No pain no gain

Seems hard at the time but the rewards can be great.

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Helen Skelton

Helen Skelton

The Blue Peter presenter has completed a 2010 mile kayak trip along the Amazon River for Sport Relief. Helen believes "You get out of life what you put in."

Chrissie Wellington winning the Ironman triathlon world championship 2009. Copyright: Cannondale

Chrissie Wellington

The World record breaking triathlete's key message is "You never know how good you're going to be, or how much you're going to enjoy something, until you try it, so you give it a go."

Phil Hill. Copyright: Cardiff Devils

Phil Hill

The Cardiff Devils forward says "If you get your education, then you've got your platform set up for you."

Christine Ohuruogu

Christine Ohuruogu

The Olympic gold medallist says "When it gets a bit difficult, my passion's enough to pull me through."

Daniel Lloyd. Copyright: Cervélo

Daniel Lloyd

The professional road racer believes that "If you keep going and believe in yourself, then eventually you can reach the pinnacle of the sport."

Andrew Stone

Andrew Stone

Find out how dance can improve your posture, fitness and communication skills with tips from the jazz instructor from London's famous Pineapple dance studio.

Catherine Williamson

Catherine Williamson

The professional cyclist takes time out of the British National Women's Road Race Championships 2009 to talk to Raise Your Game about the motivation to succeed.

Jeremy Wariner. Copyright:

Jeremy Wariner

"Work hard, don't give up, and enjoy what you do," says the 400m World Champion.

Andy Baddeley

Andy Baddeley

The middle-distance runner talks about how a good team spirit inspires him.

Megan Moody

Megan Moody

The star of Great Britain's ladies basketball team says "You have to believe that you can be successful and achieve things."

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Pierre Dulaine

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Check out the video with the famous dance instructor Pierre Dulaine.

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Colin Jackson

Work hard

Colin Jackson reveals more top tips on making exercise part of your lifestyle.

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