Sports Teams

Aug 7-8, 2011 – LMHS FootballSEAL Strong 12 hr Challenge – Lake Mary, FL; Lake Mary High School – 93 varsity and junior varsity football players got a taste of Navy SEAL training as their first day of practice. Lessons in team work were stressed as they were given the PST, a nine station, 3.5 hour Monster Mash gut check; alligator crawls, buddy carries, stadium runs, log PT, tire flips, burpees and a whole bunch of pushups proved these “Rams” are SEAL Strong. Hooyah for a great season guys.- Click here for photo album August 4, 2012 – USF women’s soccer teamBulls Roll into season strong…SEALStrong!The USF Bulls womens soccer team went through a a six-hour training session led by Navy SEALs from SEAL Strong Nation.

“We wanted to get out of our comfort zone and just see how miserable we could be and how great we could be within the misery,” head coach Denise Schilte-Brown said. “I think that’s a good weigh-in of who we’re going to be like and who is going to be there for each other. Leaders emerged, freshmen stepped up and it was great.”

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Sept 14, 2012 – SEU basketball teamLakeland, FL; The SEU Fire Mens Basketball Team starts season Strong…SEALStrong.The SEAL Strong Nation Instructor Cadre conducted an intense training evolution that included team building exercises, Pays to Be a Winner drills, and lit the fuse when they got out of their comfort zone. The SEAL Cadre taught them what it means to be SEALStrong, the team showed them they are “21” Strong. Hooyah Fire!

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Sept 15, 2012 – USF women’s golf and tennis teamsTampa, FL; The USF women’s golf and tennis teams endured a four-hour training session that pushed them out of their comfort zone and into a new level of mental toughness. Even w/ 48 degree chilly dips they dicovered that when you have ‘Fire in the Gut’ no one can stop you – “make a bad serve, miss a bad putt – done, boom let it go and re-set.To Keep your emotions in control: Just Breathe … In … Out. These Lady Bulls are strong…SEALStrong!

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Nov 2, 2012 – USF men’s soccer teamTampa, FL; The University of South Florida Men’s Soccer Team forged mental toughness as they head into post season play. This international band of brothers spent a 4-hour training session getting strong…. SEAL Strong! -Talent check -Heart check -Intensity check -Effort check -Mindset check. It is not how you start, but how you finish. These Bulls are ready for the next 90 minutes. Hooyah. Sept 20, 2013 – SEU basketball teamThe men’s basketball team at Southeastern University in Lakeland finished up their pre-season bootcamp with a SEAL Strong Nation 3 hr training session. The Fire learned when you focus your full attention on the moment, great things happen…even when things are not going your way! Shooting Stress test took them from the court to the pool and out of their comfort zone. Accountability, Character, and Compassion. #HGA…Coach Barsh and his “GAMERs” are strong….SEAL Strong. Hooyah Fire!- Click here for photo album
August 19, 2014 – USF women’s soccer teamTampa, FL; The University of South Florida women’s soccer team took the ‘Trident Challenge’ – a 4-hour training evolution led by T2C Global and SEAL Strong Nation to give the girls a taste of Navy SEAL training. Frogs and frogmen showed up to take the women through log PT, lessons in learning to lean on your team, training to protect those at your sides – all which allowed these girls, from all around the world, to come together and work as a team. August 20, 2014 – USF men’s soccer teamTampa, FL; The University of South Florida men’s soccer team took the ‘Trident Challenge’ – a 4-hour training evolution led by T2C Global and SEAL Strong Nation to give these young men a taste of Navy SEAL training. The SEALs taught them the way to truly come together as a team is by going through extreme chaos and having a common enemy. These guys may speak different languages but after getting out of their comfort zone, they have learned not to worry about themselves but to take care of the guy next to them.