Aug. 22, 2022

Episode 114: Vance McMurry “82nd,101st, White House”

Apple Podcasts podcast player badge
Spotify podcast player badge
Google Podcasts podcast player badge
RadioPublic podcast player badge
PocketCasts podcast player badge
Overcast podcast player badge
Castro podcast player badge
RSS Feed podcast player badge
YouTube Channel podcast player badge

This week in the studio a graduate of the Military Academy at WestPoint and a member of units such as the 82nd Airborne, the 101st Airborne, and the White House with the Presidential Contingency Programs office. This guest even did a little clandestine work for an unnamed agency. That’s not all this guest did, he also ran 9 100 mile and 7 50 mile ultra marathons, and when he could not run he raced an ultra endurance mountain bike from Canada all the way to Mexico. After receiving a third torn meniscus injury, 52 injections on his knees, and a heavy dose of nightmares, this guest wondered if a small machine called an NX PRO, which was used in his rehabilitation, could cause a passive stress reduction and give stressed out operators and first responders a Performance Reboot. Fast forward through the last two years, 250 people, 2 of the 3 Tier 1 units, a few Police Departments, SWAT teams, and EMS have been able to increase 20% in speed and accuracy of shooting in only about 45 minutes of training with my guest. I would like to introduce you to the man who is leveling the playing field for accuracy, precision, and speed on target please welcome Vance McMurry.

INTRO and OUTRO music written,performed, and provided by the band Rattle Root. Check them out below.

Please Check Out These Partners of The Show


Vance McMurryProfile Photo

Vance McMurry

Human Performance Engineer, Co-Founder

My name is Vance McMurry. Everyone calls me Vance. I am former Army and other classified stuff. I graduated from West Point in '92, was in the 82nd, 101st and the White House. Afterwards, I worked in technology and legal technology for 14 years. During this time, I became an ultra endurance athlete by doing 9 x 100 mile, 7 x 50 mile ultras. When I couldn't run anymore, I transitioned to ultra endurance mountain biking and raced from Canada to Mexico. We founded AutoTelic in January to unify the demands to tactical and warfighter athletes.