Sry I didn't post on friday I ran 14.5 miles last week and did the bike and elliptical and some heavy bag workouts and went from 225 to 219 its nof much but its more the I thought I would lose I missed two days last week cause I had class and got called into work. Im going to keep updateing this and I ran 3 miles in 30 mins on friday so if I keep working at it I should be good. This week im goi.g to keep the tredmill to 30mins till friday then put it at 930 miles and probably run outside wensday because ir suposed to go from being 30 to 55 degrees
Some of the branches vary their weight/body fat/BMI max based on age.
The Navy requires someone 74" tall to be under 211 lbs.
On the other hand, the max weight for new USMC recruits is between 240 and 246 lbs, and 214 lbs for after entry.
Keep your pace easy - you should be able to hold a conversation in short sentences. Be careful how quickly you ramp up mileage - getting hurt due to too much volume sneaks up on you.
Lie to yourself. Once you're starting to get tired you need to set short goals like, "I only have to keep running to that third lamp post there then I'll take a break and walk for a bit..." Then once you get there, lie again, "I made it to the third lamp post and I'm still running... I only have to make it to that stop light up there and then I get to take a break."
You might find the following useful.
It is geared up around people increasing their mileage for "fun runs" up to marathon but it is good to base a running training program. I've used them in the best to increase my distance/speed for races.
Last week I ran 14.75 miles in 10mins miles pace the time was 146mins it took me I only lost a pound was eating to much but its starting to come together for me ill keep it up
For the week sry