The SEALgrinderPT membership website is up and running.
For only $4.95 (the price of a protein smoothie) a month – you get access to up-to-date and spot-on information to help you progress as an athlete (for the next 30 days we will give you free – your choice of SGPT audio’s a $4.99 to $9.99 value).
Enter the code “FREE” in the text box and we will either refund your first month or send you a free audio ($4.99 to $9.99 value).
You can cancel at anytime – just cancel and your out, no questions asked (other than what we can do to improve!).
But… we have a ton of athletes that love it and eat all they can at the long buffet inside the SGPT Membership “Grinder” area.
A portion of all proceeds go to fund the Wounded Warrior Project.
Knowledge is Power.
Check out what is included in the new SGPT
Grinder” membership area.
As of February 2012 – we have added 52 new exclusive interviews (only at SGPT) of Warriors explaining their views and how they get it done in the middle of the fight. More interviews in the hopper and coming out weekly.
=> New fresh interviews with top CrossFit athletes, Navy SEALs and Kokoro graduates.
=> Nutrition tips
=> Reviews on books, videos and gear
=> Mental conditioning-toughness articles (350 plus total)
=> Videos on SEALgrinderPT, CrossFit and SEALFit workouts
This killer info added to the SGPT membership area in winter 2012
*. Exclusive interview with Coach Paul Wade author of the classic book “Convict Conditioning” (see below for introduction to interview)
* The Five Mountains by Mark Divine
* Interview with a top CrossFit elite athlete
* Interview with recent Kokoro graduates
* Updated protein product reviews
* 70 plus mental conditioning-toughness articles
* Kettlebell workouts and tips (and a killer interview with RKC instructor)
* Double under workouts and tips
* Access to 40 plus SGPT videos
* more videos on Chi Gong and Yoga
All of this info was recently added to the SGPT membership area.
and SGPT will add more to the membership area on a daily basis
You can sign up by clicking the “BUY NOW” button below and setting up a username and password and then paying $4.95 (for one month access) through PayPal. If you sign up now (for the next 30 days) we will send you for free – your choice of SGPT audios (a $4.99 to 9.99 value).
The goal is to be a better athlete leaving out of a workout than going in.
SEALgrinderPT Exclusive Interview with Coach Paul Wade
Coach Paul Wade Interview
Brad, Please find my replies below–hope I gave you what ya wanted. I had to cut one of the questions–I really don’t want people to know where I am now, or what I’m doing. I hope that’s cool. Also, feel free to cut or edit any of this crap. I know I waffle. Scratch the profanities if ya want, or replace them with asterisks or something. Alternatively if you want me to redo any of this just holler.. Also, let me know if there’s anything else I can do to promote you or your excellent site. It’s heading peeps in the right direction! – Paul
SGPT: Tell us about yourself.
CPW: Paul Wade, reformed addict. Part-time asshole. Terminal idiot with some knowledge of progressive bodyweight training. Old enough to remember when Dick Butkus still had working knees. Yadda, yadda.
SGPT: What can you tell us about your time in prison? What was it like?
CPW: @#*&ing shit! There’s nothing romantic about doing time. I got drawn into jail for one reason only—drugs. The need for drugs becomes a need for money, and very soon you’re f*#&@. It’s a miracle I didn’t die in prison. I got to a high level of strength after a lot of training, but I’m certainly not some tough guy. I never want to paint myself as that. For most of my various stays I kept my head down whenever I could. People think of Federal jail as a lot more hardcore than State, but when I went down for trafficking and got sent to Federal it was like a country club compared to the State prisons I’d been in.
SGPT: Why did you decide to do bodyweight workouts? Did you have free weights in your prison?
CPW: When first wound up in SQ there was an iron pile in the yard. But it’s misleading to think that it was a gym like you see these days. For a start,
For more of this interview and 40 plus others – sign up with the SGPT Membership area.