1. Scott
    April 28, 2014 @ 5:57 am


    Thank you for all the great content on your site. I’m 43 and up until now never really had any physical issues. But recently I developed tennis elbow and tore a quad. The quad is healing nicely, however the tennis elbow just doesn’t want to go away. My question is, how do SEALFitters, PTGrinders, CrossFitters…deal with tennis elbow?



    • Brad McLeod
      April 28, 2014 @ 8:56 am


    • Danimal
      April 28, 2014 @ 1:19 pm

      Scott. I played tennis daily for several years. Can tell you that tennis elbow is a very serious and terribly persistent problem to deal with. I saw several people take a year off and still have lingering effects.

      Take it very slow. Any pain at all should be avoided. In addition to the normal advice, I highly recommend a wrist guard that people often wear when they have carpel tunnel. It’s very effective because it prevents even minor injuries and stress to your elbow.


  2. Haaris Bjotvedt
    September 22, 2014 @ 12:13 pm

    Hey Brad i was wondering from your experience in Bud/s what scores i would be most likely to succeed with for my PST tests. Right now i have not tried the swimming yet but i can do 63 push ups in two minutes, 73 sit ups (the Navy Seal way) in two minutes and 10 pull ups. I have not run a mile and a half but i can run a mile in 5:38 as my best and under 6:00 as an average. I plan on doing the run and swim but for now i just want to know where my scores would put me as. Whether i would have a better chance at suceeding or not. And if you have suggestions on where my scores should be please let me know.


    • Brad McLeod
      September 23, 2014 @ 2:24 pm

      Have you checked the BUDS PST calculator? Check that out as it will give you a better idea of where you stand and what you need to do.
      Email me and I will send you a free motivational audio.


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