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24hrs of isolation.

Locked + Loaded, 24 Hours of Isolation (LL24H) is the result of two guys spitballing about how to increase the difficulty of an already preconceived idea to race each other in a sensory deprived state. The adversity challenge grew into a unique racing experience being done to support Mental Health causes benefiting Military members, Veterans, First Responders and their families.

Watch the story below and support the cause.


Lake Tahoe, California


Joe De Sena, founder and CEO of Spartan Race, graciously supported LL24H giving the event a unique platform to be hosted from. What was originally intended to be done on a local level, was catapulted to the world stage.

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Mental Health.

It’s a societal issue that touches us all.

The numbers are staggering and the issue seems to be getting worse, not better. The most startling stat: 50% of people dealing with a mental health issue never report it to a doctor. We are not experts, but that seems like a pretty alarming statistic in a society where acceptance is the common theme in breaking down barriers and walls on previous biases.

Hear from those who were motivated to do something bigger than themselves.



3x Ironman + Skydiver. Always earned. Never Given.

John Witzing

“This is unlike anything I’ve ever done before. I think it is going to be about understanding where the mind goes. It’s easy to let the mind wander and let it tell you lies that you are not capable. We’re doing this to shine the light for those suffering in silence. This is all about those struggling with Mental Health”.



Brian “Tosh” Chontosh

“My goal going into the container is to stay in tune with my body. Try not to set artificial goals for myself. I want to go in, keep moving, and push myself a little bit. I don’t know what is going to happen in there but there is going to be some intimate conversations with myself”.

Retired U.S. Marine. Adventure Athlete. Do Winner Shit.



President, World OCR and Adventure Athlete

Ian Adamson

“Going into a container in isolation for 24 hours has some risks. Being deprived of visual stimulus is a difficult thing to do. It is extraordinarily difficult. Very little sound. No sight. For 24 hours. What John, Tosh, and Josh are doing is bringing light to an important issue by replicating that environment”.



Josh Chessman

“I like to really push myself. This event is a running event and I don’t like running. I have hard time establishing flow in running. The sensory deprivation is hard because you don’t know how long you’ve got to go. The physical challenge will be staying upright on the Trueform Runner”.

Personal Trainer + Athlete. You are better than you think.



We’re asked often, what’s next?

In 2019, we’ll be introducing new challenges under the LOCKED + LOADED umbrella. We want people to live better, in harmony, and maximize their potential. The events will all have one thing in common: they will make you go places you’d never thought you’d go.

Check out a prelude of the LOCKED + LOADED 100 and get on the list to stay notified about upcoming events.