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Muscle Sport Magazine

Navy SEALs Pull No Punches With Their Intense Workout

If there was any group that could do no wrong right, it certainly is the United States Navy SEALs. First they were rescuing kidnapped civilians from Somali pirates in the waters around the Horn of Africa then followed that up with eliminating the free world of Osama bin Laden.

 

From John Wayne to John Rambo, America loves its war heroes and the latest chapter bridges real life scenarios that were made for the Silver Screen. But rappelling from choppers and clearing a compound of enemy combatants does not come easy. Not only do the participants require military training, but also they need to be in top physical condition before even attempting any mission of importance.

Strength and endurance are paramount to attain pursuant to completing the required 18-week program. The first half consists of running, push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups and swimming. In the second nine weeks, dips are added.

 

Basic movements, you may say to yourself? Before you go ahead and think it sounds easy, just remember that this a five-day program with weekly increments. A candidate begins with a two-mile run and by the end, four more are added. He must also swim continuously for 75 minutes, up from 15 at the outset. These two hellish exercises are sandwiched around the strength movements.

 

To become a member of our nation’s elite fighting force takes a special person to commit not only physically, but also mentally. One has to be prepared psychologically and emotionally to handle the stress and pain associated with this type of training. To survive it means that the best of the best have made it through and emerging is a group of men worthy of the title as the globe’s toughest son-of-a-bitches.

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So You Wanna Be a Navy SEAL?

 

Monday

 

*5-mile run

*20 sets of 20 push-ups

*20 sets of 25 sit-ups

*5 sets of 12 pull-ups

*20 sets of 15 dips

*Swim continuously for 1 hour and 15 minutes

 

Tuesday

 

*6-mile run

*Swim continuously for 1 hour and 15 minutes

 

Wednesday

 

*6-mile run

*20 sets of 20 push-ups

*20 sets of 25 sit-ups

*5 sets of 12 pull-ups

*20 sets of 15 dips

*Swim continuously for 1 hour and 15 minutes

 

Thursday

 

*Off

 

Friday

 

*6-mile run

*20 sets of 20 push-ups

*20 sets of 25 sit-ups

*5 sets of 12 pull-ups

*20 sets of 15 dips

*Swim continuously for 1 hour and 15 minutes

 

Saturday

 

*4-mile run

*Swim continuously for 1 hour and 15 minutes

 

Sunday

 

*Off

 

2 Comments

  1. Markus Hoffmann

    December 8, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    All those calisthenics are bad enough, but all that running and swimming on top of it? Damn. I like to think I’m in shape but I’m pretty sure that would kick my ass.

  2. Nina Johnson

    October 8, 2016 at 9:48 am

    Daaaamn, That’s a proper workout plan! So much effort man, the results should be awesome tho.

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