James Lawrence attempts to complete 50 Ironman distances in 50 consecutive days in all 50 United States. With a team of volunteers and his family in tow, James races across the United States to test the edge of human endurance.
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I just finished watching Iron Cowboy The Story of the 50-50-50 and it was super inspiring, touching and motivating. I was moved to tears several times while watching and could deeply feel the emotions everyone was having throughout the film. James showed what is possible with training, self belief, endurance and a great team behind you. This is a must watch!!
Pressing to get to the next level in my own world record breaking venture, this is proof that pushing past the pain, the criticism, the boredom...it's all worth it in the end. Very well directed! Worth viewing again and again!!!
Although captivating, this boiled my blood. I know a thing or two, or three, about failing. I am one with grand set ups for big fails; and this guy takes home the grand prize. Why not 50 triathlons in 150 days? Do you think you're Superman? It doesnt take a rocket scientist to understand an athlete's biological requirements for rest and recovery. The fact that he tied it to charity makes it even more infuriating. Please establish humble and realistic goals. Charity is more important than your narcissist desire to break records. You wont break that record because science.
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2019
Shares the surreal story of a guy who aspires to do 50 Iron Man competitions in 50 days in 50 states. Shares all the physical hardships as well as sponsorship problems, and everything associated with his quest. He aspires to rai$e fund$ for charity.