The Osprey Podcast
Dr Michele Ufer - Motivation and Goals
Season 2, Ep. 5
Dr. Michele Ufer - Motivation & Goals
In this week’s episode, we chat to sports psychologist and extreme endurance athlete, Dr. Michele Ufer.
Michele reveals the psychology behind effective goal setting and how to find and keep motivated.
Project Vertical with Fergus Crawley & Jonny Pain
Season 2, Ep. 4
In this week’s episode, we chat to Osprey adventurers, Jonathan Pain and Fergus Crawley.With a passion for raising awareness and funds for men’s mental health, Jonathan and Fergus spoke with us about their challenge in November last year, Project Vertical. The challenge saw them ascend the UK's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, 22 times in 11 days for Movember, with a focus on mental health to encourage men not to suffer in silence. We also hear about how they trained for the challenge and their own battles with mental health.
Season 2, Ep. 3
In our latest podcast episode we sit down with Tom Entwistle, Vice President of Product and Sales EMEA at Osprey Europe to reveal what life at Osprey is really like and what drives us. As well as discussing the future of pack technologies, sustainability and how enjoying the outdoors is more important than ever.
Steve Barron - Hemp Farming, A Sustainable High
Season 2, Ep. 2
In this week’s episode, we chat to hemp farmer and renowned Music Video, TV and Film director, Steve Barron.Steve talks us through thebenefits of farming hemp and its many applications throughout various industries as a sustainable, organic fibre.He also teaches us about its tumultuous past and why it has been held back from mass production until, potentially, the near future.We also hear about Steve’s personal history as a highly acclaimed Music Video, TV and Film director, having worked on Billie Jean, Aha’s “Take On Me”, Toto’s “Africa” and many more.He evengives us some insight in to how he brought the highest grossing independent film of all time to the big screen.Wrapping up, Steve tells us what is needed next to help hemp reach it’s full potential as a revolutionary sustainable crop.