Be among those who look for adventure.
Who long to escape the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary. Let the Fear Naught mindset inspire you to take the first step outside your comfort zone and into the unknown.
PODCAST: Billy Billingham on Mastering Self-MotivationRead Now
SAS: Who Dares Wins’ Chief Instructor and former soldier, Billy Billingham, shares the truth about what it's like to be part of an elite military unit, plus the gruelling reality of true SAS selection.
How to Conquer the Everest MarathonRead Now
Competitors trek to Mount Everest base camp – before running the marathon distance of 26.2 miles all the way back down. Earlier this year, having only just recovered from a debilitating post-viral syndrome, Jack Waller, completed it.
PODCAST: Jordan Wylie on Shifting MindsetListen now
Former soldier, extreme adventurer, bestselling author and TV personality, Jordan Wylie, talks about his life in the military and finding his way after he left, his battle with mental health and how he shifted his mindset.
Veteran conquers Mount Snowdon three times carrying a 20kg bergen
Veteran Danny Davies, a former soldier in the Royal Engineers, set himself the challenge of conquering Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales not once, but three times while wearing a 20kg bergen on his back. He talks about the importance of mindset when it comes to building resilience.
“It was the toughest thing I’ve ever put my body through.”
Read Scott Plant's story of how he took on the toughest endurance challenge many will ever take on – the Welsh 3000s. A mammoth trek of 15 mountains over 3000 feet in 24 hours – no transport allowed. Guaranteed to test your mental toughness like nothing else, especially when faced with severe weather conditions and 100mph winds.
“Be stronger than your strongest excuse, prepare for success”
Jason Birch, DS and ex UKSF
The Fan Dance is a true test of the Fear Naught mindset, it will test your endurance as you battle against the distance, fatigue and lactic acid!
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