I match the fitness standards of a Navy SEAL - can you?
(PRWEB) March 22, 2005
The books and eBooks, written by former Navy SEAL and online personal trainer, cover nearly every military and law enforcement physical fitness test(PFT) there is. Many consider Stew Smith as the "personal trainer to the heroes of tomorrow" a title he wears with pride. You can see his fitness article archive and list of downloadable eBooks at his site http://www.stewsmith.com.
"Originally, the audience I was writing for were strictly military men and women, but over the past few years, people from all walks of life have been using my military fitness books to lose weight and get fit," says author Stew Smith as he sends his weekly fitness article to http://www.military.com.
The list of downloadable fitness guides range from beginner/sedentary fitness designed for people who do not exercise and/or fighting diabetes to Navy SEALs and Special Forces candidates seeking advice on training for challenging military PFTs.
Stew Smith adds, "The list continually grows as I train more and more people with special needs." To date there are over 30 books and eBooks. Here is an abbreviated list:
Army Special Forces
Basic Army PFT
Navy PFT /OCS
Navy SEAL parts 1,2,3,4
Navy Bootcamp / USNA
US Coast Guard
Air Force Special Forces (PJ/CCT)
Law Enforcement Training
FBI Training Academy Test
Police Academy Fitness Test
Public Safety Diver Fitness
and Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Workout Programs for Teens, Men, and Women.
"In the same week, I receive thank you calls from a 40 year old mother of three who dropped eight dress sizes using the Beginner Program. Most surprising to me, was the young solder back from Iraq recovering from battle wounds who said the Beginner program got him back on track and motivated to get back in shape again." Stew says proudly.
Bottom line the programs work. They are simple and do not require gym equipment - unless specified. They are basic calisthenics, dumbbell, and cardio workouts that will help the user lose weight, get in shape, and give one bragging rights to say - "I match the fitness standards of a Navy SEAL - can you?"
See http://www.stewsmith.com for the complete list of programs and fitness articles to help you find a fitness goal to achieve. And of course just email stew if you have any questions about the programs.
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