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The Navy Seal Workout : The Compete Total-Body Fitness Program / Edition 1

The Navy Seal Workout : The Compete Total-Body Fitness Program / Edition 1

by Mark De Lisle, Mark De Lisle


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ISBN-13: 9780809229024
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 06/28/1998
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 330,167
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Mark De Lisle became a U.S. Navy SEAL at the age of 28. He has appeared on CNN, "Extra," and a variety of other television and radio programs.

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The Navy Seal Workout : The Compete Total-Body Fitness Program 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The NAVY SEAL WORKOUT has changed my life for the better. I highly reccomend it. I was 57 years old when I started, and the workout starts off with low numbers of reps and works up in increments. Older folks like me CAN do this!! It is great. When you are done, you feel like you just had a great massage and sauna. I used to have a big belly and slumping shoulders. Now I have a flat stomach, my shoulders are held back naturally, and I have a "V" shaped back because of well developed deltoids. My advice from my self to my self is: "Keep your mouth shut and do what it says in the book" just as though there was a Seal Instructor standing over you leading you through the workout. The book provides the knowledge and the guidance, YOU have to provide the EFFORT and the DEDICATION! Remember...regardless what shape you are in God loves you something fierce. But why not honor and thank God by keeping the body he loaned you to use during your time on earth, in Great Shape??? Oh Well, I'll shut up now.
Ironsearch More than 1 year ago
I bought the book in 1998, completed the programs several times. All you get is GREAT RESULTS. It is written in a simple, concise, no-nonsense approach. The equipment to be used is a Pullup bar (can be replaced), so it is minimum. Beginners should start slowly, and the progression considers safety. So you will stay injury-free. There are similar books around, but Mark's book, is the one you shouldn't miss.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a straight forward purchase. I enjoyed the detail that was provided around overall conditioning. The exercise options were clear, and illustrations were informative.
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This workout book was the best thing that I have found. I don't necessarily hate weight training and trendy fitness programs, but I think they are greatly unecessary. That is the reason I enjoyed this book so much. If you're willing to dedicate some time and sore muscles this book will get you as hard as a Navy SEAL. The book explains how to start and why things like supplements and other costly measures are not necessary in becoming fit and gaining muscle. No nonsense.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unlike most fitness books out there, this book gets down to the basics. This book is full of excercises and programs that are desinged to make you work harder than you've ever worked. No fancy machines, whacky systems, or junk. All you need is your own body weight and desire. Mark does a great job of breaking down the SEAL workout to it's basic form. If you want results and are willing to work this is the book for you. And for those who are trying to become a SEAL, this is the best prep book you are going to find.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is one of the best workout books on the market today. It's very simple, but the results are excellent. This book will help anyone get in shape.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found the exercise regimen far too advanced for a beginner. There are way too many excercises for one session: 28 total. Even the beginners upper body workout is too much. Pull-ups, for example, are just plain tough and asking you to perform 5 different variations one after the other is over-kill. I don't doubt the authors sincerity but this program should be for those who are already in reasonably good shape and have a lot of time to work-out.