I have created a PRMC fitness spreadsheet
· Body weight exercises
· Resistance training exercises
· RMFA Mock tests
· It records max achieved/best results in all exercises.
· It also correlates to the latest PRMC scores to show progress.
· It logs weight and displays this next to a target weight of ones personal setting and displays this in charts.
It also complies important forum info such as the:
· PRMC Scoring
· 12 week course
· Arny's plan
· Fintan and many of the other circuits people look for on the forum.
This has taken me months to put together and I am sure you will find it an excellent spreadsheet. I certainly think it is the closest I have come to creating a piece of art. There is much more to this than I have explained and I would like to put it out for beta testing for everyone on the forum to try. Mainly to see if anything needs ironing out.
Many of the cells are locked as the sheet is formula heavy.
The 10 Sheets
Sheet 1 - Personal Details
On this page you can enter Name, Age, Height and PRMC date. In weight table at the bottom of this sheet you can enter bodyweight. This will automatically update the weight category in the Personal Information table
Sheet 2 – 12 week Fitness Plan
The Royal Marines Pre PRMC 12 week plan and PRMC Scoring
Sheet 3 – Fitness Plan
Contains a space to customise your personal fitnes plan.
Hello, I’m waiting for my face to facemedical and I’ve seen a lot of people mention a diary that they have to write for capita? Can anyone enlighten me as to why and what this is please, any information would help as I want to be prepared and able to crack on straight away, thank you
Couple people have asked me to write up a diary, I found these extremely useful so here’s a up to date PRMC format, 9th October.
I didn’t see any other candidates until Exeter, but once there they stand out like a turd in a glass of milk so you can congregate and have chat. Everyone was bricking it, but once chatting and on the train we all relaxed. Make no mistake the PRMC starts when you step off that train, line up and give surnames, unlike one of ours who was quickly shouted at.
Register and straight to accommodation, carry all luggage do not wheel anything. Pay attention to everything you are told, the small details, times, details etc. As soon as you get in you are given plenty of admin to be getting on with, drawing out kit, making beds etc. Keep all area tidy such as the kit room, otherwise you’ll jut be thrashed later on for it being a mess. Lads turning up later than yourself, help them out with the paperwork and admin etc. That’s pretty much it for the first day, lots of changing in and out of different rigs. Evening to yourself after dinner, we all really relaxed and everyone said how they felt much more nervous in the days leading up.
Up at 0500, you can get up 5mins earlier but honestly I actualy just went down at 0510-0515 and it was fairly quiet in the showers by then. Clean accommodation before breakfast at 0600, into to phys rig, learn some drill which is quite fun, then a lecture from head of the PTI’s. Into the gym, bleep first, we did 2 groups of 20. As you’ve read before,...
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