Entrepreneur Jamie Laing and Former-England Rugby Union captain Chris Robshaw, who is running the TCS London Marathon, have today announced their new mini-series podcast, Daily Dose of Dopamine.

“After some of my biggest achievements, whether it’s a business deal or charity rugby match, there have been times where I’ve not felt 100%. This podcast details how normal that is, and will help anyone who has just completed the incredible feat of running a marathon.”

Jamie Laing, Entrepreneur and CALM Ambassador

Wiggle created the podcast with suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), alongside Jamie and Chris to highlight the issue of PMB – where people who complete something they have been working towards for an extended period of time face a feeling of reduced self-worth.

Daily Dose of Dopamine is aimed at runners of this year’s TCS London Marathon who, in their ‘rest-week’ post-Marathon, may be considering their next challenge – but also anyone who has completed a challenge of this stature, physical or mental.

“Depending on when you read this I will either be about to, or have run, a marathon on behalf of Kerslake Robshaw Foundation. I know that after the highs of playing in front of 80,000 at Twickenham, being on your own at home can bring you back down to earth. My advice is to keep good people near you and stay as busy as possible.”

Chris Robshaw, Former England Rugby Union Captain

The eight part mini-series is available on Spotify and the Apple Store from Tuesday, with some of the highlights including: guidance on how to deal with Post Marathon Blues, Chris’ real-life experience on coping with the low after a sporting high, Chris and Jamie doing bicep curls together ahead of the latter’s upcoming Spain wedding and both of their unusual recovery methods involving nipple cream and red wine.

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