GORUCK recently announced their newest change to the GORUCK Challenge (Light/Tough/Heavy) series of events. There is now a required service component which will take part during the event and is meant to strengthen the bond between teammates as well as strengthen their communities. What is the Service Component? As a team your GORUCK Light/Tough/Heavy class […]
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GORUCK has a very distinct design which people have come to know and associate with their brand. This design translates across their line of packs which truly does a great job building their brand recognition. One of the issues that comes along with this occurs if you choose to purchase a pack on the secondary […]
If you signed up for a GORUCK Light, GORUCK Tough, or GORUCK Heavy then you should know that one of the requirements is a weighted pack. GORUCK gives you three options to choose from to “make weight” at your event: Ruck Plates Bricks Filler Bag Which type of weight you choose is up to you […]
If you are signed up for a GORUCK Light or GORUCK Tough event then you will need to bring weight. One of the accepted forms of weight is bricks. Depending on your weight and the event this will be either 2, 4, or 6 bricks. The thing about brick is that they are abrasiveness and […]
Let’s face it… ruck plates are the new standard for GORUCK events. They weigh the appropriate amount, they are relatively inexpensive, and they don’t take up much space in a pack. I have spent a lot of time with them and came up a carry solution that makes rucking with them easier. The goal of […]
This is meant to be a fun article and answer a question that shows up in the ADR inbox surprisingly more often than (we feel) it should. The question: is that company we do events with called Go Ruck, GoRuck, or GORUCK? If you spend some time searching Google you’ll quickly find that it appears […]