READY FOR SERVICE
This is a 12-week military readiness physical training program that focuses on preparing you for the physical requirements required in order to successfully navigate the challenges of basic military and service academy training. Areas of focus include overall strength, endurance, and VO2 MAX (cardio).
This day-by-day military fitness program provides fully-guided workouts strategically staggered in order to increase performance while maintaining proper recovery.
Consistent upgrades to performance goals and benchmark testing throughout this fitness program will allow you to see your results as you move forward throughout the training program and ensure you are more than ready for military service.
+ Resistance-training using free-weights and machines
+ Bodyweight workouts using AMRAPs and TABATA drills
+ VO2 Max improvement sessions (sprints)
+ Ruck march days focused on building bone-density and overall endurance
+ Baseline testing days to monitor your progress and gather new data to use to ensure continuous improvement
(Full program will be available as a PDF download upon payment)
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I picked up this program because I am entering the Army in a few months. It’s hard at first (because I was out of shape) but the way it progresses in difficultly is perfect I think. I am much stronger now and am confident I’ll do well okay basic training now. Thanks!
Been on the program for 2 weeks now and love the variety of training days, so you don’t get burnt out doing too much cardio or weight training. Ruck days are a new challenge and my new favorite form of cardio. Highly recommend.
I came into the program overweight and unable to do a pull-up. The program pacing and rest periods worked well for me. I got my 2 mile times into the passing score within 6 weeks and by week 10 I was doing multiple pull-ups. Don't neglect the rest days and raise the rep weight as needed. The plan accommodates all personal starting fitness levels as long as you are honest about your capabilities and put in the work consistently. If I made this progress, anyone can.