Looking for a discount on the PATHFINDER Ruck Training Program? Use the current discount code: 013ADR!
The number one most visited page on this website is “How To Ruck.” If you want to learn how to ruck then it makes sense that you should try to surround yourself with people who ruck and know what they are doing. Unfortunately this isn’t always possible especially if you live in an area that doesn’t have many ruckers. One of the better solutions to this issue is the PATHFINDER program.
The PATHFINDER program has been around for years and is easily one of the largest communities of ruckers there is. Class are three months long and, for a small fee, you can join up. These classes are virtual and give you access to a valuable community, workouts, and motivation. Not only is the community large but everyone in it is either working to get better at rucking or training for a ruck event.
There are now three different levels of PATHFINDER which will give people at each experience level a challenge. PATHFINDER Forward is for the beginners, PATHFINDER Endure is for intermediate, and PATHFINDER Advanced is for… the advanced.
If you do decide to sign up for a PATHFINDER event use the code 011-ALLDAYRUCKOFF. I don’t get anything special from it but you get 20% off so that’s pretty cool.
I HIGHLY recommend the Team Spearhead Pathfinder training programs. To date, I have completed Pathfinder Forward, Pathfinder OG (“Original”) and Pathfinder Advanced, and I am now about halfway through my second class of Advanced. However, my big caveat to folks is that I am doing the program in a location where there are not many other ruckers, so I have had to be extremely self-motivated. This can be a good or bad thing depending on the person. For me, it has helped me to become very goal-oriented, to plan my workouts carefully, and develop the willpower to execute them all on my own. I have learned new things about training and about myself in each class, and I daresay that I am now in the best shape of my life, and the Team Spearhead Pathfinder training programs have been a big part of that.
Brian Lohr says
That is so awesome to hear! It’s tough being in a spot where you’re one of the few ruckers or one of the few that wants to go the distances required by the Pathfinder program. Good luck on the second half of your PFA program! Completely those is no small accomplishment.