This Navy SEAL endurance workout will make you strong and melt fat off your body in no time
There are loads of ways to lose weight fast and build muscle in the same time. For example, you can do push-pull workout or even a five-move full body workout and in general, the more muscles you move, the more calories you burn, so if weight loss is your aim, try doing more compound exercises, like deadlifts and squats.
The workout we are going to discuss here uses your body only as resistance and therefore classifies it as a calisthenics workout. It also relies on endurance more than counting sets and reps. In fact, you won’t even need to count reps; the only thing you might want to check is the time.
Let’s not beat around the bush any longer: we will talk about the Navy SEAL fitness test and how you can benefit from getting ready for it, even if you aren’t planning on joining the army. The test requires you to do as many reps as you can in the set time interval and therefore is perfect to build muscles and endurance as well as torching fat.