On Wednesday 25th August, Max Glover (33), pulled a 10-tonne truck 2-miles around Elvington Airfield in York to raise money for the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital Charity.
Rokman athlete, Rhys Jenkins, is running the length of Britain whilst summiting each of the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales to help in the fight against child abuse.
Check out our new vlog and watch Terry take on the Frog March challenge, the final challenge in the Frogman Corps Series, inspired by the brutal 70km weighted march selection test undertaken by the Danish Special Forces.
Founder, Terry takes on week 3’s challenge of the Rokman Frogman Corps Challenge Series, a 15km endurance run for time.
On Monday 12th April, Max will begin his toughest challenge yet, carrying 100kg over 100km. He is taking on this incredible challenge to raise money for the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals charity who care for people in receipt of heart and lung transplants.
Starting on Friday 5th March at 7pm GMT, Rokman Founder Terry Rosoman will be taking part in the 4x4x48 challenge to raise money for Mind the mental health charity.
Welshman, Terry Rosoman, ran 50-miles carrying a weighted load that increased by 1lb for every £50 raised during the challenge for Mind, the mental health charity.
The Welsh challenge-athlete, Max Glover, carried the full-sized 400lb piano up to the top of Garth Mountain in South Wales, raising over £1,000 for charity.
The Welsh ultrarunner ran the 870-mile trail in 20days 10hrs 38mins and raised over £4,500 for charity.
uTube challenge-athlete, Max from Muscle World is laying down the proverbial gauntlet and challenging you to 1 push-up.
Welsh ultra-endurance runner, Rhys Jenkins, took the Rokman challenge to a new level when he performed 1,000 squats inside a sauna, in 55-degree heat!
Rokman's national 5K garden running challenge raises over £1,700 for the Association of NHS Charities, who are currently supporting NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients.