Check out this video about how SEALs learn to control their fear and how it can change the way their brains work. What are some ways you could apply this in your life? Or if you have, what have you done? Leave a comment below.
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Part of a good training program and recovery is a good nutrition plan and part of a good nutrition plan is making sure you get enough protein. Here at SEAL Grinder PT, recommend Ascent Protein in addition to the chicken and other lean meats we recommend as part of a training diet.
Ascent Protein tastes awesome, mixes up easy and you can stick it in your pack for a quick snack on a ruck.
Question: Coach, I’m doing alright with my arm strength for my pullups but my hands get really tired. Do you have any ways I could make them stronger?
Answer: While having good upper body strength is needed for pull-ups, your hand strength is almost more important because you can only go as long as they’ll let you. We’ve put together an article full of great tips about how you can improve your grip strength.
Question: Hi Coach–I really want to be a Navy SEAL and someone told me about your site and I’ve been trying the workouts you post every day. But nobody even my family thinks I can make it. It’s getting hard to keep thinking I can. Do you have any tips to keep me going to that goal?
Answer: A lot of people didn’t think I could make it through BUDs either and I didn’t the first time I went through and they sure didn’t think I’d make it the second time but I did. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks you can do. It comes down to what you believe you can do.
Check out my article here that also has a link to an audio called Sharpening the Sword. Also check out this article, Navy SEAL BUDs PST Tips and how I made it through Hell Week twice. Always feel free to hit me up with any training questions you have.