Troy Loney wrote:how long for the pull ups?
I would do some weighted ones, strap a 25 pound weight on and see how many you can do.
PensFanInDC wrote:I have to pass a.PFT sometime in January to remain employed at SoldierFit. 16 minute 2 mile, 46 pushups in 2 min, 75 sit ups In 2 min, 12 pull ups. The only thing I don't think I'll be able to do in 30-45 days are the pull ups. Starting Interval run training Thursday.
Dickie Dunn wrote:PensFanInDC wrote:I have to pass a.PFT sometime in January to remain employed at SoldierFit. 16 minute 2 mile, 46 pushups in 2 min, 75 sit ups In 2 min, 12 pull ups. The only thing I don't think I'll be able to do in 30-45 days are the pull ups. Starting Interval run training Thursday.
How are you with the run? I spent my Navy career at 5'10", roughly 200 lbs., passing bodyfat measurements by the skin of my teeth, but was consistently able to outrun 95% of the people I was with, with a run time around 9 minutes for a 1.5 mile run. The main thing I always told people was to focus on their breathing. In through the nose, out through the mouth, big deep breathes. Don't pant. Don't breath instride. Don't take short, quick breathes. Let your legs run, focus on how you breath when you run. It helped me immensely when it came to improving my run times.
King Sid the Great 87 wrote:Minimize the time between sets when lifting. That's the best cardio you can get.
For pull-ups, I've seen people that struggle throw a resistance band around the bar and use the handles as stirrups.
shafnutz05 wrote:Man, it's plainly apparent that abs are the least-used muscle (or least exercised) in my body...I did a couple extra ab exercises at the gym on Wednesday and it still feels like I have a broken rib
steelhammer wrote:You can still do steady-state cardio in between HIIT sessions. You shouldn't do HIIT more than 3 or 4 times a week, and best to give yourself at least 48 hours between HIIT sessions.
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