what do u think of this.

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HI im new here and i just wanted to say what a great site this is for people like me who wish to become a royal marine. Anywho this is what ive been doing for 2 weeks since i started training SO what do u guys think any suggestions or info will be much appreciated.


Potential Royal Marines Training Programme

monday
Circuit + Run
AM- 100 marine press up programme
100 sit ups split up into 4 sets
50 prison squats split into 3 sets
50 tricep dips split into 2 sets
Over hand pull ups
PM- 3 mile recorded run for improvemrnt purposes
Protein and Creatine shake

Tuesday
Free weights +Run
AM- Free weights, upper body strength. low weight high reps
PM- 1.5 mile recorded run for improvement purposes
Protein and Creatine shake

Wednesday
Circuit max
AM- Circuit same as mondays AM
PM- Circuit Max max press up's,sit up,s in 2 mins
Max pull ups's over hand and underhand
Creatine and protein shake

Thursday
Gym CV, Weights and Swimming
AM-PM-Bike and rower 10-15 mins
Assisted weights high weight low reps
1 hour swim all styles
Creatine and Protein shake

Friday
Circuit and run
AM- 3 mile jog not recorded
PM- Circuit same as mondays AM
Creatine and Protein shake

Saturday
1.5 mile run AM OR PM

SUNDAY- WELL EARNED REST
 
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the circuit training

can i just say the circuit training is rotational i *text deleted* do 100 press ups or sit ups in one go *text deleted*, ive also started the 100 press up programme. any good feedback on that.

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100 press ups

works for some but not others mate. also i just do what i feel like doing on a fitness programme because 9/10 times people don't stick to them.

if it works for you then thats fine.

crack on

CJ
 

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its a pretty good circuit but try to keep all your runs to a minimum of 3 miles and if you wana just time th first 1.5 mile then do that and have a slow relaxing jog on the second half. also after you have been training for a few more weeks add in a long distance run from 5 to 10 miles and then vary your running by doing hill reps and intervel just so it doesn't get boring. but only do that once you feel comfortable to push it up another level.
 
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Thanks for *text deleted* feedback guys
yea i know what your saying about the strict routine and how people neva follow them but il try my best *text deleted*.
 
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