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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.

Dec 10, 2018

Rob is a man who races intense endurance run/walks while wearing his firefighter gear. It may seem odd to the average person, but the reason he does it is incredible. The guests on this show vary in execution of purpose, but all have found there way to it. So often we get sucked into believing what culture tells us to...


Dec 4, 2018

In my experience, I've seen separation from the military cause many to struggle because of a very real identity crisis. The culture shock of re-entering a familiar world without a firm grasp of who you are can create an anxiety ridden experience with intense bouts of depression. How has this become the "common...


Nov 25, 2018

Emily Hill is a life long athlete. However, her in her senior year, an injury took away her favorite sport, Hockey. Her life has been a fantastic example of what we do to empower ourselves after the sport or things we love have been taken away. Now, a physical therapist, she deals with this scenario every week. Wether...


Nov 21, 2018

On today's episode we cover several topics with the founder and CEO of Orange Mud, a company centered around helping endurance athletes of all kinds. We talk about the appeal of dirt, gravel, and trail sports as well as their ability to connect us to our roots as a child. That same string of theory connects...


Nov 13, 2018

Wether we believe it our now, words and labels to have power. PTSD is one such case. I want to redefine the "Stress Disorder" into a true, empowering descriptor. Something that gives us direction. The conversation needs to start, not end at Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I believe the label of "No Longer Useful" when I...