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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

AOG Teton Mission- Part 2

Who:  Brad, Sean, Mark, Brenton and Coach Rob

What: Adventure Operations Group- Teton Operator Course (Summer)

Where: Jackson, WY; Teton National Park and "off grid" spots

When:  August 7-12, 2013

Why:  Fast and light mountain ops and a big final mission

This course will advance the performance and push the limits of motivated individuals and teams.  You are trained by AOG and Exum Guides in leadership, mountain survival, tactical shooting and alpine climbing.  The training is preparation for a big final mission, an epic test of mountaineering skill and endurance requiring total focus and team commitment. 

Jackson, WY and the surrounding Teton's are the perfect environment for extreme outdoor challenges, advanced multi-sport adventure travel, tactical and survival awareness and human performance training.     

The Mission 
In August 2013 Adventure Operations Group and Brenton Reagan (Exum Mountain Guides) teamed up for 4 days in Jackson, WY.  The Teton Operator course is an exclusive offering from AOG and is designed as a multi-day mountain adventure course with a big final team mission.  The goal was to push the limits of fast and light alpine movement, mountain survival, leadership, tactical shooting, downhill mountain biking and climbing.  We tap into the elite training environment of the Tetons and the warrior mindset to master individual challenges, learn advanced team skills and go "Beyond Normal Limits."

Now scheduling for summer 2014 courses.  Contact brad@adventureoperationsgroup.com for more info.

Day 3
Day 3
After a great breakfast in Teton Village, the team departs for our first evolution.  Today we would be joining Coach Rob Shaul, owner of Mountain Athlete for a special event.  We linked up with Rob at an undisclosed mountain training site for a custom session of his elite "range fitness" training.  A large and growing number of Rob's clients are drawn to the military and tactical focused products of Mountain Athlete, known as Military Athlete.  Rob has created a custom curriculum designed to replicate the body's physiological reactions to the stresses of combat.  Through a series of tailored and timed events, Rob slowly and progressively builds students heart rates, reduces fine motor skills and then leads them through advanced pistol and rifle drills for time.  The effects of even minor physical exertion are dramatic and immediately visible as missed shots, missed times and overall inconsistent performance is typically experienced by all.  The need for maximum functional fitness is constantly reinforced to all who sign up for Military Athlete courses. 

Shot timer, burpees and shooting

No mistakes when your up against Coach

Shot timer pressure
Fun competition, great training, "Beyond Normal Limits"

Fitness for action

The range fitness evolution was great fun, but more importantly great training.  After a few hours on the range with Coach Rob, it was clear that we all needed more work on our tactical fitness.  You can never stop training and improving.  The basics should always be your focus, but demonstrating fine motor skills under stress is an important facet of training that was reinforced by our Military Athlete session.   
Today the training was over after our range fitness session and we drove back to Teton Village laughing about who was top shot, who cheated on burpees and who broke rule #1 on the range.
Our afternoon was spent planning, prepping gear, shopping for food, relaxing and most importantly, thinking about what was in store for us the next day.

The final op

Jackson, WY (Info)
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort 6311 Ft Elevation.  Base Camp for the 2013 AOG Teton Mission.  Located 12 miles NW of Jackson, WY.  In the winter the resort boasts some of the most advanced in bounds and back country skiing in the world.  In the summer, the resort serves as a perfect launching point for multi-sport adventures including: hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, alpine mountaineering, paragliding, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, wilderness and backcountry travel and family adventures.

Grand Teton National Park Home to the spectacular and awe inspiring Teton Range.  The Grand Teton, the highest peak in the range, rises to 13,770 feet.  The Tetons are home to some of the most challenging and technical alpine climbing in North America and attract thousands of climbers and back country adventurers each year.

Exum Mountain Guides  North America's oldest and most prestigious school of mountaineering.  Exum has been guiding clients on the Grand Teton for over 80 years.  Exum's elite guides offer unmatched instruction, inspire initiative and responsibility and lead their clients through one of a kind mountaineering and climbing adventures as active participants.

Adventure Operations Group A veteran owned company dedicated to the pursuits of modern adventurers and the human performance lifestyle. AOG offers guided adventures, team missions, coaching, leadership training and instructional programs.  Through preparation, elite training and "SOF Focus", AOG leads individuals through trans formative missions designed to push the outer limits of personal performance, mindset, teamwork, gear and adventure travel.  AOG shares epic experiences along with our clients as we continue to go BEYOND NORMAL LIMITS.  Get more out of your self, your team and your next adventure with AOG.

Contact brad@adventureoperationsgroup.com for information about scheduling a 2014 AOG Teton Mission.



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