How to Find the Lost City

How to Find the Lost City

Rucking 29 miles in the Colombian jungle in 29 hours. Over the years, I’ve taken a lot of trips and spent nearly a decade living in South America, Africa, and Europe. Jason has visited more continents and countries than me, though for shorter stin…
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Paul - Nevah the Quittah

Paul - Nevah the Quittah

Sapa Valley Northern Vietnam, along the Chinese border April 6, 2018 “Hey Paul, why’d you quit?” I asked. “What the hell are you talking about,” he said. “You went part of the way out, then you turned around and came back, that’s quit…
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HULK

HULK

I train like a HULK. I eat like a HULK. I ruck like a HULK. I live like a HULK, every day. I’m 6”3 250 before I feed the house and wash it down with a few beers and I don’t want my pants crowding my junk, ever. I hate that. My neighbor’s a ski…
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Rucking the Grand Canyon

Rucking the Grand Canyon

If we couldn’t make this trip happen, then why in the hell did we fight in the first place? Though almost everything in our lives has changed since we took off the military uniform, our reasons for fighting will always remain the same - our…
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Special Forces Lessons Learned

Special Forces Lessons Learned

At GORUCK, we are firmly committed to two things: Rucking and the Special Forces Way of Life. Every single thing we do must be viewed through those two lenses. You’ve heard a lot from us on Rucking (and you’ll continue to), so I’d like to take a f…
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GR3 Explained: All The Beer and All The Sausage

GR3 Explained: All The Beer and All The Sausage

The goal was pretty simple, as goals are. Build a travel ruck that would thrive in Baghdad, NYC, and the mountains of Afghanistan. Or any mountains for that matter. And four plus years later of working toward that simple goal, rucking the wo…
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Action is Empowerment

Action is Empowerment

Women and the GR1 Curved Straps Action is empowerment, the more the better and never stop. The women I love and admire most have lived that life: my 18 year old mom who brought me with her to college, my grandmother who flew with Pan Am and…
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Wrapping Your Ruck Plate in a Noodle

Wrapping Your Ruck Plate in a Noodle

Ruck Plates are compact and easy to slide next to your back in your ruck, which is the preferred technique no matter the weight or your rucking experience. Over time and distance, you’ll also come to really appreciate them more if they’re stable.…
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Service First Story 001: Stop The Bleeding

Service First Story 001: Stop The Bleeding

Trauma medicine - how a first responder should treat someone hurt or injured - has evolved rapidly based on lessons learned in the post-9/11 wars. One example is that yes you should use a tourniquet sooner - it stops the bleeding to save a life. But…
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Proving the Challenge Pants

Proving the Challenge Pants

Last fall I met Alex in the throes of GORUCK Selection. None of us told him this at the time, but 23 hours in, he was performing well as most candidates were long since showered up and warm. It was clear he had trained his ass off. The mile…
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