Stew Smith is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former Navy SEAL, and author of several fitness and self defense books such as The Complete Guide to Navy SEAL Fitness, and Maximum Fitness. As a military fitness trainer, Stew has trained hundreds of students for Navy SEAL, Special Forces, Air Force PJ, Ranger Training, and other physical law enforcement professions. If you are interested in starting a workout program to create a healthy lifestyle - check out the Military.com Fitness eBook store and the Stew Smith article archive at Military.com. To contact Stew with your comments and questions, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the past few years I have written weekly articles on fitness, military forces training, injuries, and starting a fitness program. If you are looking for answers to questions concerning military fitness, it is probably in the article archive. Take look at some of the topics and titles: Get started with a program for better health: - Th... more
Stew Smith is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). As a military fitness trainer, Stew has trained thousands of students for Navy SEAL, Special Forces, SWAT, FBI, ERT and many other law enforcement and Fire-Fighter professions. #1: College Student Preparing for... more
I often get emails from beginners starting to exercise or avid training folks like myself asking about what are some of the things I like to use, wear, and listen to when exercising. Here are a few of the many things I like to use. I have been searching the fitness business world for places to put my logo on for customers to wear or use as well... more
The multi-billion dollar a year industries of fitness / health / nutrition / weight loss have made remarkable revenue gains in the past 30-40 years. However, it seems ironic as the fitness industry grows, so does the average American waistline. Maybe all that money being spent is being wasted to some degree? I recently attended and gave a lectu... more
An email from a physical therapist in the Navy asked me about training people to have better balance. He states: "One of the biggest culprits to injury as we age is falling or losing your balance. Do you have any plans for folks to gain balance or better stability?" Great question! When training athletes, one of the most important elements of... more