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Do One Thing Daily That Scares You

I had never heard this saying until much later in life. When I went to When I started Navy SEAL Training/BUDS at 19 years old I was trying to expand my life experiences. Before that age I had not traveled across the Mississippi river and lived a reserved life. Going across the country and to... Read More
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Commando Raid in Syria Takes Out ISIS Leader

1AM Local time helicopters descended on Syria  in a SOF Commando lead raid on an ISIS Leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was killed in what witnesses described as a large operation by US commandos From Fox News: ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was killed in a “successful” U.S. Special Operations counterterrorism mission in northwest... Read More

Top 10 Tips to Prepare for SEALFIT 20X Challenge

The 20X Challenge is a one day crucible training delivered by SEALFIT. The goal is to transform your view of what you are capable of as a human being. 20X is a metaphor – meaning that you are capable of at least 20 Times more than you think you are. The SEALFIT 20X Challenge will prove... Read More
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Garage Gym Equipment List

You have a problem. COVID has closed your local gym and you want to keep training. Check out our list of garage gym equipment that you allow you to keep doing your workouts. There is not much better than starting up your own Garage Gym with a few friends from the neighborhood. One buddy has... Read More
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5 Tips and Workouts for the Navy SEAL Obstacle Course

The BUD/S obstacle course is known for being tough. I am going to show you the workouts that are being used to help decrease times on the Buds “O” course. The course brings back fond memories. I was a small guy so I think I had it easier. You see you have to crawl, climb,... Read More
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How Did I Survive Hell Week –Twice?

This is a question we get every week. Good Question. Honestly…I wanted to quit a few times. But I did not have the balls to ring that bell. I was not an athlete. I grew up with asthma and did not play sports. Everything was stacked against me. At 19 years old I was a loser... Read More
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10 Tips to Increase Grip Strength

What is the number one thing to fail on pull ups and dead lifts? It is hand strength. Train the weakest link and improve your lifts. Check out these tips to increase grip strength and start crushing workouts. DEADLIFT This is one lift that will really expose your weakness on the grip strength. Train the... Read More
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Pavel Tsatsouline Workout

Pavel is considered one of the true legends of kettle bell workouts having brought the kettle bell from Mother Russia to the good ole U.S. of America. Pavel blends old school strength and power with new school balance, agility and speed. Check out these bodyweight and kettle bell workouts that Pavel uses to strengthen his... Read More
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How to make a Tire sled DIY tips

A workout sled should be on your list for your garage gym. A sled can help you build your posterior chain (lower back, glutes, hamstring) which will increase your functional fitness. How to make a sled for pulling made out of an old tire and rope. RECYCLE TIRE Find a tire on the side of... Read More
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Naked Nutrition Collagen review

I have been using collagen for a few years now after I was turned on to it by Sean Lake at BUBS. It is one of the few supplements that I use and am a full believer. My hair and nails grow faster when I use collagen. My skin is better feeling and I feel... Read More
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“What Are The Big 4 of Core Strength?”

I had a really great conversation with an SGPT athlete the other day, and I wanted to expand on what we talked about as her questions were really good. “Coach, why is important to work your core first?” Your core is your foundation—it’s like the trunk of a tree. If you picture a tall tree... Read More
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Marine Force Recon Workout

Marine Force Recon are the tip of the spear and many times the first to hit the ground.  They provide intel reports and give a picture of what is happening on the ground before other troops arrive. Training is brutal and nearly half will not make it through Marine Force Recon training. The Force Reconnaissance... Read More
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Herschel Walker Push-Up Workout

Herschel Walker is a living legend when it comes to his football stats and working out. And “Oh Yeah” he is not too shabby as a football player and MMA fighter also. How did Herschel become such an urban legend when it comes to workouts? Is all this stuff just Internet lore? Or does Herschel... Read More
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How to Prevent Blisters with Double Socks

If your heading out for a long hike then you will want to protect your feet first.  If you feet are broken down, blistered and damaged – then your not going anywhere. Check out these tips to prevent blisters using double socks. Years ago backpackers and hikers wore itchy wool socks that rubbed against your... Read More
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