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By Jdave-33 - Dec 30 2019
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Listen for motivation to get better, be better, and do better as a first responder.

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Optimizing the fitness, wellness and leadership of police officers and law enforcement

Rank #1: Ep 3: Greg Amundson – You as a Tactical Athlete

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A few weeks ago I traveled up to Santa Cruz, California, the birthplace of CrossFit. I wasn’t there to interview the father of “The Sport of Fitness” Greg Glassman. Instead, I wanted an audience with one of his students; a guy that I’ve followed for years and have watched from a distance. Greg Amundson started CrossFit in […]

May 19 2015

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Rank #2: 110: Shots Fired, Officer Down with Officer Josh Comitale: Will to Survive, Winning Mindset, and the Warrior Spirit

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A foot chase with an armed carjacking suspect, a partner shot, an open gun battle with no cover or concealment, taking two rounds in the legs, a gun jam…its like every academy training scenario rolled into one nightmare. Troy PD Officer Josh Comitale’s nightmare. Josh won the U.S. Congressional Medal of Bravery for his actions […]

Oct 27 2019

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Rank #3: Ep 65: Winning the Gunfight Before It Starts with LAPD SWAT’s Scott Reitz

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Scott Reitz is a retired member of LAPD’s elite Metropolitan Division or “Metro” where he served 10 years on their SWAT team. Scott is also the author of The Art of Modern Gunfighting: The Pistol Volume 1 and the owner and lead instructor for International Tactical Training Seminars. Scott was the lead firearms instructor for Metro […]

May 10 2017

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Rank #4: Ep 62: Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman on the Bulletproof Mind

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Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman doesn’t need much of an introduction to law enforcement in the free world. The originator of the “sheepdog” mentality, Lt. Col. Grossman literally wrote the book on that theory. It’s part of his first book, “On Combat” which is a must read for LEOs. Click here for the excerpt from “On Combat” that […]

Apr 17 2017

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Rank #5: Ep 47: Developing the Mindset of a Modern Gunfighter with Green Beret Aaron Barruga

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Green Beret and founder of Guerrilla Approach Training returns to the show to talk about what it takes to survive these days as a cop. Since Aaron’s last appearance on the show – a very popular episode 36 – he’s been traveling around the country engaging with law enforcement from all over the country. He’s […]

Dec 13 2016

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Rank #6: Ep 21: Navy SEAL Clint Bruce on Leadership, Mentorship, and Being Better Than Excellent

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Our guest for this episode is Clint Bruce. I’m not sure where to start with Clint’s resume. U.S. Naval Academy graduate NFL football player Navy SEAL officer (SEAL Team 5, BUD/S class 217) Veteran and first responder advocate. And frankly, that just scratches the surface. I had the fortune to hear Clint speak on Marcus […]

Jan 06 2016

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Rank #7: Ep 36: Green Beret Aaron Barruga Knows What Its Like to Get Shot At

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Aaron Barruga signed up for the Army after 9/11, and was offered a fast track into Special Forces (SF), eventually serving as a Green Beret. Aaron completed nearly 9 years of service along with 3 combat tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Pacific. After getting out of the Army, Aaron created Guerrilla Approach firearms training (that name will […]

Jun 22 2016

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Rank #8: Ep 19: SWAT Sergeant and CrossFit Games Athlete Freddy Camacho on Night shift, and the importance of Beer and Kool-Aid

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Freddy Camacho is a couple things:   A complete badass A laid back guy with zero ego. That’s a hard combination to come by, even in law enforcement Freddy is a newly-promoted sergeant for Union City PD, a good-sized city in the Bay Area and it’s a hoping area. He’s also a sergeant on their sniper […]

Dec 09 2015

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Rank #9: Ep 43: UFC Star and Green Beret Tim Kennedy On Being Hard to Kill and How He Almost Became a Cop

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For as long as I’ve paid attention to the UFC, Tim Kennedy has been my favorite fighter. Hands down. But honestly, it has very little to do with what he does inside the ring. It’s everything he does outside of it. UFC Fighter, Army Green Beret, Entreprenuer as a co-founder of Ranger Up, aspiring cop…. […]

Sep 21 2016

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Rank #10: Ep 50: I Was a Dirty Cop with Former LAPD Officer Ruben Palomares

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Ruben Palomares’ life reads like the script of a Hollywood movie. Born and raised in some of the toughest barrios of Los Angeles, surrounded by abuse and no father figure, Ruben stayed strong and avoided the siren call of gang life that claimed so many of his friends and family members. Ruben learned he had […]

Feb 14 2017

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Rank #11: Ep 004: You Are an Athlete, You Need a Coach!

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As Greg Amundson talked about in episode 3, you and I are professional warrior athletes. Listen to the podcast for his explanation but I believe it. We wear the gear and uniform that marks us as part of the team. There is no arguing that what we do is physically demanding, and the salty vets hunched and limping […]

May 26 2015

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Rank #12: Ep 87: Be the One: Stepping Up During the Vegas Massacre with Sgt. Larry Hahn

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Sgt. Larry Hahn has done many things throughout his career with one of the largest sheriff’s department’s in the country. But it was what he did off-duty on the night of Sunday October 1, 2017 that will show you how he is the kind of leader I talk about when I ask you to be […]

Jul 18 2018

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Rank #13: Ep 96: Training Your Mind to Train Your Body with Officer Greg Parker

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These days, if you’re involved in an foot pursuit that’s covered by the media, and you wake up the next day and realize it’s gone viral, that’s not a good thing. Luckily, for Officer Greg Parker of the Baltimore Police Department, he was blasted all over the news and social media because of solid police […]

Jan 28 2019

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Rank #14: Ep 010: Doc Kirk Parsley and Optimizing Your Sleep

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If this episode doesn’t scare the crap out of you, I haven’t done a very good job. I hate night shift. That should’ve been made abundantly clear in the last few episodes. I used to love it – when I was a young buck without kids and a lot of disposable income. But I’m not […]

Aug 10 2015

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Rank #15: Ep 59: Portland SWAT Officer Nick Frankus on Confidence: How to Get it, Keep it, and Make Sure It’s Real.

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Nick Frankus has been with the Portland Police Department for 18 years – many of them on the department’s SWAT Team. Nick is a very observant and introspective guy and he’s been documenting the lessons he’s learned along the way and he’s now sharing them in his own podcast Work on the Edge, which I […]

Apr 04 2017

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Rank #16: Ep 75: Going Undercover and Through Hell with ATF Agent and Best Selling Author Jay Dobyns

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Jay Dobyns is the author of one of my favorite cop books: “No Angel: My Harrowing Undercover Journey to the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels.” He didn’t just write the book, he lived the story. Jay was the primary undercover agent for the ATF during Operation Black Bisquit. Many of us remember the 2002 […]

Aug 29 2017

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Rank #17: Ep 80: SEAL Team 6 Vet Andy Stumpf with Lessons from Hostile Territories

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Andy Stumpf is many things. Boring is not one of them. He’s a retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant who served in the Navy SEALs He served in the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) better known as SEAL Team 6 He was a BUD/s instructor. He holds two world records for jumps in the wingsuit. He […]

Jan 26 2018

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Rank #18: Ep 101: Lt. Jim Glennon of Calibre Press on Surviving the Streets

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Lt. Jim Glennon is the owner of Calibre Press and lead instructor for the well-known and nationally taught course “Street Survival.” Jim retired as a lieutenant for the Lompard, IL police department moving into teaching and publishing. Lt. Glennon holds a BA in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Police Management. He is the co-author […]

Mar 11 2019

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Rank #19: Ep 78: Q&A How Do I Get Hired?

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The most frequent question I get is from people who want to enter law enforcement and they’ve hit a roadblock. Either they just don’t know where to begin, or they’ve stumbled during part of the hiring process. I get the question so often that I thought I’d delve into some of my tips and tricks […]

Oct 19 2017

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Rank #20: Ep 51: Shots Fired! with Sgt. Rick Burkmier of Scottsdale Police Department

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Sgt. Rick Burkmier of the Scottsdale Police Department has been a FOS (friend of the show) since the beginning. He claims that we were the inspiration for him to start his own podcast on police fitness called Forty Caliber Fitness. You can get it here on iTunes. Listen to episode 12 where he has some […]

Feb 23 2017

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122: Where Do We Go From Here?

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I’ve been reluctant to add my voice to the chorus of talking heads surrounding the issues we’re currently facing in policing. However, I’ve been encouraged to do so by some people I respect greatly, and asked by many others for my input. 

I’ll admit that I was also scared to chime in. Cancel culture has brought us to the point that the slightest misstep or poorly phrased sentence can get you fired or targeted for the wrath of a very angry public. 

But I realized that if I allowed that to influence me, I would have ceded my rights to the mob. 

The ideas in this episode are my own. They come after years of observation as a veteran street cop and as someone who has sought a better answer for a long time. 

In this episode, I discuss: 

  • Why community policing has failed and we need to get rid of it. 
  • The history of modern policing and how we got to the point that the public demands so much of us. 
  • The importance of responsibility, even if we aren’t to blame. 
  • 8 action steps to develop and accept responsibility. 
  • The two fundamental truths of current law enforcement. 
  • Why, when trying to solve crime, we need to solve for pain instead. 
  • How Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs can be used as a model for future policing. 

It’s a long episode. Just me, no guests. No sponsors, no intro music. Just me trying to make sense of an incredibly complicated topic. 

Thanks for listening and staying with me. 

Stay safe, and take care of each other. 

Jul 04 2020

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121: Deliberate Discomfort: Overcoming Fear, Creating Courage, and Winning Your Battles with Jason Van Camp

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After graduating from West Point, Jason Van Camp earned his Ranger tabs in 2002. Along with the 101st Airborne, Jason was part of the invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2006, Jason went through selection and earned his green beret. Afterward, he was assigned to the 10th Special Forces Group as a Detachment Commander. In 14 years of service, Jason earned the Bronze Star with V device for Valor, and two additional Bronze Stars during multiple combat tours in the Middle East and Africa.

Jason is also the author of Deliberate Discomfort: How U.S. Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable. It’s a fantastic book and one of favorite leaderships of recent memory, weaving personal stories of heroes in combat with actionable leadership lessons.

You can learn more about Jason at missionsixzero.com.

Follow us on Instagram @thesquadroom and make sure to sign up for our Facebook Group. Just search “The Squad Room Group” in Facebook.

Special thanks to our sponsors for this episode, Hard to Kill Fitness. Hard to Kill Fitness specializes in workout templates for first responders and military personnel. Their action-oriented plans provide guidance and support for you to gain control of your fitness without spending a paycheck on a personal trainer. Check them out at hardtokillfitness.co or on Instagram @hardtokill_fitness

Jun 18 2020

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120: Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement with Dr. Kevin Gilmartin

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Dr. Kevin Gilmartin is one of the preeminent police psychologists in the country. He is the author of the Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement, an absolute must read for any cop or LEO spouse. Dr. Gilmartin’s one-day seminar sells out all over the world and he is one of the best presenters I’ve ever seen.

In this episode we talk about:

  • How to activate your parasympathetic nervous system to correctly calm yourself after a shift of stress and cortisol. 
  • The effects of sleep deprivation on attitude and behavior. 
  • The depression that naturally sets in with extended nightshifts. 
  • Why 20 minutes of walking is as effective as medication to combat depression. 
  • Why the Australians are leading the way with how they treat their police officers. 

You can learn more about Dr. Gilmartin at emotionalsurvival.com

Special thanks to our episode’s sponsor, Signature Coins for their support of the show. If you’re looking for high-quality challenge coins, visit their site. Use the coupon code “thesquadroom” for $50 off your first order.

Jun 02 2020

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119: Leading Yourself Through Change with NYPD Sgt. Aaron Lohman aka Huge Fat Loser

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Sergeant Aaron Lohman returns for his second appearance on The Squad Room and he doesn’t disappoint with his no-holds barred style of personal growth and leadership. We last checked in with Aaron in 2017 and a lot has changed. He made sergeant, had a few transfers and now is one of the first staffers at NYPD’s new and unique Health & Wellness Unit. Aaron rose to prominence through his social media account @huge_fat_loser where he documented his amazing weight loss and attitude change.

In this episode you will learn: How Aaron took control of his life, shifted his attitude and became a different person.

  • How Aaron decided to take control of his health and his mindset and reversed years of negative thoughts and behavior.
  • Why he decided to promote and what has been the biggest adjustment to putting on stripes.
  • His new mission to lead the charge on getting cops healthy.
  • What he’s learned losing over 200 pounds.

Aaron is also a new podcaster now with his own show, “Notorious HFL” and you can check that out wherever you get your podcasts.

Special thanks to our sponsors for this episode, Signature Coins. If you’re looking to make a high quality challenge coin that doesn’t disappoint, check them out. Use the coupon code thesquadroom to get $50 off your first order.

May 28 2020

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118: Creating Calm: PTSD, War Trauma and Healing with Tom Voss

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Tom Voss is an Infantry veteran of the Army’s Stryker Brigades having served between 2003-2006 in a scout sniper platoon. He’s also an author, yoga instructor, and meditation teacher. 

It wasn’t long into his deployments before Tom experienced the darkest parts of war which left him with severe PTSD that he denied for over a decade. Tom turned to drugs and alcohol to cope and spiraled into planning his suicide. The only thing that saved him was a sister who wouldn’t put up with it. 

Tom is the author of Where War Ends: Recovering from PTSD and Moral Injury Through Meditation. He also organized a walk across the country to raise awareness for veteran’s issues and is the star of the documentary Almost Sunrise. 

In this episode, you’ll learn: 

  • How Tom nearly killed himself by avoiding treatment for over 10 years by self-medicating. 
  • How he learned to accept the experiences he endured. 
  • The difference between PTSD and Moral Injury. 
  • How meditation helps him manage his new path as a veteran. 
  • How to begin a simple practice of meditation if you’re intimidated. 

Tom’s book: Where War Ends: A Combat Veterans 2700-Mile Journey to Heal

Follow Tom on Instagram @themeditatingvet

Tom’s website is themeditatingvet.com

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May 07 2020

1hr 6mins

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117: Ryan Michler on How to Win When Others Are Falling Apart

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Ryan Michler is the host of the Order of Man Podcast and author of the book Sovereignty: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Men. 

In this episode, you’ll learn: 

  • How Ryan recommends you regain and retain sovereignty over your life. 
  • Why he wrestles with the idea of being a good follower. 
  • Why the idea of work/life balance is false.
  • Why you need to have a “life vision.”
  • Why you can’t talk to your significant other like you do to your partner. 
  • How Ryan sets goals and measures his success. 
  • Why you need to be as flexible as the flag pole in his front yard.  

Follow Ryan on Instagram @orderofman  and @ryanmichler

Follow us @thesquadroom 

Ryan’s website is OrderofMan.com 

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Apr 27 2020

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116: Briefing Topic: Are You in the Arena?

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In this short episode I talk about a monumental speech that was given 110 years ago today by one of the biggest personalities to ever enter the White House. In this episode, I share why this speech is so influential to me, and how you can use it to motivate and inspire those you work with.

It’s also appropriate because this is the week we launched A Worthy Cause Life, our apparel and gear shop. If you’re looking for some cool t-shirts, mugs, or stickers, check out the stuff at aworthycauselife.com and you can help support the show while wearing some unique threads.

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Apr 23 2020

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115: Making Yourself Hard to Kill with Matt The Operational Athlete

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Matt is a Special Forces veteran and current police officer in Los Angeles, CA. He’s known on social media as The Operational Athlete (@theoperationalathlete). Matt has multiple combat deployments and works in a high-activity city.

In this episode we talk about:

  • What he learned in Special Forces that he still uses on the streets today.
  • Why policing was his LAST option but why it turned out to be the greatest blessing.
  • The brotherhood of those who spend their time in service, whether in a foreign land or in our communities.
  • His unique ideas about how to set goals and crush them.

This episode is sponsored by Hard to Kill Fitness. Hard to Kill Fitness offers training programs for aspiring and active first responders and military personnel, Their workouts can be done at home or the gym, and require minimal equipment. Right now, HTK is offering 30% off ALL of their bodyweight programs. Follow them at @hardtokill_fitness or at hardtokillfitness.co

If you’re interested in some cool gear and a chance to support the show, check out our brand new apparel line A Worthy Cause at aworthycauselife.com and give us a follow @aworthycauselife

Apr 16 2020

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114: Leading Ourselves and Others During a Crisis with Traver Boehm

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This is the first episode back after a much-needed hiatus. It was not the episode I planned to produce but one that I felt needed to be done. No ads, no music, just an honest discussion about how to manage through change, how to mitigate the stress we’re all under, and how to cultivate resilience by emptying your bucket.

Mar 21 2020

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113: Cardiologist and Police Lieutenant Jon Sheinberg on Heart Health for First Responders.

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This episode is a re-broadcast of one of my most important episodes so far. Dr. Jon Sheinberg wears many hats. One is as a full-time cardiologist and another is as a lieutenant for the Cedar Park Police Department in Texas. Jon comes on the show to walk us through all the confusing stuff about cholesterol, what diets work best, how to understand your blood work results and how to get the most of out life.

Mar 15 2020

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112: Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman on Being a Modern Sheepdog

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This episode is a rebroadcast of a fascinating interview with Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman. If you’ve been living under a rock, Lt. Col. Grossman is the author of On Combat and On Killing and the creator of the idea of the sheepdog and the wolves. He’s a former West Point professor and all-around, one of […]

Mar 15 2020

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111: Live from ProForce with @911Strong and @DispatcherKristen

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This episode was recorded live at ProForce Law Enforcement on September 28, 2019. My guests are the dynamic duo and hosts of the 911Strong Podcast, social media star Aram Choe (@911Strong) and Kristen Jauregui (@dispatcherkristen). Both are working hard to help bridge the divide between our communities and our profession using social media as their […]

Dec 01 2019

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110: Shots Fired, Officer Down with Officer Josh Comitale: Will to Survive, Winning Mindset, and the Warrior Spirit

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A foot chase with an armed carjacking suspect, a partner shot, an open gun battle with no cover or concealment, taking two rounds in the legs, a gun jam…its like every academy training scenario rolled into one nightmare. Troy PD Officer Josh Comitale’s nightmare. Josh won the U.S. Congressional Medal of Bravery for his actions […]

Oct 27 2019

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109: Longevity, Seeking Promotions, Leadership and Advice with Jason Hoschouer

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Jason Hoschouer is a veteran cop in California. Many know him by his alias “Motorcop.” Jason was one of the first cop bloggers and probably the first cop to start a podcast way back in the day with The Crossover Show. He’s also been a previous guest on The Squad Room talking about financial health.  […]

Aug 13 2019

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108: From Hard Charging to Hard Drinking: Alcoholism, Treatment and Recovery with Sgt. Joey Rafferty

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Over 27 years, Sgt. Joey Rafferty had every dream job that a hard charging cop would want in a county that requires hard charges. Wedged between Philadelphia and Trenton, NJ, Joey had plenty of action to keep him in the game. It wasn’t until he crashed a patrol car with his kids in the backseat […]

Jul 24 2019

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107: Your Mindset is Everything with POW Capt. Charlie Plumb | Cultivating Resilience, Gratitude & Awareness

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Five days before he was scheduled to finish his tour in Vietnam, U.S. Navy F4 Phantom pilot Capt. Charlie Plumb was shot down on his 75th combat mission over enemy territory. He spent the next 2,103 days (almost 6 years) in an 8×8 foot cell as a Prisoner of War, tortured and beaten in the […]

Jun 18 2019

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106: Building Strength in Your Brain and Biceps with Mark Bell

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Mark “Smelly” Bell is an American and world-record holder powerlifter, inventor of the Sling Shot, star of the movie Bigger, Stronger, Faster, the publisher of Power Magazine, host of the Mark Bell’s Power Project podcast, a YouTube star and much more. Mark also used to be known for being fat – like really fat. But […]

Jun 04 2019

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105: Creating a Legacy by Serving Something Bigger Than Yourself with Special Forces Lt. Col. Scott Mann

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Lt. Col. Scott Mann spent 20 years in Army Special Forces (Green Berets), leading troops into some of the most hostile and deadly terrain in the world. In this episode you’ll learn: How to create your legacy and identify what’s important to you. How the Special Forces concept of the Mission Decision Line can apply […]

May 06 2019

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104: Excuses, Obstacles, and Living a Fearless Life with Miranda and Julian Alcarez of Street Parking

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Miranda and Julian Alcaraz are the dynamic duo behind Street Parking. In this episode you will learn: How a CrossFit Games athlete like Julian deals with injuries and setbacks. How Miranda’s fitness saved her life in a horrific car accident. How to adapt and overcome adversity in your training and fitness. How attitude is everything. […]

Apr 17 2019

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Ep 103: Becoming Mindful Warriors with Lt. Richard Goerling

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Lt. Richard Goerling (ret.) of Mindful Badge is our guest today. Richard has been getting a lot of national attention since our last conversation nearly two years ago. He was even featured on the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. Richard’s work is devoted to making officers more resilient, and resilience is something we can […]

Mar 27 2019

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Positive Podcast

By Jdave-33 - Dec 30 2019
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Listen for motivation to get better, be better, and do better as a first responder.

Glad I found this

By Lt0162 - Jul 13 2019
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If you’re an LEO... just hit play.