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Under The Log is a podcast that features interviews with men and women who have recently participated in a GORUCK event. We talk about their experience, training, lessons learned, and as much as we can cram into our time together. Whether you're an old school GRT, someone wanting to learn more about what it is like to do a GORUCK event, or just enjoy hearing personal stories of growth and discovery through adversity, this is the podcast for you.
 
Sneaker YouTubers Bryan and Big Nacho bring you the Sneaker Enthusiasts Podcast. Each week they bring on a guest to discuss all things related to sneakers and the sneaker industry. From important sneaker releases to long form interviews with industry experts, The Sneaker Enthusiasts Podcast will break it all down for you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Weekly content for Enlightened & Resistance about The Niantic Project: Ingress. Basic Gameplay, Items & Inventory, Agent Protocol, Missions, Intel Acquisition, Tips & Tricks, Tactics, and Scanner Etiquette. Bonus Content for Field Ops, Ingress Events (XM Anomaly, NL1331E, Mission Day, GORUCK, Operation Clear Field, Ingress FS and other community events)SUBSCRIBE and become a better Agent today. Your faction is counting on you.
 
G.O. Get Outside: The Podcast is a radio-style interview show for people who want to spend more time outdoors. Each episode of G.O. delves into the outdoor lifestyle of some everyday person who probably has more in common with you than you think. Whether you are BASE jumping off a flying unicorn or hiking around your neighborhood in between diaper changes, you have a place here.
 
Believe in the Run's Thomas Neuberger, Robbe Reddinger, and Meaghan Murray bring you all the latest in the running world. Not only do they discuss the hottest shoes and gear on the market, but they deliver insight from interviews with industry professionals and athletes. The BITR trio also provides athlete-centered running news and stories, as well as some mental tips to keep your legs churning and help make the miles fly by.
 
The Gentleman Scofflaw Podcast is a weekly comedy chat show for the rebel and the renaissance man. Hosted by comedian and filmmaker Jordan Crowder, along with John G. Goodman and Donovan Fowler, GSP is your favorite local tavern with a rotating door of unfiltered guests on the fringe of the entertainment industry; pondering everything from cinema, comedy, pipes, spirits, pop culture, theology and the meaning of life… oh, and it’s funny.
 
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This week on The Drop, Thomas, Robbe and Meaghan recap Timothy Olson's FKT-breaking run of the Pacific Crest Trail before previewing Olympic track and field (17:14). Then, Thomas and Meaghan are joined by running coach and all-around badass Alicia Vargo (@aliciavargo). They talk about running in college with fellow legends, coaching philosophies, h…
 
“The more I use my voice, the more powerful I feel.” For Episode 046 Jason and Emily have a deep and far-ranging conversation with Melissa Urban: Whole30 Co-Founder and CEO, recovered addict, New York Times best-selling author, mother, podcast host, nature churchgoer, and rucker. From a “good kid” in New Hampshire through trauma, addiction, recover…
 
Training while traveling presents challenges, whether your a frequent business traveler or someone who only travels to visit family or for vacation. Either way, we have to decide to train or not to train and then how to adjust training before, during, and after to best meet our goals. If you are someone who rarely travels and NEVER misses a workout…
 
I last spoke with Dan Schilling in episode 64 about his NY Times Best-Selling book “Alone at Dawn”. Today, he has a new book, The Power of Awareness. Schilling uses his personal experience from conducting combat and covert missions around the world, founded and then commanded two special operations squadrons – the second being one of America’s most…
 
Noah Hayden continues his discussion with Niki & Matt, now laying out & discussing his proposed exercise selection criteria and programming criteria. Below are his proposed exercise selection criteria. train the most muscle mass in normal, predictable movement patterns requiring normal coordination when possible over the longest effective range of …
 
This week on The Drop, Thomas, Robbe and Meaghan break down two upcoming HOKA ONE ONE shoes that they're excited for: the Bondi X and Rincon 3 (15:56). Then, Thomas and Meg are joined by running YouTuber Ethan Newberry (@ethannewberry), aka The Ginger Runner. They talk about his passion for telling stories, creating interesting content in the runni…
 
Noah Hayden joins Matt & Niki to reexamine the exercise selection criteria. Noah first pitched these ideas in episode 3 of the Barbell Health Series & then Noah Hayden refined them in an article for Barbell Logic. As coaches, we likely love lifting, and this passion helped motivate us to pursue a career in helping others lift and experience the ben…
 
This week on The Drop, Thomas, Robbe and Meaghan weigh in on Sha'Carri Richardson's suspension that will keep her from competing at the Olympic Games in Tokyo (10:35) before breaking down the New Balance Propel v3 and Prism v2 (20:36). Then, Thomas and Meaghan sit down with Jonathan Levitt of InsideTracker to talk about his unusual start in running…
 
Time is your most valuable resource, and you don’t know how much of it you have on this earth. Because of this, protecting time, being efficient, and knowing when to trade money for time is important. Its importance heightens if you find yourself in a situation where you make enough money that you can make more money on your work than completing a …
 
“It’s the ultimate symbol that freedom and liberty will always prevail. Always.” For episode 045, Jason, Emily, and Rich talked with Sergeant Major Dan Plants about D-Day and the GORUCK events he has led in Normandy to remember and honor the sacrifices of those who fought there. A history lesson combined with the personal remembrances of those who …
 
Chris & Matt Reynolds like to wake up early and GET AFTER IT. If you don’t, that’s okay, but you might try before you write this off and it’s super important to have a consistent sleep schedule regardless of when you go to bed and wake up. You can’t make up for lack of sleep on the weekend, and your body will learn and adjust to a regular sleep sch…
 
Let’s talk about focus. This is something people don’t do well these days. Focus has atrophied due to smartphones, social media, the internet, TV, etc. Focus, however, is critical to productivity, success, happiness, and getting done deep work. Something that can help both improve focus but show you how hard it is to focus and how easily you get di…
 
Matt & Chris share a technique they use all the time, called the Pomodoro Technique. This technique is perfect for both knocking out urgent tasks or carving out time to dedicate to deeper, important work. The original approach is to dedicated 25 minutes to totally uninterrupted work followed by a 5 minute break. You can string together multiple blo…
 
We all have things we think are important, we want to get done, but we continue to put off. This occurs because of the difference between urgent tasks and important tasks and the 4 different types of actions that occur (as an action can be urgent & important, neither urgent nor important, urgent but not important, or not urgent but important). We t…
 
As advocates of strength training, we encourage people to add strength training as a habit. Many of the most important things we need to do to live a more fulfilling, productive life, however, involve breaking bad habits. Bad habits don’t have to be bad in a moral sense. They ultimately don’t provide us value and bring us closer to our goals. They …
 
Scott & Matt share some of their productivity tips: what to do, what to not do, and what equipment or apps help them. When it comes to equipment and apps, both of them find having one huge monitor, 2 monitors, or 3 monitors helps, as one monitor simply adds time to tasks on the computer. Scott has also found value in having a scanner to digitize do…
 
We have a model for the proper performance of the lifts and we understand programming principles and how to drive progress over time, but we have to acknowledge that for lots of people lots of the time, they can’t train optimally. And, honestly, at some point everyone--every single person--will be unable to train optimally. In these cases, we have …
 
Recorded 7/2/21 with DonHo & Scabbyhttps://speedforneed.org/The mission of Speed for Need is to raise awareness and foster inclusion of those with a special need through participation in fitness events supported by the men of F3 Nation.We push Track Commanders (riders with a special need) in customized racing wheelchairs to help them participate in…
 
This week on The Drop, Thomas, Robbe and Meaghan recap the U.S. Olympic Track Trials (8:13) before discussing Sarah Hall and Galen Rupp's recent entries into the upcoming Chicago Marathon as well as the results from the Western States 100 (17:24). They also break down the Nike Pegasus Trail 3 (21:15). Then, Robbe and Thomas sit down with ultrarunne…
 
Jim “Pee Wee” Martin in Ohio, one of the “Toccoa Originals” and few surviving paratroopers of WWII sat down with Jason and Rich, along with a handful of GORUCK Cadre, for Episode 044 in Ohio. On June 6, 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Martin became the last WWII era American paratrooper to jump over Normandy at the age of 93, landing behind Ut…
 
Matt & Niki discuss their pre-workout routines, from when they train, how they plan for training on the road, food, water, clothes: everything about how to properly prepare for training--physically & mentally. Rituals both help prepare us for training specifically (e.g. laying out our clothes the night before or making some overnight oats ensures o…
 
This week on The Drop, we preview the Nike Pegasus Trail 3 and gush over its React midsole (16:06) before recapping the past weekend in the U.S. Olympic Track Team Trials, including why the steeplechase is the most underrated event (22:40). Then, we sit down with Will Walker from the Baltimore-area running group A Tribe Called Run to talk about his…
 
Jason McCarthy of GORUCK discusses rucking, his Army service, & building community through voluntary hardship & shared suffering. He shares his story of how we went from US Army Special Forces (Green Beret) to founding and running a company that--similar to Barbell Logic--believe in voluntary hardship and building community. If you're interested in…
 
This week: adidas Boston 10, Olympic-style burritos, and Speedland Running. Yeah, we talk about the controversy surrounding Shelby Houlihan (before we found out she was going to be allowed to run in the Olympic Trials). Then, Thomas and Robbe are joined by Speedland founders David Dombrow and Kevin Fallon, along with Speedland athlete Don Reichelt.…
 
“If you’re the best, nothing else matters.” Episode 043 remembers and honors 1st Lt Ashley White Stumpf with some of the people who knew her well: Brian Porter, Doug Baker and Molly Donahue. Ashley served as a member of a Cultural Support Team (CST) attached to a Joint Special Operations Task Force in Afghanistan. She was killed during combat opera…
 
www.f3nation.comhttps://www.ramseysolutions.com/john-delonyDr. John Delony is a bestselling author, mental health expert and host of The Dr. John Delony Show. He has two PhDs and over two decades of experience in counseling, crisis response and higher education. John’s goal is to help you navigate tough decisions, improve your relationships, and be…
 
Michael Andrew (Michael the Maven) is back on the show to discuss why he’s in Indonesia and why UPS asked him to help them with logistical challenges in delivering vaccines. If you don’t follow Michael, I encourage you to check out all his adventures–both as an entrepreneur and as a volunteer throughout the world. Today he explains the difficulty i…
 
Matt & Scott discuss fear of the lifts, especially heavy, PR attempts. Different people have different fears of different lifts based on history (repeated failure or past injury) and simply how they feel about the lift. Lots of people, for example, are afraid of heavy squats. There’s something about a heavy bar on your back and that you’re folded o…
 
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