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I completely crushed the event. I was the top leader in the class to the point where the cadre “muted” me 2 hours into the event ….we were wet and sandy for the full 13 hours, did a number of different calisthenics/sand bag pt/bear crawls/buddy carries/etc throughout the whole movement. I didnʼt gps the route but I would assume we covered around 15 miles overall.
They confiscated our food at the beginning and gave us one food break with part of what they took mid-way through. I received a tiny endurance gel and other than that had water and a pull of fireball whiskey throughout the whole event. At no point did I feel smoked or tired, for most of the time I was bored and sick of hearing “slow down.”
Rogue’s training and programming has several major focuses that I’ve seen most ignore–building great form and posture in every movement, core training that isn’t an afterthought, and an awesome balance of anaerobic and aerobic performance, and some good powerlifting to fill in the gaps.
I had several lingering injuries that basically fixed themselves when I started using my glutes and shoulder blades like an actual human. The dietary advice is straightforward, intuitive, and clean. The coaches care about results and improvement in real environments and they back up their words up with science and experience. The focus here is high performance, longevity, and continuous improvement.
Army Special Forces Operator