Becoming A Navy Seal

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Becoming A Seal Quentin Galt English 1101 Introduction: What it takes to become a seal and what is the mental process.

I. Training A). Buds camp B). Airborne Training C). Probationary Period II. Physical Condition A). Running B). Swimming C). Obstacle Course III. Mental Requirements A) Physcological Affects B) Building the mental process of a seal C) Staregic plan of thinking Conclusion: Why is it so difficult to become a seal.

Becoming A Seal THE MORE YOU SWEAT, THE LESS YOU BLEED Becoming a navy seal is what many guys want to become. Going through Buds camp is one of the tasks a seal has to complete. This is a phase that will put a man through the most rigorous training that he will endure in is whole life and most difficult course to take in the U.S. This paper will discuss the mental and physical demands of a seal and what it would take to become one.

These are the first men in and the first man out, they live on the water and beach and can perform some of the most difficult task on any terrain mother nature has given us.

BUD\S Phase one: Basic Conditioning (8 weeks) Built around a intense calisthenics, swimming, running and boating drills, BUD\S is based on the idea that a "human body can endure 10 times more punishment that it thinks it can" (MENS JOURNAL pg93). Teams of seven on a boat team do sit-ups with a 170-pound section of a telephone pole on their chests and hike for miles holding a 100-pound boat above their heads. Candidates study and are grilled on subjects like underwater mapping, beach surveying, and rescue. By week four, they must complete a half-mile pool swim in 30-minutes; and a one-mile bay swim in 70-minutes; a...