Navy SEAL Training

WarriorLife Podcast With Chris Sajnog 12 Navy SEAL Warrior Traits
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WarriorLife Podcast With Chris Sajnog 12 Navy SEAL Warrior Traits

What does it take… …to be a WARRIOR? Well, it’s not always about how well you can fight or how fast you can shoot. It’s more than just the resilience it takes to overcome any obstacle and accomplish your mission. In fact, there are certain “soft” traits that are just as important as the “hard”…

Why Sleep Matters for Learning and Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation
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Why Sleep Matters for Learning and Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation

Hey guys, what is going on Dr. Chris Sajnog here, and in this post, I want to make a case why sleep matters and learning any skill. Let’s get started. When I first started teaching people to shoot online, I quickly learned the importance of how we learn, all anyone was teaching online or offline…

3 New Ways to Train Like a SEAL
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3 New Ways to Train Like a SEAL

Here are just a few of the features included in the app:  THE SEAL TRAINING APP Training Reminders: We’re all busy, that’s why you can set reminders to train. Rewards: Earn badges for training and redeem for rewards or win prizes. Choose your Training: Select only the content you want to receive. Track your Progress:…

Navy SEAL Tactics to Calm Your Mind and Move Through Challenges [Podcast]
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Navy SEAL Tactics to Calm Your Mind and Move Through Challenges [Podcast]

In this episode, you will learn how these proven techniques can help you conquer life’s greatest battle. You will also get expert advice on how to free your mind from distractions and aim at the right target: Tactics used in neural pathway training and how your behaviors are altering your actions Proper training and mental preparation…

How my New Rules of Marksmanship Can Help You
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How my New Rules of Marksmanship Can Help You

In the Navy, Chris was introduced to a brotherhood of excellence – and, believe it or not, it was also his first introduction to firearms! Chris excelled in sniper training, so he went on to become a sniper instructor and, ultimately, re-wrote the training curriculum. However, that same curriculum, which focused on the fundamentals of…

Top Personal Training Books – Reading Lists of 2017
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Top Personal Training Books – Reading Lists of 2017

Recently I’ve had several people ask me if I had a recommended reading list. Although books and the power I believe they can hold have always been important to me, I’ve never really stopped to think about the ones that have had the greatest impact on me and in a sense, made me who I am.

Being a SEAL, the USCG, Shooting, and More! [Podcast]
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Being a SEAL, the USCG, Shooting, and More! [Podcast]

We also discussed: How police officers are being trained by the NRA to shoot at black shapes without a weapon How the government “Protects” whistleblowers. Why the shooting range isn’t the best place to learn to shoot Lots of insider stories, that REALLY happened. How to become an MVP shooter And more  

What is Dry Fire What Does it Mean and How to Do it
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What is Dry Fire What Does it Mean and How to Do it

Ever wish you could shoot a gun like a Navy SEAL? I can tell you the “Secret” of how we do it…but then I’d have to kill you. For those of you who have read my book, you already know the secret, for the rest of you here it is…there is no “secret”, it all boils down to dry fire practice; and lots of it. Dry fire is the generic term for practicing weapons manipulation with an unloaded gun. Like many seem to believe, it does not just mean pulling the trigger. I can teach a monkey to pull a trigger (though he might slap the hell out of it). Dry fire training involves everything you do with that weapon, from the basic fundamentals to shooting on the move.

Pinpoint Shooting Accuracy or Lightning-Fast Speed?
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Pinpoint Shooting Accuracy or Lightning-Fast Speed?

Yes! As the name implies, here at Center Mass Group we teach our students to quickly find the biggest target available at that moment, set their sights on the center of it and fire for effect. But with that we also need to constantly remind our shooters, “You can’t miss fast enough.” That means for instance that if you decide you’re going to slap the trigger like it owes you money because it’s faster; you’re going to (quickly) throw your rounds all around the guy shooting at you, hoping that he doesn’t have the discipline to slowly press back on his trigger with you in his sights. Let’s see…if I slap the trigger fast 10 times, 1 round is bound to hit him!