LEAD Coach and Founder: Mark Divine
SEALFIT Coaching Staff
“Stomach… Feet… Back… Hit the SURF!” From the outsider’s perspective, the role of a SEALFIT Coach seems like a maestro of chaos and lawlessness… Standing in front of a group of weathered and beaten participants, covered in sand, blood and sweat… Nothing could be further from the truth, the SEALFIT Coach has spent years mastering their craft.
The bread and butter of SEALFIT’s unique curriculum and workload comes straight out of the hardest, most elite training program on Earth, Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training or “BUD/S”. BUD/S is a 6-month SEAL training course held at the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado, CA. With an attrition rate of 90%, only those most deserving will eventually complete SEAL Qualification Training and earn the respect of their peers.
SEALFIT is not BUD/S, it’s not the military. It’s a program spawned from the desire to help aspiring SEALs beat the insurmountable odds. Evolved into a program that teaches honor, integrity, leadership and most importantly teamwork. SEALFIT also provides you with the tools necessary to apply these skills in the real world.
This role needs no explanation. Active, Former and Retired Navy SEALs. Because SEALFIT is not BUD/S, trident coaches attend the SEALFIT Basic Training Course and must audit at least one 20X and one Kokoro.
SEALFIT Civilian Coach:
In order to achieve this rank, you must attend and excel at the following SEALFIT Camps and Academies:
Basic Training Course, Basic Training Academy or Fundamentals Academy, Advanced Training Academy or Comprehensive Academy, SEALFIT 20X, Kokoro Graduate.
Internship: 2 Kokoro internships required.
Coaching Hours: 300 Hours Total coaching: Academy, 20X and Kokoro.
Final Process: Peer review.