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#91 Post by Spence » Fri 06 Oct, 2006 5:27 pm

KJ-Edwards wrote:
I dun my 3 miles at 19:47:24, achieved 12.3 on Vo2 max bleep test. and on my press-ups i got 40 in 2minutess, and 64sit-ups in 2minutess. i had 2-4 minutes rest between each activity. The rain was pooring bearing in mind (typical english weather)

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That's it? Thats all you managed to achieve? Bloody hell fire! When is your PRMC? I seriously suggest you get some training in..................
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#92 Post by Spence » Fri 06 Oct, 2006 5:32 pm

In all seriousness though, it looks like you are on the right track. Keep plugging away and you shouldn't have any major problems. My advice to you would be not to worry about numbers too much, or put too much focus on the gym tests, it looks like you have that side of things sorted. By the sounds of things it's the bottom field that is the real hang out, so maybe you could start to consider doing some training for that. Limit testing yourself to no more frequently than once a month (realistically).

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#93 Post by KJ-Edwards » Fri 06 Oct, 2006 6:47 pm

LOL.. YES SIR!!!

My PRMC is Nov21st, plenty of time.

I put an extra "S" on minutes by mistake, chill out man lol..

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#94 Post by wannabe_rock » Mon 06 Nov, 2006 4:49 pm

Is this programme just as good for POC as it is PRMC?
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#95 Post by Killer Marine » Tue 06 Mar, 2007 4:27 pm

Hey guys, i can do about 30 to 40 chest to floor press ups but need to improve, have you got any tips to improve my upperbody and pressups.
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#96 Post by Spence » Tue 06 Mar, 2007 5:07 pm

There's a wealth of information here mate, some good some not so good. Use the picture below to help you locate the search button (I know it's from our sister site, but it's not that different).

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#97 Post by Killer Marine » Wed 07 Mar, 2007 7:29 pm

hey dudes, i need to get my upperbody strength up so i can excel in the press ups department but need some information on how to.


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#98 Post by antv119d » Wed 30 May, 2007 9:16 pm

Hey there, the link is not working :cry:

Any chance you could re post it? make me :lol:

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#99 Post by antv119d » Fri 01 Jun, 2007 8:22 pm

Cancel that. Managed to find it in the download section of this site. Sorry :lol:

Looking to start it once i get back off holiday so i'll keep you posted on progress.

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#101 Post by antv119d » Sun 03 Jun, 2007 5:29 pm

KevAnder wrote:I can't find the answer to this, so I'll ask here:

How effective is the Potential Royal Marine Fitness Schedule for getting fitness enough to pass PRMC within 12 weeks? Can it be done with this method?
If you look at the PRMC Fitness schedule you'll notice that it runs for 6weeks. That is designed to get candidates fit enough to pass the PRMC. However this will only work if you can actually do all the exercises to start with. Me personally have trouble whacking out pull up's (too much beer before commiting to a training programme :lol: )

If you are of a good standard of fitness then this should work. you can always defer your c@#t you feel ready. If you commit to the programme and get focused i personally dont think it should be a problem. There will probably be others who think otherwise. My advice is to get your head down and put some serious training in ASAP.
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#102 Post by R111MBO » Mon 24 Sep, 2007 3:02 pm

freak wrote:I have done a pdf of this if anyone wants to print it....

Hosting anyone?

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#103 Post by derson » Tue 25 Sep, 2007 5:25 pm

nevermind, found it lol :oops:

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#104 Post by Butcher » Sun 31 Aug, 2008 6:37 pm

Hey maybe I’m being a bit thick but the link doesn’t work, the search didn’t find it for me and I cant see it around :-? can someone tell me how to get to the Potential Royal Marines Fitness Schedule that was posted here please?

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#105 Post by Eddie » Sun 31 Aug, 2008 9:03 pm

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