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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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Pain in the Calf

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  • Pain in the Calf

    I've just started the 26 week training guide to prepare for becoming a SEAL. I am very much mentally prepared and nothing is going to prevent me from making it through BUD/s. However, recently after running even distances as short as a mile at a slow pace for a warm up, my left calf is very tight and sore and it is hard to walk on it. I hadn't been running very much for about a year, so I'm being careful to not increase my mileage to quickly. I try stretching out my calf before and after running. The only thing that seems to make it better is to massage my calf, but as soon as I try to run again the stiffness returns almost immediately.

    Has anyone else ran into this problem? Advice?

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    Go to a PT, they'll fix you up.

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