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Thread: PT Q's
08-28-06, 03:48 PM #1
I will be joining after this college semester and I was wondering what y'all would suggest that I be able to do in terms of PT, I want to be in good enough shape that I don't die in Boot.
08-28-06, 04:03 PM #2
P.S. will having a tat slow you down for joining?
08-28-06, 04:10 PM #3I will be joining after this college semester and I was wondering what y'all would suggest that I be able to do in terms of PT, I want to be in good enough shape that I don't die in Boot.
08-28-06, 04:10 PM #4
PT forever, run, do sit ups and pull ups. Build your reps and build your endurance. You will do more PT in boot camp than you ever thought possible, and yes yer gonna die, but you will survive.
As to the tat, it depends on what it is and where it is located. If it is hidden while in uniform and it is not offensive then you are probably good to go...
08-28-06, 05:34 PM #5
the tat is a ring on my right hand, nothing offensive
08-28-06, 05:38 PM #6Originally Posted by Tobes03
50 sit ups
10 pull ups
what do I need to improve and how much?
08-28-06, 05:43 PM #7
im not a recruiter but I think your not supposed to have any tatoos below the wrist. Talk to a recruiter about that.
08-28-06, 06:20 PM #8
08-29-06, 12:12 AM #9
A good book would be "THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS WORKOUT." Check it out on eBay
09-10-06, 04:16 PM #10Originally Posted by jacobmxwll
The minimum requirement for PFT is:
3 miles in 28 minutes
55 crunches (or sit-ups, or whatever you want to call it)
Fail one of the three, it means you have failed the PFT.
For your crunches, you should do two max set every night....put your feet under the couch or bed, or find a buddy to hold your on your feet.
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