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8 Weeks to SEALFIT: A Navy Seal's Guide to Unconventional Training for Physical and Mental Toughnessby Mark Divine
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To be SEALFit (tm) was developed by retired Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine for the unique and specialized needs of professionals seeking to reach their fullest potential. To be SEALFit means you embody the character traits of discipline, drive, determination, self-mastery, honor, integrity, courage, and authentic leadership. We all share a need for our minds and bodies to work at peak performance over long periods of time, while maintaining an unconquerable spirit. The SEALFit athlete is different than the sport athlete. He or she demonstrates great endurance, the ability to train without equipment, be prepared for the known and the unknown, can display intense work capacity, are durable, mentally tough, and flourish as part of a team. These qualities allow strong individuals to thrive in life and lead by example. With 8 Weeks to SEALFit the athlete will:
"Former Navy SEAL Commander Divine (The Way of the SEAL), owner of the SEALFIT Training Center in San Diego, Calif., presents a guide that covers physical and mental training, a modified Paleo diet, and SEAL philosophy, affirmations, and journaling intended to turn committed exercisers into athletes with a 'warrior mind.' SEALFIT combines Ashtanga Yoga, Navy SEAL regimens, and CrossFit training with endurance sports and some forms of martial arts to create lifetime athletes who are disciplined in both mind and body. The first six chapters focus on SEALFIT philosophy, enhanced by Divine's anecdotes and advice on how to 'embrace the suck,' think like a warrior, and endure rigorous training. Chapter 7, 'On-Ramp Training,' details a four-week regimen to bring participants up to speed. Chapter 8, 'Advanced Operator Training,' offers the heart of program, with precise day-by-day workouts that make-up phases of Divinie's eight-week conditioning plan: stamina, strength, power, de-load, and personal record. The appendices include additional resources for fortifying the mind, a modified basic training program for those who don't have the time to commit to Advanced Operator Training, as well as extensive grocery lists. Divine's brusque tone will appeal to readers looking to be pushed beyond their limits. 120 b&w photos." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
Develop all of the qualities that make a Navy SEAL!
SEALFIT was developed by retired Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine for the unique and specialized needs of professionals seeking to reach their fullest potential. Mark Divines straightforward 8 WEEKS to SEALFIT program will give in-depth philosophy and training on how to develop the character traits that go into making a Navy SEAL: discipline, drive, determination, self-mastery, honor, integrity, courage and leadership. 8 WEEKS to SEALFIT features the ground-breaking training regimens that improve the SEALFIT athletes overall endurance, increase his or her work capacity, provide the knowledge to functionally train without equipment and the ability to thrive in a teamwork setting.
Through teamwork, mental and physical preparation, and proper nutrition, the SEALFIT athlete can cultivate the “Kokoro” (warrior) spirit, so they are unbeatable in life. Join the thousands of other SEALFIT athletes who have improved their well-being through these tried and true methods presented by Commander Mark Divine.
With 8 Weeks to SEALFIT you will:
About the Author
MARK DIVINE is a former Navy SEAL and has trained thousands of aspiring Navy SEALs. He owns and runs the SEALFIT Training Center in San Diego, California where he trains thousands of professional athletes, military professionals, SWAT, First Responders, SOF candidates and everyday people looking to build strength and character. He is the author of 8 Weeks to SEALFIT.
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