Terry is joined by student of Stoicism, Pavandeep Singh. Together they discuss thought-provoking musings and learnings from personal experiences to help find meaning and purpose in a world where there is no given meaning or purpose.
Ollie Smith is an endurance running enthusiast and embracer of the outdoor lifestyle. He is not only the co-founder of the sustainable run festival, Dare2Run but is also an accomplished endurance runner, currently holding the fastest-know time for running the 50-mile perimeter of Cardiff and a two-time Dragon's Back competitor, largely considered as one of the toughest footraces in the world.
Max Glover is an ex-Royal Marine Commando turned YouTube challenge athlete. In the last year, Max has carried a full-sized piano to the top of a mountain, carried 100kg over 100km and towed an 18 tonne truck two miles. Rokman Founder, Terry, sat down with Max to discuss setting goals, pushing limits and how taking on fitness challenges can have a profound effect on your mental resilience, health and wellbeing.
Bob Thomas is an ultra-endurance challenge athlete and professional drummer. Last year, Bob ran over 100-miles from Cardiff to Pembrokeshire whilst towing his 150kg drum kit over 4-days. Terry and Bob discuss his incredible health transformation having lost over 35kg in 2-years and how challenges can supercharge your motivation to achieve your fitness goals.
James Priestley was the winner of SAS Who Dares Wins Series 5, broadcast in 2020. On Friday 29th October he will be attempting to set a new record rowing the most distance on a Concept 2 rowing machine in 24 hours from Leeds Mind, the mental health charity.