I’ve always felt the most alive and spiritually satisfied in times of adventure – from trail racing in the Ozarks and climbing Mt. Rainer to skydiving, traveling through Syria and Turkmenistan, or completing my first marathon.
But adventure isn’t about geographic location, or technical difficulty, or danger, or whatever your preconceived notions of adrenaline and adventure and extreme are all about.
Adventure is that feeling you get, that state of emotional flow.
Adventure is what happens when you step outside of your comfort zone. Adventure is about growth, about purpose, and about being at one with yourself.
Nerve Rush is a community of people who use adventure to improve their lives.
Together we broaden our horizons, push our limits, and instill more grit into everything we do. We dream, we dare, and we grow.
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