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The Coastal Athlete Program G.P. Scheppler

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    EP - 67 The Marine Rapper aka Raymond Lott

    EP - 67 The Marine Rapper aka Raymond Lott

    This is a really special episode of the show led Doc. TMR and the Shreddy Yeti have a special little something in common, and we hope you enjoy the moment as much as we did.

    TMR tells about the origions of Star Spanagled Banger, how Vet With A Sign inspired a new movement, and the dangers of Bro Vet culture.

    The rest of the episode is fire and wanders from TMR's roots in skateboarding and rock music to his exposure to B.I.G.

    PULL UP YOUR CREW!

    Push ups don't stop suicide. CALL YOUR FRIENDS, COMMUNICATE.




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    • 1 hr 36 min
    EP 66 - Alben Osaki Photographer, Climeber, and Navy Veteran

    EP 66 - Alben Osaki Photographer, Climeber, and Navy Veteran

    Check out Alben's work here.






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    EP - 65 Jake Sonnier, Contract Rescue Swimmer, Navy Veteran, and budding audiophile (Part 2)

    EP - 65 Jake Sonnier, Contract Rescue Swimmer, Navy Veteran, and budding audiophile (Part 2)

    This episode of the podcast features the return of Jake Sonnier, a contract rescue swimmer, navy veteran, and budding audiophile. This is one of the first times one the show we have the chance to hear from a SAR swimmer at multiple points in their career. When Jake first appeared on the show he was an active duty swimmer, now he works for an oil and gas company in the Gulf of Mexico. The boys bounce around covering his rescue swimmer journeys that took him overseas, to the YMCA in San Diego, and eventually into the private sector.

    We drop you right into this conversation between former classmates as they catch up about life, mental health, transition struggles, and how the lens through which they see the world has changed over the last twenty years.

    Old SAR dogs learning new tricks... bookmark this one.

    We would tell you to like and subscribe, but no one is reading these things, right?

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    So Others May Live.


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    EP - 65 Jake Sonnier, Contract Rescue Swimmer, Navy Veteran, and budding audiophile (Part 1)

    EP - 65 Jake Sonnier, Contract Rescue Swimmer, Navy Veteran, and budding audiophile (Part 1)

    This episode of the podcast features the return of Jake Sonnier, a contract rescue swimmer, navy veteran, and budding audiophile. This is one of the first times one the show we have the chance to hear from a SAR swimmer at multiple points in their career. When Jake first appeared on the show he was an active duty swimmer, now he works for an oil and gas company in the Gulf of Mexico. The boys bounce around covering his rescue swimmer journeys that took him overseas, to the YMCA in San Diego, and eventually into the private sector.

    We drop you right into this conversation between former classmates as they catch up about life, mental health, transition struggles, and how the lens through which they see the world has changed over the last twenty years.

    Old SAR dogs learning new tricks... bookmark this one.

    We would tell you to like and subscribe, but no one is reading these things, right?

    We will prove it too you.

    The first four people to message our IG account (@coastalathleteprogram)  "Read the show notes" will get a five sticker pack through whatever form of mail delivery service is still funded.

    So Others May Live.


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    EP 64 - Darien Durr US Navy Rescue Swimmer and Instructor

    EP 64 - Darien Durr US Navy Rescue Swimmer and Instructor

    Instructor Durr is a legend in the SAR community. He has molded the new generation of SAR swimmers and has been a pioneer for diversity in the special operations community.  Even after 19 years of service, Instructor Durr is just getting started. Never doubt Durr, listen to the episode to find out why.

    Since enlisting in 2001, the Rescue Swimmer renaissance man has served under three presidents and grew up in the Global War On Terror (GWOT) while successfully building a family. He cuts his own hair, skates, welds, is a photographer, electrician, marksman, and also does construction. This was a fun and insightful conversation any water rescue professional will enjoy listening to.



    Rescue swimmers are selfless individuals who are willing to risk their lives for total strangers, one would hope they are inclusive and welcoming of the best candidates regardless of skin color.  Sadly, that is not the case.  But with heroes like Instructor Durr, we all just may have a chance to get through all this division.

    Oh... and Schep gushes.

    FOLLOW DURR

    INSTAGRAM

    @SINNERSNITMARE

    XBOX GAMERTAG

    SINNERSNITMARE



    Necque.


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    EP 63 - Danny & Schep argue in a small space

    EP 63 - Danny & Schep argue in a small space

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