By Brandon Richey One of the biggest killers to performance and your attempt to make significant strength gains is a lack of mobility in your major joints. The most common joints where problems originate tend to be either at the hips or shoulders. Of course this isn’t the case all of the time, but these
Don Shipley has a hard job keeping all of these nutbag fake Navy SEALs in check. They say there are 10 phonies running around for every one legit SEAL there is. And from what we’re seeing, especially since Osama bin Laden was killed, it’s probably higher than that. Do they really think they won’t get
Check out this awesome video giving a peek into BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL) training. Even if you aren’t on a path to join the SEALs or another Special Operations force—the video is still an awesome resource for understanding the concept that graduating from BUD/S is 80% mental and 20% physical. While you do need a
Earlier this week in Somalia, at least one US Army Green Beret was killed, and four other US service members were wounded when enemy forces used small arms fire and mortars when attacking the US, Somali and Kenyan coalition force. Also wounded was one of the coalition soldiers. The mission was to eradicate a militant
Tell about yourself. I am 56 years old and live in Colorado with my wife and kids. Grew up and still help my dad on the farm. The kids and my wife Dena are all graduates of the University of Colorado. My wife has a her own Real-estate company which she has been doing for
Check out this awesome video showing U.S. Marine Corps Capt. William Mahone landing his AV-8B Harrier essentially blind on the deck of a US Naval carrier when the front gear of the plane malfunctions. The Harrier (also known as a Harrier “jump jet”) 46 feet long and weighs 31,000 pounds. While pilots do train for
By Brandon Richey Are you training or competitive in MMA, or another form of martial arts? Are you interested in learning how you can pack on some lean muscle gains for MMA and other martial arts? Are you serious about your training and understand what variables to work on in order to achieve these variables?
Mamoudou Gassama, a native of Mali living in Paris, climbed four stories, Navy SEAL-style to save a young boy dangling from a fifth-floor balcony. When he reached the boy, he pulled him to safety. An adult standing nearby seemed apparently unable to do anything for the boy. Gassama, 22, living illegally in Paris, made his way
1st Sgt Diamond Ott, 37, with the US Army 1st Cavalry Division based at Fort Hood is known to be the strongest soldier. He is also a certified Extreme Fitness Trainer. He is also dedicated to helping the Army build stronger and better soldiers. Ott has spent over 16 years in the Army, and is
Jason Seaman, a 29-year-old science teacher at Noblesville West Middle School in Indiana, was identified as the person who helped stop a shooting that occurred there on May 25, 2018. Seaman was teaching a class when a male student asked to be excused, then returned with two handguns. While trying to diffuse the situation and
I define functional fitness as the ability to possess the strength, skill, and ability to execute movements that mimic real life and sport activities with confidence and without inhibition. Obviously, this includes a broad spectrum of fitness, but at the end of the day these things are achieved by scaling your performance and physical abilities.
Green Beret and UFC Fighter Tim Kennedy on Why Today’s Kids Can’t Hack SOF Recruitment: “They’re Fat, Lazy [email protected]#%s.”
Is his assessment a bit harsh? Maybe. But there’s truth to it. And not just the Army is having a recruitment issue (some would say “crisis”). The Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard are running into the same problems. “Kids are playing video games, they’re…eating Cheetos…less participation in sports. I mean, if you could
Michael Eckert, who recently left the US Marine Corps as a Sergeant, holds the Guinness World Record holder for most pull-ups in one minute: 50. Shortly before he left the Marines, he broke his wrist while competing for American Ninja Warrior. But even after two surgeries (one which was to put a metal plate in
SEALgrinderPT Podcast #1 with Garret Machine Garret Machine left his comfortable home in America to travel overseas and become a member of the Israeli Defense Force. He worked his way up the ladder and eventually spent time in the noted Duvdevan Unit where he was in combat situations non-stop. Listen to the SGPT Podcast here
Check out this awesome video where Jocko lays it out in his point-blank way on how to get your day going. Overall tip? Discipline in all things. 1. Get a Jump on the Day For Jocko, this means 4:30 am every day. This gives you the opportunity to get things done that you want to