The Bevan James Eyles Show - The Fitness Behaviour Podcast
Summary: Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He has learnt that fitness is about behavior, that we need to learn the behaviors that create success in this important area. So that's what this podcast is about. Teaching you how to learn to be more successful with your fitness behaviors.
Lisa Osborne is one of the biggest names in fitness. As an athlete she has been a world champion in competitive Aerobics and has reached the highest level in the Crossfit Games. She is also a key figure for the world leading fitness brand Les Mills. In this interview Lisa shares what drives her as an athlete, how she overcomes adversity, and shares insight into how to be a great fitness professional.
Does this crazy moment in time make you regret the choices you have made in your life? or is it a time that reinforces the choices you have made? This is a big question to explore which can reveal where you need to develop yourself. This is what I do on this episode. I also give you a plan that can help you create change in your life.
This week I have an interview with Kathleen Trotter. Kathleen is a fitness expert, media personality, personal trainer, writer, life coach, and overall health enthusiast. She is the author ofFinding Your Fit: A Compassionate Trainer’s Guide to Making Fitness a Lifelong Habit and Your Fittest Future Self: Making Choices Today for a Happier, Healthier, Fitter Future You. We go deep into all things health and fitness. You can find all of work at her website: www.kathleentrotter.com
Are you finding that your exercise is falling away with what is happening with the Corona Virus? Is this leading you to an unhealthier place were you are feeling that you are losing yourself? If so make sure you listen to this weeks show as I share the 4 keys to exercising in these crazy times. This will help you get the benefits you need from exercise, in a time where you need these the most.
Dr Greg Wells is a world leading health and performance expert. As a scientist and performance physiologist, he has dedicated his career to exploring and researching human limits and making that science understandable and actionable. On this Episode Greg shares important advice that can help you healthily manage through these tough times. You can find Greg’s work here: www.drgregwells.com
One of the listeners of the podcast sent through a question about how to stay present and enjoy the 'now' when you are chasing growth in your life. It was a good question so I decided to answer it on this episode. If this is an area that you need to work on make sure you listen.
Michael Hempseed is back on the show to talk about how childhood trauma impacts health in many adults. He covers what are the causes of trauma, the signs you have been affected by it, and how to work through trauma to create a healthier place in your life.
Do you struggle with your discipline? If you do you are not alone as it’s an area that a lot of people feel they fail in. In this episode I share some important lessons about discipline. These lessons will help you learn how to be more successful in this important area of your life.
I recently did an interview with leading fitness professional Grant Goes on his Find Fit People Show. Grant has had a long career in fitness and is helping people learn how to be more successful with exercise. In this episode I share this interview with you.
While most of us create New Year’s resolutions many of us never create the change that we desire. This can lead to a place where we feel we are stuck and that we’ll never be the version of ourselves that we want to be. If you have identified that you want to change, creating this change is important. On this episode I teach you a different approach to achieving your New Year’s resolutions, one that will give you a higher chance of being the version of you that you desire.
In my holiday version of the show I have an interview that I did with Anders Ericsson from a few years ago. Anders is leading academic in expertise and the author of Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise.
In this episode I breakdown three different ideas: 1. How to manage stress by firstly not creating it 2. How it can be freeing when you reveal something you disguise about yourself 3. The cost of not figuring out the real problem you need to be working on There’s a lot to reflect on in this show, enjoy.
This week I have an interview with Laura VanZee Taylor Laura is an award winning documentary director who has recently released ‘I am Maris’, a documentary about Maris, a young woman with an eating disorder and how yoga helped her move to a healthier place. In this interview, we talk about Laura’s interesting career, the making of the documentary, and what she has learnt about eating disorders through this experience.
I had an experience recently which made me think that there needs to be healthier ways to interact with others. On this episode I discuss my experience and put a challenge to you which could help shift our personal interactions to develop stronger, healthier connections
Jess McGregor is a qualified nutritionist and has a degree in Sports and Exercise Science. She’s always had a passion for health and fitness and in more recent times has put her focus into helping guild parents with childern’s nutrition. On this episode Jess shares many insights into how you can help the children in your life be healthier in their first 1000 days.