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Meet the Guy that Completed Approximately 100 OCRs, One of the Judo Players, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, and is Totally Adaptive — Jamie Gane

Living Adaptive

Release Date: 11/08/2019

Tough Mudder (TM) with Kyle McLaughlin - Talking TM Mission, Partnerships, Competitions, and Para. show art Tough Mudder (TM) with Kyle McLaughlin - Talking TM Mission, Partnerships, Competitions, and Para.

Living Adaptive

You’ll hear from the latest and now former Tough Mudder (TM) CEO Kyle McLaughlin.  This is perhaps Kyle’s last interview prior to departing TM.  I don’t have details to share as to why Kyle left Tough Mudder, but I suggest following our friends over at Obstacle Racing Media (links below) for up-to-date information regarding TM, Spartan, and OCRs in general.     In this interview you will find a very sincere TM CEO looking to bring TM in a different direction than past years.  Kyle was totally cool to talk with behind the scenes, he’s real and approachable....

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From Accident to Champ - John De Haan show art From Accident to Champ - John De Haan

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From Accident to Hitting Podium at the Spartan Para Championship - John De Haan   John De Haan is one of the top Obstacle Course Racing para athletes in the world, arguably fighting for the position of the best, he’s up for top athlete in the Netherlands this year.  John De Haan went from traumatic accident to champion, tune in to hear his story and insights regarding how a person can go from traumatic accident to podium and all the good phenomena in between.   John De Haan sets the bar for para OCR athletes, and he's now receiving recognition for hard work inside and outside...

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Top OCR and Ninja Coach (para and non-para), Stuntman, and Performer - David Funk show art Top OCR and Ninja Coach (para and non-para), Stuntman, and Performer - David Funk

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David Funk is a stuntman, performer, and top level Obstacle Course Racing and Ninja Coach.  What separates David Funk from other top level OCR and Ninja coaches is that he also coaches para/adaptive athletes.  David Funk has a lengthy career as a stuntman and performer and currently performs out of Las Vegas and coaches at Camp Rhino (Las Vegas).   You will hear, -David Funk’s story and experience as a performer and coach. -His experience training para athletes (such as the host Scott Davidson) for the Para Spartan Team World Championships airing on ESPN 12/22/19. -David...

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All Crossfit, No Profit - Branded One show art All Crossfit, No Profit - Branded One

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Branded One Crossfit is a rare non-profit gym dedicated to empowering our wounded warriors, giving back to the community, bridging the gap between the abled and disabled, and creating a fitness community dedicated to making the world a better place.  Tune in to hear the story of Branded One and the stories of the founders, some of the athletes, coaches, and the Battle at Branded One.   Interviews include Nick McCombs the founder of Branded One, Coach/Vet/Volunteer Michael Shaleen, Athlete/Vet Jimmy Hardy, Athlete/Vet/RWB Liz Freeman, and Cofounder Whitney Short.  All interviews...

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The documentary Despite the Loss arrived after nearly a decade of work that involved interviews, self-evaluation, and a quest of self-acceptance.  Despite the Loss is a documentary about Limb Difference and self acceptance.   In this episode we talk about, Director Jason Schneider's adaptive story and his life directing Despite the Loss. Traits found in those that accept loss and physical differences Rolling the dice and investing your time and money and risking so much to make a passion project   More about Jason Schneider Jason is an editor with over a decade of credits in...

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Meet the Guy that Completed Approximately 100 OCRs, One of the Judo Players, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, and is Totally Adaptive — Jamie Gane show art Meet the Guy that Completed Approximately 100 OCRs, One of the Judo Players, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, and is Totally Adaptive — Jamie Gane

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Meet Jamie Gane, see what it takes to be like Jamie Gane.  Hear the adversity Jamie Gane encountered and how he thrives.   Jamie Gane is an extremely driven adaptive athlete, motivational speaker, life coach, academic, and bunch more.  Jamie Gane has completed nearly 100 OCRs, including over 70 Tough Mudders and this does include the World’sToughest Mudder.  He’s also one of the top Judo players in the world against adaptive and non-adaptive athletes.  Jamie Gane happens to do all this while being an amputee.   More about Jamie Gane Jamie Gane is an adaptive...

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Jiu Jitsu - Cole Rogers and Rustin Hughes show art Jiu Jitsu - Cole Rogers and Rustin Hughes

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He Lost His Hand, Now He Gives A Hand - Jeff Soelberg show art He Lost His Hand, Now He Gives A Hand - Jeff Soelberg

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Breaking into the Xgames show art Breaking into the Xgames

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Tune in and here the story of how adaptive skateboarding made it to the Xgames and what this potentially means for the sport of skateboarding moving forward.   Dan Edmonson is joining us to talk adaptive skateboarding and the Xgames and how organizations like Adaptive Action Sports helped get adaptive athletes into the Xgames.  Dan Edmonson was on Living Adaptive about a year ago and shared his story of surviving an accident that resulted in him becoming a double amputee.  Since the accident, he’s learned to thrive, and now is making significant impacts as an adaptive skater...

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Fighting and Motivation with Cole Rogers show art Fighting and Motivation with Cole Rogers

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Meet Jamie Gane, see what it takes to be like Jamie Gane.  Hear the adversity Jamie Gane encountered and how he thrives.
 
Jamie Gane is an extremely driven adaptive athlete, motivational speaker, life coach, academic, and bunch more.  Jamie Gane has completed nearly 100 OCRs, including over 70 Tough Mudders and this does include the World’sToughest Mudder.  He’s also one of the top Judo players in the world against adaptive and non-adaptive athletes.  Jamie Gane happens to do all this while being an amputee.
 
More about Jamie Gane
Jamie Gane is an adaptive athlete in Judo, Obstacle Course Racing and the throwing sports. His interest in sport first started when I joined the Army Cadet Force (ACF) in 2008. While recovering from complications from his initial amputation several years ago, Jamie Gane was unable to train for throwing sports.  Then Jame Ganebranched out and started Judo again, as well as completing over 70 Tough Mudder courses competing in the World’s Toughest Mudder and Judo at the highest level. I have now built up a community and family within Obstacle Course Racing and it is one of my large drivers in life.
 
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