A glimpse of the Navy SEAL training

SEAL Training Academy”s recently launched website aims to offer civilians a glimpse into the workout exercises of Navy sailors. The website offers an online workout program developed by a Navy SEAL and D1 athlete.

More and more companies offer innovative online workout programs, like the popular CrossFit. SEAL Training Academy is entering this new market while breaking the one-size-fits-all policy of many other online workouts. The Academy is the first of its kind to tailor to your current fitness level. Whether you are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or are simply looking to get the perfect beach body, the SEAL Training Academy offers you customized choices from over 50 workout programs based on your abilities and objectives.

“Gym memberships are becoming outdated and consumers are demanding new and diverse fitness experiences,” explained former D1 athlete and SEAL Training Academy Co-founder, Doug Nelson. “We offer a new but old take on fitness workouts, giving civilians a glimpse at true Navy SEAL training without having to wear the uniform to reap the benefits.”

The workout is based on the Navy’s Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) program, designed to develop candidates’ mental, physical and leadership skills. Moreover, the trainings are accessible to all since little to no equipment is necessary, and its cross functional fitness program is even designed for real-life situations.

SEAL Training Academy states that it has dedicated itself to giving civilians the real Navy SEAL experience. The company is further unique in offering leadership and teamwork development programs for corporate or athletic teams through its HigherGround program. Its Navy SEAL Camps also allow visitors to experience what it is like to live as a Navy SEAL.

“I can personally vouch for the life-changing benefits of learning how far your body can push itself,” added Nelson. “Everyday obstacles seem meaningless after you have pushed yourself to and beyond your physical and mental limits.”


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