Check out our list of Top 10 Military Bodyweight Workouts that we have put together from all of the branches of service.
You can do anywhere anytime s no gear or equipment is needed.
Yes; we all did pushups and pull-ups in the military but this is one step up with some added twist.
We have been using several of these to help young guys train for Special Forces and Navy SEAL training.
These are workouts that you can do anywhere at anytime no matter is you are stateside or deployed overseas.
50 Strict Pull-ups
100 Push-ups, release hands from floor at the bottom
*If you’ve got a twenty pound weighted vest or body armor, wear it.
CrossFit elite times
Peter Egyed 34:59 (20lb vest), Graham Holmberg 38:20 (20lb vest), Russ Malz 41:53 (20lb vest), Kim Malz 44:09 (no vest). Post time to comments.
not enough abs and core for you Special Forces types? try this…
100 four count flutter kicks
50 toe to bar
5 minute plank on hands
Video – Severin Workout
A question we just received was “What are some good Army bodyweight exercises?”. No matter which service you are in – Marines, Navy, Air Force you can easily knock out some pushups and sit-ups and get a good simple fast workout.
We like the MiR weighted vest as it is a good value at $60 (20 lb) and gets great reviews.
Many CrossFit athletes and the famous Bar-Barians can also be seen in their videos knocking out dips and pull ups with the vest.
That was pretty hard huh?
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You will find a ton of great bodyweight workouts in that book to keep you going for months.
If you do every workout in this book — you’re a bad @ss and on your way to stardom.
Video – Death by Pull ups workout
Check out the Wright Exercise Mounted Pull Up Bar @ Amazon.com
Video – Murph workout
Questions from athletes in our gym.
Question: Coach, where can I find a special forces bodyweight training for abs? Do the CrossFit workout Annie and you will feel the burn in your abs.
Question: What are top 5 army exercises? The top five army exercises you will see are pushups, sit-ups, pull ups, air squats and burpees.
Where can I find out more info on the US Army Special Forces?