EPISODE 34

Interview with Jason Sweet

Jan 31, 2019 | Podcast

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USAF PARARESCUEMAN, College football player, Human Performance researcher

Jason’s bringing us up to speed on some current research, athletic performance, mental toughness, motivation, and his current project preparing future special operators for selection, training, and performance in their chosen career fields. An insightful conversation that covers things like the difference in physical and mental demands between USAF Special Operations and NCAA Division I College football. Go check out his Instagram @socomathlete or visit www.socomathlete.com

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