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OMG! SEAL Strong PST @ SMS

November 16, 2010 – Stewart Middle School SEAL Strong Nation gives a fitness challenge at Stewart Middle School in Zephyrhills, FL
During 30-minute physical education classes, the Navy group put students through a shortened and simplified, though still grueling, variation of SEAL-style training. In addition to the half-mile run, the students had to see how many pushups they could do in two minutes. After that came a two-minute sit-up drill. During each class period, groups of students would rotate through each of the stations.

SEAL Strong @ Turner Elementary

November 17, 2011 – Turner Elementary A cadre of mentors (three future special warfare candidates and a former and current SEAL) from SEAL Strong Nation put on their SEAL Fitness Challenge to students in Tampa, Florida.
The SEAL visit to Turner Elementary was part of the annual Great American Teach-In. At schools countywide, parents, businesspeople and others are sharing information about careers or hobbies.During 30-minute physical education classes, the Navy group put students through a shortened and simplified, though still grueling, variation of SEAL-style training.In addition to the quarter-mile run, the students had to see how many pushups they could do in one minute. After that came a one-minute sit-up drill. During each class period, groups of students would rotate through each of the stations.

SEAL Strong @ Stewart Middle 2011

November 15, 2011 – Stewart Middle SchoolA cadre of mentors (a chief petty officer, five future special warfare candidates and a former and current SEAL) from SEAL Strong Nation put on their SEAL Fitness Challenge to students in Zephyrhills, Florida.
The SEAL visit to Stewart Middle was part of the annual Great American Teach-In. At schools countywide, parents, businesspeople and others are sharing information about careers or hobbies.During 30-minute physical education classes, the Navy group put students through a shortened and simplified, though still grueling, variation of SEAL-style training.

In addition to the half-mile run, the students had to see how many pushups they could do in two minutes. After that came a two-minute sit-up drill. During each class period, groups of students would rotate through each of the stations.