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alienbow, poke around the site some, this question has been addressed several times. You'll find lots of discussion about it.

Good luck.

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A total gym is an exercise machine for the home, not an actual "gym" in the traditional sense of the word.

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just another kid trying to give advise about something he knows nothing about.

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what kind of workout are you doing now?

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you can ignore the voices..up your meds or loose them altogether

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Alienbow, here's the best advice I can give you: stick more towards cardio instead of muscle building. I was lifting weights regularly, swimming regularly, and running occasionally. When I was at the end of the hiring process I completely switched it around; I pretty much cut out the lifting, swim regularly, and run 3-4x per week (anywhere from 2-4mi per time). I've always been good about my pushups and situps, but those are two big things. For pushups I do a modified with dumbbells: I use a 25lb dumbbell per hand and put my body in the regular pushup form. I lower my body and then push up (one regular pushup), but at the top of the pushup I pull one of my hands up even with my chest (working the tricep). For abs, I do situps on a decline bench as well as flutter kicks (if you don't know flutter kicks google them, they're AMAZING and really get your abs in shape fast, but they hurt like crazy at first). If you don't understand what I meant about the pushups, let me know and I can find a picture demo online for you so you can see what I mean.

I start the academy in eight days...if you like, shoot me a message and I'll tell you what kind of PT we're doing in the academy. But primarily focus on your running, your pushups, your situps, and some pullups.

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good luck deputyadam, you going in eight days reminds of when i went in 93, things sure have changed.

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From my experience, you will want to have good endurance and as much strength as possible without sacraficing speed. So I would run as much as possible and work on upper body strength. You want to be able to stay in the fight if you have too without getting tired, and be able to have the strength to push someone off you if you get in a compromising position. You will be taught plenty of defensive and control technics, but nothing beats being able to rely on your own abliity to be physically superior to your adversary.

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keep up the working out after you get out.

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kettlebells

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