Kaizen Skills: Fitness for Your Life

 

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“If you are depressed, you are living in the past.

If you are anxious, you are living in the future.

If you are at peace, you are living in the present.” – Lao Tzu (circa. 510 B.C.)

All forms of endurance-based exercise are sensory immersive experiences.  Beyond maintaining physical health, consistent and mindful exercise is an effective empowering path to harmony, ease and brilliance for our lives.

 

“Shane Eversfield, I love this kaizen mindset!”
– Wayne Kurtz, Triple-Deca Iron Triathlon Finisher (30 Ironmans in 30 days)

Stress: Enemy or Ally?

Each of us encounters stress every day: Rich or poor, young or old, active or sedentary, we can not avoid it.

Stress affects our health – physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually.  It can run us down and make us ill, regardless of physical strength.  However…

As we exercise and train for physical fitness, each of us can develop empowering skills to transform stress from a liability to an asset, from a lethal enemy to a trusted ally:  

  • No additional time commitment.
  • No compromise to your training.
  • Any current fitness level.

Find out more:

  • Free 15-Minute Informational Session: “Kaizen Skills Fitness For Your Life”
  • Wednesday, 25 September, 7 PM  (Q&A to follow)
  • Island Health and Fitness

 

This is the most empowering program I offer.  It is the essence of my craft in sport and in life.” – Shane Eversfield

To live healthy, master the Fitness Cycle. It has three phases: Stress, recovery, adaptation.  All growth occurs through this cycle – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual.  

Like it or not, stress is the vector for growth.  We pursue mastery by developing a healthy relationship with stress.

Six Session Course

Begins Sunday, 13 October

 

Six consecutive Sundays: Noon – 2:00 PM

Tuition: $240 (Discounted tuition rates available: Contact Shane)

 

Problem:  “I can’t recover from stress.  My health is compromised.”

Solution: Transform your relationship with stress.  Kaizen-durance empowers you to do this.

Exercise encourages us to Be Here Now.  Truthfully, there is no place else you can be but here and now. 

Mindfulness is mind fitness.  Mind fitness is your capacity to invest and engage all facets of your attention with what is arising here and now.  

Striving for brilliance?  Brilliance demands mind fitness.

To find out more contact Shane

Make 2020 Your Year for Mastery

As you exercise and train, do more than “hit the numbers”:  You have the opportunity to develop and exercise your most promising and infinite resource as a human being as. This resource is free and inalienable for all. Use this resource to heal and empower yourself, in sport and in life.  This won’t require any more of your time.

Finesse is stronger than force.  – Zenman

Maximize return on your aerobic investment.  When we approach the repetition of endurance-based exercise as a practice of mindful movement, our exercise doubles for both physical fitness and mind fitness.  Fitness for your life.

An Introductory Six-Session Course

A cutting-edge, breakthrough course for athletes and exercisers of all levels.

Format:

  • Six 2-hour sessions
  • Each session includes guided discussion and mindful exercise (appropriate for all fitness levels)
  • Offered by Shane Eversfield, founder of Kaizen-durance

2019 is your year for life fitness and mastery:

  • Be alert, inspired, engaged in every moment
  • Go faster and farther
  • Use less energy
  • Recover faster
  • Reduce injury, burnout and boredom

Hack Your Performance Potential at Any Age

To find out more contact Shane

Course Facilitator:

Shane “Zenman” Eversfield, Founder and C.E.W.* of Kaizen-durance® has identified, investigated and extensively “field-tested” these kaizen skills – as an ultra endurance athlete, as an athletic educator and as a functional, engaged human being.   

(* Chief Endurance Whisperer)

Zenman has taught thousands of clinics, and trained coaches in the US, Europe and Asia.  As a kaizen athlete, he has completed several ultra endurance events including double and triple irons and 100-mile runs.  In 2016, he completed the Kaizen-durance 500 “Moving Beyond A.L.S.”:

  • 12-Mile Swim
  • 400-Mile Bike
  • 88-Mile Run
  • 99 hours
  • $9000 raised for ALS Foundation

check out this recent podcast interview with Shane.

check out this Ithaca Times article

check out his bio here

 

 

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