Navy SEAL Sandbag Training Workouts

Navy SEALs spend most of their careers deployed to the deepest darkest and least desirable places on the planet. This means the conditions are not very hospitable and in most cases they don’t have access to a more traditional training facility.

A deployed Navy SEAL needs to create workouts and training programs that are functional and can be completed with the tools that are around.

Enter the sandbag. A universal tool of the military. You can build bases, bunkers, defense walls and more. You can also turn it into one of the nastiest training tools on the planet!

A Special Forces Operator will often put on their full kit and grab a sandbag and go through an intense, high intensity training program.

Here’s an example of a Navy SEAL style High Intensity Sandbag Workout

6 Minute Workout: As Many Rounds as Possible (AMRAP) weight: 40 / 20 Pounds

10 Sandbag Cleans

10 Sandbag Backsquats

10 Sandbag Get Ups

Rest 2 Minutes

6 Minute Workout: As Many Rounds as Possible (AMRAP) weight: 40 / 20 Pounds

5 Sandbag Push Presses

5 Sandbag Overhead Tosses

5 Sandbag Bench Press from Flat Ground

This 14 Minute Routine is quick and dirty. It will kick your butt. You can even throw in Sandbag runs or carries. This makes training with a sandbag one of the most intense and versatile forms available.

 

Need a training program? Check out our 90 day SGPT Online Spartan Conditioning Program: 90 Pre Programmed Navy SEAL Sandbag workouts. Click HERE

 

Check out this post for more Sandbag Workouts and Tips:

Click HERE Top 10 Navy SEAL Sandbag Workouts

Need a Sandbag? Or on a limited budget? Check out this Article:

Click Here How to make a DIY Sandbag for Navy SEAL Training

 

Article By Brad McLeod Former Navy SEAL, Crossfit Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Founder of SEAL Grinder PT and SGPT Online. Brad has more than 30 years of Fitness Training and is a certified Coach for both civilian and military fitness applications.

SEAL Grinder PT is a leader in Navy SEAL Fitness, Strength and Conditioning. Using barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and other tools to get athletes of all ages functional fit.