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Old 12-11-2009, 09:49 PM   #141
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Re: SealFit??

yes accepted as well. The winter class is only like 6-8 platoons from what I hear so we got a good chance of running into each other. Good luck!
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Old 04-01-2010, 06:16 PM   #142
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Re: SealFit??

I love my CF gym and don't want to leave it. I've never been in the military nor do I intend to. I do like the extra work seal fit brings and I've been thinking of supplementing some in on top of my normal CF. Of course over training is top of mind. I'm 3 months into CF and have seen good results. Has anyone in a similar situation slowly added a scaled version of seal fit online coaching on top of "normal" CF?
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Old 05-01-2010, 11:46 PM   #143
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Re: SealFit??

I'm sorry guys...I'm a dumb fireman...can you break down how the programming works again?

Am I supposed to do ALL the WODs at once?

Or do I do The warmup/stamina/strength together and the durability later?

For example - this past Friday...is this how it goes?

AM SESSION

Warmup/Metcon WOD
Work Capacity/Metcon WOD
Strength WOD

PM SESSION

Durability WOD

Or is it everything in one session? If the sessions are split, how far apart?

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Old 05-02-2010, 02:34 AM   #144
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Re: SealFit??

I'm not sure but I think you're supposed to do them fairly close to one another. Sometimes it tells you to wait a certain time or to do them at different times of the day, though.

But in my opinion, divide it up until you can do them fine. THEN start doing it right after each other and see if you survive. I usually do the warmup and strength, then 5 minute rest between the work capacity and durablity or whatever is left in that day. I find that's hard enough, but I'm not you. Listen to your body.
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Old 05-02-2010, 05:25 AM   #145
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Re: SealFit??

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I'm sorry guys...I'm a dumb fireman...can you break down how the programming works again?

Am I supposed to do ALL the WODs at once?

Or do I do The warmup/stamina/strength together and the durability later?

For example - this past Friday...is this how it goes?

AM SESSION

Warmup/Metcon WOD
Work Capacity/Metcon WOD
Strength WOD

PM SESSION

Durability WOD

Or is it everything in one session? If the sessions are split, how far apart?

Thanks,

Travis
Pretty much do them all at once. It's a sh*tload of work, so make sure you've built up to it. I think only the super firebreathers are doing this every day. I add one of these a week or so, or I cherry pick some of the work capacity routines.
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Old 05-20-2010, 07:44 PM   #146
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Started this week. Loving it so far - brutal, but fun!
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Old 05-21-2010, 12:07 PM   #147
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I've been checking out the site as well. That's some crazy workouts, I'll definitely be scaling it.
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Old 05-21-2010, 12:45 PM   #148
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On 5/20/10 the warmup is 400m of walking lunges.....BRUTAL
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Old 05-22-2010, 04:34 AM   #149
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Re: SealFit??

I think I remember reading on the SEALfit site something along the lines of durability can be partioned as always or as needed. What I took away from it was that it is ok to seperate the durability section if need be.
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Old 11-16-2011, 08:56 AM   #150
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Re: SealFit??

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I'm sorry guys...I'm a dumb fireman...can you break down how the programming works again?

Am I supposed to do ALL the WODs at once?

Or do I do The warmup/stamina/strength together and the durability later?

For example - this past Friday...is this how it goes?

AM SESSION

Warmup/Metcon WOD
Work Capacity/Metcon WOD
Strength WOD

PM SESSION

Durability WOD

Or is it everything in one session? If the sessions are split, how far apart?

Thanks,

Travis
Ok so I am resurecting this thread as we are looking at working a few SEAL Fit WODs into our regular schedule to give our athletes a bit of varity. I am new to this a few of our other coaches have a lot of experience.

Now my question is the same as the above, it reads to me that this should be split and you do the first section in the morning then go to work and after work come back to the gym and do the second WOD?

Is there a good site that explains the thoughts behind this training? I checked out SEALFit.com and it really didn't have a good starting spot i.e. a breakdown of what it is all about.

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