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FTN 81: Re-Cycling ADHD, with USA Cycling Coach Rob Grissom

by Faster Than Normal

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Welcome, gang! Another fun episode, this time with Coach Rob Grissom, a USA Cycling Coach, Podcaster, Rock Climber, and all around nice guy!

Listen to him as he talks about ADHD, getting into your own head, and never quitting. This is quite the inspirational episode! Enjoy it!

1 Comment

  1. Dany

    It sounds like you both have a good handle on staying on track. You mention spiraling if you don’t stay on a routine, exercise, etc. How often do you find yourself having to get BACK on track? Once you’re on track, how easy/hard is it to stay there? I guess I want to know if I put in the effort, can I sustain it with this exhausting brain of mine. This is of course based on failing so many times before. Though I must say, you have definitely inspired me to get more exercise and I’m making that my primary personal goal right now.


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