A former professional footballer whose career ended through injury, Luke battled with depression, and now takes on some of the world's most extreme ultra-endurance challenges.
Luke's Lowdown is full of stories, insights, tips, with plenty of laughs from what life has taught Luke on his journey in life so far.
A variety of topics are covered like health & wellness, mindset, endurance sports, nutrition, mental health, fitness, and more.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats with Caoimhe Bamber. Co-Founder of London's premier spinning, yoga, and HiiT studio (well there's actually 8 of them!)
Alongside this, she is a Wife, Mum, and ultra-endurance athlete who shares some insights into her experience during lockdown, and how she was able to run a company, be a Mum homeschooling two young boys, a Wife, while still having her own alone time to continually be productive each day.
If you want to check out Digme Fitness, they have locations across London, as well as a very popular ON DEMAND platform to be part of the fun!
Digme on Demand
Caoimhe on Instagram
'The Pause' Poem
Welcome back to another series of The Luke's Lowdown Podcast.
Throughout this series, Luke chats with people from all over the world about their experiences during the global lockdown from COVID-19, what they have learnt, and lessons they will take away from this time.
In episode one, Luke chats with 'Disaster' (A.K.A Kevin) about what it was like to have COVID-19, and how he managed working from home while recovering at the same time.
Disaster shares some true 'Disaster' stories as well, which will make anyone laugh!
Disaster is a close friend of Luke's who appears in The Ultimate Triathlon documentary, and is mentioned in his Autobiography Chasing Extreme (which explains why he is called Disaster...)
Disaster on Social: Instagram & Strava
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats about his biggest teachable moment of 2019, and how he plans on CRUSHING 2020 to achieve his goals.
What did you achieve in 2019 & what are you focusing in on for 2020?
See you all on the other side...
The Ultimate Triathlon Documentary
Chasing Extreme book
Triverest (Switzerland Triathlon)
Race to the Castle
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke discusses how people can get blinded by personal opinion, and disregard research or factual information in order to do, take, or have things in their life they want.
Peter Attia & Matthew Walker Podcast: LISTEN
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke talks about how you need to find a way to enjoy the life you have, if not, change it!
Life is too short to only live for 2 out of 7 days, even if it will take time to implement long term change, roll up your sleeves, get to work, and think about living your best life daily long term.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke talks through why you need to start asking the world for what it is you are looking for in life.
Just because you ask doesn't mean you will receive, but what it will do is start a conversation for you to find what it is you are looking for!
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke shares his own process of how he goes about increasing his confidence across all areas of his life.
Luke dives into why he believes consistent actions + positive internal thoughts are key when looking to increase your confidence.
FREE Power of Reflection eBook
The Power of Reflection Podcast
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats with Digme Fitness CEO, world class triathlete, and all round nice guy Geoff Bamber.
Geoff is the co-founder and CEO of London's leading boutique fitness studio Digme Fitness, who are changing the spinning, HIIT, and recovery fitness scene in London.
With an exceptional business pedigree behind him, and having competed at the highest level of Ironman triathlon, the World Championships in Kona Hawaii, Geoff shares his insightful thoughts on what it takes to be the best you can be using attitude as a vehicle to achieve this.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke shares an observation, and then asks a question.
Luke's Observation: People who have (and are) making a large impact on the world have either gone through extreme adverse conditions growing up, had a traumatic episode, or buried themselves in what they are trying to achieve.
Luke's Question: Can someone make a sizeable impact on society, create a large organisation/business while not putting themselves in detrimental situations that can have a damaging effect to their health, wellness, and quality of life for a period of time?
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke shares his thoughts on the ways you can make an impact in todays world.
Being consistent with your message, showing the passion you have, and always being energetic when sharing is key. Start this process within your own community, and encourage people from your community to share with the other communities they are involved in is your vehicle to make an impact in the world.
"An avalanche can start with the drop of a single snowflake."
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke shares how he deals with haters, trolls, and negative people who judge him as a person and what he has achieved.
From people creating videos on social media judging Luke on his reasons for stopping his Ireland Run, to negative reviews on Amazon about his Ultimate Triathlon documentary, he doesn't immediately dismiss these comments, but looks to see if he can learn from them...
The Ultimate Triathlon Documentary
Chasing Extreme Book
My Ireland Run Podcast
In this episode of the Luke’s Lowdown Podcast Luke reveals his plans of how he is going to run the length of Ireland. He discusses what each day will look like, the kit he will use, what he will eat, and where he will sleep.
Luke dives deep into the three different layers of WHY he is running 660 kilometres in just 9 days as well.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke chats with his Dad about how he uses his own mental strength to overcome some crazy setbacks he has faced.
Broken sternums, self made medical equipment, and a deep personal loss are all examples of some of the obstacles that have been in front of Luke's Dad, and he shares how he has adapted when things haven't gone his way.
Clearly mental strength runs in the Tyburski family....
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke shares his thoughts on how you can use the doubts and negativity of others to fuel your own personal experiences.
LISTEN to PODCAST: Why motivation is like FIRE
READ BLOG: Motivation shouldn't come from a motivational speaker
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke chats with Warren Pole, co-founder of the all natural, real food sports nutrition company 33Shake.
33Shake started by Warren and his co-founders not being able to find the real food sports nutrition they wanted, so without any experience, set off to create their own company. They did not follow the traditional sports nutrition model, but instead went against the grain to create a company that serves athletes globally with great tasting, real food sports nutrition.
Whether you're an athlete, entrepreneur, or own your own business, this insightful episode is for you; as true success isn't about following others, but creating your own path and enjoying the process!
Website: 33 Shake
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke chats about how he looks at what should define each and all of us.
It's not one moment, one result, one day, or even what others say; looking long term, WITH how you act each day is important when defining who you are, what you're trying to achieve, and where you're at as an individual, business, or athlete.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke discusses a concept that he calls 'The Best You Conundrum.'
We hear all the time that we should strive daily to be the best version of ourselves, right!?
This is all well and good when you are taking small steps each day forward to being that best version of you, but what happens when you slip up, fall, or are not the best version of yourself that day, that week, or even for an entire year???
Luke discusses this and shares how you should think and act when this happens.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke chats with the extremely humble James Williams. James is taking on a 900 mile world record, running the entire length of Britain in just nine days.
Apart from the obvious challenge James faces (in actually running this distance in such a short time frame) this isn't why Luke wanted to chat with him.
James is a husband, father, and works a 9-5:30 job five days a week; Luke wanted to get an understanding of how someone with 'real life' responsibilities, a full time job, and family can fit in all his training for his challenge, while also still partaking in day to day life and fulfilling all his responsibilities.
There are many takeaways from this episode, especially how you can prioritise your own time and life to be successful!
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Checkout what he's up on his website
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke discusses the state of his mental health.
He shares where he is at with his ongoing battle with depression, and how he has got to the place he is in today.
Luke mentioned a podcast on sleep - https://peterattiamd.com/matthewwalker1/
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats with his Mum about all things living life. Luke's Mum shares her thoughts on why she encouraged Luke to live his life, and how everyone (no matter of age) can start living their lives too!
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke discusses why making excuses for yourself is detrimental to achieving your goals.
He also shares his process on what he does when things don't go the way he hopes, and how to stop making excuses for yourself in the first place.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke wraps up his second season of the LLP with why it's important to fulfilling the promises we all make to ourselves, and how it can create space in your life to grow.
I hope you have enjoyed season two of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke will be back towards the end of May with another season of weekly podcasts with some very special guests...
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke discusses the benefits of being both patient and aggressive in order to achieve your goals.
Be patient in the long term, but aggressive on a daily basis... What the???
In this episode of The Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke discusses why it's so important to put ourselves consciously in uncomfortable scenarios in life, and never be afraid to fail.
Through being uncomfortable and failing, alongside rest and reflection, this gives us a chance to gain knowledge and grow in all areas of our lives.
THE GROWTH EQUATION
Stress + Rest = Growth
In this episode on The Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke chats with Charlie Ottewill, a man who went on a mission to cycle around the world, and gained insights into how he wants to live the rest of his life.
AND how he fuelled "too many" days on smashed up fish guts...
Strava: Charlie Ottewill
In this episode of The Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke shares the importance of creating a tribe around you, and the type of people he has in his tribe.
If you take anything away from this episode it's this, surround yourself with people who will tell you what you need to know, not what you want to hear!
In this episode of The Luke's Lowdown Podcast Luke discusses why it's important to train your brain daily to help you achieve your goals, and gives you a couple of his favourite exercises to try for yourself.
If you train your body and don't train your brain this episode is for you!
If you train in your craft/occupation and don't train your brain this episode is for you!
If you struggle mentally when faced with obstacles and setbacks in life, then this episode is for you too!
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke discusses how to become more confident when it comes to communication.
He reveals how he has created this "model" because he realised he was an extremely poor listener!
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats with Jane Hansom about what SUCCESS means to her.
What makes Jane unique is not only is she the owner of Sponge Marketing, a sport, travel, and lifestyle PR & Marketing agency, but Jane is also an Ironman triathlon World Champion!
In this episode of The Luke's Lowdon Podcast Luke discusses why creating certain conditions in your life, alongside some preparation, can help you create and maintain motivation to achieve your goals.
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke's first book 'Chasing Extreme' is described by Luke himself. More so, Luke opens up about why he wrote it, alongside how it has helped him to grow as a person and face his fears...
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, mental health is discussed.
Not just what it is, or why it isn't spoken about openly still in todays society, but with a comparison drawn between a "normal" acceptable injury and that of someone battling with a mental injury that is their mental health.
When things go wrong in life, or not how you had planned in your head, what do you do?
Give up, move on, or are you ready to roll up your sleeves and do some work to understand WHY?
In this episode Luke talks about his 'Power of Reflection' steps. This process enables him to unlock and understand the things that go wrong in his life, and learn from these experiences to move forwards.
FREE Power of Reflection eBook
In this episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke chats about his multiple week "social media holiday" and what he learnt from stepping away from posting and engaging with his various accounts.
In this episode of Luke's Lowdown the power of choosing your attitude is discussed.
Attitude, it's a choice no matter what the circumstance, situation, or what anyone says; not even the weather can control your attitude...
In this episode of Luke's Lowdown Podcast, Luke is joined by Richmond's "Ice Cream Queen" Bridget Hunt to discuss what success means to her.
A truly insightful conversation!
I've had a passion for cooking, food, and experimenting since I was very young.
In this episode of The Luke's Lowdown Podcast I share some of my biggest (& funniest) mistakes I've made regarding food and endurance sports!
In this episode I explain why I think external motivation is only a short term unsustainable energy source, and how you can look within to find your unlimited self-motivation to fuel the pursuit of your goals.
Today I share a glimpse into how I became known as a Endurance Adventurer, what I've learnt on this journey, and a way we can look at our lives if we aren't living the life we truly want to be.
I'm a confident guy, but post The 500 Man my confidence has be knocked, a lot!
Not only with my physical ability as an athlete, but also my self confidence as a person.
In this episode I discuss how I've acknowledged my cracked confidence, and what I'm going to do in order to increase it to where it once was, and beyond!
Hear exactly what happened when I took on the 500 kilometre non-stop triathlon I created; The 500 Man...
If you would like to donate to the charity I am raising money for while pushing endurance sports boundaries, I would be extremely grateful!
The 401 Foundation
The very first episode of the Luke's Lowdown Podcast is about giving you an idea of what to expect!
Also, to encourage you (my listeners) to let me know what you'd like me to cover in these short form fun, informative, and varied episodes.
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