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Wednesday - In return

So, since Shep was kind enough to include the 12 Days of Christmas last week the least I could do was return the favour. If I recall correctly he had planned on serving up Navy SEAL. Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to apply for the SEALs? Well, I took the liberty of doing a little online research. If you're older than 28, a non-US citizen, or a high school drop-out I'm afraid you're out of luck. But really its the Physical Screening Test (PST) that we are interested in. To qualify for SEAL training you must be able to complete the following regimen: Swim 500-yards (457 m) using breast and/or sidestroke in less than 12 minutes and 30 seconds 10-minute rest Perform a minimum of 42 push-ups in 2 minutes 2-minute rest Perform a minimum of 50 sit-ups in 2 minutes 2-minute rest Perform a minimum of 6 pull-ups (no time limit) 10-minute rest Run 1 ½ miles (2.4 km) wearing TENNIS SHOES and SHORTS in under 11 minutes. I would love at some point to try this out. I wonder would anyone else be up for a trip to the pool? Okay, bonus points to anyone who knows what SEAL stands for, WITHOUT looking it up online! Technique: Back squat (3,3,3,3,3) Workout: Navy SEAL For time 1000 m row 50 thrusters (35lbs/45lbs) 30 pull-ups - Kermit