The British Special Air Service has been a bad*ss force since WWII. Recently, one soldier showed ISIS exactly how bad*ss they are by going undercover in ISIS territory, taking out 6 ISIS members single-handedly and returning unhurt and with important info. Read about it here and let us know what you think in comments below.
Watch the awesome video below about how the SAS came into being during WWII. Let us know what you think in the comments.
Want to become even more of a bad*ss yourself? Training is one thing, but you also have to be fueling yourself in a way that keeps you alert and ready to act. Introducing the SEALGrinderPT 90-Day Healthy Eating Program. Join SEAL Grinder PT and Coach Danielle Gordon on this awesome 90 Day Clean Eating Challenge!
The course begins on August 1st. After enrollment we will get you an invite to a private Facebook Group.
Space is limited and this course will sell out!
The Healthy Eating Program is a great way to support the SEALGrinderPT 90-Day Strength and Conditioning Program.
To ensure you’re recovering the right way, make sure you’re getting plenty of protein. SGPT recommends Ascent Protein. Easy to carry in a ruck or toss in the car. Perfect for athletes on the run.
Ascent Protein tastes awesome, mixes up easy and is a great way to support your training!
Question: Hello. I know I am probably grasping at straws here. But i am obese. And would love to be on my road to being healthy. Would this be too hard of a workout to do? My doctor okayed me for starting crossfit. I have bought some things for my back yard such as a weighted sled, battle ropes, an athletic sandbag and kettle bells… along with jump rope. Should i give this a go? Or wait until I lose 100 lbs. I am 5’6 and 263 lbs at the moment. Thank you for your time. I appreciate you.
Answer: Yes, you can definitely do the 90-Day Strength and Conditioning Program. The best place to start is at the beginning. And doing 10% of a challenging workout is 1000% better than doing 0%. You can always scale back if needed or email me for a substitution. You might also check out our brand new SEALGrinderPT 90-Day Healthy Eating Program.
Question: The gym I belong to put up ropes for climbing and I’ve been trying them but struggling. Haven’t done this since middle school gym! Got any tips about how to make them easier?
Answer: Yes–check out the SGPT article CrossFit Rope Climbing Tips and make sure you’re working on your pull-ups. Also check out this article to help–How to Use Negatives to Improve Pull-Ups. Also feel free to hit me up with any more questions you might have.