The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide is an encyclopedia of knowledge regarding SEAL physical training. This book is a classic reference guide and was developed specifically for application in the SEAL training environment.
In its pages you will find examples of cardiovascular conditioning exercises and drills, warm up and flexibility routines, swimming, calisthenics, injury prevention, load bearing considerations, suggested PT programs, and much more.
The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide is a valuable addition to your SEAL and SpecOps training library. There is much to be gleaned from this breakthrough publication that is relevant to this very day.
Whether you are swimming through icy waters or doing laps in your local pool, marching for miles in the desert or running along the beach, The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide will make sure you are up to the task. For physical fitness on all levels, there is no better training program in the world than SEAL training.
Navy SEAL training is not easy. It takes commitment, hard work, focus, and the right routines. Let The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide be a companion on your journey.
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About the Author
Stewart "Stew" Smith is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former Navy SEAL, and author of several fitness books such as The Complete Guide to Navy SEAL Fitness, The Special Ops Workout, and S.W.A.T. Fitness. Stew has trained thousands of students for Navy SEAL, Special Forces, SWAT, FBI, ERT, and many other military, law enforcement, and fire fighter professions. He is currently the Special Ops Team Coach at the US Naval Academy that prepares future candidates for SEAL, EOD, and MARSOC training and runs a non-profit called Heroes of Tomorrow where he trains people seeking tactical professions for free. He has recently appeared on National Geographic's Fight Science - Special Ops where he was subjected to a hypothermic test and combat shooting course.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was one of the most informative books I have ever found. Not so much in the sense that this book gives you a chart on what you should do and eat from week to week (sometimes it gives you a general chart) but rather just important information. It will show you different types of exercises you should do, but if you¿re just starting off this is little to no help because you don¿t already have an exercise program to apply these techniques to. Another problem with this book is that it was designed for Navy Seals, not people wanting to become Navy Seals. If you¿re not in shape already it would be hard to do what they ask of you in this book. All in all, it¿s a must have. Buy it with another book that is for beginners, or if you¿re already in shape, buy it just for the great information to boost your program, what ever the reason, buy it.