The stars of Project Pod
Meet the Guests of Series 1
Singer / Songwriter
Winning an international competition to complete the Usher master class. This involved beating thousands of hopefuls to receive priceless performance tips and gain feedback on a live performances and studio sessions on a one to one basis with Usher, Trevor Nelson and others.
An all around nice guy and talented individual Dwaine has the full package. His experience to date has undoubtedly strengthened his resolve to become the best within his field.
Dwaine has appeared of other Tv shows such as Sky1s Must be the music, BGT, And most recently The Voice UK securing a position on Team Paloma.
Team GB Boxer
Sandy Ryan represented Team England at her first Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast where she won gold in the women's welterweight (64-69kg) category.
One of Sandy's career highlights was at the 2014 World Championships where she won a light-welterweight silver medal in her first ever major international championship. A year later, she secured bronze at the European Games in Baku and won her second England Boxing title in 2016.
Under The Bar Goalkeeper Coach
Stephen specialises in 1-2-1 Goalkeeper training along with managing 2 Under 9 Grassroots football teams.
His love for the game has seen him test his skills out at Pride Park where he captained his Derby County Fans team to victory against bitter rivals Nottingham Forests Fans to lift the GLUPRO cup.
Steve has worked along side professional coaches such as Tony Elliot & Eric Steele to bring fantastic lessons to kids of all ages in the Derbyshire area.
Food freedom and body confidence Coach
Victoria is on a mission to empower women to feel confident in their own skin.
Shes has devised three programmes;
Unleash your body Confidence
Ultimate Food freedom and body confidence.
Further to this Victoria has a tonne of tips on mindfulness, well-being and workout advice and is also a fellow Podcaster!
Professional Kickboxer - Glory
Born in London but raised in Derby in northern England, Ammari Diedrick credits early engagement with the art of Muay Thai for keeping him out of trouble as a youngster.
Diedrick competed with success on the UK circuit and was already making a name for himself when he accepted a late call for a slot in an eight-man ‘Road to GLORY’ tournament.
Despite being nearly 20 lbs lighter than most of the other fighters in the tournament, Diedrick blew through it, stopping two of his three opponents in the first round of their fights.
The win earned him a multi-fight deal with GLORY and ushered him into the international ranks, where his campaign to make his name a great one continues.