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"Tactical Recovery" stands out in the crowded landscape of recovery podcasts by focusing on the often-overlooked tactical elements of the journey. Brock and Colin guide listeners through a strategic roadmap, offering insights, tips, and personal stories that empower individuals on their quest for a sober life.
"Tactical Recovery" goes beyond theory, offering practical tips for navigating the challenges of daily life in recovery. Whether it's managing triggers, coping with stress, or building healthy habits, Brock and Colin break down the tactical steps to make recovery achievable. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brock-m-bevell/support

Tactical Recovery Brock M Bevell and Colin Morrison

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    • 5.0 • 191 Ratings

"Tactical Recovery" stands out in the crowded landscape of recovery podcasts by focusing on the often-overlooked tactical elements of the journey. Brock and Colin guide listeners through a strategic roadmap, offering insights, tips, and personal stories that empower individuals on their quest for a sober life.
"Tactical Recovery" goes beyond theory, offering practical tips for navigating the challenges of daily life in recovery. Whether it's managing triggers, coping with stress, or building healthy habits, Brock and Colin break down the tactical steps to make recovery achievable. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brock-m-bevell/support

    Cunning, Baffling & Powerfully Insane!

    Cunning, Baffling & Powerfully Insane!

    Hello everyone, and welcome back to Episode #4, of "Tactical Recovery" with Colin and Brock. Today, we're delving into the harrowing reality of addiction and the lengths we'll go to satisfy it. Colin has bravely shared his experience of chasing that elusive high, even when it led him down a dangerous path.

    Colin recounted a particularly intense moment during his time in Oakland, where he found himself consumed by the relentless grip of addiction. In a desperate attempt to feed his craving, he ventured out of the safety of his surroundings and into the streets, ultimately encountering a drug dealer who offered him "black tar heroin." The mere fact that he would take such risks illustrates the depths of his addiction and the lengths he was willing to go to get high.

    What's especially striking about Colin's story is the sheer insanity of it all. Dropping the heroin in a porta-potty, retrieving it, and still using it despite the obvious dangers highlights the powerlessness that addiction can hold over an individual. It's a stark reminder of how addiction can cloud judgment and drive individuals to make irrational decisions, all in the pursuit of temporary relief.

    But Colin's story also serves as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Despite facing overwhelming challenges and navigating through dark times, he's here today, sharing his journey towards recovery. It's a reminder that no matter how dire the situation may seem, there's always hope for redemption and healing.

    So, as we reflect on Colin's journey, let's also remember that recovery is possible. It may not be easy, and it may require immense courage and determination, but with support, perseverance, and a willingness to confront the realities of addiction, healing is within reach.

    Thank you for joining us on this episode of Tactical Recovery. Remember, you're not alone, and there's always a way forward. Until next time, stay strong and stay resilient.

    You can link up with us at @tactical_recovery on IG. Hit us up and let us provide you with some tips and tricks to your sobriety.






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    • 42 min
    Wanna Break Free, Let Go Of The Ego!

    Wanna Break Free, Let Go Of The Ego!

    Episode #3: Wanna Break Free, Let Go Of The Ego.

    Welcome back, everyone, to another episode of the Tactical Recovery Podcast. Today, we're diving deep into a topic that's fundamental to recovery: letting go of ego and allowing others to lead. This is crucial in our journey towards healing and growth.

    The ego can often be a barrier to progress. It's that voice inside us that wants to control everything, that wants to be right all the time. But in recovery, we quickly learn that surrendering that ego is essential.

    It's about recognizing that we don't have all the answers and that we can benefit from the wisdom and guidance of others who have walked similar paths.

    And part of that is also acknowledging that everyone's journey is unique. What works for one person might not work for another. And that's okay. Recovery is not one-size-fits-all. It's about finding what resonates with you and what helps you stay on the path of healing.

    That's why it's so important to stay open-minded and explore different modalities of recovery. Whether it's jumping 150 foot jumps, therapy, meditation, exercise, or creative outlets, there are countless ways to support our journey. The key is to focus on doing the next right thing, whatever that may be for you.

    It's about trusting the process and trusting ourselves enough to know when to seek help and when to follow the guidance of others. And through that process, we can truly find freedom from the chains of addiction and reclaim our lives.

    Thank you to our listeners. And remember, recovery is possible. Keep taking those small steps forward, and never lose hope. Stay strong, everyone.

    Colin and Brock can be reached at tacticalrecovery on IG! DM us and let us know how we can help!








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    • 33 min
    Recovery, Its An Action Sport!

    Recovery, Its An Action Sport!

    Welcome back, Tactical Recovery Nation! This is episode two of the Tactical Recovery Podcast. Today, we're diving into the heart of recovery, sharing tactical advantages that can be game-changers.

    In this episode, we're breaking down the art of preparation, discussing the importance of creating a contingency plan before the unexpected 'BANG' occurs. It's about being one step ahead when life throws curveballs.

    And, we can't stress enough how crucial trust is in the recovery journey. Trusting your leader and your team is not just a nice-to-have; it's a must-have. It's the glue that holds everything together.

    We also shedding light on a powerful concept – the idea that fighting battles with others can be downright life-saving. It's about collective strength, unity, and facing challenges head-on, together.

    Connect with us on Instagram @tacticalrecovery. Send us a DM or drop a comment. Your experiences might just be the beacon of hope someone out there needs."

    And for those hungry for more exclusive content, behind-the-scenes action, and community engagement, head over to our Instagram page @tacticalrecovery.

    So, gear up, because in this episode, we're arming you with the tactical advantages you need for a successful recovery. Ready to take charge? Let's dive into episode two of the Tactical Recovery Podcast.






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    • 51 min
    Tactical Recovery Tips and Tricks with Colin and Brock

    Tactical Recovery Tips and Tricks with Colin and Brock

    Welcome to the inaugural episode of the Tactical Recovery Podcast! With Colin Morrison, motocross enthusiast, and with me Brock Bevell, retired undercover police officer. Today, we're diving headfirst into the tactical approach to real recovery.

    We are thrilled to kick off this podcast. We're here to bring you real talk, real results, and most importantly, tactical tips to help you stay sober.

    In this episode, we talk about securing sobriety in a way that echoes military precision and strategy. You've got to approach recovery like a mission – with clear objectives and a tactical mindset.

    We know that recovery is not a walk in the park; it's a battlefield. And today, we're focusing on protecting ourselves from the pitfalls of relapse.

    We're not just navigating recovery; we're executing a mission. Let's start with the first objective – understanding your enemy, the triggers that can lead to relapse.

    Relapse is like a hidden landmine. You've got to identify them, map them out, and have a strategy for disarmament. It's all about situational awareness.

    That's a wrap for our first mission on Tactical Recovery. Stay tuned for more episodes where we'll continue to bring you tactical strategies for real recovery.

    Signing off for now. Stay strong, stay tactical, and until next time, ride the waves of recovery with purpose.

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    • 37 min
    Sightless and unstoppable with Mike Armstrong

    Sightless and unstoppable with Mike Armstrong

    Welcome to another episode of the Chase The Vase Podcast, where we discuss how to become an overcomer. On this episode, I am blessed to share the microphone with a world class mountaineer, professional drummer, 8th degree black belt all while being blind.

    At the age of 26 Shihan Mike who was already a martial arts instructor, lost his eyesight due to a hereditary disease. Before losing his sight Sensei Mike was warned by his doctors to STOP practicing martial arts, but Sensei Mike’s passion for the martial arts would never let him stop.

    Shihan Mike continued to teach and practice martial arts, and eventually he lost his eyesight completely. It is not known whether or not the Martial Arts was a contributing factor but Sensei Mike has no regrets. The discipline and determination that Sensei Mike has formed through his practice of Martial Arts has helped him not only adjust to the loss of his sight, but also overcome challenges any sighted man would have difficulty with.

    Sensei Mike and his sighted guides on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

    Outside of teaching martial arts Sensei Mike Armstrong is a professional drummer and adventurer. In the recent years he has summited Mt. Kilimanjaro the tallest mountain in Africa, participated in the World Team Sports Adventure Challenge, and has become the only Blind man to hike the Arizona trail a 807 mile trail that took 57 days to complete.

    Wow, what a journey!

    Check us out at @victoryrecoveryaz and @fentanylprojectaz.




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    • 33 min
    A Night To Prevail with June Days!

    A Night To Prevail with June Days!

    We are back and excited to jump on season 3 of the Chase The Vase Podcast.

    We are sorry for the sabbatical, the end of 2023 was a little difficult to manage.

    Thank you for tuning in to the "Chase the Vase" podcast! I'm thrilled to have the lead singer of June Days (Mike Giovando) here with us today to share his music and personal journey. It's truly inspiring to see artists using their platform to address important issues like substance abuse, mental health, and overdose.

    In anticipation of "A Night To Prevail," it's wonderful to have someone with such a powerful and relatable story as "Frontman" for the event. It adds a meaningful and authentic layer to the movement, encouraging others to come out, connect, and be part of this exciting initiative.

    This event promises not only great music and entertainment but also a chance for the community to come together, share experiences, and raise awareness about crucial issues. We encourage everyone to join us and support this movement for a night of connection, understanding, and positive change.

    Let's dive into the conversation with the Mike and explore the intersections of music, life, and the impactful journey that has led him to become a spokesperson for such an important cause.

    Keep Chasing The Vase!

    Contact us on social media at victoryrecoveryaz and fentanylprojectaz.




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    • 33 min

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