Fitness Workout Plan for Soldiers

By: Matt Shuebrook

By the end of this article, you should have gained enough new knowledge on this subject to be able to explain it's main points to another person.

Just the other day a well respected Sergeant who was looking for high intensity exercisess with some work for abs, core , and extensive bodyweight work to take his bunch of 30+ soldiers to a new level of health in preparation for their PT testing.

For the most part, he expressed that his team has reached their peak and they need a boost.

My comeback is below...Keep in intellect that the exercises I gave him uses bodyweight-only exercises, however, it is VERY intense and for people looking for amazing results.

With that said, keep in intellect that if you're not yet at an amazing fitness level, you can still use this by merely with the central layout of the exercises, and just minus anything you struggle with, or select an easier version of an exercise that's like it.

Here goes...

"Hi J****. To get your soldiers to that next level in their exercisess, we're departing to keep the intensity super high here and use the wholety body. Keep rest periods short, and use extensive-body multijoint exercises as much as possible.

I'll give you a killer exercise idea below that not only incorporates abs and the whole core area of your midsection. However, if it is ok with you, this workout will also work the whole body as well in an intense manner. Just incase you don't have any equipment lying around I will try to keep this as much body weight as I can. Here's an example to take your men through:

begin with a 2-3 min warmup of light jogging, jumping jacks, or jump rope.

Then, move through these exercises in course make, one right after the other with only 10 second rest periods between each (reiterate the course 3-5 sets for a killer entire body workout):

1. bodyweight squats - 12 reps

2. plyo pushups (explosive "clap-clap") - 10 reps

3. walking lunges up 6 steps and back 6 steps

4. mountain climbers for 30 seconds

5. lunge springs - 6 reps to each part

6. lying leg thrusts (abs) on floor- 12 reps

7. squat jumps - 8 reps

8. side plank 30 seconds one part, then 30 sec opposed part

break 2 min after each course; reiterate course 3-5x

If that doesn't get them through the table and keen for the next PT assess, nothing will!

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