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2021 GORUCK Selection finisher Chad Malone joins me in this episode to talk about training for and completing the event. There’s much information on his training here that you’re going to want a paper and pen if you’re looking to train for this event. I really hope you enjoy this episode! Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during …
 
GORUCK Selection finisher and Team Assessment winner Mark Jones joins me to talk about a new event series he’s putting on. Ruck:Fest will be hosting their first event in November, 2021 called Ruck:Beta. This Ruck:Beta event will contain three separate events called Ruck:Trail, Ruck:Games, and Ruck:Krew. We talk through these events and what Mark ho…
 
Taylor Welden (senior editor of Carryology) joins me to talk about the new GORUCK x Carryology GR1 Guerrilla X collab pack. We start out talking about his history with design and bag manufacturing, move into when he first met Jason back in 2008, and finish up talking about the new pack. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during th…
 
Emily McCarthy joins me to talk about GORUCK GRT Reunion 2020 and what that’s going to look like this year. Not only is COVID-19 a factor but GORUCK is also beta testing a brand new style of event there called the Tough Star. If you’re curious about any of this then don’t miss this podcast episode! Resources Here’s links to everything we talked abo…
 
2020 has been a mess of a year so far! It seems like so much has happened but when I look at what I’ve accomplished it feels like nothing has happened. In this episode I get into checking on your goals, possibly editing your goals, and staying present during the pandemic. I hope you enjoy this episode and take away at least one good piece of inform…
 
Team RWB and GORUCK are putting together a special virtual ruck event to benefit Team RWB. J.J. Pinter (Deputy Director at Team Red, White, and Blue) joins in this episode to talk about his experiences with rucking, his 50 mile star course, and this Ruck-A-Sketch virtual event. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast…
 
David Ray was diagnosed in Parkinson’s Disease back in 2012. He was told by his doctor that he needed to lose weight and stay active so he joined F3 and started rucking with him. Multiple GORUCK events later (including an HTL) he’s here to talk about his journey and what it’s like rucking with Parkinson’s Disease. Resources Here’s links to everythi…
 
Cadre Belman has run over 100 events for GORUCK since he joined as a cadre in 2017. In this episode we talk about how he got involved in GORUCK, his first event, the events he likes to run, and what the current state of events are. GORUCK shut down events for COVID-19 and as states start to open up GORUCK is beginning to run events again. Now that …
 
Brad Mason is the head coach for ​The Give Team and the Vice Chairman, Board of Directors for the ​New Image Youth Center. In this episode we learn about The Give Team, New Image Youth Center, and the collaboration patch they’ve put together with GORUCK. Quotes “No matter how little you have you always have something to give.” “Life is a team sport…
 
Omar Sobhy joins to talk about some of the virtual training sessions he’s set up with GORUCK Cadre. He’s an accomplished squash coach and has been training athletes for over 15 years. In addition to the virtual training sessions we discuss the events he’s completed, how they made him a better coach, and how to get yourself (and others) out of their…
 
Cadre Kevin Flike joins to talk about his first GORUCK event, becoming a cadre, morning routines, tough decisions, and mental health. I really hope you enjoy this episode and are able to use some the takeaways from it in your daily routine. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: GORUCK Terms & Glossary Supp…
 
Dan Skidmore aka Cadre DS joins to talk about the new GORUCK SRT (Sandbag and Ruck Training) program. He’s GORUCK’s new Director of Training and gets into the details and goals that he hopes to bring to this new venture. Miles: Mindset, Intensity, Load, Environment, & Situation Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast…
 
Jason McCarthy joins to talk about GORUCK’s direction, COVID-19, future products, international events, shipping, and everything else I can think to throw at him. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: GORUCK Terms & Glossary Support Through Patreon All Day Ruckoff YouTube Channel All Day Ruckoff Store GORU…
 
Brent Cooper, executive director for the Green Beret Foundation, joins to talk about his role there, his first GORUCK event, and why he never thought he’d ruck after the military. I really enjoyed talking with Brent and can’t wait to see if he ends up becoming a cadre for GORUCK. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podca…
 
Coach Geo Woodman joins to talk about staying fit and maintaining training during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about race schedules, maintaining fitness, staying safe, and what to look out for when it comes to how your life has changed. He gets realistic in how you should look at training during this time to stay sane. Resources Here’s links to e…
 
Carl Antonio recently completed the five peaks challenge with his son who has Autism. In this episode we talk about their story, how they accidentally started out on this adventure, and how they finished it. I hope this episode gets you excited to get out there and ruck! Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episod…
 
Grant Shymske joins to talk about his experiences passing GORUCK Selection 005. Class 005 wasn’t his first attempt at GORUCK Selection and we get into why he signed up for the event, what he changed between his first attempt and passing, and why he came back for a second time. If you have any interest in difficult endurance events, GORUCK, or GORUC…
 
Dr. Addison Haynes joins to talk about how to stay safe while exercising during COVID-19. We get into the importance of staying active, maintaining mental health, maintaining physical health, and ways to do all of that safely. I hope you’re staying safe out there and, as always, if you have any feedback, ideas, or questions please reach out. Resour…
 
The GORUCK DIY Quarantine Star Course is a Star Course event that you can do on your own time. GORUCK has uploaded hit lists for over 150 cities to their website for you to download and use to complete the event. If there isn’t one for your city then you can easily put one together and submit it yourself. The goal here is to ruck some miles, have s…
 
In this episode we talk about maintaining during lockdown. Maintaining fitness, maintaining structure, and maintaining sanity. I start out discussing four different types of workouts you can still complete while on lockdown. From there I talk about why maintaining some level of fitness is beneficial during these times and why you should make it a p…
 
Mike Grobelch is putting on an event this summer called Sage. Sage is a 48 hour long event that is a follow-on to the GORUCK Jedburgh series. You will receive training in various skills and then execute a mission under stress. Mike joins in this episode to talk about what someone might expect at the event, who will be running the event, and how you…
 
Emily McCarthy joins to talk about GORUCK’s upcoming Team Assessment and Rucking World Championship events. We get into the multiple divisions for each and why GORUCK chose to have divisions for the events. In addition Emily tells some fun stories of her days in training and we talk about some upcoming Star Course changes for COVID-19. Resources He…
 
James is back about his latest project Ruck Wars. Ruck Wars is an online competition designed to allow ruck clubs (and groups of ruckers) to compete against each other through multiple events. Winner will be chosen at the end based on points so sign up (for free) and do your best! Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podc…
 
Although Topher has completed ruck events in the past he’s fairly new to GORUCK events. In the past year he’s completed his first Light, moved to a Tough/Light, then completed the Bragg Heavy. In this episode he tells some great stories about the Bragg Heavy event and things he learned from it. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about d…
 
Amy Petersen of PATHFINDER Ruck Training joins to talk about their Horizon training program. PATHFINDER Horizon is designed to prepare participants for GORUCK Star Course and similar long ruck events. In this episode we get into how Amy got involved in rucking, her first event, PATHFINDER, and the Horizon program. Listen close towards the end of th…
 
Lisa is the founder of Ruck Strong which is strength training for people who ruck. She’s a certified strength and conditioning specialist who has completed dozens of GORUCK events including three HTL events. In this episode Lisa talks about the importance of incorporating strength training into rucking and what that can do for you at events. Resour…
 
GORUCK Ascent was the first non-Challenge style event that GORUCK put on. Chris Way has participated in a ton of GORUCK Ascent events as an instructor which is why I thought it would be fun to bring him on to talk about that event and the evolution of it. If you’re interested in event or GORUCK history then I’m sure you’re going to enjoy this episo…
 
Kristen Lorenz is a fellow rucker and a nutritionist. In this episode we get into nutrition, being healthy, figuring out if you need to look into a diet change, and ways to change your diet without impacting your family. I had a ton of fun talking with her and I really hope you enjoy this episode! If you want to reach out to here you can find all o…
 
2020 brings some updates to GORUCK Team Assessment as well as the first ever Rucking World Championship. GORUCK Cadre Ricky V and I talk about what those updates are and what to expect at the Rucking World Championship. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: GORUCK Terms & Glossary Support Through Patreon A…
 
Completing one GORUCK Heavy is an accomplishment. Completing back to back GORUCK Heavy events is a huge accomplishment. Completing three back to back to back Heavy events is insane. Nick Schrein joins me in this podcast episode to talk about the one Triple Heavy GORUCK event that has ever been completed. Nick gets into his endurance background, his…
 
Patrick was one of three people who completed GORUCK Selection in 2019. This wasn’t his first time at the event and his event resume is impressive. We discuss GORUCK Selection (all of them he’s been in) as well as his training and other events he has completed. If you’re curious about what it takes to complete GORUCK Selection then this is the podc…
 
Cadre Mocha has been with GORUCK since 2013. He’s put on a lot of events and is part of putting GORUCK’s Cadre Reunion 2020 on. In this episode we get into his history with GORUCK and what the Cadre Reunion will entail. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: GORUCK Terms & Glossary Support Through Patreon A…
 
Geo is a USAT certified triathlon coach, Ironman, marathon (and ultra) runner, and GRT. He’s also a personal trainer and, in this episode, we talk about ways to train for GORUCK events and improve your performance. He has a ton of experience working with athletes from all different sports and does a great job bringing that experience together when …
 
We’re in the days between Christmas 2019 and the start of 2020! In this episode I talk about how I set goals, goal setting in general, and tips for making your 2020 the best year possible. Goal Setting 2020 Write down (or find your list of) your 2019 goals. Mark the goals you accomplished and the goals you didn’t accomplish. Going through the goals…
 
Bianca is the Events Operations Coordinator for GORUCK. She joins to talk about how she got involved in GORUCK, the GORUCK 2020 event schedule, and what it’s like to plan an entire calendar year of GORUCK events. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: GORUCK Terms & Glossary Support Through Patreon All Day …
 
Cadre Cleve has been one of the main cadre proponents for the Marine Heavy. I’m excited that he’s able to joint in this episode to talk about the event, what it means to him, and what he hopes to do at it. We also get into a slew of other events and topics and have a really good conversation around all things GORUCK and rucking. I hope you enjoy th…
 
The Tun Tavern GORUCK Challenge was Bomber’s favorite event ever or so he says. In this interview we talk about the Tun Tavern Tough event that occurred in Philadelphia, PA. If you were curious about this event or some of the other events coming up then make sure to catch this episode! Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the…
 
Eric from Rucks on Parade joins in this episode to talk about the virtual events they’re running. These virtual ruck events are well thought out, a great workout, and sometimes a bit of fun. If you’re looking for a bigger workout and need some inspiration then maybe head on over to Rucks on Parade and check out what they have going on. Happy Thanks…
 
Alex Kaliniak recently completed GORUCK Selection Class 021. He joins me on this episode to talk about this training plan, his diet, and everything he did to complete the event. If you’re looking for some great information on GORUCK Selection including tips to train for larger events then do not miss this podcast episode. If GORUCK Selection is som…
 
Tim Galloway joins to talk about his experiencing going down to GORUCK HQ and photographing GORUCK Selection. I’ve previous had GORUCK Selection Finishers on, GORUCK Selection Cadre on, and I think this is the first time I’ve had someone on who was at the event but not directly taking part in it. He definitely has a unique point of view when it com…
 
Chad Malone joins me yet again this time to talk about GORUCK Selection Class 021. He did not complete the event although he did do an amazing job out there. He’s a great athlete, an awesome coach, and someone who is very inspiring. As I mention during the podcast this is Part 1 of 2 so if you have any questions for Chad leave them in the comments …
 
Mark Jones joins me on the podcast again this time to talk about GORUCK Selection. He was one of the three finishers of GORUCK Selection Class 021 and I’m so happy to have him here to chat. This was Mark’s 4th attempt at Selection and it’s the one he got through. I’m really excited for him and I hope you enjoy this episode! If GORUCK Selection is s…
 
Alex and Lindsay (co-founders of Barbells For Bullies) join to chat about their virtual ruck event with GORUCK, their charity, and why they decided to start their charity. It’s so refreshing to talk with people who are passionate about what they do and just want to make the world a better place. I really hope you enjoy this episode with them and ch…
 
Cadre Dan joins to talk about the history of GORUCK Selection. We discuss the event, the roots of it, the first classes, and how it got to where it is today. If GORUCK Selection is something you’re even remotely curious about then this is the podcast episode for you. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode: G…
 
Chris Way and Stony recently took part in the Sniper Adventure Challenge. They have both completed GORUCK Selection (different classes) and came together for this team event. In this interview we get into why they were on a team together, how training went, both of their experiences with these types of events, and how they did. Resources Here’s lin…
 
Paige Bowie finished GORUCK Selection Class 003 back in 2013. She was (and still is as of 9/2019) the only female to complete GORUCK Selection. Paige joins me on the podcast to talk about her experience with GORUCK Selection and her thoughts on it now. I really hope you enjoy this interview with Paige Bowie! Resources Here’s links to everything we …
 
Cadre Garret joins to talk about the new GORUCK Shooter competition events for 2020. This will be the first time that GORUCK has put on these Shooter events. We get into where the events came from, what will happen at them, and what you will need to do to earn your patch. That’s right… not everyone who takes part in the GORUCK Shooter event will ea…
 
Jess and Rebecca from the Tokyo Hikyaku Ruckers join to talk about their ruck club, how they got started, what kind of training they do, and the events that are run over in Tokyo. They’ve has massive growth since they started out and we get into why that might be the case and what they do to support their members. Finally, we touch on gear and how …
 
Tim Galloway joins to talk about shadowing GORUCK events, being a professional photographer, working with GORUCK, and the gear he uses at events. Tim has some serious passion when it comes to photography and it has been so great to see him bring that to events over the years. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast e…
 
Jason Shealy joins to talk about his experiences with GORUCK and why he writes GORUCK parody songs. We get deep into a lot of different topics I didn’t think we’d cover including why we do GORUCK events, which cadre has the most swagger, why everyone should do an event with Cadre Igor. Resources Here’s links to everything we talked about during the…
 
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