Episode 8: Tim Pelot

Tim PelotTim Pelot is a Senior Physiologist/S&C Coach for the US Olympic Committee. In what I personally found a really interesting interview, Tim exposes how little I know about volleyball and gives fantastic insight into the US Olympic volleyball programme, including how this might differ between positions and between beach vs indoor versions of the sport. We also delved further into the growth mindset concept and I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did. In the later sections I review Jon Gordon’s The Energy Bus and round up current job opportunities.


Marshall Goldsmith – What Got You Here Won’t Get You There


Aspire Academy S&C coach 

Part time S&C Coach with Core Sports Coaching

Head of Academy Sports Science & Medicine at Charlton Athletic Football Club

“Performance Specialist” role with EXOS Works (corporate) based in London

S&C coach/sports scientist to work with Belmont Perth Aussie Rules Academy in Western Australia


NSCA internships (several intakes throughout the year)

5 NSCA Assistantships going which offer $10,000 as well as an incredible learning opportunity


Rugby Innovation Summit May 24th & 25th at Twickenham

Elite Sports Performance Expo 15th & 16th June at the London Excel

Thanks as always for listening and hope you enjoyed another episode! All feedback is welcomed on how I can improve the show; including coaches you want to hear from, questions you want asked/answered, what you like and what you don’t like?! Help me out to make it as good as I can!


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