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#133 - Tennille Hay on Balancing motherhood and working in high performance

September 29, 2019
Durham chats with Tennille Hay, a pioneer of strength and conditioning in women's football about her career in strength & conditioning. We cover her time as the HPM of Carlton Football club in their inaugural AFLW season, injury prevention for the female athlete, the challenges of balancing high performance work with motherhood, her new role at Maribrynong Sports Academy, the compounding power of doing excellent work, and career advice to young women on how to make it in football.

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