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|#183691 - Hey guys I need advice, so I enlisted into the navy a few week… [+] (3 new replies)||05/06/2015 on Advice - love advice,...||0|
#183802 - lordbrauner (05/07/2015) [-]
If you go in with second thoughts, you'll come out regretting the whole experience. Recruiters will sugar coat it and tell blatant lies to your face so they can keep you enlisted, but you're nothing but a number to them to help with their quota. Don't listen to them when it comes to this.
If you're not feeling it, and you truly regret enlisting, go get a discharge from the DEP. It doesn't hurt your record if you do that, and if you change your mind down the road you can give it another go, but this is something that warrants a lot of thought. Once you're in, you're devoting 4-6 years of your life to them, like it or not. You have to be sure of your decision before you make it to boot camp.
#183722 - anonymous (05/06/2015) [-]
#183711 - anonymous (05/06/2015) [-]
Enlisting in the military isn't something you should do unless you know 200% you're all for it. My friend was in the Army a few years back and he said he contemplated it all throughout high school, and it took him 3 years to be completely sure he wanted to join.
The Navy obviously isn't as bad as the Army or Marines. Worst case scenario, you'll be put on some island half way across the world where you'll exercise a lot and eat shitty food, but you probably won't see combat. unless ISIS builds a navy.
I'm planning on joining the Army after I graduate. It'll be hell, of course, but the benefits and the experiences and friends will make it worthwhile.
I'm sorry to say but it's probably too late to back out now.
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|#28522 - So I have 4 months before I try out for spec ops for the navy,… [+] (3 new replies)||03/29/2015 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|
#28538 - marinepenguin (03/29/2015) [-]
Mostly what jokerjack said. One good way to increase pushups is to max out, switch to an easier variation and max out again, then continually go to easier and easier variations until you're body basically shuts down. I started off with regular hand width, then moved an inch wider every time until I couldn't go any wider. Then go to your knees and start over.
Do that once or twice a week max on top of your regular schedule and youll see improvement.
For situps, I just did several sets of 50, and I'd up the number by ten every week. Eventually I was doing sets of 100+ sit ups.
Pull ups, just do about a dozen sets of pull ups throughout the day, never go til failure, but make it to where it's a challenge. As time goes on you'll find that instead of stopping at 5, you'll stop at 8 or 9. Probably the best way to continue adding reps onto your pull ups.
#28531 - jokerjack (03/29/2015) [-]
marinepenguin is definitely someone to talk with about this.
From what I've used and seen the best results in, the best way to get better at a specific exercise is to do that exercise with progressively more effort and force your body to get better to respond. Set where you are, and a target. Then make babysteps along the way to work yourself to that target.
You say you're at the minimums and have 4 months to work. You're already in pretty good shape hitting the mins, and four months is enough time to make the improvements you need with dedication and consistency. Just rememeber that going too hard gets you injured and/or burnt out and that is worse than taking a half step back (if you're the type to go balls to the walls hard) and keeping at it over the course of time.
So anyway, with that progression, if you can hit 45 pushups now in one go, and would like to hit the average of 80, that's a little more than 2 a week steady improvement. So put together your workout plan, probably focusing on each exercise 2-3 times a week, and I'd say with your first set after a warmup, go for your max, Pushing yourself that little extra each time. Then take a 2 minute rest and go for not your max, but like 90% max effort and do 3 sets of that (so like 50 pushups, then 40 then 35 as you tire. Should help build endurance to then hit 53 the next week the first time) That's what I'd do for things like the push-ups, pull-ups, and situps
The running and the swimming, just try to shave that extra few seconds each time til you're down around where you need to be. Maybe alternating distances to go a little longer and build more endurance than you need to have that extra kicker in the final quarter mile when you're doing it live.
That's my advice for how to go about a PT test. Worked for me when I needed to get my pullups and 3 mile time improved when I was going for Marine NROTC. It was my excuse making and missing workouts that caused me to not improve as much as I would have liked to (22:30 3 mile from a previous 25 and 6 pullups to a magical 12 with 3 months work. Should have had that 3 mile time lower but I hated forcing myself out to run). Don't worry about loosing weight unless that's a serious barrier to you hitting your numbers. If you just have a normal amount of fat, you'll get more results out of the ability to train harder eating what you need to than by moving 10 pounds less for your test.
And of course, doing your other workouts will help everything and help keep you sane if that's what enjoy doing more. Whether it's lifting weights, playing basketball or some other sport ect. don't stop that to focus on the bodyweight work, just tone it back to allow for recovery.
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