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Preparing for BUD/S
I received similar emails from two young men who aspire to become SEALs one day. They both are athletic and involved with sports and asked the following question.
Navy SEAL Fitness Prep
The problem with many younger (and older) Americans is that the current fitness/health conditions they maintain are not good enough to ensure success at a military boot camp or a law enforcement training academy.
Navy SEAL Fitness Test
Here is the physical fitness test for the Navy SEALS' training program, known as BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEALs). Are you up to it?
7 Steps to Become a SEAL
Here is an email I receive quite often from young teenagers who know they want to serve their country, but are curious how to start preparing themselves for the military training - especially SEAL and other Special Ops programs.
The Navy SEAL Grinder PT
The definition of "grinder" is the concrete-asphalt area at BUD/S where the students do their calisthenics workouts. It is surrounded by pullup bars, dip bars and the instructors, training officer, and commanding officer's offices. You have the constant feeling of always being watched while you are on the "grinder."
Get Fit for SEAL Training
A young man about to go to college emailed me with some specific questions about preparing for SEAL training as well as other special forces in our military.
The Navy SEAL Rumor Buster
During my years of training to become a SEAL, I heard many rumors that made SEAL training seem like this impossible mountain to climb. Here are a few of the rumors that I recall and I often get asked from recruits about the recruiting process, BUD/S itself, as well as life as a SEAL.
Navy SEAL Hell Week Revisited
After reviewing my article archives and more specifically my Navy SEAL related articles, I realized I have written about how to get to BUDS and what workouts will help you make it through BUDS, but I never wrote about Hell Week.

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