Eating a healthy diet and engaging in physical activities can increase your chances of performing well in Special Forces Selection, according to recent findings.
To pass special operations selection programs, it is important to focus on two specific training phases, including passing a fitness test and spending significant time preparing for it. Recent findings suggest that a healthy diet and physical performance are linked to performing well at Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS). A study was conducted on the metabolites in the blood of soldiers who were selected for SFAS and compared to soldiers who were not selected, and the results indicate that successful candidates had higher levels of circulating metabolites associated with better diets and physical performance. Eating a balanced diet high in fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats, as well as engaging in physical activities, can help improve performance. Additionally, consuming foods with antioxidants can reduce oxidative stress, aid brain function, and reduce inflammation.