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SEALFIT BLOG: Freedom

I chuckled today as I heard an advertisement crafted by British beer company Newcastle Brown Ale. Comedian Stephen Merchant jokes about what life for American’s would be like had the Brits won the war of independence. As you can see, the commercial suggests that in lieu of celebrating on the 4th of July, there would […]

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SEALFIT BLOG: Divine’s 10 Ways to be a Kokoro Leader, Part 2

A couple weeks ago, I reviewed what I called “McRaven’s 10” which are ten principles that Admiral McRaven (Commander of the US Special Operations Command) derived from SEAL indoctrination training (BUD/S) that if followed, will allow you to change the world one person at a time…starting with yourself, of course! In honor of McRaven’s 10, […]

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SEALFIT Blog: Divine’s 10 Ways to be a Kokoro Leader

Last week I reviewed what I called “McRaven’s 10” which are ten principles that Admiral McRaven (Commander of the US Special Operations Command) derived from SEAL indoctrination training (BUD/S) that if followed, will allow you to change the world one person at a time…starting with yourself, of course! These principles include such classics as “judge […]

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Marks BLOG: Memorial Day

Welcome to this week’s installment of SEALFIT TV, combined today with the SEALFIT blog. On this Memorial Day let us salute the institution that has shepherded the west to prosperity and is poised to preserve the coming age of great abundance. It is the US Military. The Navy advertises themselves as “A Global Force for Good.” […]

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SEALFIT Flag Flies High at North Pole

I am thrilled to announce that the SEALFIT flag is now flying at the North Pole. Geordie Young, Kokoro 29 graduate and long-time Unbeatable Mind student, humped the SEALFIT Flag to the Pole two weeks ago to stake his claim. The expedition included wounded warriors from the Canadian military, notable Olympic athletes and executive sponsors.

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Attitude of Gratitude Part 2

In this second part of this BLOG series, I’ll continue to discuss the concept of gratitude in the business realm, and once more remind all of our fundraiser for my dear friend Jon Atwater, who we are rallying to get walking again. It’s interesting to note that gratitude has a business utility.  A recent study revealed that grateful thoughts lead […]

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SEALFIT TV: Snatch Technique with Mike Burgener

Welcome to this week’s installment of SEALFIT TV. This episode features Mike Burgener elaborating on snatch technique. Coach Burgener is a Senior International Weightlifting Coach for the United States and runs a Regional Training Center for USA Weightlifting from his home in Bonsall, California. Hooyah, Coach Divine. P.S. – The Jon Atwater Fundraiser will be May 10, […]

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trust actions not words

In the SEAL teams, we didn’t talk about values, we learned to act values. If one failed to act in accordance with key values such as trustworthiness and loyalty, then there was an opportunity to learn, often is somewhat painful ways

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Epic 20X Challenge in Trenton

We would like to welcome Coach Brad McLeod to the SEALFIT.com editorial team. This is the first of many “Subject Matter Expert” posts from Brad (and others). Brad is a former Navy SEAL and owner of CrossFit Grinder in Atlanta. You may have experienced Brad’s “horse whisperer” style as one of our Kokoro and 20X […]

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Marks Blog: Honorable Integrity Continued…

In my blog a few weeks ago, I wrote that the word integrity shows up on the value lists of most individuals and organizations. But that is where things stop. The problem with this is that integrity is relative unless measured and framed with a positive ethos. Otherwise, it can be a big negative. So […]

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