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    vernaciousd is offline Member
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    Go here for BUD/S prep, this the program put out by the schoolhouse to ensure guys are ready when they show up.

    Navy SEAL BUDs WARNING ORDER

    You can do any program that you want but I would highly recommend that one. If you have any other questions let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zartan View Post
    *thinks about DanMartin's post, after thinking about it, decides to declare war on DanMartin*




    In all seriousness, many people have used Stew Smiths "12 Weeks to BUD/S" workout with great success. They just do the 12 week cycle over and over till they ship out.
    Lone Watie, is that you?

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    Wayne,Nate is right,and so are you.Let me explain.I Am a retired P.J [6 years active and 15 reserve].Three years ago I decided to re-enlist at the age of 48yo.I prepared myself with about 75% kettlebells as a workout[swings ALL KINDS walking,2 hand 1 hand ,hand to hand,flips ect..Reg.snatch's,TGU'S,Military press. and the rest was swimming,running,pull-ups and cals.I did have experience with swimming and ALOT of confidence in the water.Get as much confidence as you can in the water that means underwater also.Have someone watching you while underwater,so you do not passout.I was offered the job after going thru the past test plus an additional 4 hours of hell in Az when it was 102 degree's.I had a past sinus problem and could not pass the physical exam. BUMMER !!!
    Get any of Pavels books,but esp.Naked Warrior,Enter The Kettlebell,Kenneth Jay's Vo2 max is a must.Z-Health Trainer #3 or Sports phase.I know it might seem like alot,but by failing to prepare,you are preparing to fail.
    Do not get caught up with the Hollywood image of seals. Give yourself some difficult mental challanges,like getting up at 2 a.m doing cals and going for a run. Force yourself take ice cold showers,eat clean watch alcohol intake,cat naps really help. Break any bad habits way in advance.Relationships need to be hammered out ,before you go. I quit smoking,chewing and drinking the nite ,before I left Big Mistake! As you will find out whether you make it or not it's a mental toughness more than anything else.
    My e-mail is www.idokettlebells@yahoo.com Do not go balls to the wall.Listen to the how Pavel recommends a gradual increase.This will save or reduce you from physical injury and mental burn-out. Arrive really fresh. Good luck! Bob Ross RKC/ZHealth

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    Wayne,Nate is right,and so are you.Let me explain.I Am a retired P.J [6 years active and 15 reserve].Three years ago I decided to re-enlist at the age of 48yo.I prepared myself with about 75% kettlebells as a workout[swings ALL KINDS walking,2 hand 1 hand ,hand to hand,flips ect..Reg.snatch's,TGU'S,Military press. and the rest was swimming,running,pull-ups and cals.I did have experience with swimming and ALOT of confidence in the water.Get as much confidence as you can in the water that means underwater also.Have someone watching you while underwater,so you do not passout.I was offered the job after going thru the past test plus an additional 4 hours of hell in Az when it was 102 degree's.I had a past sinus problem and could not pass the physical exam. BUMMER !!!
    Get any of Pavels books,but esp.Naked Warrior,Enter The Kettlebell,Kenneth Jay's Vo2 max is a must.Z-Health Trainer #3 or Sports phase.I know it might seem like alot,but by failing to prepare,you are preparing to fail.
    Do not get caught up with the Hollywood image of seals. Give yourself some difficult mental challanges,like getting up at 2 a.m doing cals and going for a run. Force yourself take ice cold showers,eat clean watch alcohol intake,cat naps really help. Break any bad habits way in advance.Relationships need to be hammered out ,before you go. I quit smoking,chewing and drinking the nite ,before I left Big Mistake! As you will find out whether you make it or not it's a mental toughness more than anything else.
    My e-mail is www.idokettlebells@yahoo.com Do not go balls to the wall.Listen to the how Pavel recommends a gradual increase.This will save or reduce you from physical injury and mental burn-out. Arrive really fresh. Good luck! Bob Ross RKC/ZHealth

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    Viking Warrior Conditioning!

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