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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.

Oct 29, 2018

Adam and I discuss how to navigate on course nutrition when racing an endurance event. Why is Cola on the course? Do I need Gatorade or just eat gels. This episode is good for those who are thinking about racing, as well as for those who wish to better understand the nutrition portion of racing better. This will be EP 1...


Oct 22, 2018

Endurance sport has provided many people a battle ground to confront their inner demons and build some healthy habits to replace destructive addictions. Endurance running and weight lifting have provided peace to my guest Will Owens after his time as a Marine. With his life heading in a bad direction, he sought help and...


Oct 16, 2018

What do I mean when I say, "find your epic." Thats my weekly reflection today. Finding your epic is subjective. It looks different to everyone based on their abilities, limitations, and goals. At the root, finding your epic includes finding vulnerability, humility, and patience. They lay the foundation for the epic...


Oct 15, 2018

I had the chance to catch up with fellow Ironman triathlete Mike Ergo to talk about the awkward transition from combat zone to civilian life. Mike and his story was featured on NBC Sports coverage of the 2017 Ironman World Championships. He recently had me on his podcast "Transitions from War" which can be found...


Oct 10, 2018

When we look at growth, we need to embrace the idea of constant movement. We need time under tension instead of explosive movement. Explosively may be flashy or even beneficial at times, but we pay a higher price when we go this route in our training or our own personal development. Today I talk about how I'm embracing...