Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Break Me

I will be training with the US Navy SEALS tomorrow...I can't wait to see what they have in store for us. I hope they challenge me to my breaking point. I want to see where that point is:) AAAAAAhhhhhhhhhh

17 comments:

Kate W. said...

Wow, have fun with that!

Gina said...

I know you'll roll your eyes when I say you're one lucky devil. Be prepared because they'll put you through hell...even though you're not becoming a SEAL.

Have as much fun as you can and I can't wait to read your blog regarding what happened! :)

Anonymous said...

Garrett-- I am a huuuge fan of your blog (and you, of course haha)... I am so stoked for you guys! Is most of the team training there? I would LOVE to hear more about this and how everyone did, keep us posted! Good luck!

Lauren Ashley said...

THAT. IS. THE. COOLEST. THING. EVER.

Try not to swim too fast for them... ;)

HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK!! Keep up posted! :D

Christina said...

Uhm...wow...have fun with that I guess. No really, I'm joking. Have a swimfabulous time! Looking forward to you next blog.

gr. Christina

swimon said...

Ouch! I trained at an Air force camp last year at an altitude of 7,250ft., for about a week. It was grueling, but a lot of fun. Don't let the jar heads get to you.

Anonymous said...

Just so everyone knows: Jarhead is a Marine. SEALs are Squids! :)

Hope it's fun and they don't break you too bad! :)

Adin said...

Tell us how the intensity compares to your training please.

Liza said...

So, you're hanging out w/ the big boys.......have fun Garrett.

Go Navy!

bmccurdy said...

I think you will do just fine tomorrow, its not going to be easy by any strech of the imagaination. but there are very few other elite athletes that could hang with top level swimmers. the biggest thing is perseverance.

Alyssa23 said...

My cousin used to be in the NAVY and he was one of the chefs for the crew...now he's in D.C. cooking for the vice president of the U.S.

Good luck and remember to not show any fear:)

Columbia Water Polo said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/21/sports/olympics/21polo.html?_r=1&n=olympics/2008/Water%20Polo

Don't know if you had a chance to read this article about the US Olympic Water Polo team in the NY Times. They did something v. similar. [In case the link doesn't work, it's called "US Coach Knows the Art of Winning" and it was printed 8/21/08. I think you may have had other fish to fry back then.;)]

MzzzVeee said...

Garrett, u r are so descriptive in your writting I cant wait to hear about your day with the SEALS!

YOUR PASSION IS CONTAGIOUS

Romans 16:1 said...

SEALs are insane!! breaking points are always fun... xP

Mark Gale said...

Garrett says the group is getting ground pretty hard in San Diego. Hard but very good, he says. Watch for a SEAL report tomorrow.

Miss B said...
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Miss B said...

I hope you made it though the seals practice without any injuries. I heard it was hardcore!


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