Advice and Info About Enlisting Into the Marine Corps 

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Below is a list of some of the exercises that will help you prepare for boot camp and life after it.

As far as how many to do and how far to run: These are things you will need to figure out on your own since we’re all different. Trust me, you will eventually figure out a good workout plan that works best for you.

I cannot stress this point enough: What works for others may not work for you, so each of you needs to figure out a workout plan that best suits your life and one  that you feel works for you.  Getting fit is something that you shouldn't be paying for, so be cautious when paying for programs that supposedly get you fit just like that.

  •     push-ups
  •     running on flat and hilly surfaces
  •     sprints of distances up to 100 yards
  •     sit-ups
  •     crunches
  •     stretches of all sorts
  •     jumping jacks
  •     leg lifts
  •     mountain climbers
  •     swimming (not only good to gain confidence in the water, but it is an excellent cardio workout)
  •     rope climbing
  •     wall climbing
  •     bar dips
  •     bar climbing (monkey bars)

There are plenty of other exercises you can do, but those are the basics to get you started.

Remember, lifting weights is not necessary unless you need to gain strength or are a body builder.