More Than Just Words?

Live Your Epic Adventure – Do More of What Sets Your Soul on Fire

Encouraging words, but how do you know they’re more than just …..well, words?

It’s at this point you’d expect me to give you reassurance that yes, living your epic adventure and setting your soul on fire IS more than just words and that it IS 100% possible.  You might also expect a long list of reasons to attend this retreat too.

I could give you both for sure, however, I thought I go one better and let you hear it “straight from the horse’s mouth”.  Check out the videos below to hear from just two of those who have already discovered just how possible it is:

The next retreat takes place from 22 – 24 September 2017, further details can be found here.  I’d love to see you there.

PS.  Scroll down to the bottom of the retreat page if you want to hear from even more people who’ve changed their lives by attending this weekend.

The Change

Change is absolutely possible.  This audio explains how.


      The Change - full audio

How Can I Change my Life?

Have you read lots of personal development books trying to change your life yet still haven’t seen or felt any real difference? Then watch this short video to find out why…

Click here to begin to Live Your Epic Adventure

A Simple little process to a more conscious and fulfilling life.

      EmpathyAudio clip

Have a listen in I was out in the Shed the other day and it dawned on me a very simple process I use which has a huge positive impact with everything I do and I was thinking this might work for you too..

Embrace Your Dreams and Achieve Your Goals

Watch here for one Simple Step you can apply now to

Embrace Your Dreams and Achieve Your Goals
Enjoy and Share the Good News
Live Your Epic Adventure

Embrace Your Dreams and Achieve Your Goals

Watch here for one Simple Step you can apply now to
Embrace Your Dreams and Achieve Your Goals
Enjoy and Share the Good News
Live Your Epic Adventure

3 mins to a Empowered you

Strengthen your Leadership through the Value of Contribution.

In this little  4min 43 sec Audio clip I talk about Strengthening your Leadership through the Value of Contribution.
Enjoy and I look forward to hearing from you.

More content from the audio…

Live Your Epic Adventure

P.S. If you are ready to follow your Destiny and create the results you want to achieve then check out something very special  HERE!

Spring is in the air…

Helping You Live Your Epic Adventure
Watch and  be ready to embrace the change

P.S. If you are ready to follow your Destiny and create the results you want to achieve then check out our upcoming RETREAT…


So Simple, So Powerful

Albert Einstein said that,

“ Imagination is More Powerful than Knowledge”

Watch this little 5 min video to understand how you can “immediately”

tap into this Power which one of the greatest Geniuses’ who ever lived spoke of.

P.S. If you are ready to follow your Destiny and create the results you want to achieve then check out something very special  HERE!


Power Breakfast

kick ass ultimate power

Conscious Hydration

See with the Minds Eye

Count Your Blessings…

Say Yes To Life…

Welcome on Board from Stevey j

At home in Armagh, live update

Steveys Welcome Home banner in Armagh

Stevey pays tribute to his family

Donation page remains open for a number of days and all contributions in aid of Keith Duffy Foundation and Buddy Bench Ireland gratefully accepted here:

Day 60 finish line, Armagh

Steveys Welcome Home banner in Armagh

Day 59 finish line, Drogheda

Coca Cola International Services, Drogheda

Coca Cola Drogheda Office

Thanks to Coca Cola International Services, Drogheda, for their kind donation to Steveys Epic Adventure.

Finish line Bailieborough, day 58

McGeown Fuels MGF

Northern Sound radio interview

Northern Sound Radio logo

Sean McCaffrey of The Breakfast Roll, Northern Sound Radio, did an interview with Stevey on Thursday 28th July, day 56 of Steveys Epic Adventure.

You can listen back on podcast here: Stevey McGeown on Northern Sound Radio

Fabulous welcome in Lisnaskea, day 57

Welcome home Stevey banner

Thanks to The Bective Bar Restaurant, Kells

Bective Bar Restaurant Kells

Massive thanks to Michael last night for looking after us at his impeccable restaurant, The Bective, Kells. Great food and great staff.

Day 56 finish line, Mohill

Steveys Epic Adventure poster with Stevey and yellow hand of friendship

Thanks to Headfort Arms, Kells

Headfort Arms Kells

Thank you kindly to Vincent and Olivia for their hospitality and Sue for looking after us at the Headfort Arms in Kells.

Day 54 finish line, Duleek

Stevey crossing a bridge over motorway

Thanks to Norspace

Norspace logo and contact details

Thanks to Norspace for providing the portaloos in Phoenix Park on July 23rd.

Day 53, Phoenix Park

Runners at Born 2 Run arch in Phoenix Park

Day 52 finish line, Croke Park

Stevey running beside van and marshal

Day 51 finish line, Corrig Mountain

Steveys Epic Adventure poster with Stevey and yellow hand of friendship

Day 50 finish line, Corrig Mountain

Steveys Epic Adventure banner

Egan Tyres and Service Station, Ballymahon

This gentleman from Egan Tyres and Servcie Station, Ballymahon, saw the team on the road and asked ‘Whats going on?’. Alan filled him in and he gave a dozen bottles of water to the team and made a donation for Keith Duffy Foundation and Buddy Bench Ireland.

The hand of friendship in action, thank you so much.

Family Day in Dublins Phoenix Park, Sat July 23rd

Stevey will run an ultra-marathon from Croke Park to Phoenix Park on Saturday July 23rd.

This will be day 53 of 60 consecutive ultra-marathons in aid of children with autism and Buddy Bench Ireland.

*The Plan*

Stevey will run from Croke Park to Phoenix Park alone, unless anyone wishes to complete an ultra-marathon with him.

Stevey will arrive in Phoenix Park at 11am. The circuit is a 2.5km loop and anyone wishing to join in can stop and start whenever they please, no pressure, just fun!

The running time is 11am to 3pm, run/walk/jog as much as you want during that time.

As it is a loop, everyone will get to run with the legend that is Stevey McGeown.

The route is close to the Papal Cross so runners should look out for the Born 2 Run Arch and tent when they arrive.

To ease administration on the day it would be appreciated if runners could register online here please:

NB: Parking! No Parking on Acre Road. Runners should park at the Papal Cross or Chesterfield Avenue. Race Registration will be marked from here. Portaloos will be available.

Finish line, day 41, Birr

Buddy Bench Ireland Logo

Finish line, Day 36, Waterford.

Day 36 was a night run. Stevey reached the finish line in Waterford at 4.15am on morning of 7th…….running from daylight into darkness.

Reports made to Gardaí of man running down main st, Midleton, in boxers

Funny one for you all Lads.

When Stevey McGeown crossed the finish line in Midleton 2 days ago the Gardai pulled up and asked what are we doing.

When I told them they said ‘ok, fair enough, we had reports of a drunken man in his boxers running up the main street screaming.’


Tks to Ruairi for posting.

Day 32 finish line, Fermoy

Best time so far, 6.01.07 hrs.

Thanks to Janette Towey for providing a free physio session to Stevey after the run.

Minecraft stop over for Steveys Epic Adventure

Steveys pitstop in Minecraft Lovely World

Jen from Digital Reflection has an 8yo son with ‪‎autism‬. He made a pit stop for Stevey McGeown in his ‪‎Minecraft‬ lovely world so that Stevey can visit him.

Jen has been working with Stevey on the digital side of the event for the last several months. Her son is very enthusiastic about the adventure because “Stevey thinks people with autism are great and he thinks I’m great too” (sons words!)

Message from Pat Slattery

Pat Slattery

Pat Slattery is known internationally in personal and business development. You can read more about Pat on his website Pat Slattery International.

Finish line, day 27, Mizen Head

Stevey entering Mizen Head village

Day 26, Bantry, 1000 miles completed

day 26 killarney to bantry

Finish line, Killarney, day 25

Stevey running and Gerard on bike day 25

Day 24 complete

Stevey with supporters on day 24

Crossing the finish line, Foynes, day 23

Gardai in Foynes help Stevey

Steveys Epic Adventure by Bernie O’Connor

Steveys Epic Adventure poster with Stevey and yellow hand of friendship

Running sixty marathons
That’s the plan
An epic adventure
For any man,

Running the perimeter of Ireland
From June to July
Around its cities and ctowns
And villages nearby,

Breaking world records
Along the way
Rain or Sunshine
Running every day,

So come out and join him
On his run
Offering the hand of friendship
To each and every one,

All for charity
Share/follow or donate
Make a difference to peoples lives
Now that would be great,

So keep her lit Stevey
Overcome the pain
Remember why you started
You’ve so much to gain.

Bernie O’Connor.

Day 22 finish, Shannon

text buddy to 500300

Thanks to Clareville House B&B, Scarriff.

Clareville House Bed and Breakfast in Scarriff

Many thanks to Teresa Browne of Clareville House B&B, Scarriff, for looking after Stevey and the team on 21st June.

A fine breakfast set Stevey up for the day. Thank you Teresa.

Teresa Brown of Clarevill House with Stevey

Thanks Heidi

Heidi with Stevey

This kind lady Heidi, visiting from Germany, just happened to be staying in same b&b with the team on 21st Clareville House 4* Bed and Breakfast, Tuamgraney, Scariff, Co Clare and she just happens to be a chiropodist!

Heidi kindly offered her expertise and attended Steveys feet, morning of 22nd.

Much appreciated, thank you Heidi.

Day 21 finish line, Scarriff.

text buddy to 500300

Thank you Alan Haugh, Sports Masseuse, Galway

Thank you to Alan Haugh – a ‪‎Sports‬ Masseuse from Galway who looked after Stevey McGeown on Sunday evening free of charge.

Alan, you time and effort was genuinely appreciated.

One day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run…..

Stevey in Kinvarra day 20

One day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run. So I ran to the end of the road. And when I got there, I thought maybe I’d run to the end of town. And when I got there, I thought maybe I’d just run across Armagh County. And I figured, since I run this far, maybe I’d just run across the great state of Ulster. And that’s what I did. I ran clear across Ulster For no particular reason I just kept on running and decided to run all around Ireland , maybe after 3 years of running I just might decide to stop and buy myself a nice little shrimp farm.

Anyway, like I was sayin’, shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. There’s shrimp-kabobs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There’s pineapple shrimp, lemon shrimp, coconut shrimp, pepper shrimp, shrimp soup, shrimp stew, shrimp salad, shrimp and potatoes, shrimp burger, shrimp sandwich. That, that’s about it.

Stevey McGeown

Steveys Epic Adventure

Day 20 finish line, Lisdoonvarna

Stevey passing through Kinvarra on day 20

Day 19 finish line, Clarinbridge

Day nineteen finish line

Stevey at finish line, day 18, Maam Cross, Galway

soupl while running on day 18

Call of the Wild, outdoor shop, Sligo

Call of the Wild van

Stevey received a huge bag of goodies from Call of the Wild outdoor shop, Sligo. A big thank you to all the staff there for sponsoring the bag and for the support.

Stevey with Call of the Wild bag

Buy Steveys Epic Adventure T-shirts

Steveys Epic Adventure t-shirt

Steveys Epic Adventure T-shirts can now be purchased.

Cotton T-shirt – €15 + €5 P&P

Limited stock of small, medium, large and extra-large. Sizes are good, though longer than you might expect.

Please make full payment on Steveys Epic Adventure Everyday Hero page (secure payment facility) and email your name and postal address to either where Jen will arrange for your t-shirt to be posted. Alternatively you can PM Jen on Steveys Epic Adventure Facebook page with same information.

Please make payment, including P&P, before emailing your postal details.

There are approx 80 cotton t-shirts in stock. This number will be updated as stocks deplete.

Thanks to Castleview B&B, Dromhair

Castleview Bed and Breakfast, Dromhair

A big thank you to Castleview B&B, Dromhair for giving Stevey and the team beds, free of charge, for the night of 14th June. The team was overwhelmed by the kindness of the wonderful staff and fabulous establishment.

Thank you Fermanagh Neuromuscular Therapy Clinic

Myotomes / Voluntary Movement

Huge thanks to Jim Fawcett of Fermanagh Neuromuscular Therapy Clinic for attending to Stevey McGeown on Monday night and Tuesday morning.

Much appreciated Jim.

Stevey at start line & finish line, Castlederg to Co. Monaghan, day 12

Stevey crosses the finish line on day twelve

Stevey at the start line of day 12 ultra-marathon, Castlederg then on to Mountjoy, Omagh, Gortaclare, Clogher and finishing in County Monaghan.

Live tracking:

#‎SteveysEpicAdventure‬ supporting Keith Duffy Foundation Fighting Blindness Buddy Bench Ireland & Paddy Wallace Fund for Autism.

Stevey at Malin Head, day 10

Gerard and Stevey at Malin Head

Steveys interview with John Toal of BBC Radio Ulster

BBC Radio Ulster Logo

John Toal of BBC Radio Ulster said of SteveysEpicAdventure 60 ultra-marathons in 60 days event

“Stevey, it looks like someone took a map of Ireland and let a child scribble on it!” 11.20am.

Clip available to listen back now: BBC Radio Ulster interview with Stevey McGeown, 11th June 2016.

Drummond Hotel, Ballykelly, Derry.

Drummond Hotel, Ballykelly, Derry
Thanks so much to everyone a Drummond Hotel Ballykelly, Derry for taking care of Stevey McGeown & the team on Day 8 of Steveys Epic Adventure.
Staff of Drummond Hotel, Ballykelly, Derry with Stevey McGeown

Salad Bowl, Portrush

Salad Bowl Portrush

Thanks to The Salad Bowl in Portrush for giving free fruit to Stevey and the team yesterday.

Modern Tyre Service, Ballymoney.

Modern Tyre Service, Ballymoney
The Born 2 Run jeep had a puncture today, day 8.  Paul called in to the garage to have it fixed and Modern Tyre Service, Ballymoney, fixed it for free.
Thank you, gents.

Dewhill B&B, Bellaghy, Co. Derry.

Dewhill Bed and Breakfast
A big thank you to Margaret at Dewhamill B&B at Bellaghy Co Derry for her generosity and kindness to the team and Stevey McGeown on 06 June.
Margaret cooked them an evening meal free of charge and went above and beyond her duty to assist them.
Greatly appreciated Margaret.

Thank you Order of Malta

Order of Malta Logo

A massive thanks to the Order of Malta First Aid voluntary crews lead by Michael, Kieran and Simon who kept an eye on Stevey and the other runners on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at the organised events.

Autism and The Hand of Friendship

Jen shares information and some of her personal experience with autism in this short video.

Jennefer Cullinan is from Digital Reflection and has been working with Stevey McGeown for several months on his epic adventure.

‪‎Steveys  Epic Adventure‬ is supporting 2 ‪‎autism‬ related organisations Keith Duffy Foundation & Paddy Wallace Fund for Autism along with Fighting Blindness & Buddy Bench Ireland

Mind Over Matter

Last year before my 100 marathons, my good friend Larry McGuire recommended a mantra that he replayed in his head as he ran; relax – strong. When I adopted it, I added the word; light, and whenever I wanted more speed, I would say; fast.

…relax, strong, light, fast…relax, strong, light, fast…

Repeating this phrase in my mind has been incredibly beneficial to my performance. The rhythm of the phrase falls in sync with my pace and has a soothing effect on my mind. But what’s even more influential is the actual meaning of the words.

Saying ‘relax’ helps me to let go any worry, doubt and fear. It also releases any physical tension or discomfort. By focusing on remaining calm I am affirming that everything is flowing perfectly through my body.

‘Light’ – it’s important to feel buoyant and free when running because then your feet hit lightly off the ground. When I don’t feel weighed down by anything, I can run with long, smooth strides.  ‘Strong’; strength is vital to endurance. Reminding myself that I am stable and steady and works to reinforce my stamina.

And then ‘fast’, I imagine my legs pushing me forward, accelerating speed with each step. The combination of words complement each other and the result makes me feel agile and unstoppable. The process reminds me how our minds and bodies can work in harmony. What we tell ourselves has a huge impact on what we do and how we perform, not just in exercise, but in all areas of life.

Our inner dialogue is our single greatest influencer and so the language we use should be chosen wisely. If that voice repeats negative information, citing all the reasons you can’t, won’t or shouldn’t, then eventually that’s all you’ll believe. The mind will find a way to make those things true.

But the good news is, just like my running mantra, it also works in reverse. As a results coach I help people to eradicate their limiting belief systems by allowing things to be easy. To anticipate the positives, the prospects and the possibilities that life offers. Whatever you focus on, you feel, and what you feel defines you.

Every one of us possesses great tenacity, passed on through previous generations. Our ancestors faced many hardships and for that, we are all here today. That power lies within our genes. To access it, we just need to listen, very carefully, to ourselves.

The Hand of Friendship

I tend to use the word ‘challenge’ to describe my upcoming adventure around Ireland and yes, it is a challenge to run long distances day after day, but there are so many people in the world who face greater adversity year in, year out. These are people to be admired and from whom we can gain great wisdom.

I am running 60 ultra-marathons in a row for a few different reasons. First and foremost it’s to raise money for three worthy charities; The Paddy Wallace Fund for Autism, The Keith Duffy Foundation and Fighting Blindness. Each organisation works hard to improve the quality of life for people with autism and blindness and it means so much to me to be a part of that.

But I also hope to inspire others to overcome challenges in their lives. Every single person faces obstacles and hardships and it can be easy to get trapped in a cycle of self-pity and procrastination. There will always be excuses at hand to keep us down and hold us back. But the truth is, challenges are there to help us grow and gain a deeper understanding of ourselves. With every challenge that we conquer we become stronger and more durable.

YellowHandBut one more significant factor behind this road trip is that I want to encourage people to be more open and understanding towards others. Painting my hand yellow every day for 60 days isn’t just symbolic. It’s a genuine invitation for friendship. Building relationships can be challenging for many people with autism and blindness, but there are times when communication can be challenging for everyone.

Friendship is a powerful force that can ease anxieties. Friendship can cross all kinds of divides, different ethnicities, religions and political groups. By talking, sharing and getting to know one another, we form a common ground. I think if every person lowered their defenses to strangers, the positive impact would be boundless.

So I’m asking everyone to pencil my epic adventure into their summer calendars. Let’s do it together, so pick a day, come out and join me. It doesn’t matter what fitness level you feel you’re at and if you walk or run the route. I just want you to get involved. There is a limited edition Hand of Friendship medal for everyone who registers which not only marks each accomplishment but will hopefully serve as a reminder to keep your hearts and minds open in the future.

But if you feel that an ultra-marathon is more of a spectator sport then that’s ok too. I’m hoping for a supportive audience in every town. Bring your friends and family – play music, sing a song or dance, but most importantly, please donate.

One Foot in Front of the Other

A lot of people ask me if it was always my dream to run 60 ultra-marathons in 60 days, and it’s often met with bemusement when I answer honestly that no, it wasn’t.

But throughout the past few years I have allowed myself to be open to possibilities and opportunities that feel right to me. That feel right for me. Visualisation is a term that comes up frequently in the area of personal development (it basically means concentrating on a mental image of your dreams or goals) but I believe that when you allow yourself to be open and attuned to your feelings and desires the visions will come to you.
That’s how endurance running kicked off for me anyway. I literally saw myself doing it. It was unexpected but the image lit me up and I had the sudden, innate sense that I could do it.

To be honest I believe that applies to everybody, that we can all harness an instinct for the things that pop into our heads. I also think this power is hugely underestimated.
I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of a man called Earl Nightingale, but if you haven’t, I definitely recommend looking him up. He wrote and spoke about life with such wisdom but one thing always stood out for me – he said, “the definition of success is the progressive realisation of a worthy ideal.

I love it. It’s a reminder to go easy on yourself as you work towards your goals. Getting the result you want is important but not if it is to the detriment of everything else along the way. So many people don’t consider themselves to be a success when they’re on their journey, that they’ll only be successful when they’ve reached the top of the mountain, see the extra zero’s on their bank statement or fit into those jeans but that’s not true. The definition of success is the progressive realisation of a worthy ideal. When you have that ideal in your mind and in your heart and are taking steps towards it you are already a success.

And I’ve learned that the hard way; in the past I’ve set myself goals and when I eventually reached them it felt anti-climactic because somewhere along the way I stopped enjoying the experience of the process.

But the worthy ideal goes further than any goal, and that’s how I am approaching these 60 ultra-marathons. It’s not just a matter of getting them done, I plan on enjoying every step of the way.

In and Out

I had no trouble bouncing out of bed this morning thanks to the sun streaming in my bedroom window. But, with just over three weeks left to go before I begin my 60 ultra-marathons in 60 days challenge, there’s a pep to my step regardless of the weather.

To get the body ready for the race of my life, I’ve recently been beginning my days with hot-stone massages, 24 carat gold facials and a quick seisiún inside an arctic sauna.

Ok. I’m joking.

In reality this morning was like any other, getting the three wee ones ready for school in a flurry of French toast and made-to-order eggs (my own preference taking the least effort: crack, crack, swallow.) But I love this time with the kids and wouldn’t change it for the world.

After my lovely wife Catherine had carted them off to school, I went out for a run. From now on, I’m aiming to do 22 miles at least five days a week but today, with the sounds and smells of summer surrounding me – I honestly felt like I could have run forever.

I don’t think the rest of the country was as lucky as Armagh but by mid-afternoon the temperature was up to 22 degrees here, lifting spirits with it as it climbed. It’s amazing how rejuvenating something as simple as warm, fresh air is.

It made me think about the nasal breathing technique Tom Herron taught me a few months ago. It’s pretty straightforward (it’s all in the name really) instead of using my mouth, I inhale and exhale through my nose only and I’ve definitely felt the benefits since adopting this method.

When you breathe through your nose you access a chemical called nitric oxide, which relaxes your muscles so it helps to keep your body loose and limber during exercise. Nasal breathing has also improved my recovery time.

But you don’t have to be an athlete to feel the advantages of nasal breathing, I would definitely recommend everyone to try it. The word ‘relax’ in Latin means to let go off so using your nose to breathe helps to alleviate stress. It can also help with sleep, mood and digestion.

So let me set you a challenge now; every day for the next 7 days, take 10 minutes to yourself and practice nasal breathing. Find somewhere quiet, sit with your back straight and begin to breathe deeply, in and out of your nose. Clear your mind completely and concentrate on each breath. The process itself is calming, like a little break away from the usual routine.

So go on, try it!

World Autism Day! Wearing something blue.

World Autism Day Wearing something blue.Share what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Saturday, April 2, 2016

Enjoyed a bit of Karate today!

Enjoyed a bit of Karate todayStevey 1 bowoo 0Share what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Something very freeing about Running!

Something very freeing about Running Keep er lit Share what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Saturday, March 26, 2016

Share what you Love!

Keith Duffy looking forward to

Keith Duffy looking forward to Share what you Love Keep er lit

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Quote of the Day!

You must go after your wish. As soon as you start to pursue a dream, your life wakes up and everything has meaning.
– Barbara Sher
Choose to be unstoppable!

Quote of the Day

Sometimes there is no next time, no time outs, no second chance, sometimes its now or never !

The very best nutrition!

The very best nutrition Share what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Quote of the Day!

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.
– Melody Beattie

Beautiful Sunday morning Run! Share what you Love!

Beautiful Sunday morning RunShare what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Sunday, March 13, 2016

Free Range of Course. It’s a Beautiful Day!

Free Range of CourseIt's a Beautiful Day oooo o hey Share what you Love

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Friday, March 11, 2016

92 Today! Power of Positive Conditioning!

92 Today Power of Positive Conditioning

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Thursday, March 10, 2016


Quote of the Day: Choose to be unstoppable!

You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments that stand out, the moments when you have really lived, are the moments when you have done things in a spirit of love.
– Henry Drummond

A great day out with all the Muck Hogs

There was snow on the top those hills feeling fresh.A great day out with all the Muck Hogs And runners from near and far.

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Sunday, March 6, 2016

Good Packing Eugene Winters! Thanks for the inspiration Brian!

Good Packing Eugene WintersThanks for the inspiration Brian

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Oh Yeah! Cooking up something good in the kitchen. Inspired by Brians fruit loaf.

Oh Yeah Cooking up something good in the kitchen Inspired by Brians fruit

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Quick update Under water swimming And a good stretch

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Thursday, March 3, 2016

60 Ultra Marathons In 60 Days

Running the entire perimeter of Ireland weaving in and around itscities and towns whilst setting brand new world…

Posted by Stevey's Epic Adventure on Monday, February 29, 2016

Habit of Happiness

Habit of Happiness

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Friday, February 26, 2016

What an inspiration Stevey McGeown is!

Stevey's Epic Adventure

Posted by Stevey's Epic Adventure on Friday, February 26, 2016

Armagh International Road Race

Winner finished in 14 mins 7secs
For 5km 3.1 mile

Armagh International Road Race SUPER FAST Winner finished in 14 mins 7secs For 5km 3.1 mile Unreal

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Thursday, February 18, 2016

Out for a nice fresh run this morning with my good friend Sean Smith Keep er lit!

Out for a nice fresh run this morning with my good friend Sean SmithKeep er lit

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Monday, February 22, 2016

Check it out my good friend Norik Koczarian helping Athletes perform at their absolute best!

Check it out my good friend Norik Koczarian helping Athletes perform at their absolute best

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Thursday, February 18, 2016

Quote of the day

Loving-kindness and compassion are the basis for wise, powerful, sometimes gentle, and sometimes fierce actions that can…

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Friday, February 12, 2016

st malacheys chapel Armagh

Beautiful to scale life like model of St Malachy's Chapel Armagh Built by the crafts men at Mensshed Armagh

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Underwater Training

Under water Training

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Thursday, February 11, 2016

Quote of the day

Learn from the past, set vivid – detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time of which you have any control: now.Denis Waitley – Author and Speaker

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Friday, February 12, 2016

Magical morning with tom herron

Magical morning with Tom Herron Keep er lit

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Enjoy your day Spring is in the air

Enjoy your day Spring is in the air

Posted by Stevey McGeown on Sunday, February 14, 2016