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Endurance is a word that makes people think of sport, or pushing forward through adversity. Project Echelon is my non-profit and we educate, equip, and empower veterans and their families to heal through physical activity and self discovery. This show serves that mission. How do I train in a healthy way? How do I use that physical outlet to pursue a healthy mind and heal the invisible wounds of the past? We own three things in this life, our mind, body, and story. How we use our minds and bodies writes our story. We want to help you write the best story possible.

Sep 24, 2018

Comparison has been called the robber of joy. But, does it have a positive connotation in our own personal or athletic development? I believe it does. But, for it to be a positive force, we must learn how to compare ourselves to the right person for the right reasons. This frames my discussion with Adam Hill on...


Sep 22, 2018

When we chose to heal and pursue our growth, many things will change. One of the things we must accept is that this process has a cost. We need to accept that we will lose certain relationships that we may are vital to our happiness. However, that same attitude and false belief keeps many of us stuck in our misery...


Sep 17, 2018

Form Army Ranger and host of "Grateful Nation" tells his story of transitioning from the military to becoming a working actor in Hollywood. We talk about the role acting has played in his own health and how it can be an excellent outlet for our transitioning veterans as they navigate the...


Sep 10, 2018

Joining me today is Jake Widmann. He is currently serving in the Army, hosting his own podcast (Sologood Self Mastery), a father, a husband, and is releasing his book "Up" in late September. He had a long struggle with alcohol and recently achieved 1 year of sobriety! Through the challenges in his past, he has taken...


Sep 3, 2018

Project Echelon active duty Ambassador Josh Boguslofksi is stationed in Italy. Not a bad place for a cyclist! After being injured in a vehicle roll over in Afghanistan, he found cycling as a way to heal and work through his PTSD (Post traumatic stress disorder). In this episode, he tells his story and why he is excited...