Just got in a box of the Frog Fuel and will be using it on all of my next endurance mountain bike rides and workouts.
I had used the fuel on a GORUCK Challenge that I did in Atlanta a few years back.
The Frog Fuel comes in small packs so you can throw it in your ruck and go.
I like these as it gives me a good blend of carbs and proteins and goes into my system quick.
I used Frog Fuel packs when I trained for and completed a GORUCK Challenge. I just put 2 packs in my ruck for the overnight event and these did the trick. It gave me carbs to burn and went down easy (did not come back up) despite doing hard workouts. I would recommend it to all of our SGPT athletes.
One ounce is equal to a gallon of milk. Or 170 grams of meat or 210 grams of break or 4 pounds of potatoes. How about that for packing in a lot of good calories?
This gel was developed by Navy SEAL Team guys Jeff Byers and Alex Kunz – a Stanford Phd) and their goal is to give you a great product to keep you going in workouts or training.
Frog Fuel is clinically proven and is used in over 1000 medical facilities including wound care and long term hospitals.
I used the gel packs on several long hikes, GORUCK event and long distance mountain bike races.
The gel went down smooth and did not iritate my throat or stomach. I had no digestion issues even though I my body was very stressed due to the long endurance event.
Question: Did you use protein and supplements when you went through BUDS? I used a multi-vitamin and had a small tub of extra protein that I used.
Question: Can you used pre-workout at BUDS? If you get caught with it they will probably surf torture you. It is not worth it and you don’t need it any how.
Question: How many miles a day would you run during BUDS?
Answer: Every morning we ran to the chow hall and back. Then we may have a 4 mile run or a 2 mile swim or run the obstacle course.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brad McLeod is married with two kids and an all around average family guy. He grew up in Tallahassee, Florida and despite training all the wrong ways – made it to Navy SEAL training in Coronado, California.
He flunked out of Navy SEAL BUD/S training after making it over half way through (6 months of grueling training). After a year in the Fleet Navy on the USS Cleveland (LPD-7) he came back to graduate BUDS and serve on SEAL Team Four.
His story is simple–Don’t Ever Quit on your Dream! Put one foot in front of the other and fall forward.
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