Delta Force Workout: Background And Overview… by James Villepigue
Well, Delta Force is very real and is considered one of, if not the most fierce branch of Special Operations units amongst all of the US armed forces.
It used to be that only Green Berets and Rangers could apply for Delta Force, but that has recently changed.
Now, any soldier within the US Military can apply, BUT still only a VERY select few are ever actually invited in.
This is why it’s vital that the soldiers who wish to attend score the absolute highest in their Physical Training (PT) tests.
So, how can you achieve this elite Delta Force conditioning?
Simple — I’ve created a Delta Force Workout that’ll sufficiently bring you to where you need to be physically, to get into Delta Force shape…
But if you’re truly interested in joining Delta Force, call your local Army recruiter, as you’ll need to serve a good bit of time in the military and must be a ranking officer, before ever having the chance to even apply for Delta Force.
Delta Force soldiers are typically brought into military situations, where rapid response to adverse military operations is needed.
These soldiers are not even considered a part of the Special Forces, as they are kept under the radar which helps keep them fierce combatants.
The first thing you’ll want to do is ACE the Army’s Physical Fitness Test. Believe it or not, this will be the basics as far as what you’ll need in order to continue on with the Delta Force Workout.
The Army requires that you perform a certain range of pushups and sit-ups – the higher you are in that range, the closer you’ll be to Delta Force Conditioning.
Some have even stated that you should be able to ACE the Army Physical Fitness Test twice in a row, to even have a chance of reaching Delta Force conditioning standards.
One of the biggest pieces to Delta Force training, are long distance ruck marches. You must practice this training by suiting up in full uniform and tacking a 35 pound (or heavier) rucksack on your body. You’ll be tested by partaking in an 18-mile nighttime ruck-march, which is timed.
You’re also required to tack on a 45 lb rucksack and trek 40 miles over rough and mountainous terrain, which is also a timed protocol.
As you can tell, becoming part of the Delta Force unit is no joke — you’ve gotta be one tough son of a gun, who’s second to none when it comes to physical fitness and mental toughness.
Whether you aspire to be part of this elite Special Ops division or are simply one of our wacky “everyday” readers (hey, nothing wrong with being an average dude) who’s into EXTREME workout routines… this post should serve as an overview and motivator for the Delta Force Workout that I’ve created and will be sharing in a future post.
If you absolutely can’t wait, you can get the complete Special Ops fitness training system right here:
DELTA FORCE WORKOUT…
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