redbull.com.We will be back with more episodes of Mind Set Win in January.Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
Competing in the legendary Dakar Rally requires a special kind of survival instinct, and rally raid rider Sam Sunderland knows this better than most. Racing thousands of kilometres across ancient volcanoes, soaring sand dunes and remote mountains, Sam battles alone against some of the toughest conditions imaginable. There is no downtime and staying alert 24 hours a day is the number one priority.A two-time Dakar winner, Sunderland has a pretty good grasp of enduring this chaos, but the desert is unpredictable, and he still needs to know exactly when to deploy his impressive arsenal of mental and physical resources. Finding that sweet spot to maintain top performance throughout the race is key. Listen now to hear more about Sam’s stories from Dakar, and find out how to navigate your path through your own personal rally of life.Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)Mind Set Win podcast: Sam Sunderland's mental strength (redbull.com)
What would you do if you were stuck at the bottom of a crevasse somewhere high up a mountain, completely alone?Fernanda Maciel is the type of person to not panic – she knows exactly what to do. As an endurance athlete who specialises in running up and down high mountains, she spends a lot of time with herself. Fernanda has to know how to deal with this, and how to juggle the physical endurance that’s needed from her body to complete even her most daring runs. Meditation not only saved her life while she was stuck inside the crevasse, but is also the outlet through which she controls this mental and physical stress.Even if you’re not planning on competing in ultra-endurance events anytime soon, meditation should play a fixed role in your daily routine. This does not have to last hours – it can be as short as only a few minutes – but the skills you learn from this will leave you wondering how you ever lived without it.Talk to us at podcast@redbull.com! Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)www.redbull.com/int-en/mind-set-win-podcast-fernanda-maciel-meditation
"The fear is always there but it depends how much you tune into it and how much you listen to it.”Swedish mountain biker Emil Johansson might be the most successful slopestyle rider in the history of his sport but, as he reveals in this episode of Mind Set Win, fear is still an emotion he experiences every time he puts his helmet on. To launch his bike off staggering jumps and perform innovative tricks, the three-time Triple Crown of Slopestyle winner explains how trusting in his ability and not second guessing his decisions are the foundation of his winning mindset and the key to his dominance on the track. Hosts Cédric and York explore how Emil is able to think rationally in key moments and provide a step-by-step plan to help us all train to become more courageous in daily life. The exercise involves frequently putting yourself in uncomfortable situations and challenging yourself to be rational in trying to understand where your fear is coming from and why you’re feeling it. Regardless, when being your own coach, don’t be disheartened by failure because, as Emil says, you build your courage and self-belief through trial and error. Talk to us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
“Whatever your why is or whatever helps you stay locked in, don’t let it give you anxiety, that’s negative energy.” All the way back in Season 1 Episode 20, coach to the elite stars of the NBA Chris Matthews aka Lethal Shooter shared a touching account of how learning to compartmentalise helped him harness his emotions to positive effect. Whether juggling personal challenges like the death of his best friend, or dealing with stressful situations on the court, Lethal Shooter explains in the episode to host Kate Courtney how he’s able to utilise his ability to set aside distracting emotions and focus on the task at hand.Now, in this UNCUT episode featuring the full-length interview, we want to give you the opportunity to spend more time with the incredible skills coach and understand further how he inspires his clients. While detailing more of his personal life, he also elaborates how he approaches various topics and techniques such as compartmentalisation, frustration and how to develop breathing techniques.Listen to Season1 Episode 20 now and hear host Kate Courtney break down compartmentalisation and how you can use visualisation to aid you in this process. Mind Set Win S1 E20: Lethal Shooter – Basketball (redbull.com)Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
"It's important for the mind and body to be able to rest and have some time for yourself." While the idea that you need to stay active and consistently push your limits to achieve your goals might sound correct, during this episode of Mind Set Win, we learn how recovery is also key to our satisfaction levels. NBA All-Star Pascal Siakam knows a thing or two about winning and how crucial finding a balance between recovery and training is. In this interview, Pascal talks about life in the relentless NBA, what it takes to stay at the top and play almost every single night, and Toronto Raptors’ 2019 Championship triumph. In a bid to understand how to avoid mental overload, hosting duo Cédric and York take a look at the science behind how beta brainwaves stimulate your brain and alpha brainwaves help it relax and recharge. They then look at what daily activities we can do that focus on enhancing alpha waves and reducing the mental load on our brain. This includes things like reading, cooking, talking to your favourite people, listening to music or a podcast, yoga or meditation. Have a listen and see if one of the activities might work for you! Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)www.redbull.com/int-en/mind-set-win-podcast-pascal-siakam-avoiding-mental-overload
"I have goals and I have dreams and I really push to elevate myself to make sure there’s no excuses and that I can do anything I want."TJ Rogers has previously been a guest on this podcast with a powerful episode in which he detailed how skateboarding has been a constant source of positivity in his life while growing up in Canada and recently recovering from cancer. In his words, skateboarding saved his life. Back in Season 2 Episode 9, hosts Cédric and York explored TJ’s positive mindset and his ability to set long-term goals and continue to chase them while overcoming unexpected obstacles. In this UNCUT episode featuring an extended interview, the pro skateboarder allows us a deeper insight into his life and the mindset which has made him one of the most respected skaters in the world. Listen o TJ’s previous episode and hear Cédric and York’s tips on how to improve your long term goal setting, and how to stay committed to them.Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)www.redbull.com/int-en/mind-set-win-podcast-tj-rogers-goal-setting
"I'm an athlete who goes all in. For me this is the best tactic."Back in Season 2 Episode 4 we learned how alpine skier Marco Odermatt uses a visualisation technique to ground himself and zone in before he takes the starting gate. It’s a process that allows the reigning Olympic and World Champion to reach top speed under pressure, and often in challenging weather conditions that put additional strain on his body and mind.In this UNCUT episode featuring the extended interview, Marco further shares how his anchor lays the groundwork for him to be able to react positively to the many unpredictable situations that can arise on the mountain.If you want to hear Cédric and York break down the role of mental stimulation and offer some tips to help us all discover our own anchor, listen back to S2 E4 now. We’re excited to hear what you think! Talk to us podcast@redbull.com!Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
“I was scared to be nervous. I was ashamed of those feelings going around in my head.”While often your physical performance is seemingly the most apparent aspect of your functioning, the mental side is not to be underestimated, especially when it comes to the influence this has on your ability to achieve your goals. Dutch speed skater Kjeld Nuis has been on both sides of the coin and experienced what a difference mental fitness makes when it comes to winning. In this episode Kjeld recalls the career crossroads that inspired him to include mental training into his routine and reflects on the positive influence it had on his global success.Not everyone aims to break a world record, but this ability of recognising and accepting emotions is also hugely beneficial in everyday life as well. Hosts Cèdric and York approach this topic with a clear and simple exercise – the MAC method. This stands for Mindfulness – Acceptance – Commitment. The first step is to become mindful of your emotions. Try to identify and label the emotions you're feeling – an easier task than it sounds!Secondly, accept that this is the emotion you’re feeling at this moment. Ask yourself where that emotion came from and why.Finally, committing to these emotions means not being ashamed of feeling them but rather sharing your experience with people you trust.Lastly, remember that being able to identify and understand an emotion you’re feeling in a particular situation is already the biggest step towards utilising it to positive effect.What do you think? Does this sound like something that could work for you? Talk to us at podcast@redbull.comMind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)
How many times have you tried to do something over and over again, without any tangible success? Naturally, the key here is to continue trying, but this requires mental toughness, a skill that needs cultivating. Elite Latvian skater Madars Apse is not only a pro at kickflips and Frontside 360s, but also at remaining mentally tough during challenging times, both equally important components to achieving consistent success. In Madars’ world, where the streets are his playground and offer an endless source of creativity, he knows he’ll need to stay resilient to land tricks that could be days or weeks in the making. Cédric and York lean into this theme and apply it to our everyday lives by keeping in mind that “life happens”, and sometimes you will not be able to stick to a plan. York identifies three key factors that are key to developing our mental toughness:Internal motivation: the most important component. Remind yourself why you started the process in the first place. This motivation should be the origin and drive to continue your journey.External rewards: this may manifest itself in many ways, but should regardless not be the main motivating factor.Social support: this type of support may aid your journey in the form of recognition and encouragement.Lastly, always remember that trying to reach an unattainable goal or following someone else’s schedule is not realistic, be kind to yourself – trying counts just as much!What do you think? Does this sound like something that could work for you? Talk to us at podcast@redbull.com! Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)Chapters:00:00 – Madars Apse interview09:35 – Theme and takeaway
Canadian skateboarder TJ Rogers has had to deal with his fair share of obstacles in life both on and off the board. From early childhood challenges to career disappointments to a cancer diagnosis in January 2022, TJ’s remained positive and ambitious to achieve the goals he set for himself as a young child. Continuing this habit, TJ wants to “never be comfortable”, and always have a five-year plan in place to maintain his dedication, energy and momentum. After all, while there might be two sides to every coin, we have the ability to choose which one we want to focus on.Hosts Cédric and York expand on TJ’s mindset techniques by offering guidance on how to best create our own long-term plans – and actually stick with them! The trick here is to begin thinking about what obstacles you might encounter along the way while setting your goals, as the path to achieving them is “never a straight line”. For example, what are you going to do if you get sick for a week and are unable to continue working towards your goal? What are the goals you have set for yourself? Let us know at podcast@redbull.com Mind Set Win: Discover the keys to a winning mindset (redbull.com)Chapters:1 TJ Rogers interview2 Takeaway3 Exercise
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