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The Complete Guide to Navy Seal Fitness, Third Edition: Updated for Today's Warrior Elite Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B0165HVTBU
- Publisher : Hatherleigh Press (December 29, 2015)
- Publication date : December 29, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 73117 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 214 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #251,350 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I have seen great results coupling this guide with intermittent fasting, Jocko Molk protein, and high fat/protein diet in the morning with carbs and sugars later for lunch. I am not a doctor or endorsing these other products or routines. This is what I have done with Stew's work of art and I have seen great results.
I have been doing modified versions of Stews workouts with my oldest son. We will start using the "12 weeks to BUD/S" workout next week after he graduates from High School and we can coordinate our schedules to get these grueling workouts in every day. His plan is to become a Navy SEAL after he graduates from college. I was a Navy diver a long time ago and my plan is to just get into great shape because I am getting older and I still have three younger sons to keep up with after my oldest leaves the nest. It gets harder every year...
The modified versions of Stews workouts we have been using vary day to day. We normally go hit the Appalachian trail (which is close to our home) and run on the trails. We get in a good stretch, then start running. We hit numerous places on the trail to stop and workout. The workout is so much better with a great view! We will do pushups, pullups, 8 count body builders, mountainclimbers, sit ups, etc. Then we start running again until we hit our next workout spot. We normally run a minimum of 5 miles and stop for workouts 5 or 6 times. Other days we hit the lake and go swimming.
The book lightly covers nutrition. By that I mean it does not give detailed meal plans, but rather gives general guidelines for nutrition. The general guidelines mention things like don't eat fried chicken, instead eat skinless chicken breasts, or use more healthy oils like canola or olive oil instead of vegetable shortening. His general guidelines are good, but nutrition could easily fill up 4 or 5 books on its own. So if you were not aware that fried chicken or vegetable shortening was a poor choice, you should probably pick up a sports nutrition book like The U.S. Navy SEAL Guide to Fitness and Nutrition or Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook .
The nutrition aspect of this workout is important. If you follow Stews workout you will be burning huge amounts of calories and will be eating more. I have increased my portions at each meal, snack on almonds and fruit all day, and still lost a few pounds. The big changes are when I step onto my bodyfat scale and I can see my bodyfat and visceral fat going down while my muscle mass increases. I am not sure how many calories I am taking in each day, but it is a lot, and I am still seeing great progress due to the tough workouts. Plus I feel fantastic.
This book has a lot of value if your goal is to get into good enough shape to become a Navy SEAL, or a member of any Specwar outfit. It also has great value if your goal is to just get into fantastic physical condition. The workouts in this book will require some commitment and dedication if you plan on completing them. But if your goal is to be in great shape, thats an easy trade-off and in my opinion well worth it.
Highly recommend it
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This book is written by Stew Smith an ex-navy SEAL.
I started looking at some of his material online and decided to go for the book.
It takes you through warmups, stretches, nutrition to 30 day, 4 week intermidiate and the 12 weeks BUD/s working.
If you follow the workouts you'd find it a doddle to do over 150 pushups, 300 situps and over 50 pullups in one workout.
As stated in another review this book is not for the faint hearted, if you want to get in top pyhsical condition, then get this book.