Check out this interview with Navy SEAL Jocko Willink as he answered the question about using bodyweight vs weights for workouts.
For Jocko he likes to use body calisthenics and weight lifting.
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Weights make you stronger and more explosive but at a certain point they have the potential for injury.
Answer: I am using Ascent Protein and trust it with my family.
My daughter also started lifting weights and playing travel softball.
She puts a scoop of Ascent protein in a shaker bottle with 2 cups of 1% milk and drinks that after a long day at the practice field.
I trust Ascent with my family and it has helped me recover quickly also.
Answer: Yes; I would sleep at least 8 hours, drink plenty of water and also roll out your body.
I like to use a massage ball to work on tough areas to help increase blood flow and restore the body. The WodNation Massage Ball set is a good one to try out.
Question: Where can I find out more info about enlisting in the Navy to become a Frogman?
Answer: I would talk to a Navy SEAL recruiter/motivator first.
Use a google search for your local area to find one.
He can answer a lot of your questions about recruiting and hopefully get you in the pool to do some swim workouts.
Also check out the Navy website here:
Delta Force Operator Talks About Training
ANSWER: I use Athletic Greens in our shakes. It’s got tons of great nutrition—vitamins and minerals. Plus it mixes up easy in milk or water.