• What's Wrong with Special Forces Training: From a Personal Trainer's Perspective

  • The United States May Have the Best Military in the Nation, but Is it Possible for Them to Still Be Better?
  • By: Trevor Clinger
  • Narrated by: David Rey
  • Length: 22 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 01-13-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trevor Clinger
  • 3.7 (3 ratings)

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Special Forces training may one of the most brutal training routines that I can think of. They push people beyond their comfort zone to mentally and physically prepare for future tasks at hand. There are a few problems with Special Forces training doesn't fit well with the knowledge and education learned during my personal training certification school. Listen to this critique and simple fix on how Special Forces training can be that much more efficient at training candidates to be the best they can be. I am a certified professional personal trainer, certified by the National Federation of Professional Trainers (accredited by the NCAA), certificate number 45582.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2014 Trevor Clinger

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So thats why the majority of our military is unfit

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I loved that the author used true fitness principles and facts to critique and analyze how the special forces train. I can tell you that I am ashamed how our special forces train.

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