Navy SEAL beach workouts

navy seal beach workoutCheck out the list of simple bodyweight workouts that you can do on the beach and build up your body.

It does not take much to grab a quick workout and build your body. ¬†You don’t need expensive equipment or extra gear.

All you need is a little bit of sand and open space and you can rock a workout with ease.

Stand by for a few bodyweight workouts at the beach.

Navy SEAL beach workouts #1
5k run on the beach
every 1/4 mile do 20 pushups/ 20 squats
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Navy SEAL beach workouts #2
3 mile run with hand weights on beach
50 pull ups
50 dips
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Navy SEAL beach workouts #3

5k jog barefoot to build feet

every 1/4 mile do 50 squats and 50 jumping jacks

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Navy SEAL beach workouts #4
400 meter walking lunge for time
make sure you touch your knee on the way down.
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