Matt & Shane
Zero Limits Podcast is hosted by Australian Veterans Matt and Shane. Throughout these podcast the boys will be speaking to high charging humans from around the world with a zero limit attitude. One of the best ways we can give our listeners motivation and the ability to complete any goal they set their mind to is through hearing zero limit stories from these hectic people! Lets go!
On todays Zero Limits Podcast we speak to Jorge Kohn a former US Navy Sonar Technician / VBSS Sailor. Jorge's first ship posting was to the USS Cole which was a target of a suicide attack. On October 12, 2000, suicide terrorists exploded a small boat alongside the USS Cole—a Navy Destroyer—as it was refueling in the Yemeni port of Aden. The blast ripped a 40-foot-wide hole near the waterline of the Cole, killing 17 American sailors and injuring many more. After spending 20 years of service in the US Navy Jorge discharged and now operates Makai Metal Works forging knives. Makai Metal Works recently forged knives made from steel from the World Trade Trade Centre for a veterans fund raising campaign. To find out more have a listen! Let's Go!
On today's Zero Limits Podcast we speak to Christian Boucousis better known as "Boo", Boo is a former RAAF Fighter Pilot, successful business owner and now professional speaker.Boo was selected for pilot training in the Royal Australian Air Force at the age of 18, successfully graduating as a fighter pilot, one of only 400 fighter pilots trained over a period of 40 years, achieving my life's dream of flying a F/A-18 solo at the age of 21.After 11 years of service, Boo was medically discharged after a diagnosis of "bone-fusing" Ankylosing Spondylitis, ending his dream career and presenting with one of the biggest emotional and financial challenges of his life.With no other skills other than flying, Boo took a leap of faith to enter the business world, travelling to Afghanistan to establish what is today one of the world's largest humanitarian service providers, CTG Global. As a founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar enterprise, Boo considered this period of my life as the ultimate MBA program.From walking the halls of the UN in New York and Geneva to sharing life experiences with local Afghans, Boo developed a true understanding of purpose, empathy, determination, and the importance of service leadership when running a complex business.From Afghanistan, Boo returned to Australia to establish Mode Developments, a property development business founded to build the world's first prefabricated high-rise hotel, the $42 million Peppers King Square Hotel in Perth. Using technology which he likes to call grown-up "Lego" the business set new records for high-rise construction, building a full floor each day!In 2015 Boo experienced an epiphany whilst listening to an inspiring keynote delivered by a good friend and Afterburner speaker. In that moment, Boo realised the $15 million dollar training program Boo participated in as a fighter pilot equipped me with the skills to achieve his business success. This moment inspired Boo to become a Partner within the Afterburner eco-system and share these secrets to success with others as a custodian of the "fighter pilot way".Let's Go!
1 hr 17 min
On today's Zero Limits Podcast episode we chat to Adnan Nazar former Royal Army Medical Corps Combat Medic / Current Private Security Contractor. Joined the RAMC royal army medical corps 1994 as a combat medic. Postings Germany, UK, Brunei Jungle warfare wing as the medic for JWIC jungle warfare instructors course and trackers courses. Operational tours of Bosnia 1996, Kosovo 1999 and Iraq - Telic 1 2003 as armoured Med section commander Telic 3. Naz discharged from the army in 2004 and pursued a career in the private security industry working on many commercial and diplomatic contracts in the 14 years he spent in Iraq.Started CP in Iraq May 2005Convoys 2005 countrywideArmour group 2006Erinys 20062007 Aegis to 2012 Tikrit MosulAus embassy 2012 - 2019UNMAS 2019 Iraq Syrian border mine clearance medic and CP2020 medical Coordinator for an oil and gas company.Let's Go!
1 hr 14 min
On todays Zero Limits Episode 27 we speak to a legendary human and good friend Clancy Roberts. Clancy spent 12 years in full time service in the Australian Army. 6 Years in the 3rd battalion Australian infantry and 6 years at the 2nd commando regiment as a Special Forces operator. Before joining the military Clancy was on a path to no where with no real direction in life also in trouble with the law. However Clancy made a decision to join the army and has never regretted his decision which ultimately changed the direction of where his life was headed and became one of the Australian Army's elite 2 Commando Special Forces Operator. Clancy’s career as a Commando included three combat tours of Afghanistan and two deployments protecting Australian personnel in Iraq. After retiring from the Army in 2015, Clancy spent three years managing security training and planning for the Sydney Opera House, while also running CPP operations. Let's Go!
1 hr 38 min
While serving his first tour in Iraq, retired U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant John Peck suffered a traumatic brain injury from an improvised explosive device (IED). Once healed, John was determined to rejoin his brothers. Two years later, he returned to his unit in Afghanistan. On May 24, 2010 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Peck was clearing an empty compound, searching for explosives. He was the first man in, using a slow, sweeping arc with his metal detector. His fellow Marines followed close on his heels, stepping only where it was clear. Room by room, Peck gave the OK. He turned to face his sergeant to tell him he was going outside to work security. As he stepped, he touched and IED and the explosion bolted him through the air. In that moment he recalls thinking, “I don’t want to die here, please don’t let me die here.” The explosion took both of his legs and his left arm. The second explosion should have killed him, too. Later, due to a severe infection, he lost his right arm as well. John was in a coma for three months. It took him over two years to recover. In August of 2016, John underwent a bilateral arm transplant. Lets Go!
1 hr 22 min
On todays Zero Limits Podcast we speak to Kelly Roby a combat veteran who served over ten years in US Army Special Operations, as both a Ranger and a Tier 1 Operator. Kelly began his career in 2nd Ranger Battalion, 75 Ranger Regiment. At 22 years old, he was the youngest (at the time) to earn a place in SFOD-D. As an operator, Kelly was involved in over 350 direct action mission chasing down some of the most wanted humans on this planet in Iraq. Kelly also became a qualified K9 handler within special operations serving overseas with his K9. Kelly helped to shape and evolve the Special Operations community’s tactical use of canines to what it is today. To find out more have a listen to this incredible life story. Let's Go!
1 hr 21 min
Born and raised in New York City and for some crazy reason was drawn to the military from an early age, specifically the Marine Corps. Despite a few set backs, after a few tries, I was accepted to Marine Corps OCS. He was commissioned a 2Lt in the USMC in May 1984 after graduating from college. Upon completion of The Basic School at Quantico, VLuckily the Navy was short pilots and they gave about 150 Marine officers an opportunity to interservice transfer to the Navy. He graduated Navy flight school in August of 1986 and was awarded wings a Naval Aviator. He was assigned as an CH53E pilot at Naval air station Cubi Point in the Philippines and Naval Air Stataion Norfolk, VA. He left active duty in 1991 to try the corporate world. While in the civilian sector, He continued to fly in both the Army and Air National Guard prior to returning to active duty in September 1998. He spent the next 14 years in the Air Force serving at Nellis AFB and Moody AFB as an HH-60 Combat Rrescue helicopter pilot. He did six combat deployments to both Afghanistan and Iraq. He Retired from the Air Force as a Major in Jan 2011. Since retirement he has been involved with veteran suicide prevention after losing several good friends to this curse. Irreverent Warriors and Merging Vets and Players (MVP), and coordinated the first Irreverent Warriors Silkies hike in Vegas. Currently he is an EMS helicopter pilot and also pursuing a new career as an actor, he was recently in an episode of NBC’s “New Amsterdam” as a Guest Star just prior to the pandemic. Lets Go!
1 hr 19 min
Colonel Kim “KC” Campbell served in the Air Force for 24 years as a fighter pilot and senior military leader. Kim is a keynote speaker sharing her story about a life changing combat experience while weaving in ideas and lessons about leadership, teamwork, perseverance, and decision making in stressful environments. Kim has flown 1,800 hours in the A-10 Warthog, including more than 100 combat missions protecting troops on the ground in both Iraq and Afghanistan. She is a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Academy and has a Master of Arts in International Security Studies and a Master of Business Administration from the University of London. She has served as a Squadron Commander, Operations Group Commander, Air Force Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, and Military Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Most recently, Kim served as the Director for the Center for Character and Leadership Development at the United States Air Force Academy. In 2003, Colonel Campbell was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for Heroism after successfully recovering her battle damaged airplane after an intense close air support mission in Baghdad. Let's Go!!
1 hr 10 min
Major "AT" is an A-10C Instructor Pilot and Intelligence Formal Training Instructor. AT enlisted in the Air Force in the Sumer of 1998. After Basic Military Training, he entered the Pararescue Indoctrination and completed the demanding 18 month training pipeline. He graduated the Pararescue Apprentice Course, Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, in July of 2000 and was assigned to the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida. There he quickly competed upgrade training and gained experience through joint exercises, and real-world missions. Immediately after September 11, 2001, he deployed in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM where flew over 80 combat sorties, logged more than 2,400 hours of Combat Search and Rescue alert, and was credited with five lives saved following the Taliban Prison uprising in Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan in November 2001. It was at this time that Major AT finished his degree Magna Cum Lauda, and began fulfilling a lifelong dream of becoming an Air Force Officer and Fighter Pilot. Accepted simultaneously to active duty and national guard flight training programs, Major AT chose to join the Idaho Air National Guard in 2007. He then attended the Academy of Military Science finishing Distinguished Graduate and receiving a commission. Next, he attended the prestigious Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, gaining his pilot wings in September of 2009.Military Deployments: OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM (INFINITE JUSTICE) -2001OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM-2003OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM-HORN OF AFRICA-2003OPERATION IRAQI FREEOM -2004OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -2012OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE – 2016OPERATION RESOLUTE SUPORT – 2020Listen for more!Lets Go!
1 hr 37 min
Born Jan. 19, 1946, John Stryker Meyer entered the Army Dec. 1, 1966, completed basic training at Ft. Dix, N.J., advanced infantry training at Ft. Gordon, Ga., jump school at Ft. Benning, Ga., and graduated from the Special Forces Qualification Course in Dec. 1967.John Stryker Meyer served two tours of duty (a total of 19 months) in Vietnam as a member of the US Army Special Forces (Green Berets) under the aegis of the top secret Military Assistance Command–Studies and Observation Group. After years of ultra-secrecy, he is finally able to tell his story.SOG fought the secret war in Cambodia, Laos, and North Vietnam. SOG operations often ended with a ten-man team going up against thousands of North Vietnamese troops. For more information, you can reach John Stryker Meyer atSOGchronicles.com
1 hr 9 min
Enlisted in February 2008 as a Military Police Soldier and completed One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Serving in a wide verity of duty positions to include a Driver, Gunner, Platoon Medic, Team Leader, Designated Squad Marksman, Squad Leader, MMS NCO, Special Reaction Team NCOIC and Platoon Sergeant.Two combat deployments to Afghanistan.Two Bronze Stars with Valor and Purple Heart recipient, Sean Ambriz released a book of true stories displaying honor and sacrifice of a small group of Military Police who helped shape major combat operations in the mountainous battlefields of Afghanistan. The book also aims to provide resources for soldiers and open to vulnerability of PTSD. Let's Go!
On this Zero Limits Podcast episode we talk to an Aussie larrikin former Special Air Services Regiment operator Luke "Blue" Andrews. We dive in deep into blue's life starting as an army reservist then eventually passing selection to becoming part of one of the best fighting forces in the world the SAS. We touch on his training leading up to receiving his the prized sandy beret and deployments his deployments to Afghanistan. Post discharging the Military, blue has gone back to school and working on a Masters in Business. Let's Go!
1 hr 37 min
Mike Maroney was a Pararescueman in the United States Air Force from 1996 to 2017. He enlisted on September 11, 1996, after 2 years in the Pararescue/Combat Control Pipeline. He graduated in 1998, was assigned to his first duty station at Moody Air Force Base in Georgia and was stationed there from 1998 to 2002 with the 41st RQS (Rescue Sqadron) which would later become the 38th RQS. During his time at Moody Air Force Base he deployed to Operations Northern and Southern Watch in Turkey and Kuwait enforcing the Northern and Southern No Fly Zones. Following his year 2000 deployment to Turkey, he was redeployed while enroute home to a super typhoon in Mozambique. When the War on Terror began he was in Pakistan during the invasion of Afghanistan. In 2002, Mike pcs’d (permanent change of station) to the 320th STS (Special Tactics Squadron) at Kadena Air Force Base on Okinawa. While there he deployed to Mindanao in the Philippines in the War Against Terror where he was on the Quick Reaction Force attached to an Operational Detachment Alpha fighting Abu Sayyaf. Mike also trained Thai Pararescuemen and Combat Controllers in Thailand. In 2004, he was stationed at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas with the 66th RQS, where he deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan twice. In 2006, Mike took an assignment as a Civilian Instructor at the Pararescue CRO Indoctrination Course, joining the 308th RQS, relieving himself from active duty choosing to raise his two young sons as a single parent. Mike was deployed to Afghanistan as well as North and South America for numerous training assignments during this time. Due to pararescue related injuries, accumulated over multiple years, Mike retired in March 2017 as a Master Sergeant with the 308th RQS. Mike is currently working at the Defense Language Institute at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Mike is credited with having saved 5,324 lives during his career. Although each of his rescues are equally important, he is most famously known for his rescue during Hurricane Katrina, of LaShay Brown, who he was reunited with on the daytime show, The Real, in 2015 after a long search for her. In 2017, Mike was featured in People Magazine honoring his service and rescue. Mike naturally shy’s away from the press and media and chooses to use his talents and wisdom to train future military and civilian leaders in his free time. Mike is a motivational speaker, to private and military sector professionals. He uses his experiences in theater as well as his life journeys to teach others the practice of learning, resiliency, follow through and how to maintain a positive, never quit attitude in the most dire of circumstances. Mike has a passion for surfing, having grown up in Southern California, and travels the world riding waves whenever possible. He has a strict fitness routine of yoga, pilates and swimming. He desires to share his message with as many people as possible showing that a life a service, whether military or otherwise will contribute to making our world a better place, while building character, a rising tide that raises all ships. Let's Go!!!!!
1 hr 25 min
Matt Hall is a third generation pilot, a former RAAF Fighter Combat (Top Gun) Instructor and Iraq combat veteran. Matt Hall Racing (MHR) is the only Australian aviation organisation to have competed in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, and Matt Hall is the current air race world champion. Hall is a highly credentialed and skilled pilot with over 1500 Hornet hours, 500 hours in the F-15E Strike Eagle (including combat), over 700 hours in light aircraft and over 600 hours doing aerobatics. Ending his military career in 2009 as a Wing Commander, Hall was awarded dux of his Fighter Combat Instructor Course -Top Gun (1999), F/A-18 Hornet Operational Conversion Course (1995), Basic Fighter Pilot Course (1994) and Wings course (1992) and was also awarded Fighter Pilot of the Year in 1997. He has represented Australia as a United States Air Force (USAF) exchange officer in North Carolina, USA, instructed F-15E aircrew attending USAF Weapons School and briefed Australian Embassy staff at Washington annually on accomplishments and recommendations for future RAAF operations. Hall was also awarded the Air Medal and an Air Medal First Oak Leaf Cluster for operational service in Iraq where he flew in the second Gulf War. Let's Go!
1 hr 20 min
On today's Zero Limits Podcast we have a retired Royal Navy Sailor Giani "Codz" Codognotto. Better known as "Codz" by his fellow sailors, he served in both the Royal Navy and the Australian Navy. During his Royal Navy service as a 17 year old, the ship he was posted on HMS Coventry at the time was on a training exercise which was diverted to the Falkland Islands. On 25 May 1982, Coventry and Broadsword were ordered to take up position to the north-west of Falkland sound. There she would act as a decoy to draw Argentinian aircraft away from other ships at San Carlos Bay. Coventry used her 4.5-inch gun and small arms against the attacking aircraft. The port Oerlikon 20 mm cannon jammed, leaving the ship with only rifles and machine guns to defend herself. Coventry was struck by three bombs just above the water line on the port side. One of the bombs exploded beneath the computer room, destroying it and the nearby operations room, incapacitating almost all senior officers. The other entered the forward engine room, exploding beneath the junior ratings dining room where the first aid party was stationed, and the ship immediately began listing to port. The latter hit caused critical damage as it breached the bulkhead between the forward and aft engine rooms, exposing the largest open space in the ship to uncontrollable flooding. Given the design of the ship, with multiple watertight compartments, two hits virtually anywhere else might have been just survivable. The third bomb did not explode.Within 20 minutes Coventry had been abandoned and had completely capsized. Coventry sank shortly after. Nineteen of her crew were killed and a further 30 injured.
1 hr 11 min
Dan Luna is a retired United States Navy SEAL and now Leadership expert, CEO of 3LX. Dan was a member of SEAL Team One where he served ten years completing five deployments, including two tours in Iraq, two tours in Afghanistan. In 2010 he became a member of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DevGru) Better known around the world as Seal Team SIX. His decorations include 2 Bronze Stars w/ Valor, the Purple Heart, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Commendation Medal, and the Navy Commendation Medal w/ Valor x4.He’s also an expert in Leadership, credentialed through both operational and institutional education experience. In this episode, Dan talks about the highs and lows of surviving combat and operating at the highest level. He also covers his experience as an instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy.Having retired from the Navy in January 2019 and recently he has started his own Company, 3LX LLC, where he continues to serve as a leadership consultant and coach and developing leadership products. Lets Go!
1 hr 38 min
Joel Struthers is a former French Foreign Legionnaire and since living the Legion he is now a father, and a commercial helicopter pilot. When not preparing his children's school lunch, he is a helicopter pilot and a partner in a Canadian risk mitigation firm that solves difficult problems in challenging environments. There’s probably no other military unit shrouded in so much legend, myth and even notoriety as the French Foreign Legion. But a new book by Canadian author Joel Struthers, called Appel: A Canadian in the French Foreign Legion, cuts through a lot of the many misconceptions by giving a clear, no BS account of what it's like to wear the uniform of this storied unit. Let's Go!!
1 hr 6 min
Jason A. Ramos has devoted twenty-six years of his life to the fire service. His career began at the age of 17 as a volunteer with the Riverside County Fire Department, then progressed to wildland firefighting in Southern California. Smokejumpers are highly trained wildland firefighters who parachute into remote areas to fight fires. They also can be called upon to assist in search and rescue missions. Smokejumpers are highly specialized and trained professionals who work independently in some of the most difficult terrain imaginable. They remain one of the oldest resources deployed by government agencies today. Let's Go!!
1 hr 12 min
On Todays episode we have an Angel from above Albert Winks former US Army MEDEVAC Helicopter Pilot. With a lifetime of experiences from growing up on a Texas cattle ranch; being a young competitive gymnast; becoming a gymnastics/tumbling coach for 13 years; 10 years in the army mostly as a Medical Service Corps Helicopter Pilot, flying over 260 combat missions and evacuating more than 350 patients, working with the world's most elite warriors (US and international Special Operators), consulting all deploying national guard/reserve service members; consulting for a Fortune 100 company; and much more, Albert has developed his passion as a Servant Leader and Value Multiplier. He owns several companies which help Create, Share, and Spread Abundance through Mentorship and True Connection by bringing together the Right People in the Right Place for the Right Reason. This man has a hell of a story and is inspiring on all levels. Lets Go!!
1 hr 2 min
Born and raised in Revere, Massachusetts Joe enlisted into the Marine corps in 1981. During his service he deployed to Lebanon as a result of the terrorist attack on the BLT Headquaters. Discharging in 1986, Joe joined the police in 1991 and attended academy training in Topsfield, Massachusetts where he served as a patrol officer for a Community Policing Program. Upon being promoted to Sergeant, he assumed command of the narcotics unit and was assigned to firearms training. When he was promoted to Lieutenant, he was tasked with forming the SWAT Team and in 2012 he was promoted to Chief of Police and SWAT Team Commander. In 2013 Joe was involved in the manhunt for the Boston Bombers in which he was the arrest team for the bombing suspect. Let's Go!
1 hr 4 min
On today's episode with have Brad Thomas a retired veteran Army Ranger and Delta Force operator. Brad was with the Ranger Battalion at the Battle of Mogadishu in October 1993 and went on to spend 12 years with Delta Force with operational deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. After 20 years of service to his country, he started a band of veteran musicians made up of veterans, "Silence & Light." Brad is an accomplished guitar player and composer. Through their music sales, they donate the proceeds to veteran's charities too. Not only being a tier one operator and overall badass he is a humble human and continues to prove beyond the darkness, there is light through his music he creates. Lets GO!
1 hr 14 min
Jarryd McNeil grew up in Kerang, Australia, and began riding dirtbikes at 2 and a half years old. About six years later, Jarryd began his career as a motocross racer, where he went on to win multiple state and national championships before turning pro. At 18, his interest shifted to freestyle, and he began investing the majority of his time in FMX. In 2010, he received an invite to the X Games and decided to make the move to the United States. Since then, he has collected nine X Games medals, qualified for three AMA Outdoor Nationals, taken 1st at the Monster Energy Cup Biggest Whip competition twice, and taken 1st at the Monster Energy Cup Quarter Pipe Big Air Competition. Aside from competing against the world’s best FMX athletes, Jarryd enjoys touring the world and wowing crowds with his extended Nitro Circus family. Let's Go!
1 hr 20 min
ANZAC DAY BONUS EPISODETo follow up on Curtis McGrath's incident in Afghanistan, we have a chat with a very special human and what we call an Australian Hero Sergeant Steven Court. He was the Combat First Aider first to arrive at the IED blast site in which Curtis was severely injured and was almost killed. We get a in depth view of the steps taken to ensure Curtis had a chance to survive his life threatening injuries. Let's Go!!!
43 min 23 sec
Curtis McGrath OAM has served in the Australian Army as a combat engineer for 6 years where he served with honour in East Timor, Indonesia and Afghanistan.On the 23rd of August, 2012, young Sapper Curtis McGrath’s life changed forever. The decorated Sapper was three months into a tour of insurgent-rife areas of Afghanistan when he stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED). The then 24-year-old tragically lost both his legs in the blast.Curtis remembers much of that day and the brave efforts of his comrades, actions that undeniably saved his life. And only twenty minutes after the losing his legs, Curtis had set his sights on the future and again representing his country. Astoundingly, rumour has it he said, "You'll see me in the Paralympics"...In 2016, just over 4 years after losing his legs, Curtis true to his word, not only made it to the Paralympics but made history in becoming the first Australian to win a Paralympic Gold medal in the Paracanoe event at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1 hr 35 min
On todays episode of Zero Limits Podcast we have ex British Paratrooper/Counter Terrorism Operator and Private Security Contractor Brian Hewitt. Brian joined the British military in the early 2000's posting to 2 Para. After a deployment to Iraq he was posted to 1 Para Special Forces Support Group. Brian deployed 4 times to Afghanistan spending roughly 2 years in country fighting the war on terror. After discharging the military he became a private military contractor in Iraq spending 7 years in Baghdad at the British Embassy and Australian Embassy. Join us for a hectic chat. Lets Go!
1 hr 5 min
On today's episode we speak to Paul De Gelder. As a teenager Paul ran rampart with his friends and became involved in drinking, fighting and stealing. It was the year 2000 when he joined the Royal Australian Army as a Paratrooper in search of a better life. In 2005 Paul attempted the Royal Australian Navy Clearance Diver selection process after a year of diver he was accepted on the dive team. But in February 2009 whilst on a dive in Sydney Harbour Paul was attacked by a bull shark and lost his right hand and right leg in the attack. After 3 and half years of being an instructor for the Navy he discharged and has become an international guest speaker, environmentalist and is a regular on Discovery's Shark Week. Let's Go!
1 hr 36 min
On today's podcast we have BMX legend and Nitro Circus Athlete Jed "Warrior" Mildon. Long known to the New Zealand riding community as a solid shredder with a mad man go for it philosophy. A former welder he had invested everything he has into Franklin Farm an action sports facility he owns which is like a Woodward camp in New Zealand. He hasn't slowed down since making history in 2011 with the first ever triple back flip on a BMX bike, which immediately change the game for his peers. He followed that up with the first ever and only quadruple backflip on a BMX bike in 2015 at Travis Pastrana's house during what was called the biggest week in action sports history. Let's Go!
52 min 16 sec
On todays episode of Zero Limits podcast rather then the boys talking to high charging zero limit people from around the world, as requested the boys talk about their lives growing up, life in the military and life post military. Listeners can get an insight of the Army and Navy life also a glimpse of the lives of both the hosts of Zero Limits Podcast. Lets Go!
On this episode we are speaking to a US Army, Afghanistan war veteran turned Nitro Circus athlete Tyler Pynnonen. Tyler grew up in Grand Rapids, Minnesota and had the military bloodline in which he decided to join the US Army and serve his country. He later deployed to Afghanistan to kick some bad guys butt and since returning he has been touring with Nitro Circus. Tyler is the first person to land a front flip on a snow mobile and atv to a hard landing. Join us for a chat with a human with the zero limit attitude and hectic life story! Lets Go!
49 min 6 sec
On todays episode we are speaking to the person that completed the first ever and only triple backflip at Travis Pastrana's house done on motorbike Josh Sheehan, better known as the Unicorn. Sheeny talks us through growing up on apple farm in WA to being one of the best FMX athletes to date and also the downside of injuries including multiple concussions which led to further issues. Sheeny talks through his battles after a crash left him with a brain injury and how he overcame it to continue to showcase his hectic skills on a FMX bike. He is one of the most consistent riders touring the world with Nitro Circus and competes at multiple events with multiple podium finishes. Lets see what the future holds. Lets go!
58 min 53 sec
Join us as we speak with legendary Australian FMX athlete Blake "Bilko" Williams. Find out what life is like for a international FMX athlete from his earlier age growing up in Australia, competitions, touring the world with Nitro Circus and plans for the future. Lets Go!