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Confidence Coaching with

Ali Mahoney from has very kindly agreed to give the 7 women participating in the 7 women - 7 challenges in 2017 free access to her confidence coaching course.

It asks the key question - “How can I perform with more confidence?”

Confidence is an essential component of successful sports performance, no matter what level you’re competing at, or what age you are. But, when you have your confidence knocked or experience low confidence, a lack of belief in your ability to perform, can mean you fail to reach your full athletic potential.


  • Learn what we mean by confidence

  • Challenge the internal and external factors that have an impact on confidence

  • Challenge self-doubts

  • Manage feelings of anxiety

  • Develop a growth mindset

  • Develop daily habits to grow your long term confidence

Building belief in your own ability means that you can achieve greater success in sport.

If you would like to learn more about this course - please click below.

Ali interviewed me for her website talking about the psychological demands and overcoming mental challenges! You can read her blog post here! You can also listen to the interview on the Tough Girl Podcast.

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Ali went along to the Women’s Adventure Expo in October 2015 where she picked up a leaflet about the Tough Girl Podcast, and by May 2016, she was pedaling her old Alpinestars mountain bike on a 767-mile, 13-day adventure from South Wales to Chamonix. At the age of 41 she had found something exciting to give her a new focus, after forcibly retiring from sport due to old knee injuries.

The ride to Chamonix took Ali to mental and physical places that she had never been before, and she climbed almost the height of Everest on her way. This journey was significantly longer than her first bike packing adventure, which took her on the Whitehaven to Sunderland Coast2Coast route back in 1995 on the same bike.

Ali is a Sport Psychology Coach and works with individuals and groups to teach them how to implement sport psychology strategies into their training, event and competition programmes. Since her bike ride to Chamonix, she has itchy feet and is making plans for a new bike packing adventure.

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