Train Like A Navy Seal

As a former SEAL Team 4 Operator, Crossfit Certified Strength Coach, Athlete, Husband, and father…my experiences as a Navy Seal carved the path for all of the happiness and success I have been lucky to have.

I trained and operated as a Navy Seal in 1984 in communications, combat strategy, and a ton of other expensive, high level education required of me and my teammates…but the most important training I ever received as a Navy Seal was that of my physical training.

It was great becoming strong, agile, un-exhaustible, and focused, but the true benefit a person like you and I can reap from Navy Seal training is of the ripple-effect Navy Seal training will have on the other aspects of your life.

Navy Seal training changed my life for the better and I want you to know why it is the best type of training you can, and should be, doing to elevate your life to the next level.

The ability to target a specific goal, pull the trigger, and successfully hit your goal with precision and efficiency is one of the greatest skills you can ever develop.

Imagine being able to have an idea, a multi-million dollar idea that would immediately be successful, and all you had to do was think it…would you want to have that skill?

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English: CAMPO, Calif. (Oct. 16, 2007) – SEAL Qualification Training students endure a long hike after finishing their second day of close quarters combat instruction. This instructional block teaches SEAL trainees the basic skills they will need to properly secure a room from possible threats. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christopher Menzie (RELEASED) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

How about that groggy feeling you get when it comes to finishing tight deadlines, arriving to a messy home after you’ve had a long day at work, and feeling like you had all of the energy inside of you sucked out by a vacuum cleaner?

Having the undying fire that continuously burns the coal in the fire inside of you is essential to enjoying life to its fullest, accomplishing your greatest goals and aspirations, being the positive role model in the lives of the people you love and cherish, and becoming the greatest version of yourself possible.

Your desire to move forward and pay it forward is what separates you from being average. Having a lack in energy is a fatal blow to any and all great aspirations. Navy Seal training will show you how to live your life without ever feeling drained or de-energized again.

An extremely unknown, and rather random, consequence Navy Seal training has on the mind is that of commanding respect from those around you towards you.

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