Feb 10, 2019
Greg Amundson is a former SWAT Officer, DEA Special Agent,
U.S. Army Captain, Krav Maga Black Belt and the original Crossfit
Fire Breather. He is a renowned speaker, and bestselling author of
The Warrior and The Monk: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Potential
and Finding True Happiness. We talk about Greg's experiences at
CrossFit, his time in the military, and life in law enforcement. He
discusses courage, faith, commitment and leadership to show how we
can live a more fulfilled life with real purpose.
When people ask Greg what he does, how does he like to
How to find our identity?
What is a fire breather in crossfire terms?
Greg came out of the academy and passed, but was not ready, what
happened and what was the lesson?
In the police department at the sheriff's office, Greg said "my
brain and body were antagonistic” Greg explains.
How Coach Greg Glassman, Crossfit Founder, shaped Greg to be
the man he is today?
Greg uses the term "humbleness by necessity," how does he
Was there a moment when he had to become vulnerable and expose
himself to get to where he is today?
In this day and age, how do we go about finding great wisdom?
The story of the Samurai and the Tea Master
Capt Perry taught Greg about the position of defeat. What’s the
physiology of success?
The power that can come from the awareness of one mindful breath a
What does the word virtuosity mean to Greg?
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“Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention
of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but
rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used
up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”.
Hunter S Thompson.