The footy field probably isn’t the first place you look to when thinking of life lessons, but after more than 200 NRL games spanning over a decade, Paul ‘The Chief’ Harragon has grown-up with an on-field education.
It’s one of the biggest challenges you’ll probably face as parents – the teen years. It can feel like overnight your angelic child turns into a hormone-fuelled, emotional young adult; you’re left wishing you could trade the moody minor for a tantrum-throwing tearful toddler. After seeing the close bond between Paul Harragon and his son Daniel who joined him on the trek to Everest Base Camp with the Mark Hughes Foundation last year, we sat down with The Chief
When it comes to sticking to a training regime, there’s never a tougher time than during the winter months. The wind is icy, the mornings are dark and most of us would much rather be home curled up with a good book or the latest Netflix series. So, how do you keep fit come June? For fitness and motivational advice, you can’t beat Paul Harragon who reckons winter is by far the toughest time to keep healthy. “Your willpower will get tested on
It Was a great thrill to reach Everest base camp – I’ve done it once before but this time was simply brilliant not only did I get to do it with an amazing bunch of mates for an incredibly great cause, but I got to do it with my youngest son Daniel. Memories!
The Mark Hughes foundation trip to Everest base camp was an incredible success 28 out of the 28 participants made it to base camp and incredibly raised over $500,000 for the fight against brain cancer . A great memory for me to be with such a wonderful collective group of people on a magical journey.
With about 50% of Aussie men over the age of 15 reporting health concerns like depression, diabetes and asthma, it’s never been more relevant to talk about the importance of men’s health.
Here is a shot of the gang halfway through the Mark Hughes Foundation Kokoda Coast to Coast Challenge. This was a epic journey where everyone involved push themselves….