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Old 06-04-2009, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Training to be a Navy Seal. These good work outs??

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Monday

Morning:

- play basketball - shoot around.
- conditioning - run 5 miles or more
- sit ups - crunches, leg raises
- upperbody - push ups, pull ups, Tricep Dips on bleachers

late afternoon/ evening:

Taekwondo class with Master Ann.

Tuesday

Morning:
-play basketball-shoot around
- conditioning- run 5 miles or more
- sit ups
-lowerbody - legs- squats, polymetric exercises on the bleachers.

late afternoon/ evening:

Brazilian Jui jitsu class with Mr. Garcia.

Wednesday

rest/ relaxation day/ work on Flexibility.

Evening:
- Yoga class with Mrs. Smith.

Thursday

Morning:

Conditioning - Run 3 miles

Speed Conditioning workouts:

- Jump ropes
- Basketball workouts- touching the lines and back
- Sprints.

Evening:

- Kung Fu/ Boxing class with Master Zamora.

Friday:

Morning

- Light work out- run 2 miles
- Play basketball with the guys
- light sets of push ups, pull ups, sit ups.

Afternoon: Go to the Gun and Firing range work on accuracy - Play Paintball with friends later on.

Evening: Shotokan Karate - with Mr. Lee

Saturday:

Rest/ relaxation day/ work on awareness

Evening: Tai Chi class with Mr. Roberts

Sunday:

Rest/ Relaxation day/ work on Flexibility

Evening: Yoga class with Mrs. Smith


Note: I'd like to thank My Lawyer Sister who is very supportive and paying for all these martial arts classes : )
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Old 06-13-2009, 02:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sounds like a good work out set up. Just get prepared to face the biggest challenge of your life. Any sort of special operations training is going to push you way past what you think your limits are. You should definetely work on staying positive (sounds cheesy) and constantly challenging yourself to go farther then your body wants you to. Good luck with it.
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Old 06-13-2009, 02:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Hey bud, I was in Army spec-ops for years and I can honestly tell you that only about half of what you have listed will help with getting you ready for SEAL training. You should scratch all the basketball stuff, and probably the martial arts stuff as well. Not that you should quit, just saying that it won't help you that much.

If you hang around this site for awhile and prove that you're serious, I can email you a fitness training program that is used by the Special Forces to get their trainees prepared for the SF Q course.

Essentially, before you even step foot near a SEAL training facility you need to be able to do about 100 pushups in 2 minutes, 100 situps in two minutes, be able to run 2 miles in under 12 minutes, and be able to keep a 8 minute mile pace for distances as long as 7-10 miles. Oh, and be sure you can do about 30-50 pullups straight, or at least be able to continuously do pullups for 60 seconds straight without dropping from the bar. Road marching with ruck-sacks weighing in excess of 100lbs for distances as long as 15-20 miles is also standard.

Again, if you're serious stick around and keep in touch with me. I'll help out any way I can.
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Old 06-14-2009, 03:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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if i were you, i would check out the book the warrior elite by... dick couch...yes, thats his name. but it is a documentary type thing detailing seal camp. after you read that you should have a good idea what kind of workouts they do.
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Old 06-16-2009, 10:15 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Have you contracted yet? It is one thing to be training to be a SEAL, it is completely different to be waiting to be a SEAL. I have 2 buddies who are in the teams and from what I have heard them say, you better be a physically perfect human without the ability to quit to even entertain the thought of BUDs training. Good luck
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