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I'm amazed this thread has stayed open as long as it has...OCN's enforcement of the ToS confuses me sometimes... headscratch.gif

Me too. I hope I stopped in time to keep it from being locked. Just can't stand when people imply that me or someone else is the 'R-word' just because I/we disagree with someone. Sensitive subject for me because I hate being called that, because it couldn't be more untrue.
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Having to swim 10 miles? Yep. I would definitely cry the second I hit the water, and start praying for a fatal aneurysm.
On a more serious note, congrats on making as far as you did. Many couldn't even come close to making it 3 weeks I'm sure.

Oh come on, it doesn't sound that bad. Being a swimmer it sounds like just a normal day. I'm not going to say it's easy as I haven't done it and would like to be respectful for those who have.
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Oh come on, it doesn't sound that bad. Being a swimmer it sounds like just a normal day. I'm not going to say it's easy as I haven't done it and would like to be respectful for those who have.

10 miles = 32 kilometers

The Olympics have a race that matches that length.... you not only have to be the best there is but also an Olympiad lol. And Idk bro but 32 kilometers a day sounds a bit too much I just don't see anyone doing that on a regular basis no matter how good you are.
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10 miles = 32 kilometers
The Olympics have a race that matches that length.... you not only have to be the best there is but also an Olympiad lol. And Idk bro but 32 kilometers a day sounds a bit too much I just don't see anyone doing that on a regular basis no matter how good you are.

I was an NCAA athlete. I swam 10,000 yards per sessions twice a day; sprinting. 10,000 yards is 5+ miles. This does not even include the weight lifting a running we did all week. Swimming events are events for a reason. You train harder than what the event is like.
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10 miles = 32 kilometers
The Olympics have a race that matches that length.... you not only have to be the best there is but also an Olympiad lol. And Idk bro but 32 kilometers a day sounds a bit too much I just don't see anyone doing that on a regular basis no matter how good you are.

Well, I would assume the SEALs don't have to do the swim in times as short as the athletes do. I thought the Marine Swim qual was a joke though...for "Marines" I expected more any way. It all happened in a swimming pool. Even my Scuba Bubble was earned in a pool...had to use it in the field, but the qualification was done in a 20 meter long pool. I really wonder what the SEAL's swim qualification is truly like these days...for some reason I find it hard to believe they are swimming for 30 clicks. I can see them doing that for their job...or even for just PT, but not for qualification. I could be wrong though...I've met SEALs, but never brought this up.
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Well, I would assume the SEALs don't have to do the swim in times as short as the athletes do. I thought the Marine Swim qual was a joke though...for "Marines" I expected more any way. It all happened in a swimming pool. Even my Scuba Bubble was earned in a pool...had to use it in the field, but the qualification was done in a 20 meter long pool. I really wonder what the SEAL's swim qualification is truly like these days...for some reason I find it hard to believe they are swimming for 30 clicks. I can see them doing that for their job...or even for just PT, but not for qualification. I could be wrong though...I've met SEALs, but never brought this up.

Navy SEAL Fitness Test Breakdown

Swim 500 Yards
Maximum time allowed is 12 minutes, 30 seconds -- but to be competitive, you should swim the distance in at least 8 to 9 minutes, utilizing only the Combat Swimmer Stroke, sidestroke, or breast stroke

Push-ups
Minimum number is 42 in 2 minutes, but you should shoot for at least 100 for an average score. Do not pace yourself. Push as many push-ups out as fast as you can

Sit-ups
Minimum number is 52 in 2 minutes, but you should strive for at least 100 in 2 minutes for an average score. PACE yourself! Try doing 20 to 30 sit-ups in 30 seconds; that will put you within the 80-to-100-sit-ups range for 2 minutes

Pull-ups
The minimum is eight pull-ups with no time limit, but you cannot touch the ground or let go of the bar. You should be able to do 15 to 20 to be competitive

1.5-mile run
Wearing boots and pants, the maximum time allowed for this one is 11 minutes, 30 seconds, but you should be able to cover the distance in 9 to 10 minutes to be competitive

One of the best workouts to assist increasing your scores in the PT and run is the following:

- 100 pull-ups in as few sets as possible Run 1/4 mile in 90 seconds in between sets of pull-ups
- 200 pushups in as few sets as possible Run 1/4 mile in 90 seconds in between sets of push-ups
- 300 sit-ups in as few sets as possible Run 1/4 mile in 90 seconds in between sets of sit-ups

This is a tough workout that can take 30-60 minutes to complete - if you can complete it.
There is very little difference in the type of person who joins the Army Green Berets, Marine RECON, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, or Navy SEALs. There is one main thing that all of the Special Forces units have in common: Minimum standards are ignored, and they always push themselves to their maximum physical effort.
If you shoot for these minimums -- you are destined to go to BUD/S and just TRY to survive each event of the day. That mentality will wear on you quickly and you will most likely quit or become injured from lack of training / overuse injuries.


http://www.military.com/military-fitness/navy-special-operations/navy-seal-fitness-test

I must admit, not as bad as I thought. Still pretty brutal though.
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That test really looks like a navy wide type of PRT, not sure though. I don't think anyone meeting those minimums would cut it at BUD/S
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That test really looks like a navy wide type of PRT, not sure though. I don't think anyone meeting those minimums would cut it at BUD/S

Yeah they say those are just the absolute bare minimum. And that much higher scores will be needed to succeed. So how does it work then? You can still fail even if you meet the minimums because they only take a certain amount of people and that amount might all have much higher scores?
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Thread cleaned rolleyes.gif Y'all already know why.

I'm prepared to let you guys carry on discussing the military and punishments for leaking info and other such things, but LEAVE THE POLITICS (and discussions of racism) OUT OF IT. There's a million boards out there you guys can argue politics on. This board is about PC's/Overclocking.

You've been warned ... next time it starts up here we're going to start handing out formal reprimands.

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Thread cleaned rolleyes.gif Y'all already know why.

I'm prepared to let you guys carry on discussing the military and punishments for leaking info and other such things, but LEAVE THE POLITICS (and discussions of racism) OUT OF IT. There's a million boards out there you guys can argue politics on. This board is about PC's/Overclocking.

You've been warned ... next time it starts up here we're going to start handing out formal reprimands.

Good day lads.

Thanks, and sorry worriedsmiley.gif
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