Navy SEAL Challenge — Get Out of the Rut

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut.

Doing the same old workouts in the same old gym and not really seeing results.

You ever feel that way?

It is good to get out of your element and mix it up completely.

What is the definition of insanity?

Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

You have to do different workouts in order to be ready for anything at anytime.

Navy SEAL SGPT Challenge:

Run 1 mile for time then max pushups in 2 minutes.

Post up your results in the comments on below – and we will send you free SGPT stickers.

We are all about rewarding those that learn the path and become accountable.

When you are accountable you leverage your time and energy and will always put out more when you know you can get called out on the carpet.

Question: How do you find time to workout if you are on a long hour work schedule?

Answer: Do you get 45 minutes for lunch? If so then workout for 30 minutes and eat for 15 minutes and your done.

I also try to read for 10 minutes from a good book each night no matter how tired I am.

A book that I recommend is Lone Survivor

Question: Coach Brad, I want to join the military and become a Navy SEAL. How can I find out more information about taking the next step?

Answer: Check out the Navy SEAL/SWCC website here:

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