You may be strong. You may be fit. But are you Navy SEAL strong? This is a question which you must truly consider if you are a Navy SEAL candidate or plan on becoming a Navy SEAL candidate. A common problem is that many recruits will believe that they are in the best physical condition of their lives. They will work-out, have endurance, stamina, and maintain healthy lifestyles. However, that doesn’t mean that these men are ready to become Navy SEALs.
No matter how physically fit you are you still may not be ready to attend BUD/S Training. The problem is that many men are so “cocky” and so “full of themselves” that they believe that they don’t need to condition themselves and train prior to BUD/S Training. Many men will add a few more miles to their running or will increase the amount of push-ups and sit-ups that they do and think they are ready.
However, the majority of men who “believe they are ready”, but don’t train and condition themselves prior to BUD/S Training, will quickly discover that they are not as ready as they thought they were.
In this series of blogs titled: Preparation For Navy SEALs BUD/S Training, we will be covering the things you can do in order to efficiently prepare yourself for BUD/S Training. We encourage you to comment on these articles as they are released and to reveal your own strategies and routines that you have used or plan on using in order to prepare yourself for BUD/S Training.