"In my opinion the hardest part of Jiu Jitsu is walking through the door. White belts, pat yourself on the back. You are doing better than 99% of the world." ~Tom DeBlass
Nick Koumalatsos is a men’s coach and mentor. He’s a husband, father, veteran advocate, former marine raider, and reconnaissance marine, founder of the Raider Project, Philanthropist, YouTuber, host of the Always Forward podcast. He’s the founder of the Agoge program, the Modern Day Knight, the Squire program, and more. In this episode he talks about his troubled childhood and the impact of no positive masculine role models, what led him to joining the USMC and the long road (process) he went through to get in, the challenges of transitioning back to civilian life, The emotional baggage we all bring with us, what led him to Jiu Jitsu and getting out of his comfort zone to start, and what the journey has been like for him, the biggest issues men are facing today and how men need to stand up, his coaching and mentor programs including The Agoge, Modern day Knight project, Squire program (father and son event), etc.
Nick's Site: Click here to learn about his coaching and mentor programs, his books, and his podcast
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