Lessons Learned on Everest, Coach Doug Ingram

By Fitter and Faster Staff

Coach Doug Ingram has guided programs to multiple national championships, led team USA as the Head Team Manager for 2 Olympic Games, worked at the USOC for 25 years as the Senior Director for International Games and climbed Mt. Everest at age 64!

This episode will open your mind about how to approach adversity, overcome challenges and take a step-by-step progression towards achieving your goals. These important lessons are detailed by Coach Ingram with his reflections on climbing the world’s tallest mountain and the significant impact it made on his life; both personally & professionally.

Our episode focuses on the following touchstones:

  • Everything in life is a performance issue.
  • Efficiency is more critical than effort.
  • Effectiveness is more important than efficiency.
  • Is it hard, or is it impossible?
  • The delicate balance between strength & humility.

This is an episode you can’t miss!

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Katie Meili, David Arluck and Will Pisani take a photo together at a Fitter and Faster Swim Camp in Potomac, Maryland during the summer of 2020 with Katie's Olympic Gold Medal