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Ideal Home Gym Set Up for SGPT Online Navy SEAL Workouts and Training

Ideal Home Gym Set Up for SGPT Online Navy SEAL Workouts and Training

One question we get asked is what is the equipment needed for your programs?

The reality is you can do all of our training with only a pull up bar and a heavy sandbag. Everything else is just a luxury. 

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Surf Torture Explained. BUD/S Training Tips Navy SEAL Selection

Surf Torture Explained. BUD/S Training Tips Navy SEAL Selection

Mental Toughness to withstand surf torture and the other grueling evolutions at BUD/S is forged by desire. Desire to accomplish a goal. You can’t fake this. How do you learn mental toughness like this? You commit to a goal and complete it. Repeat the process, no matter how large or small the task.

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What is the Ideal Body Type for a Navy SEAL Candidate in BUD/S?

What is the Ideal Body Type for a Navy SEAL Candidate in BUD/S?

At BUD/S the tall guys and the smaller guys tend to suffer a bit more. I was a small guy... Average height guys get more even distribution of weight on logs and boats.

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Why Navy SEAL Fitness Training Programs are Effective

Why Navy SEAL Fitness Training Programs are Effective

Why Navy SEAL Fitness Training Programs are Effective   180 Day Training System by SGPT Online  By Brad McLeod Former Navy SEAL and Founder of SEAL Grinder PT and SGPT Online   Our philosophy. In order to be an effective functional athlete and effectively complete a Navy SEAL Training program, you need start at your bodies core. We strengthen the core with a 6 week strength cycle and target the following movements: Deadlift, Weighted Squats, Pull Ups, Push Ups, Ground to Overhead or Power Cleans and Shoulder to Overhead Presses. All of these movements are directly influenced by the movements...

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Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable. Lessons from my 2nd Hell Week

Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable. Lessons from my 2nd Hell Week

The second time I went through Hell Week, I was mentally ready. I trained the right way before classing up and I knew exactly what to expect for the most part. This gave me confidence. I had completed it once already. I was comfortable in the situation. 

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