There’s nothing more motivating than watching SEALs in action like the bada**es they are. The only easy day was yesterday–but you can train today to make tomorrow easier. Music: My Demons by Starset What are your plans for the weekend? What steps are you going to take to your goals? How can you create at
“The one lesson I’ve learned and is predominant in the SEAL teams is our never quit attitude. It’s not that we’re better than everybody else–you have to basically kill us before we stop getting up and coming after you. Nothing should be able to stop you from doing anything.” Is there a goal you have
When I failed out of BUDS (Navy SEAL training) for the first time for a math test I was devastated. (Read the SGPT article “Why candidates fail out of BUDS” here) I wanted to blame the Instructors saying “they had it in for me”. Then I wanted to blame the Navy for tricking me into
OMAR For Time 10 Thrusters 95lb 15 Bar-Facing Burpees 20 Thrusters 95lb 25 Bar-Facing Burpees 30 Thrusters 95lb 35 Bar-Facing Burpees If no barbell for thrusters, then use a very heavy ruck or sandbag. If neither, use two 45lb dumbells. Ruck marching tips here: DIY Sandbag tips U.S. Army First Lieutenant Omar Vazquez, 25, of Hamilton,
“You don’t achieve worthwhile goals quickly or easily. They take time. They take struggle. They take relentless pursuit. Day in and day out.” Is there a goal you’ve been pursuing relentlessly? Is there one you’d like to start pursuing relentlessly? How could you make today count to get going further on your goals? Even just
Check out this awesome video to get you motivated to smash your weekend goals and challenges. What are your training plans for the weekend? How are you going to get prepared and ready? What are your goals? How are you going to give all you’ve got? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll
“Once you become obsessed with something, it’s okay to be unbalanced for awhile. To be the best in the world at what you do, you have to be unbalanced to find every bit of f*cking energy and strength that you have to pull it off.” When have you become obsessed to be better? Have you
“It’s easy to feel beaten when you’re faced with all those issues and those problems. That doesn’t mean give up. In fact, it means the opposite. It means it’s time for you to fight harder. To dig in. It means it’s time for you to go on the warpath. And that starts with one of
“I will never quit. I persevere and thrive on adversity. If knocked down, I will get back up, every time. I will draw on every remaining ounce of strength to protect my teammates and to accomplish our mission. I am never out of the fight.” — from the US Navy SEAL Creed How will you
SGPT: Tell us about yourself? DS: I am former United States Marine, former police officer, and currently a Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI with just under 30 years of total government service at this time. For the past 10 years, I have also ran a part-time self-defense and fitness business as the Owner and
Military Friends and Family Discount Use Code: HOOYAH at checkout and SAVE on all purchases on SGPTOnline. Click Here to view SGPTOnline Store. .
“Dig deep. Allow yourself to love and embrace fear.” In the final mission for his Embrace Fear series, Rutherford poses what might be the biggest challenge yet to accept: In order to embrace fear, you must live with courage and allow yourself to to lead with love. What does living with courage mean to you?
“Winning and losing teaches us about what it really takes to succeed.” Rutherford continues his previous missions–Mission 1: Search for the Truth, Mission 2: Accept Your Reality and Mission 3: Retrain Your Brain–by challenging you to test yourself so you can move out of your comfort zone. How have you learned to embrace the suck
“Train to fail. That’s how you learn. That’s how you understand what your limits are. To embrace that fail. To put your vulnerability out there. Feel what it feels like in your core when you don’t succeed. Because in that moment, you’re rewiring your brain. And that prepares you to embrace fear.“ Building on Parts
In this awesome video, David Rutherford plays off Mission 1: Search for the Truth by asking the question, “Is reality the truth about fear?”, then challenges the viewer to find their own answer through four micro missions to find the answer. What is the reality you’ve discovered about your fears? How would you personally follow