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Fitness is a way of life


Lacombe crowd gains playful advice on healthy living.

John MacNeil, Lacombe Globe

Friday, June 12, 2015 2:08:57 MDT PM

Internationally renowned fitness guru Stephen Jepson poses with Burman University student and Physical Education Centre employee Kristen Clark (left) and personal trainer Cortney Taylor after his health presentation, Never Leave the Playground, last Wednesday night at the Lacombe university. Photo by John MacNeil, Lacombe Globe

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Movement Mornings Interview

Movement Mornings Interview:





Stephen Jepson is an award-winning potter and former professor at the University of Central Florida in Orlando who believes the secret to life is to “just keep moving.” He’s committed to researching and documenting his theories for lifetime fitness and is available for speaking engagements.


In this first episode of Movement Mornings, we’re honored and excited to speak with Stephen Jepson from Never Leave the Playground. We bet you didn’t know that Stephen actually gets younger as he ages (you don’t have to believe it, but he does). Stephen’s secret lies in challenging both sides of his brain daily through play and movement at his 7,000 square foot training facility. If you’ve never heard 74-year old Jepson speak, be prepared for a heavy dose of enthusiasm, experience and knowledge!

Let’s head to the playground!

Listen to Episode #1 of Movement Mornings

The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand

The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand

Hi Everyone, I am on my way to:

I will be speaking at The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand, May 2013.

The Movement Culture represents a contemporary paradigm shift in physicality, moving us away from main culprits in movement and fitness as well as the separation between health, aesthetics, performance and art.

Warmly Stephen Jepson

Hello everyone from Long Beach, California

Hello everyone from Long Beach, California!

I have only been here a short time from my hotel in Costa Mesa but my dance card has been totally filled with a variety of activities which I will subsequently describe and two very interesting human beings. I have been treated royally since arriving here. My hostess Margaret Lloyd is a charming, sophisticated, bright, energetic, generous, fun 78-year-old woman of the world. We get up at dawn and walk down the beach to a lifeguard stand where we hook up Chris Sever’s equipment to the lifeguard stand. His company is called: Anchor Point Training, and the equipment that he has developed is fun to use. We have about a 40 minute workout and then walk back to Margaret’s beautiful place on the ocean.

Breakfast here is a main event – actually each meal here has been a main event. So much delicious food – such great variety. Without this kind of activity I would get chubby with all the delicious calories. Yesterday we left Chris working on his computer and Margaret drove the two of us south on Pacific Coast Highway. Leaving Long Beach we drove through Seal Beach, Sunset Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, past Balboa Island our final destination was Corona del Mar, California. There we visited Sherman Library and Gardens where Margaret is a member. This little garden is exquisite. I have been to botanical Gardens around the world and this place fits right in. It is lovely.

Our next stop was a classic hamburger place called Ruby’s. The hamburger was a 10 and the place architecturally was also a 10. Music from the 40s and 50s; Ella Fitzgerald was singing as we left.

Our next stop was the most magnificent retail nursery I have ever seen in my life. The name of the place is Rogers Gardens. Check it out people on the Internet. I found it totally impressive. In the evenings at Margaret’s home both nights so far have been a delicious dinner meal including huge chocolate desserts. Custard, strawberries, ice cream, whipped cream, and of course lots and lots of chocolate – both sauce and pieces of chocolate candy. The meal was impressive but the desserts even more impressive. And then we drank wine and talk and talk until bedtime.

That’s it everybody now you know what I’m doing in Southern California. Thanks for reading. Goodbye for now. Probably the next time you all here for me I will be in Phuket, Thailand and on to new adventures. It is my plan to keep you posted.

Warmly, Stephen Jepson

Fitness Business Summit Keynote Speaker Stephen Jepson


Hi Kids, I will be the “Keynote Speaker at the:

Fitness Business Summit is the “Game Changing” Event of the Year Dedicated to Teaching You How to Easily Attract More Clients, Increase Your Income, and Systemize the Way You Run Your Fitness Business!  Event dates for this event: March 27th – 29th, 2015.

If you are in the area, please stop by!

Warmly Stephen Jepson

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What is your lifestyle?

We were born and we received a one way ticket on this ride of life that ends in death.

What is your lifestyle?

What will your lifestyle be?

How do you rate your ride so far?

Are you going to change anything for the rest of your ride?


Stephen Jepson Juggles Bowling Pins
Stephen Jepson Juggles Bowling Pins

Stephen Jepson  learning and playing somewhere in the Southwest – August  2013.

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Stephen Jepson



What is your lifestyle?
Stephen Jepson Juggling Bowling Pins



American Parkour Interview Stephen Jepson


American Parkour Interview with Stephen Jepson

American Parkour Stephen Jepson

Wenxin Yang sat down with a very interesting man. Stephen Jepson a 74 year old mover. Check out his interview below.

I’ve had the absolutely pleasure of interviewing Stephen Jepson the other day. An ex ceramics professor, he now spends his days practicing, playing, and spreading the message of “Never Leave the Playground.” We had a wonderful conversation over the phone that I have transcribed into interview:

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Stephen Jepson