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Your last session/workout!

Discussion in 'Training Methods and Diet Suggestions' started by m2013, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. HEF_RM

    HEF_RM Member

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    50 KB swings
    50 Press ups
    50 Jumps Sqauts

    1 Mile Loop

    50 KB swings
    50 Press ups
    50 Jumps Sqauts

    Then 200 situps completed throughout the day.

    Nice little circuit to get the week started!
     
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  2. browner467

    browner467 Member

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    Week one, Day 1 of the Royal Marines Training Program (RMFA).

    Push Ups - 42
    Sit Ups - 40
    Pull Ups - 4
    Bleep Test - 8.8

    Lots of room for improvement, but it’s given me a general indication of where I am and where I need to be. I’m not a natural runner but with my sights set on a green lid, I want to be maxing out my scores by the time PRMC comes around. Going to be testing my BFT tomorrow.
     
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  3. boogey96

    boogey96 Member

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    Running intervals from Red Zone running

    4 min running at 14kph/8.7mph @ 1.5% incline
    1 min rest

    (60 secs running at 18.5kph/11.6mph @ 5% incline
    60 seconds rest) x 2

    (45 secs running at 18.5kph/11.6mph @ 5% incline
    45 seconds rest) x 2

    (30 secs running at 18.5kph/11.6mph @ 5% incline
    30 seconds rest) x 2

    Repeat each once through at same speed and incline (60 on/60 off - 45 on/45 off - 30 on/30 off) to finish

    This was pretty cheeky weighing just shy of 17 stone (105kg)

    Good workout, now for some weights!
     
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