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Fighting Fit: The Complete SAS Fitness Training Guide by Adrian Weale

Contact us for more information on Military Forums. Show em what your made of! Each unit has rigorous and searching requirements designed to select only the strongest, fittest and meanest for the world’s toughest regiments. Illustrated throughout and including inside information on the kit you’ll need, the food you should eat and how to cope with injury, this is the comprehensive insider’s guide to the fitness methods of the British Army, as employed by the SAS, Paratroopers and Commandos.

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Fighting Fit: The Complete SAS Fitness Training Guide

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Robin Falvey rated it really liked it Jan 16, Bryn Joslin rated it really liked it Jul 17, Tom rated it it was ok May 28, What i do is a few sets of crunches a night, then once a week do the max amount of situps i can do in two minutes as this is the inital test they give fightig at Sandhurst. Damien Richards rated it it was amazing Nov 24, Paul Monaghan rated it it was ok May 20, Though i’m not an expert, i know a thing or two about abdominal exercises.

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John Rolf qeale it really liked it Jan 10, Recommended by a recent SAS squadron commander as ‘an excellent guide’, Fighting Fit’s unique and proven training programmed have already helped many soldiers pass the most demanding tests.

Every year thousands of men and women discover new levels of fitness and inner strength as they are put through their paces to meet demanding standards required for new recruits in the British Army – this book will take you to the same level. And i will second that the book is bloody good. Not exactly true; dunno why he doesn’t want to admit it, but oh well.