Secrets of Military Fitness
21 Techniques the military uses,
that can get you ship shape
Body weight exercises work. Just look at how the military gets their people into shape in boot camp. How about gymnasts? They use bodyweight training. But what are the best ways to go about using bodyweight exercises? Do you do 10 reps or 15? Do you do 3 sets or 5? There’s a lot of information out there and it can get a bit confusing.
I created this guide to inform the masses on the techniques the military uses, with bodyweight workouts, that bring results. This guide is not another book about bodyweight exercises. I’m not going to show you how to do pull-ups and push-ups.
What I am going to show you is how to work the exercises, using these techniques. This way you can develop strength and endurance on the exercises you choose to do. There is no my way or the highway here. Pick and choose from the techniques as you like. Find out what works for you and work it until you reach your goals.
Time and time again, the military gets new recruits. Those recruits need to meet a certain standard by the time boot camp is over. How do they do it?
First, all recruits must meet a minimum standard when going in. Next, the military has done it’s research and come up with certain techniques to bring those new recruits along.
The techniques outlined in this guide can be used with any type of exercise system including weight lifting, but the main focus of military training is bodyweight workouts.
Included in the rear of this guide are three basic sample workouts. Also included is a simple workout that you can do during TV commercial breaks. And lastly, one quick way to help increase how many pull-ups you can do.
Imagine if you could stop wasting your time constantly trying to figure out what works and just get to it. Some of the workouts out there are too easy or too difficult. One size doesn’t always fit all. But by using these techniques, you can create a more custom tailored program.
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