Hi All, I have been focusing on the Treadmill a LOT recently but I am considering switching to this programme after the PJFT (assuming I've won the appeal for my retinal haemorrhage, the Ophthalmologist has said it's all cleared up and has checked again and confirmed this and will see me again for the third time with his colleague to provide a second opinion and confirmation to make my case in this appeal far stronger). The programme is as follows: Example Programme: Monday: Heavy Squats (AM), Long Run (PM) Tuesday: Push-Ups/Sit-Ups/Pull-Ups (Pyramids ie 1-1-1, 2-2-2, .... , 9-9-9, 10-10-10, 9-9-9, ... , 1-1-1. Where 1-1-1 means 1 Push-Up, 1 Sit-Up and 1 Pull-Up performed Consecutively) Wednesday: Sprints (AM), Squat Centuries (PM) Thursday: Swimming and Treading Water Friday: Sprints (AM), Long Run (PM) Saturday: Rest Sunday: Rest Running: 24 sets of 100 metre sprints with rest in between each set, and gradually reducing the duration of the rest periods until 24 sets can be run with no rest as fast as possible. This is mostly for speed and improving cadence. Running 5 miles at a comfortable speed and gradually speeding up, this will help with the endurance and pace control. Weights (Squats: Each Squat must be *text deleted*-To-Grass ie when Hamstrings are fully resting on Calves, High Bar, Pause Squats for at least 3 seconds at the bottom of the movement): Heavy squats to strengthen lower body muscles and improve lower body coordination and then gradually lifting heavier, this will also help with improving bone density and strength (reduces risk of stress fractures etc). Centuries on squats, where a light weight is used to do a set of 100 reps and then gradually lifting heavier, this will work Muscular Endurance and will also dip in Cardiovascular Endurance. Does this programme seem feasible? Or do you reckon that this will be too much? I am hoping this programme will get me ready for the PRMC; if you know of a better workout, please tell me as I really want to ensure I smash everything given this Medical setback (assuming that I win the appeal). Thank You.