“Sheepdog response is an opportunity for us to change the current culture of Americans.”
Being a sheepdog—a protector—is something we advocate here at SEALGrinderPT, and all of our training is based around that mindset.
Do you consider yourself a sheepdog? How do you act as one? Is it something you feel you can’t do because you weren’t or aren’t in the military or a first responder? What if you could become a sheepdog as a civilian in your daily life?
As you watch the video (some NSFW language, so keep the volume low), consider how you act as a sheepdog in your daily life and even what more you could do. If the idea is new to you, think about how you could start becoming a protector even in small ways that would be important to someone (like picking up broken glass so someone doesn’t cut their tire or foot, mentoring someone in the Big Brother/Big Sister program.)
There are hundreds of ways you can become a sheepdog. What are some ways you already do this, maybe without realizing it?
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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.
QUESTION: Hello to all at SGPT. I’ve been going to the gym regularly for years but I feel like I’ve hit a plateau and I can’t get past it. In researching new ways to work out, I found your site and your 6-month program is very appealing. My question is can it be done by females or are your workouts just for males wanting to go into the military?
ANSWER: We have lots of females following our daily workouts and we do have a few in the 6 month training program as well. If you can’t do one of the routines, scale it or hit me up with a question about alternatives so you can get to the level you want to train at.