After a two week lay off, we return with a new bi-weekly format hopefully. Podcast host opens up with the Adidas x Pogba Predator mini-controversy that circulated across social media before being quickly shut down by the footballing community. Sita then explains the steps that newbies in any industry need to take in order to attract sponsors or collaborative relationships with a special sound clip from Everton Ladies and England Lionesses forward Chloe Kelly. And in light of recent events Miles Sita breaks down the #bloggergate involving former guest to the podcast Elle Darby.
After a long gap following the pilot episode recorded back in February, it has been decided to continue this podcast for the foreseeable future (upload frequency is still to be decided).
In this episode, Miles Sita covers the Acidic Fitness athletes programme and why (along with the Athletic Series) it is important for the new generation of athletes to have resources available for them to make themselves better players. Also the first four athletes are introduced including England and Saracens women's player May Campbell. In the second half of the podcast there is an in-depth look at the relationship between Sita and Sophie Wheeldon-Jones along with her preparations for the UKBFF British Finals; and he explains if he will ever step into the body physique stage.
International track and field athlete Lily Beckford join us in the studio for the first ever Athletic Series Podcast episode. Here we discuss an array of topics from her early cross country career to coping with the student-athlete demands and training with multiple gold medalist Linford Christie.