The greatest athletes are those who compete against themselves. They’re their own biggest rivals, and they don’t need to be pushed by others. Instead, these phenomenal competitors are motivated by their own self image, by their own mind, and by their own desire to achieve the seemingly impossible goals they set for themselves. 

Outlast a Tesla

Robbie Balenger came to Ten Thousand with a big goal in mind: outrun a Tesla. Read More

Turkish Get-Ups

Mike Aidala set out to break the World Record for Most Weight Lifted in One Hour of Turkish Get-Ups. Read More

Chop Wood, Carry Water

Ryan pushed himself to his personal limits by splitting a cord of wood, taking two 62-lb water jugs down into the Grand Canyon, and farmers’ carrying them back up to the rim – over 5,000 feet of elevation gain. Read More

24 Hours of Pull-Ups

Michael Eckert took on the challenge to break the world record for most pull ups done in 24 hours. Read More

Waimea Rock Run

Combat veteran Navy SEAL and former Marine Raider, Kaj Larsen and Don Tran took on a five mile underwater ruck with a 45-lb rock. Read More


Tony Nash pushed himself through a half marathon on a SkiErg, a full marathon on a BikeErg, a half marathon on a RowErg, and a half marathon on an AssaultRunner. Read More

Central Park FKT

Robbie Balenger ran to break the most loops around Central Park in one day. Read More

Alaskan Ice Bath

Grant McCartney took on an ice bath and polar swim underneath 30" of ice in Northern Alaska. Read More

Strongman Marathon

by Michael Miraglia

Michael Miraglia created the first ever Strongman Marathon. Read More