095 Tarran Kent-Hume: I love life, well, I do nowadays…

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Why not just up and leave your comfy job in the London financial markets and go on a soul searching, life fulfilling adventure? Maybe a half marathon followed by a full and an Ironman? After you get your endurance fix why don’t you go live in Thailand and train in Muay Thai? Think you are good enough? Go fight a professional in the sport. Why not head to L.A and take up fitness modeling? Now you are talking. Next on the list. A paddle down the Amazon. This is how quickly a life can change and an adventure can begin. It is the story of today’s Athlete On Fire and it’s a great one.[/bgsection]

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In This Show We Hear

  • How and why he quit his successful job
  • How “basking” made him money, and what it is
  • Running goals without events
  • About Tasmania
  • The importance of naivete in goals
  • His Muay Thai fighting experience
  • Why do a fitness competition
  • The view from Mont Blanc
  • What’s next?


Great Cause

The Game for a Future record.

Travel Story

Living and training in Thailand.

Connect With Tarran

Quote on Fire

“Fear is a part of us.”

Other cool stuff from our guest: Tarran

Fitness On Fire: Tarran

Listen to his challenge on the show or go to our Fitness On Fire page to learn more.

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