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What Are Your Chances of BCT Success?

A three year Naval Special Warfare study comprised of hundreds of SWCC candidates has identified the speeds, distances and reps that correspond to success at BCT. The graphs in the predictive model show the boundaries of smart training to maximize your odds of success without increasing your risk of injury.

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What Are Your Chances of Hell Week Success?

A three year Naval Special Warfare study comprised of thousands of SEAL candidates has identified the speeds, distances and reps that correspond to success at BUD/S. The graphs in the predictive model show the boundaries of smart training to maximize your odds of success without increasing your risk of injury.

LINK: http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seal-wh...k-success.html
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Injuries during BUD/S

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  • Injuries during BUD/S

    I'm not sure where else to ask this question. I was wondering what happens if you get injured during BUD/S. Do you get to heal up and get back out there the next time a class comes in or are you disqualified from the program and sent elsewhere?

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    Re: Injuries during BUD/S

    If you are injured during the course of training at BUD/S, you will be evaluated for continued training. If the docs decide you can resume training after you heal, then you will be rolled back to the next class. If you are rolled before hell week then you will do hell week with your new class. If you have completed hell week then you will not have to repeat hell week with your new class. If your injury is significant enough to disqualify you from the program, then you will be detailed by the Navy to another duty station in another rating.
    Navy SEAL & SWCC Scout Team

    "The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission."

    John F. Kennedy
    35th President of U.S. 1961-1963 (1917 - 1963)

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