Bevan James Eyles is a fitness coach, ironman athlete, author, podcaster and all round genuine legend.
He’s been working in the fitness industry for almost 2 decades and I highly respect and value his community ethos and “movement is medicine” approach to help people get active – active and moving to improve their quality of life, not to be elite athletes.
This episode isn’t just about fitness but i kick it off asking about what fitness behaviours mean to him because that’s what he does best and there’s some great perceptions and ideas that can help ALL of us,
The real gold comes when Bevan shares his story of the first 20 years of his life and all of his addictions, habits and simple things he couldn’t do, like reading or writing, and then you look at what he’s achieved in the past 20 years of his life, you’ll be inspired to take action and give yourself a bit of kick in the butt and take the action required for us to live more true to ourselves and fulfil our potential.
Bevan is a great example that we as humans are mostly limited by our belief systems, not our external environments!
In this episode we discuss:
- 3 epiphany’s that Bevan had that completely changed his life
- Why he believes that his real job as a fitness professional is to be a community leader
- How we can all learn fitness behaviours to improve our quality of life
- How he teaches belief
- Why small wins are crucial for personal development
- His Robyn Hood approach to help bridge the movement and fitness gap in lower socioeconomic areas of his home country of New Zealand
- And so much more.
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