Natasha Jonas is a London 2012 Olympian, World bronze medalist, athlete mentor and boxing phenomenon. Natasha joins Real Talk Real Women to talk about: 

  • How she got into boxing.
  • Her advice for women in their twenties or older who want to pick up a new sport.
  • How she used to visit boxing events with her dad, but never expected to be in the ring herself.
  • The moment she decided she wanted to compete.
  • How she’s being perceived as a boxer and how she feels about the stereotypical images around boxing.
  • Boxing as a male dominated sport.
  • Dealing with the mental side of things.
  • Whether talent is something you’re born with or not.
  • The importance of family and loved ones when it comes to gaining success.
  • The most important thing she’s learned as a competitive boxer.
  • And much, much more…

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I'm a London 2012 Olympian, World bronze medalist, athlete mentor and boxing phenomenon.

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