The Physical Performance Show: Eloise Wellings (OLY). 3x AUS 10,000m Champion, ‘Postpartum Return to Sport’

 In Podcast (The Physical Performance Show), Uncategorized

Eloise Wellings

In episode 273 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Eloise Wellings – (OLY). 3x AUS 10,000m Champion, ‘Postpartum Return to Sport on this Featured Performer episode.

Eloise is a dual Australian Olympian featuring the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Olympic Games whereby in 2016 Eloise was a 5000m and 10,000m finalist, 4x Australian Commonwealth Games representative, she is a mother of 2 beautiful children, daughter Indy and son Sonny, those that know and follow Eloise know her passion for her Foundation, where she co-founded the Love Mercy Foundation.

Eloise speaks corporately with prior featured expert of the show Rory Darkens around unlocking an Olympian mindset. Eloise shares openly around her challenges returning to sport postpartum, what she has learned across two pregnancies, the disappointment of incurring bone stress injuries postpartum and the psychology that accompanies that, her pending book release titled ‘One More Try’ and the Love Mercy’s Mother Run.

To listen to Episode 273:

iTunes

Click the icon to listen to the interview on iTunes or listen using the Soundcloud player below

 
Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE at the links to ensure you get performance insights from our future upcoming exciting guests.
 

Listen in as we delve into the following:

  • Approach to return to running
  • “One More Try” Book Overview
  • ‘The Mother Run’ initiative
  • Differences in return to running after each child
  • Lessons learned and unlearned
  • Triggers of Bone Injury
  • Top Tips for women running post-partum
  • Managing expectations post-partum
  • Physical Challenge
  • Mother Run Raiser

Show Sponsor: earSHOTS

earSHOTS is a disruptive action sport headphone company dedicated to unlocking human potential through sound.

earSHOTS bluetooth headphones utilise an innovative, first of its kind proprietary magnetic ear clip design. This unique design ensures it can withstand the sharp shocks, speed and functional movements of action sports, unlocking new freedom of movement without compromising on sound. For 10% off earSHOTS use the code TPPS at checkout or use direct link here 

earSHOTS are giving away one set of their earSHOTS Bluetooth headphones designed for peak performance per month for the next 3 months, Enter Here

Patreon Membership

 
Our aim is to help further your physical performance LEARNINGS through ongoing FREE access to our tri-annually held Livestream events with key performance speakers.
 
These Livestream events in 2020 have proven to popular across the globe & it’s our pleasure to say THANK YOU for your support of the Show through FREE access vs the usual $49 access fee for the Livestreams and post event recordings.
 
We have been endeavouring to support the endurance sports community of athletes, coaches, and practitioners since Show launch in 2016 through a weekly outputted Show. As a way of continuing to improve on quality and assisting our audience after 240 Episodes we are appreciative of any patrons that wish to support the Show going forwards through a low monthly contribution.
 
Keep pursuing your Physical Best Performance.
 
Become a patron of The Physical Performance Show today: Get access to exclusive content and experiences on the world’s largest membership platform for artists and creators.

Quotes

“You’ve got to be able to do the work without getting injured to be fit and strong.”
“I still have the drive and passion for what I do, if you have those things you can make it through any challenges that come up.”
“At the end of the day, it’s just about coming back to the process of getting through it.”
“Don’t rush your come back.” – Top Tip
 “Find a good strength and condition Coach” – Strength and Conditioning Tip
“Make sure you get enough energy and meet your energy demands” – Top Tip on fuelling post-partum
“Being flexible and free and having grace is important so you can enjoy the process.”

To follow Eloise Wellings

Podcast: Episode #32 of The Physical Performance Show
Podcast: Episode #107 of The Physical Performance Show
Website: eloisewellings
Foundation: Lovemercyfoundation
Instagram: @elzywellings

To sponsor Eloise – Mother Run Fundraiser 2021 

Timeline

00:00 Start
04:27 Welcome Eloise Wellings
06:40 Approach to return to running
10:15 “One More Try” Book Overview
13:17 ‘The Mother Run’ initiative
18:03 Differences in return to running after each child
26:23 Lessons learned and unlearned
35:40 Triggers of Bone Injury
40:20 Top Tips for women running post-partum
47:58 Managing expectations post-partum
51:50 Physical Challenge
53:52 Mother Run Raiser
58:45 Finish

People Mentioned

Dr Brandi Cole – Specialist Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician
Jess Stenson (nee Trengove) – Dual AUS Olympic Marathoner + Dual Commonwealth Games Marathon Bronze Medallist: Return to sport postpartum, Episode 34 and 272 of The Physical Performance Show
Vic Mitchell (OLY) – 5x AUS 3000m Steeplechase Champion ‘Returning to Sport Postpartum’, Episode 271 of The Physical Performance Show
Rory Darkins – Psychology Researcher, Mental Skills Coach, ‘Positive Psychology for the Endurance Athlete’, Episode 252 of The Physical Performance Show

For questions and comments about this Episode

Send to the show host @Brad_Beer (Twitter) or @brad_beer (Instagram)

The Physical Performance Show

Recommended Posts

Leave a Comment

Jess Stenson