08 Feb Scott Keneally – Rise Of The Sufferfests
(#196) Scott Keneally is an investigative journalist and is the writer/director of the incredible documentary “Rise of the Sufferfests.”
Scott’s documentary reveals the international growth and obsession behind the Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) phenomenon such as Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and the one you probably have never heard of called Tough Guy.
Scott shares his own personal story of transformation about competing in OCR’s and why he was so passionate to make a film about the sport.
*I’ve seen the documentary and it’s fantastic, be sure to check it out.
Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s show:
- Why Scott chose to compete in Obstacle Course Racing (OCR)
- The complete story behind the documentary
- Why he thinks OCR’s are such a global phenomenon
- What his favorite OCR event is – and why
- Why he’s personally driven to compete in these events
- Considerations and “potential dangers” with OCR
- Are these events “addictive?”
- What motivates him to compete today
- How he got Tim Ferriss, Laird Hamilton, and so many others to be in his movie
- And much more…
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