The Bevan James Eyles Show, Episode 160 - Glenn Marsden
The Bevan James Eyles Show, Episode 159 - Jase Te Patu
Glenn Marsden has had a career in fitness and photography. His work has taught him a lot about helping people and has lead to his passion project, The Imperfectly Perfect Campaign. This is a project to create more awareness of mental health through photography.
In this interview, Glenn shares insight into fitness, mental health, and finding your passion.
Episode 158 - How to improve effort
Jase Te Patu has been in the fitness industry for over a quarter of a century. He is an international yoga and meditation teacher trainer, facilitator, keynote speaker and creator of M3 - Mindfulness for Children aged 5-10 years.
In the past, Jase was a presenter/trainer for Les Mills International. He has also taught dance in schools throughout Aotearoa and traveled Australasia as a professional performer.
On this episode, Jason shares his powerful philosophy on health and fitness and how he's helping others to be more healthy in their lives.
Episode 157: Mike Trott on Exercise Addiction
When we are trying to change or grow in any area in our life there is one thing we need to be good at - improving our ability with effort. We not only need to be great with putting in effort we need to learn to enjoy it.
On my latest podcast, I teach you why this is important and the steps you can take to improve putting effort into the right areas in your life.
Episode 156: My new powerful mindset tool
On this episode of The Bevan James Eyles Show I have an interview with Mike Trott. Mike is a top fitness professional in the UK who is also in the academic world and is currently working on a study around exercise addiction.
We dig deep into this topic and Mike also shares some tips around how to be successful with your health and fitness.
Episode 155: Reon Nolan
Recently I've evolved a mindset tool that I have been using which is having a really powerful affect on me.
On this episode of The Bevan James Eyles Show I share this tool with you so you can see if you want to start using it and experience the benefits and shifts that I am.
On this episode I have an interview with Reon Nolan. Reon was one of New Zealand’s hardened criminals, he first went to jail as a young teenager. He spent a total of 18 years in institutions and jail. where he was beaten, abused, involved in drugs and the very worst of crimes both in and out of jail.