Currently, I am a DEP Recruit in the Navy. I have about 5-6 months left before I ship out, and I am trying to prepare myself the best way possible for Navy Seals Training.
I was making great gains for the past 4 months with a Total Body Workout 3 Times a week, but the workout started becoming 3 hours a session and was killer. (I know most would say 3 hours is too long to make gains, but it worked very well. Just was brutal)
I am looking for a new program to develop lots of muscle quick, but I also must remember that calestenics are extremely important in BUD/S (Navy Seal Training). In fact, the Navy Seals Preparation Guides keep on telling me to strictly to do large amount of calesentics such 20 sets of 30 pushups, 10 sets of 30 Dips, 20 sets of 30 situps, etc. But I really doubt that I can truly have strength gains through calesentics. Not unless any of you can tell me otherwise.
Some of the exercises I make great gains off of are Deadlifts, Military Press, Incline/Decline Bench, and Weighted Dips. I really need something to improve the Lat Strength.
According to the above information could any one give me some advice in making a program that will give me great gains especially in the Lats (Vertical Strength), and calestenic strength.
I don't know my bench cause I never do flat bench
Incline Bench 165*10
Weighted Dips 55*15
Military Press 115*10
I'm 175 pounds and I don't know my body fat, but I have well defined abs, so I assume its pretty low.
My diet is also very good. 2 protien shakes a day. All clean foods.
And I do 20 mins on the treadmill 3 times a week. And swim 2-3 times a week for an hour.
Thread: Help for Preparing for BUD/S