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The Squad Room: Police Fitness | Health | Wellness | Lifestyle

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The Squad Room is a podcast devoted to optimizing the physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness of police officers. We tackle any subject that might improve law enforcement wellness and the commitment to ourselves, our loved ones, and the communities we serve and protect. The podcast has three elements: 1) Interviews with subject matter experts who can share knowledge with cops on how to live a better life; 2) Interviews with inspirational active duty and retired law enforcement, and 3) a documentary of the show's host Garrett TeSlaa, a sworn deputy sheriff, as he attempts to apply these lessons learned to his own life. Garrett will report back on progress he has made, tips for achieving your own success, and lessons learned.

Latest Episodes

105: Creating a Legacy by Serving Something Bigger Than Yourself with Special Forces Lt. Col. Scott Mann

Lt. Col. Scott Mann spent 20 years in Army Special Forces (Green Berets), leading troops into some of the most hostile and deadly terrain in the world. In this episode you’ll learn: * How to create your legacy and identify what’s important to you. * How the Special Forces concept of the Mission Decision Line can apply to your own life. * How winning “hearts and minds” in Afghanistan is no different than policing in your own area. * How in order to grow, you must reach outside your comfort zone. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Follow Scott on Instagram @rooftop_leader Check out his website at www.rooftopleadership.com Amazon link to his book Game Changers: Going Local to Defeat Violent Extremism Watch his awesome TedX Talk Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Stitcher Subscribe on TuneIn Click here for the RSS Feed Click here for more Android Options Special thanks to Ranger Up for their support of the show. Use the code thesquadroom to get 10% off your order. Hard Head Veterans makes tactical helmets that exceed NIJ standards. Use the code “squadroom” to get $20 off your helmet.

67 MIN1 weeks ago
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105: Creating a Legacy by Serving Something Bigger Than Yourself with Special Forces Lt. Col. Scott Mann

104: Excuses, Obstacles, and Living a Fearless Life with Miranda and Julian Alcarez of Street Parking

Miranda and Julian Alcaraz are the dynamic duo behind Street Parking. In this episode you will learn: * How a CrossFit Games athlete like Julian deals with injuries and setbacks.* How Miranda’s fitness saved her life in a horrific car accident.* How to adapt and overcome adversity in your training and fitness. * How attitude is everything. * Why Julian has two identical Glock 17s. What is Street Parking? It’s an online programming subscription that gives you daily workouts that can be done with minimal equipment or a full gym at your disposal like having a garage gym (which means you have to park your car in the street – get it?). And they love cops. They’ve been great supporters of our profession and you’ll hear them talk about why they feel it is important to support us. I’ve been a member of Street Parking for over a year and I have found it to be – by far – the best fitness programming system I’ve used yet (note: Street Parking is not a sponsor and they didn’t pay me to say that). Miranda spent several years working for CrossFit HQ, working as a correspondent for CrossFit Media and being a downright badass competitor in her own right. She also spent several years on the CrossFit seminar staff (you might know her better as Miranda Oldroyd). Julian is a CrossFit beast with a beard that would make any man jealous. He qualified for the 2017 CrossFit Games but declined his invite because he wanted to focus on his newborn son at home. Solid guy. Follow them on Instagram @streetparking, @fearlessmiranda, and @009julian. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Stitcher Subscribe on TuneIn Click here for the RSS Feed Click here for more Android Options Special thanks to Ranger Up for their support of the show. Use the code thesquadroom to get 10% off your order. Hard Head Veterans makes tactical helmets that exceed NIJ standards. Use the code “squadroom” to get $20 off your helmet.

66 MINAPR 17
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104: Excuses, Obstacles, and Living a Fearless Life with Miranda and Julian Alcarez of Street Parking

Ep 103: Becoming Mindful Warriors with Lt. Richard Goerling

Lt. Richard Goerling (ret.) of Mindful Badge is our guest today. Richard has been getting a lot of national attention since our last conversation nearly two years ago. He was even featured on the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. Richard’s work is devoted to making officers more resilient, and resilience is something we can never have too much of. Eric Greitens has an amazing book on the topic, titled, appropriately, Resilience. In it, he describes resilience as: “…the virtue that enables people to move through hardship and become better. No one escapes pain, fear, and suffering. Yet from pain can come wisdom, from fear can come courage, from suffering can come strength – if we have the virtue of resilience.” For officers, we have the burdens of any other regular human being, but we also experience the traumas of other people day in and day out. What may be the most traumatic experience to a citizen might just be your Tuesday. So, in order to avoid becoming consumed by the traumas, we must be able to learn how to navigate them. One of the key ways to do this is through mindfulness training which, yes, includes meditation. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Feed

82 MINMAR 27
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Ep 103: Becoming Mindful Warriors with Lt. Richard Goerling

Latest Episodes

105: Creating a Legacy by Serving Something Bigger Than Yourself with Special Forces Lt. Col. Scott Mann

Lt. Col. Scott Mann spent 20 years in Army Special Forces (Green Berets), leading troops into some of the most hostile and deadly terrain in the world. In this episode you’ll learn: * How to create your legacy and identify what’s important to you. * How the Special Forces concept of the Mission Decision Line can apply to your own life. * How winning “hearts and minds” in Afghanistan is no different than policing in your own area. * How in order to grow, you must reach outside your comfort zone. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Follow Scott on Instagram @rooftop_leader Check out his website at www.rooftopleadership.com Amazon link to his book Game Changers: Going Local to Defeat Violent Extremism Watch his awesome TedX Talk Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Stitcher Subscribe on TuneIn Click here for the RSS Feed Click here for more Android Options Special thanks to Ranger Up for their support of the show. Use the code thesquadroom to get 10% off your order. Hard Head Veterans makes tactical helmets that exceed NIJ standards. Use the code “squadroom” to get $20 off your helmet.

67 MIN1 weeks ago
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105: Creating a Legacy by Serving Something Bigger Than Yourself with Special Forces Lt. Col. Scott Mann

104: Excuses, Obstacles, and Living a Fearless Life with Miranda and Julian Alcarez of Street Parking

Miranda and Julian Alcaraz are the dynamic duo behind Street Parking. In this episode you will learn: * How a CrossFit Games athlete like Julian deals with injuries and setbacks.* How Miranda’s fitness saved her life in a horrific car accident.* How to adapt and overcome adversity in your training and fitness. * How attitude is everything. * Why Julian has two identical Glock 17s. What is Street Parking? It’s an online programming subscription that gives you daily workouts that can be done with minimal equipment or a full gym at your disposal like having a garage gym (which means you have to park your car in the street – get it?). And they love cops. They’ve been great supporters of our profession and you’ll hear them talk about why they feel it is important to support us. I’ve been a member of Street Parking for over a year and I have found it to be – by far – the best fitness programming system I’ve used yet (note: Street Parking is not a sponsor and they didn’t pay me to say that). Miranda spent several years working for CrossFit HQ, working as a correspondent for CrossFit Media and being a downright badass competitor in her own right. She also spent several years on the CrossFit seminar staff (you might know her better as Miranda Oldroyd). Julian is a CrossFit beast with a beard that would make any man jealous. He qualified for the 2017 CrossFit Games but declined his invite because he wanted to focus on his newborn son at home. Solid guy. Follow them on Instagram @streetparking, @fearlessmiranda, and @009julian. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Stitcher Subscribe on TuneIn Click here for the RSS Feed Click here for more Android Options Special thanks to Ranger Up for their support of the show. Use the code thesquadroom to get 10% off your order. Hard Head Veterans makes tactical helmets that exceed NIJ standards. Use the code “squadroom” to get $20 off your helmet.

66 MINAPR 17
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104: Excuses, Obstacles, and Living a Fearless Life with Miranda and Julian Alcarez of Street Parking

Ep 103: Becoming Mindful Warriors with Lt. Richard Goerling

Lt. Richard Goerling (ret.) of Mindful Badge is our guest today. Richard has been getting a lot of national attention since our last conversation nearly two years ago. He was even featured on the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. Richard’s work is devoted to making officers more resilient, and resilience is something we can never have too much of. Eric Greitens has an amazing book on the topic, titled, appropriately, Resilience. In it, he describes resilience as: “…the virtue that enables people to move through hardship and become better. No one escapes pain, fear, and suffering. Yet from pain can come wisdom, from fear can come courage, from suffering can come strength – if we have the virtue of resilience.” For officers, we have the burdens of any other regular human being, but we also experience the traumas of other people day in and day out. What may be the most traumatic experience to a citizen might just be your Tuesday. So, in order to avoid becoming consumed by the traumas, we must be able to learn how to navigate them. One of the key ways to do this is through mindfulness training which, yes, includes meditation. To sign up for The Squad Room mailing list, text THESQUADROOM to 44222 to get signed up, or visit us at thesquadroom.net. You can also follow us @thesquadroom and join our Facebook Group! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Feed

82 MINMAR 27
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Ep 103: Becoming Mindful Warriors with Lt. Richard Goerling
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