Testimonial and general info

Warrior Challenge Ethos


"In times of war or uncertainty there is a special breed of warrior ready to answer our nations call.  A common person, a patriot with an uncommon desire to succeed.”

 

“Forged by adversity, I stand alongside America's finest Special Operations Forces to serve MY country, the American people,  and to protect their way of life."

 

“I am that Warrior."

Suggestions, stuff, testimonials.


DISCLAIMER: Preparation for this training can be equally strenuous. You should consult a physician before you begin any strenuous exercise program, such as the ones described here, or any diet modification, especially if you have or suspect that you may have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or any other adverse medical conditions. If you feel faint or dizzy at any time while performing any portion of this training program, stop immediately and seek medical evaluation. The United States Government and any service member or civilian employed by the United States Government disclaims any liability, personal or professional, resulting from the misapplication of any training procedure, technique, or guidance described herein this guide.


Recruit Training Command RTC RECLASSIFICATION FICTION-


THERE IS NO OPPORTUNITY AT RTC FOR RECLASS TO ANOTHER Warrior Challenge (WC) RATING, OR TO VOLUNTEER FOR WC FROM ANOTHER RATE.


More specifically, Warrior Challenge rates are not automatically given out from other WC attrites (guys that DOR or otherwise lose their programs) to those in a WC rate or wanting to volunteer. There is attrition built into the accessions going to RTC.


Additionally, despite a volunteer brief given by RTC, there are no opportunities to get a WC rate, especially if you are a PACT or NUKE wanting to go into a WC rate, YOU actually sign a CNP policy letter not allowing such reclasses.

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Secret Tips:

» Rotating the entire body as "ONE" will not only help you generate more power, but will help you swim straighter as well.

» Triathletes should know how to swim without exerting the legs so they are fresh for the bike and the run.

» The head should not "lag" the body roll when rolling to breathe.

» Coordination of the arm pull and body rotation are critical for efficient swimming.

» Legs can be used for forward propulsion, torque rotation, artificial balance, and body positioning.

» Fist-closed swimming is a good way to make sure you are not using the hands improperly.

» When getting ready for an open water swim remember, that it is better to be warm than to be warmed up.






© Mark Negele 2016