Whilst on holiday in Dubai Peter took time out of his break with the family to chat to us on the show. He has recently retired from a 20 year professional rugby career, has never had an operation and is in exceptional shape. This show is full of energy and some sound advice from a man with a wealth of experience.
- “Give me a reason not to drop you”
- Everyone wants to win
- Becoming the 24 hour athlete
- Work hard on what you are good at
Peter Alexander Stringer (born 13 December 1977) is an Irish former rugby union player who played at scrum-half. He spent 15 seasons with Irish province Munster, during which time he had loan spells with English teams Saracens and Newcastle, before moving to England with Bath, Sale and Worcester. Internationally, Stringer represented Ireland and the Barbarians. He announced his retirement from rugby in June 2018. He played 98 times for his country and over 230 for his Provence which is an amazing number of games.
A lot of rugby players and professional sports people end their careers bashed up and not sure what to do. Peter is quite the opposite as he is in the best shape of his life, has an amazing outlook on things and you can feel his real energy throughout the show.
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