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  1. #481
    First IST: 20101210
    1 1/2 mile run- 12:17
    Pull-ups- 5
    Crunches/2 mins- 51
    Weight: 155lbs

    Last IST: 20120414
    1 1/2 mile run- 10:18
    Pull-ups- 14
    Crunches/2 mins- 90
    Weight: 185lbs

    i'd say thats some improvement...
    Kilo-Echo-Lima-Lima-Oscar-Golf-Golf... Out---


  2. #482
    First:
    1 1/2 mile run: 17:34
    Crunches: 23
    Pull-ups: 0

    Current:
    1 1/2 mile run: 12:41
    Crunches: 62
    Pull-ups: 8


  3. #483
    First:
    1 1/2 run: 12:00
    Crunches 55
    Pullups- 4

    Current:
    1 1/2 run: 10:17
    Crunches: 75
    Pullups- 7


  4. #484
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    Just took an IST today at the Pool Function:

    1.5 mi: 9:41
    P/U: 20
    Crunches: 107

    A tad bit better than last time. Working for that sub-9-minute (sub-18-minute 3 mi) run time.

    Ship Date: 20120723 MCRDPI


  5. #485
    FIRST IST SCORES ( 20110929):
    rUN: 17:50
    FAH: 32 secs
    Crunches: 35

    RECENT IST SCORE ( 20120507)
    RUN: 14:24
    FAH:79 secs
    CRUNCHES: 129

    Still trying to get my run time down, and my crunches and FAH numbers up But i have some time to train, I have until 20121015 to MCRDPI By then, I hope to be doing VERY well


  6. #486
    Your so right, increasing your overall weekly mileage has helped me more than anything in cutting my run time.


  7. #487
    First IST 20090702
    FAH: 12
    Crunches: 22
    Run: +23:00

    Last IST 20120514
    FAH: 60
    Crunches: 89
    Run: 11:59

    I was just barely 16 years old when I started training at my depot - now I'm very nearly 19 years old and I leave in 18 days!
    I tell you trying to join the Marine Corps has been the hardest, most stressful, most liberating thing I have ever done in my life - (with the exception of raising my daughter.)
    But I wouldn't do it any other way in a million years
    (However, having a kid in the DEP is not something I would recommend to ANYONE male or female - It is a VERY tough process to get back into the program and; having done it myself, I'm warning you DO NOT GET YOURSELF OR ANYONE ELSE PREGNANT WHILE IN THE DEP! Accidents happen, but be careful Poolees!)
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  8. #488
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    First IST 20120511

    Pull ups: 4
    Crunches: 65
    1.5 Mile: 13:00

    Second IST 20120516

    Pull ups: 11
    Crunches: 70
    1.5 Mile: 10:56

    I have less than two weeks to further improve and I WILL get my run time down to sub nine, max pull ups and max crunches. Failure is not an option..


  9. #489
    Quote Originally Posted by bUm805 View Post
    First IST 20120511

    Pull ups: 4
    Crunches: 65
    1.5 Mile: 13:00

    Second IST 20120516

    Pull ups: 11
    Crunches: 70
    1.5 Mile: 10:56

    I have less than two weeks to further improve and I WILL get my run time down to sub nine, max pull ups and max crunches. Failure is not an option..
    How did you improve that much in 5 days? Were you just not trying on your first IST?


  10. #490
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneWanderer View Post
    How did you improve that much in 5 days? Were you just not trying on your first IST?
    This might sound funny but when I first took the test, I was really nervous and I guess scared (sweaty/shaky hands). Of what, I don't know but probably the fear of failing and that really made everything hard.

    Two days before my first IST, I had never ran. Could barely go thirty seconds. But my recruiter told me it was mind over matter and I just ignored the pain. Since the 11th, I just kept doing my own ISTs everyday. How I improve more and more on running is ex: I'll have a run buddy tag along and run with me. I'll run until I start puking/getting massive cramps. When I start to slow down, he will get behind me and push so that I don't stop. If I tell him five miles, he will make me do ten. (I gotta say, the high after running is awesome and I have the worst shin splints in the world)
    but yeah... I really only wanted to work on my endurance but speed comes along with that like a bonus.


  11. #491
    Make sure you take care of those shins. Google shin stretches. Shin splints will screw you over BIG time! Take this from a guy that does parkour. I haven't really parkoured extensively in a few weeks and my calves/legs still feel it.


  12. #492
    Just took my final IST before Recruit Training so I felt like I should update
    First IST 20110813:
    Crunches: 26
    Pull-ups: 0
    1.5 Mile: 17:00+

    Final IST 20120519:
    Crunches: 68
    Pull-ups: 7
    1.5 Miles: 12:05


  13. #493
    Latest IST:
    P/U: 25
    Crunches: 148
    Run: 8:54


  14. #494
    Lastest IST:
    Run: 13:09
    Crunches: 129
    F.A.H.: 85 secs


  15. #495
    Pull-ups: 20
    Crunches: 77
    Run: 12:08


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