To be SEALFit [trademark] 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 through teamwork, mental and physical preparation, and proper nutrition cultivate the "Kokoro" (warrior) spirit, helping them be unbeatable in life.
You can join the thousands of other SEALFIT athletes that have improved their well-being through these tried and true methods presented by Commander Mark Divine.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 272 pages, 272 pages includes over 120 black-&-white photographs throughout
- Publisher: St Martin's Press
- Publication Date: 01/05/2014
- Category: Exercise & workout books
- ISBN: 9781250040541
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Review by Cherylk
I have been working out for about 3 years in a row. This is the longest time that I have gone in one period. I would not say that I am a fitness nut but I do and have seen the benefits of my workouts. I work out hard 5 days a week. I do a mixture of weights and cardio. Recently, I have been checking out the web and books for new ideas to spice up my workouts. No so much of a machine and run on the treadmill type of gal. Not to say that there is anything wrong with running on the treadmill as I have done it many times when I was working out on my own. However it gets real old quick. Plus I find that if I am in a class that I push myself harder and I am competitive. So this factor motivates me a lot. So back to the book. I was curious to see what type of workout the SEALs do to keep in shape. I know they were really hard both physically and mentally. I was actually surprised to see how many of the featured exercises in ths book, I was familiar with and am currently already performing in my workout classes. I agree with everything that Mr. Divine said about the mental aspect. It is not just purely about the physical but mental as well. I know there are times when I want to just give up but then the teacher is asking if I got a little more and knowing I am almost to the end gives me that little extra strength to continue and show myself that I could do it. Mr. Divine writes this book in a very easy and understandable way. The way that the 8 weeks are broken out by daily quads or WOD (Workout of the Day) is excellent. I do this when I take my Crossfit class. Plus, it is easy to follow if you are on your own. This is a good book to give a fitness person that wants a challenge.