Navy SEALs require an extraordinarily high level muscular strength, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness to carry out assigned missions. With over 220 exercises, 90+ movies and 20 calculators and hundreds of pages of reference material, Navy SEAL Fitness helps you to train like a Navy SEAL.

To train for these physically demanding tasks, the Navy created The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide. The authors of this comprehensive guide, physicians and physiologists, were chosen because of their special qualifications in the area of physical fitness and their knowledge of the SEAL community. Their expertise ensured the guide was written with a goal of expanding the individual Navy SEAL's knowledge of attaining and retaining a high level of fitness.

Because SEALs train for mission related performance, the objective for every workout is elite fitness, validated by the ability to perform every task at the level necessary to accomplish any mission – no matter what. What does that mean? It means that training must be comprised of broad and inclusive, constantly varied functional movements that are performed at high intensity in order to prepare for the unknown.

The Navy SEALS are an elite branch of the U.S. Special Forces whose reputation for outstanding physical fitness is unparalleled. Now everybody that wants to improve his or her health, strength and endurance can take advantage of this information.

Topics Include:
* Overview of physical fitness
* Exercise physiology
* Muscle structure and Function
* Principles of physical training
* Specificity of training
* Determining your training heart rate
* Energy systems used by exercising muscle
* Lactic acid and ATP-CP system for anaerobic work
* Methods of physical training
* Cardiorespiratory conditioning
* Determination of work rate
* Active recovery
* How to estimate your maximal aerobic capacity
* Types of aerobic activities
* Basic workouts
* Running for fitness
* Swimming for fitness
* Strength training
* Flexibility training
* Calisthenics
* Plyometrics
* Sports related injuries
* Physical fitness and training recommendations
* Weight lifting techniques
* Anatomical terms and diagrams

What’s New

Version 4.1

* Special Forces Nutritional Guide now free!
* Compatible with iOS 10
* Uses iOS standard sharing

Ratings and Reviews

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Seanie Greystones ,

Excellent Resource

I've used the information in the running chapter so far and included some of it my training regime. Also some of the upper body fitness too.

There is enough information in this app to keep someone training, busy for a long while. It's very simple and clear.

I have just finished a half marathon - the Dublin Mountain Plod. I did not sleep properly for the last three days due to illness and last night it I slept about 1.5 hours in total. I had planned a good time and a comfortable finish. This went out the window. Now I just planned to finish, I did it in 2.19 which under the circumstances was respectable, only had a banana prior to the race, but brought my water bladder for the run.

Thanks, I'll be keeping this valuable app as an excellent reference tool.



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Hi steve ,

Great app

If you workout and need more help on what to do this is for you. It gives everything you should eat ,all and all super

Galer92 ,


It's great and easy with instructional videos for those of us unsure of what programs we need for which muscles


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