92: Pushing the Envelope. Overcome and Adapt. Ultra-Winning Mindset of Marine Corps Combat Engineer, Rob Jones

0:00:00 – Opening

0:11:32 – Who is Rob Jones?

0:18:36 – First Deployment.

0:47:21 – Rob Jones, hit with IED.

1:02:44 – Recovery and mind set.

1:20:04 – The importance of milestones.

1:22:08 – Rowing in the Olympics.

1:37:36 – Doing and impossible Triathlon.

1:39:58 – Adapt and overcome.  Why Riding a bike across America is a good idea.

1:58:13 – PUSH IT.  Overcome and Adapt.  31 Marathons in 31 days. www.RobJonesJourney.com

2:13:02 – Support: JockoStore stuff, Origin Brand Apparel, Onnit Workout Gear.  Also Jocko White Tea and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book)The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual.

2:42:14 – Closing Gratitude.

One thought on “92: Pushing the Envelope. Overcome and Adapt. Ultra-Winning Mindset of Marine Corps Combat Engineer, Rob Jones”

  1. Rob Jones’s recovery and attitude toward his life changing injury are a testament to his personal strength. Saw him on a morning news show recently; hats off to his strength. I was a combat engineer in the Army, in the previous century and managed to get through 23 1/2 years in two services (Navy and Army). As I listen I reconfigure my ruck for a 10 miler in the morning. It’s fun and being retired it gives me some outside time most retirees don’t seem to want. I’am 68 and still feel the need to pick up my ruck (30 #) and take a walk. Thanks for the podcasts, lots of good information, history and personal insight.

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