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Camp circuit?

#1 Post by tom_06 » Wed 28 Jun, 2006 1:20 pm

Just been reading thorugh some posts from people in training and was just wondering what a camp circuit is?
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#2 Post by Brian- » Wed 28 Jun, 2006 1:30 pm

It's like a normal circuit but you need to have limp wrists and say 'ooh!' between exercises. :D

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#3 Post by Shrek The Royal » Wed 28 Jun, 2006 2:05 pm

:roll: :lol: its what it says on the tin, its simply a run round camp,normally completed during circuits in the Gym, (it pays to be a winner!)

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#4 Post by Brian- » Wed 28 Jun, 2006 2:12 pm

How far is it Shrek?

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#5 Post by beardo » Sat 01 Jul, 2006 1:26 pm

Its about 800 metres and it the worst hang out you will have in the gym phase...getting flashbacks of playing ''hare and hounds'' on it just speaking about it :o

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#6 Post by speedfreak » Sat 08 Jul, 2006 1:56 pm

There's also a half camp circuit but its more than half of the full one, but yeah... hangout.
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#7 Post by dalo » Thu 20 Jul, 2006 8:39 pm

Hey how is the hollywood troops movie coming along anyway, cant wait to see it and how much it just doesnt reflect recruit training, i heard you have knee pads lol.
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#8 Post by Future_Marine » Sun 23 Jul, 2006 7:40 am

Half camp circuit?? Oh i wish we could have them. Camp circuits are deadly because straight after how ever many you do, you go back in the gym to do your sprints.

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#9 Post by inod » Mon 31 Jul, 2006 7:43 pm

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    #10 Post by harry hackedoff » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 6:26 am

    GET ON YER SPOTS :evil:

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    #11 Post by Artist » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 3:25 pm

    I think all Recruits should do the Good Owd Mud Run every morning at 0600hrs come rain or shine.

    Mind you I've always be a Sadist at heart!!! :D

    Anyone remember BISTO and the camp circuit he once did at CTCRM? He ran all round the place stark bollock naked carrying a crate of Guiness around 0400hrs one Sunday Morning. The Wandering Patrol couldn't catch him, likewise the Provo Staff. My but he was fast on his feet was our BISTO! :D

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    #12 Post by JR » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 3:49 pm

    :roll: :roll: At the mention of Camp circuits! all together now OOoooh hands on hips,Your turn in the barrel.Aye jr :laola:
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    #13 Post by Artist » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 4:02 pm

    JR wrote::roll: :roll: At the mention of Camp circuits! all together now OOoooh hands on hips,Your turn in the barrel.Aye jr :laola:
    Hated that bloody barrel Jim! :evil:

    You didn't know where to turn did you? :D

    Any Old n Bold remember the Seaton Cross Country course? Fred Cummings my Tp Sgt in 1 Troop Alfa coy would have us running round the bloody thing if there was a spare hour to be had.

    I came out of training chuffed to hell that I was away from PTI's and their sadistic ways. What was our Fred then? Yep a PTI!! :evil:

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    #14 Post by JR » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 4:11 pm

    :roll: Fred Cummings.....Now thats a blast from the past knew Fred before he rose to the exalted ranks of the Physical torment branch.

    When I shout Jump,you will jump and dont come down till I say so??
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    #15 Post by Artist » Tue 01 Aug, 2006 4:17 pm

    Fred once offered to insert a SV Boot up me arse when I let rip with a "doctored" SLR on full automatic. Nearest I ever got to having an SV Boot that was Jim! :D

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