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    Yeah, and while I consider myself smart...I am the black sheep of the family. :5forbidde <me
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    Take steroids.
    Not unless you want an OTH.
    I'm not giving you my opinion, I'm telling you how it is.
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    So i tried the pyramid pushups thing today. I did 10-15-20-15-10, with 15 seconds in between each set.

    Oh lawd, i was dead at the end. It was great.

    As for sit-ups, i was able to do 40 in a minute. I didn't get tired, time just ran out. I can easily do 100 sit ups, i just need to get my speed up there.

    pullups/running, i haven't had a chance to do. I'm thinking of just waiting on running until it gets warmer outside, and i can use the track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3moose1
    So i tried the pyramid pushups thing today. I did 10-15-20-15-10, with 15 seconds in between each set.

    Oh lawd, i was dead at the end. It was great.

    As for sit-ups, i was able to do 40 in a minute. I didn't get tired, time just ran out. I can easily do 100 sit ups, i just need to get my speed up there.

    pullups/running, i haven't had a chance to do. I'm thinking of just waiting on running until it gets warmer outside, and i can use the track.
    Each day work on a specific muscle group. Don't do the dumb thing and say, "I'm going to run 10 miles, then work on my push-ups, and then work on.....and then work on...." You're going to kill yourself and not get anything worthwhile done.

    Also, make sure you have the right diet. You don't want to bulk up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3moose1
    As for sit-ups, i was able to do 40 in a minute. I didn't get tired, time just ran out. I can easily do 100 sit ups, i just need to get my speed up there.
    Situps are more about technique for the PT test. You only have to touch your scapula to the ground in the bottom position, not your entire upper back. Also, you cross your arms over your chest and your elbows just have to touch your thighs in the up position. It's actually a very small movement and more of a crunch really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENXPX
    Situps are more about technique for the PT test. You only have to touch your scapula to the ground in the bottom position, not your entire upper back. Also, you cross your arms over your chest and your elbows just have to touch your thighs in the up position. It's actually a very small movement and more of a crunch really.
    Um...no. Maybe in the Air Force it's different, but I know for Army PT sit-ups, your fingers are laced behind your head. And the up position, your back must be perpendicular to the ground. The really anal guys will stand there with a clipboard and use it as a guide to count.
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    Yeah I'm talking about for the Air Force.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENXPX
    Yeah I'm talking about for the Air Force.
    really? weak! I mean... *cough*...what?:qbluewack
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    Yeah I know. Here's the instructions from the AFI.
    Quote Originally Posted by AFI 10-248
    Complete Crunch: a complete crunch is accomplished when the upper torso of the member is raised off the floor/mat, the elbows touch the knees or thighs, and the upper torso is lowered back to the floor/mat until the shoulder blades touch the floor/mat. Elbows must touch the knees or thighs at the top of the crunch, and the shoulder blades must touch the floor/mat at the bottom of the crunch. The hands must stay in contact with the shoulders/upper chest at all times. The member may only rest in the up position. If the member rests in the down position, the test will be terminated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrm1775
    I would agree that it is ultimately better to get a degree from a four-year school with a real, physical campus, but it wouldn't be a bad idea for a military member with enough free time to use online courses to get a head start. Walking on to campus with some of the required courses already out of the way would make for a much smoother transition into college life.
    I will agree to this.

    While in high school I took two night courses each semester at the local community college and when I graduated, I already had all my pre-reqs out of the way and for all intents finished my Freshman year. By my Junior year I was already accepted by a couple of the State Universities and was able to enter college as a transfer student without needing to worry about my high school transcripts.

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