Looking for a discount on the PATHFINDER Ruck Training Program? Use the current discount code: 013ADR!
PATHFINDER is the rucking program put on by Team Spearhead. It’s a great way to get introduced to the sport of rucking and gain some knowledge from people who know what they’re talking about. Already know about rucking? Awesome… then you should sign up for one of their more advanced events!
My recommendation is if you’re a first time rucker who hasn’t completed a GORUCK event yet then consider signing up for PATHFINDER Forward. If you’ve been rucking before or have completed a GORUCK Light then check out PATHFINDER OG. If you’ve already completed PATHFINDER OG and want something harder then sign up for PATHFINDER Advanced.
Want to see the programs nicely compared against each other? Head over to the Team SPEARHEAD site and check out their handy chart.
What Am I Doing?
I previously completed PATHFINDER OG so maybe I’ll be signing up for PATHFINDER Advanced (PFA)… only time will tell. Either way everyone needs to decide quickly as PATHFINDER 010 kicks off on November 1st, 2016!
All net proceeds from the PATHFINDER 010 class will be donated to Kirk’s family. Kirk ran the Mettle Forger website and was my co-founder for Charity Challenges.
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Ready to sign up? Head on over to the sign up form and get yourself squared away!
I completed Class 008 as Pathfinder Forward and Class 009 as OG. I just registered for Class 010 as Advanced! I highly recommend this program not just to get in shape for rucking-related events, specifically GORUCK Challenges, but just to get in better shape in general. Well administered program and the Facebook page for each class helped me out a lot with suggestions, hints, tips, workouts and maybe most importantly support, since I was literally the only person in my city (that I knew of) that was doing it–I was a total lone ranger.
So is this essentially access to online training tools for 12 weeks? Can this be done from anywhere?
Brian Lohr says
That’s correct, can be done from anywhere. When I took part in it there was a Facebook group and online logging tools… pretty similar setup to what’s happening with Charity Challenges.