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Tuesday
Mar012011

Fitness Behavior Episode 7 - Feed you mind

On this months show I cover a topic that I feel is very important, the content you feed your mind and how it influences the decisions you make in you life. Here's a video of Rick and Dick Hoyt, who I interview on this show.  

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Reader Comments (4)

Thanks for the latest Pod and sorry to hear about how bad it is in Christchurch.

Biggest thanks though to opening my eyes to the absolute legends Rick and Dick Hoyt. I listened on my hours commute into work and just had to tell everyone the story. I've started a new list on my Blackberry of inspirational people/things and they are top of the list. Seriously you'd have thought they'd have made a holywood film already - maybe they can't find anyone appropriate to play the leading men. They really should be up there in the conciousness of everyone in the world. It is truly inspiring.

March 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterStuart

I just wanted to share something that happened to me today. There's a bit of a story but I felt compelled to share.

First, I'm glad that you and your family came through the earthquake okay. I am from ChCh myself and it was very hard being away from my beautiful home town, but I'm so grateful that my family and friends came through unharmed.

So, on to my story. While out for a 10 km run on Sunday, I listened to the podcast about Dick & Rick Hoyt. I love listening to this or IM Talk podcasts when I'm running. I started doing triathlons 4 years ago and am doing my first marathon in July on the Gold Coast here in Queensland. On Sunday I was really inspired by what this father & son team have achieved over the years, and parts of their story were really moving.

This morning when I got up, my niece, also my no 1 supporter at my sporting events, wanted to show me a YouTube clip that a friend of hers had posted on Facebook. She said " Aunty, come and see this Dad who runs and bikes with his son in an Ironman". I couldn't believe that one of her friends, she's 24, had posted a clip of two men, I'd heard all about the day before through your podcast Bevan. It was such an amazing feeling to share their story with her, and all because of your podcast. Whether its the universe helping reinforce the message from Team Hoyt that 'Yes You Can',or some other guiding force, I don't know, but I believe that I Can do whatever I set my heart and mind to do.

Thank you for such a great podcast.

March 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSelena

Thanks for the comments guys. The Hoyts really are amazing team, they really do inspire the world with what they do.

Thanks for listening to the show.

Bevan ;-)

March 17, 2011 | Registered CommenterBevan James Eyles

Hi Bevan you and Andy are right people do exercise for the safety aspects and not for the benefits. As long as they look good when they look in the mirror or their spouses think they are HOT then they are happy. They go and pump the weights or sweat it out in fitness classes sometimes two or three times a day and never look any different Ask them to change their routine or do a different exercise and they look at you like you are stupid and as long as we have gyms then this want change as that is their safety net. People have to want to change and well done to Andy for wanting to change and you for listening to him and understanding what he was getting at.

August 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

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