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The SEAL Swim Workout

May 14, 2013 | Featured in the Summer 2013 Issue

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U.S. Navy SEALS are a dominant force by sea, land and air, and this workout from former SEAL Lieutenant Stew Smith can make you one too. Smith uses the following swimming circuit to train both athletes and SEAL recruits. Start with level 1 and aim to reach level 3 by the end of the summer. Repeat exercises ten times for all levels.

Level 1

  • Swim 25-50 yards
  • 10 Push-Ups
  • 10 reps of a core exercise of your choice (Crunches, Flutter Kicks, Russian Twists)

Level 2

  • Swim 50-100 yards
  • 20 Push-Ups
  • 20 reps, core exercise of your choice
  • 30-second Plank

Level 3

  • Swim 50-100 yards
  • 5 Pull-Ups
  • 20 Push-Ups
  • 20 reps, core exercise of your choice
  • 30-second Plank
Topics: SWIMMING
Dustin Brady
- Dustin Brady is the Web Manager at STACK Media and an avid runner. He received his bachelor's degree in communications from Pensacola Christian College in...
Dustin Brady
- Dustin Brady is the Web Manager at STACK Media and an avid runner. He received his bachelor's degree in communications from Pensacola Christian College in...
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