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OsaBoy5
10-10-2007, 07:38 PM
Hello everyone, i was wondering what would be a good workout to build muscle and mass while improving my PT at the same time. Im a 13 Bravo which requires me to a lot of heavy lifting so gaining muscle and mass will help with my job but at the same time I still want to maintain the high PT score that I have. I have currently purchases Maximus, ETS, and a productive called "Full Force" from www.focusintesity.com Im thinking of using this ranger workout, would it be appropriate or what modifications would you recommend i make to the program, or should i just scratch it all together.
THE PUSH UP
1) Timed sets of push-ups Do timed sets of Regular, Wide arm and, Diamond push-ups for 40-30-20 seconds each with no more then 30 seconds rest between sets. Adhere strictly to proper form described in FM 21-20. (3 sets minimum)
2) Bench press Strength improvement. Perform 20 repetitions of 50% of body weight working towards 20 reps at 65%. Do 3-4 sets per session.
3) Front Deltoid raises 10-15 pounds 3-4 sets working towards temporary muscle failure (TMF).
4) Tricep Extension 10-15 pounds 3-4 sets working towards temporary muscle failure (TMF).
5) Seated or bent over row - Strength improvement. Perform 20 repetitions of 50% of body weight working towards 20 reps at 65%. Do 3-4 sets per session.
6) Swimmer or Prone Row 3-4 sets at 20-30 reps each.
7) Roman chair 3-4 sets 20 30 reps per set, facing down, progressing to with weight.
8) Dips- 3-4 sets working towards muscle failure.
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THE SIT-UP
1) Timed sets of sit-ups- Do timed sets of sit-ups for 60-40-30 seconds each with no more then 30 seconds rest between sets. Adhere strictly to proper form described in FM 21-20. (3 sets minimum)
2) Flutter kicks 3 sets of 50 100 reps.
3) Hanging leg raises* 3 sets of 50 100 reps. Start with legs bent work towards legs straight.
4) Incline sit-ups* 3-4 sets of 30 to 50 progressing to with weight as strength improves.
5) Flat bench leg raises* 3-4 sets of 20 to 30.
*Exercise should be done very slowly to ensure a contraction is maintained throughout the repetition.

manowar669
10-11-2007, 06:46 AM
Crossfit (http://www.crossfit.com/)
End of story.


There's a workout of the day (WOD) on the main page. Just do it. Also, read the FAQ and "What is Crossfit" links before you ask a whole bunch of questions because just about all your questions can be found there, including substitutions for exercises that you can't do, either because of equipment or ability.
I've been lifting for 20 years. Last year I started crossfit. It rocks. You WILL be in awesome shape.

Bikkstah
10-11-2007, 06:27 PM
Heavy lifting in Artillery? =D

How to improve sit-ups? Squats and Deadlifts. How to improve push-ups? Bench press. How to improve run time? HIIT, Sprints, CrossFit and running.

My SU and PU's go up every APFT from the Big Three without doing ANY inbetween except for a timed 2 min. set here and there to gauge my performance.