Discussion in 'On Topic' started by geekboy, May 11, 2006.
Probably more than I did when I was in basic, but then I don't have a life so it's all good.
5 days a week. 0600-0700. The gym on base is a 5 minute walk from my office. It starts my day off right.
Speaking of PT, I had my first PT with the police academy earlier this morning. Over half of the cadets failed out of the 2-mile run , because the instructor made a mistake by letting me leading the formation.
6miles a year ftw
come to campbell and you'll see my ass runnin every single morning
every day after work i do weights and cardio ... weekends i go in the afternoon before lunch and do the same ...
then some nights we break dance ... that shit wears me out more than any other PT i've done thus far ..
I would do a lot more PT if I didnt have to do it as a company
GOOD FOR YOU
GOOD FOR ME
no time where i am unless thats all i do
22 something on my last pft. i dont have to run one ever again.
5 times a week on average. sometimes more, sometimes less.
well it's because your compadres won't pass their shit if your company doesn't run it like that. That was a seriously long conversation we had with your cdr / 1sg about that crap.
4 times on short week and 5 times on regular week. 0600 - 0700.
I guess it's just you and me tehking, everyone is a bit too moto for me.
would have been a little more appropriate
3x a week
Thats funny. We just had 2 people in my section fail the PT test, and tapes. I just hate organized PT in general. The whole uniform, formation thing gets on my nerves. I lift weights 3 times a week and ride my bike 2-4 times a week for 20mi or more per session. Then still take part in every single company sport. And I still have to do organized PT.
I can't believe you guys don't like PT, I love PT'ing
wake up every morning at 5:30 and go out to run and weight train for 2 hours.
What happens when you fail?
thats cause you haven't expierienced the bullshit yet.. wait till you see a pt formation everyday of your life, and you won't love it anymore
3 times a week.