Three veteran SEALs compete in an epic event for the most noble cause.

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SUPPORT THE MISSION

SFF Strap + WHOOP Membership Premium Band + Silver Clasp

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SUPPORT THE MISSION

SEAL FUTURE FUND STRAP + WHOOP MEMBERSHIP

Join WHOOP for $29/month (6-month minimum to begin). Membership includes a Special Edition SEAL Future Fund Strap, which features a discrete flag image inspired by the SEALs.

PREMIUM BAND + SILVER CLASP

If you’re already a WHOOP Member, upgrade your Strap with this rhodium-plated matte silver clasp/hook combo, accompanied by a durable liteweave band.

$29 TO THE SEAL FUTURE FUND

Whether you’re a current WHOOP Member or just joining now, $29 from every sale will go directly to the SEAL Future Fund (SFF). The SFF is a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing transitioning Navy SEALs for a civilian life of purpose.

LEARN FROM THE MOST ELITE OPERATORS ON THE PLANET

On October 25, 2018, three veteran Navy SEALs will skydive from 12,000 feet into the Pacific Ocean, swim 3 miles to shore, then run a 100-mile ultra marathon, all while wearing operational combat gear. WHOOP is helping prepare the SEALs for this grueling task, monitoring their daily strain, sleep and recovery as they raise awareness for the SEAL Future Fund. We'll also be sharing their data live during the event as they push the boundaries of human performance.

PURPOSE

The motivation behind the Specter Series.

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STRAIN

Training smarter, not harder.

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RECOVERY

Getting in the green.

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SLEEP

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MEET THE SEALS

  • Jonny Wilson

    Veteran SEAL

    Jonny is CEO and co-founder of the SEAL Future fund. A SEAL for 16 years, he was deployed numerous times to locations across the globe, including Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Bob Moeller

    Veteran SEAL

    A Seal for 13 years, Bob’s service included a variety of operational deployments with Naval Special Warfare.

  • Seal X

    Active Duty SEAL

    Referred to as CBritt, secrecy regarding the identity of this active-duty SEAL is of the utmost importance.

Specter Training

This summer, the SEALs came together in Virginia Beach to plan, train, and connect as brothers.

Early preparations included mapping out their recovery techniques, studying their sleep habits, and analyzing their training loads.

"We take the same approach now as we did in the service. Visualize the end state and work backwards from there, unpack the task at hand and determine the tools needed to succeed."