SEAL Fitness Challenge
By JGo Labs
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**SEAL FITNESS CHALLENGE: EXPERIENCE A WHOLE NEW LEVEL OF PERSONAL TRAINING**
SEAL Fitness Challenge (SFC) is the ultimate personal fitness training app that is based on the US Navy SEALs’ Physical Fitness Qualification Challenge. It’s perfect for new exercisers, extreme fitness enthusiasts, and everyone in between.
No expensive, specialized equipment or trips to fitness clubs or gyms are necessary. All you need are guts, willpower and the desire to challenge yourself to perform at the HIGHEST possible fitness levels.
SFC puts some of the toughest training in the world right in your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It’s the perfect blend of fun and fitness to help you achieve your training goals!
ARE YOU READY FOR THIS CHALLENGE?
***TRUSTED BY ELITE PERFORMERS***
"I have been using SEAL Fitness Challenge since the beginning and it is hands down the best personal trainer for iPhone that I have used." -- Chris Dixon, ex-Special Operations Operator and Extreme Fitness Enthusiast.
"I was looking to lose weight and get myself back in shape. SFC made it happen!. It is the only Fitness App I trust!" -- Monique Tsario, Mother and SFC User.
***ADVANCED ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT FITNESS ENGINE***
SFC is built on a proprietary Intelligent Fitness Engine that features limitless variety – which makes it ideal for people who want to avoid repetitive, predictable and boring workout routines.
When you begin SFC, you’ll start out as a "Wannabe" – but don’t worry. With time, sweat and commitment, you’ll advance through a series of real-world Qualification Challenges and earn higher ranks and achievements. But don’t get comfortable or rest on your achievements: if you fail an exam, your rank and achievements will be reset. After all, second place is just the first loser!
> Immersive and Dynamic: Workouts are generated on the fly, assuring a different challenge every time you workout. Unlike other training programs that present static training routines, SFC is the only program to provide you with a different workout each time you step up to train. This provides you with faster fitness results and more functional fitness returns. And just like real BUD/S candidates, you will never know what is coming next!
> Excuse-Free Zone: You’ll experience a variety of options that allow you to workout in as little as a minute or as long as 90 minutes. So wave goodbye to the “not having enough time” excuse!
> Intensity Management: Just starting out? Need to take it a little slower? Don’t worry: you can manage your workout intensity to match your needs. However, be assured that you’ll always been challenged, interested and on your toes thanks to our proprietary AI/gaming engine, which offers you infinite variety – no two workouts are the same!
> Customizable: Make the app entirely your own by adding custom exercises. It’s a great way to keep your training fresh and make it personal.
> Coaching & Encouragement: Forget to workout? Need some training tips? Turn on the "SFC Coach" and get just the right level of guidance based on your performance – and sometimes when you least expect it!
> Motivation: You’ll meet the gritty old-school, smack talking Navy SEAL Chief Halpern, who you will never, ever be able to make happy. He’ll taunt, insult and harass you...and you’ll love him for helping you dig deep for that extra ounce of effort, willpower and energy.
> Statistics: Want to see what you did last time? Wondering if you are getting in enough running? Enjoy a simple and effective way to track progress.
***CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN***
SFC is an intensive training program. As with any physical fitness program, consult your physician before undertaking any a program of this nature. Be responsible, and workout within your limits, abilities and experience.
What's New in Version 3.1
Added a feature to prevent the iOS Lock Screen timer from interrupting a workout.
Seal Fitness Challenge
I've used the app for months with powerful results!!
The stats still don't match my workouts - I complete all hard, but it still says average intensity medium.