Lewis Moody

Former Rugby Union Player

About Lewis Moody

Lewis Moody is a former English rugby union player known for his relentless work ethic, physicality, and leadership on the field. Born in 1978, Moody played as a flanker for Leicester Tigers, Bath, and the England national team, earning over 70 caps. He was a key member of England’s 2003 Rugby World Cup-winning squad and captained the national team during his illustrious career.

Moody’s career was marked by his exceptional tackling, tireless work rate, and ability to inspire his teammates. After retiring from professional rugby, he transitioned into media, coaching, and charitable work. Moody has become a successful television pundit, motivational speaker, and advocate for various causes, leveraging his rugby experiences to inspire others.

As a public speaker, Lewis Moody focuses on themes such as resilience, leadership, and overcoming adversity. He draws on his rugby career and personal journey to provide motivational and inspirational talks that emphasize the importance of hard work, determination, and maintaining a positive mindset. Moody’s engaging and relatable speaking style, combined with his wealth of experience, makes his presentations both impactful and enjoyable. He often shares personal anecdotes and practical advice, offering audiences valuable insights into achieving success and overcoming challenges in various aspects of life.

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