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Bevan James Eyles and 'Coach' John Newsom

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Since 2006 IMTalk has been the weekly Ironman fix for thousands of athletes from all around the world! Bevan James Eyles and 'Coach' John Newsom cover the latest news, reviews and tips for Ironman Triathlon. If you love Ironman, you'll love this podcast! It will improve your training and racing. So click subscribe and join the worlds biggest Ironman podcast!
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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 ha ...
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This week, one of our runners came up to me for some weight-loss advice. During our discussion, I asked the question “Why do you think you are overweight?”. It was obvious that they hadn’t thought about this question as they didn’t have an answer. They looked a bit lost. I suggested that they have to think about this and find a possible answer or a…
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I was talking to a friend last weekend about his financial situation. He was telling me that he probably spends over 8 hours a week stressing about money. This is massive when you think about it, it’s half the time you are awake within a full day! The interesting thing about our conversation is that he’s in a great place with his finances. It turns…
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News: Results and coming up races, John’s short course update. This Week’s Discussion: With the T100 - What course innovations or any sort of innovations would you like to see added to the racing and the coverage? Comment here Interview: We interview pro athlete Bradley Weiss. You can follow Bradley here: Special Topic: We look into what the differ…
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Do you have an area of your life that you know you are very strong in? It could be: Career Health and fitness Being a parent A hobby Does being strong in this area hold you back? You may be wondering what I’m talking about here... I have this concept called ‘Because I’m great I don’t have to’. It’s a concept that digs deep into how our strength can…
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In my book, "I Will Make You Passionate About Exercise," I introduce the concept of four different types of exercisers. They are: The Non-Exerciser: This person has no exercise routine. The Yo-Yo Exerciser: This person comes and goes from exercise The Habit Exerciser: This person has a good routine that they know they can maintain, but sometimes ar…
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Do you feel guilty about the things you aren't doing to help yourself grow or overcome hurdles you face? You are not alone in experiencing this. Many people grapple with such guilt. Unfortunately, instead of prompting actionable change, this guilt often merely exacerbates negative feelings. There's a tool that I use to address this issue. It allows…
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Being true to the real me is important. I like to feel aligned to my values and who I want to be in this world. To take that a step further, I want to evolve so I can learn higher levels of myself. Every day, I have a powerful tool that I use that allows me to get to these higher levels. In this week’s video I teach you this tool. I think you will …
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Here’s a fascinating statistic: Over 80% of people never complete their New Year resolutions. In fact, only 8% of people maintain them for the whole year. There are many reasons why this happens, but to me, there’s one single massive mistake people make when they set their resolutions which leads to them quitting very quickly. If you want to be one…
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In the second of our holiday shows we have an interview that we did with Mike Plant years ago. Here’s what we wrote about Mike when he was on the show: Mike Pigg is recognised as one of the toughest athletes ever. Here's what Macca said about Mike 'Mike Pigg, in my honest opinion, was the most hard-core racer the sport had ever seen. He was an abso…
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In the first of our holiday shows we have an interview that we did with Mike Plant. Mike has passed away since doing this interview so this is a treasured interview. Here’s what we wrote about Mike when he was on the show: Author, photographer, journalist, freelance writer and entrepreneur, Mike Plant has been involved in competitive sports, sports…
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News: Results and coming up races, John’s short course update. Interview: We have Gordo back on the show. He covers 5 key aspects of his comeback. Coaches Corner: John looks back on an article he wrote 20 years ago to see if it still holds up. Age Grouper of the Week: Matt Facey sent through Regan Hollioake.…
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In my last video for the year, I am going to share the three massive (kind of life-transforming) lessons that I have learnt this 2023. These lessons are ones that I'll be carrying with me for the rest of my life. If you would like to learn these lessons, watch this video.By Bevan James Eyles
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Have you had a leader in your life who had a life-changing impact on you? How important was this person to you? Great leaders have a massive impact on the world and on us as individuals. This can be an amazing coach, a manager, an organisational leader, or a connection that guides us to great heights. While great leaders are immensely important, ma…
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Do you exercise regularly but aren’t getting the results you want? Maybe you… - Consistently turn up - Consistently do the workouts But you aren’t seeing the change you want. This is frustrating and can be unmotivating. There are lots of reasons why this happens, but I feel there are 4 main ones. This week I share 4 key reasons people why don’t get…
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