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The GORUCK DIY Quarantine Star Course is a Star Course event that you can do on your own time. GORUCK has uploaded hit lists for over 150 cities to their website for you to download and use to complete the event. If there isn’t one for your city then you can easily put one together and submit it yourself. The goal here is to ruck some miles, have some fun, and try and stay sane during this trying time. In this episode I go through ten points to hopefully give you a better experience out there at your DIY Quarantine Star Course.
I hope you’re staying safe out there and, as always, if you have any feedback, ideas, or questions please reach out.
Here’s links to everything we talked about during the podcast episode:
- GORUCK Terms & Glossary
- Support Through Patreon
- All Day Ruckoff YouTube Channel
- All Day Ruckoff Store
- GORUCK DIY Quarantine Star Course Maps
- GORUCK Biohazrad Sprint Series Patch
- GORUCK Biohazard Sprint Series Shirt
- GORUCK Plague Doctor 12 Mile Patch
- GORUCK Plague Doctor 12 Mile Shirt
- GORUCK DIY Quarantine Star Course Post
- GORUCK DIY Quarantine Star Course Announcement
- GORUCK Star Course
- GORUCK Rucks
- GORUCK Ruck Plates
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David Graham says
Is there a patch for 5k?
Great podcast, I sent in hit points for my town; Marion, Illinois. I found locations that had an American Flag outside their location (hospital, city hall, baseball stadium, etc.). Used MapQuest to route plan and 12 points came up to 15 miles of travel, by car. That was perfect because those that do it will have to figure out “shortcuts” that they can walk to cut down the miles.
Great tips. Some I didn’t think about and others I echo your concern. Sidewalks are virtually nonexistent here and using the roads less travelled.
Keep up the great job. I’ve re-listened to many of your podcasts and love them.
Be safe and be positive!
Brian ADR says
Awesome job! Hope you’re able to stay safe out there and still get some miles in. The roads are still fairly traveled over here so we’re keeping our heads on a swivel. Take care, thank you for the support, and I’m so glad you’re enjoying the podcasts!