If you are in date - you should !! be loaded on to ROP / training.
But please be aware that this things in regard to the recruitment process are changing very quickly and every individual may not end up being quite the same ! in this transition period.
My understanding is that some PRMC passes will start with ROP candidates on 18 May.Hello, is there any truth to the rumours that even those who have passed PRMC and are waiting to go to RT will be put on ROP as well?
My son and some of the guys that were on his prmc and passed were supposed to start on the 4th but were put back to start on the 18th. Not sure of why but as @Chelonian and others have said, it may be to ensure a full troop. It may also give the administration and training teams a comparison between how those who have been through the previous recruitment path and those who have been through the latest one cope with the training process.Hello, is there any truth to the rumours that even those who have passed PRMC and are waiting to go to RT will be put on ROP as well? Or will it be start at foundation for them? Thanks
Im in the same boat always seem to get stuck with the plank. what I'm doing is the VJFT circuit at the start of my session as best as I can and at the end of my session i do 3 sets of plank for as long as I can hold it. Think its just going to be a case of keep practicing it.Struggling with the VPJFT. Originally planned with afco for a PRMC around late June/early July. Worked hard all year to get my stats and running up.
These burpees and plank have totally thrown me and can’t complete all the way through. Can anyone offer good circuit tips or is it just the case of getting at it daily and patiently wait??
Yeah I’ve never really practiced planks either. That is 100% the hardest bit, my shoulders were on fire, especially going into them straight after those press ups. I was going to do mine next week but am going to delay for a couple weeks and throw them into some circuits to improve as I don’t want to do it and go by the skin off my teeth.Im in the same boat always seem to get stuck with the plank. what I'm doing is the VJFT circuit at the start of my session as best as I can and at the end of my session i do 3 sets of plank for as long as I can hold it. Think its just going to be a case of keep practicing it.
Fair one - I struggled a bit with the shoulder endurance as you go straight from holding the press ups into a plank. But I think a few practice attempts and it should get a lot easier.Come on lads the plank shouldn't be catching you out! It's only holding a minor stress position just adopt the position then take your mind elsewhere.
If you're struggling with core strength, get on the app store and download the adrian james fitness app. Costs about £2 but it has a bombers core workout on there. Crack the 15 minute elite workout every day you'll soon have bombers core strength.