Since we’re planning to run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday I think it’s best to use today as a rest day. If you want to go to the gym and lift weights, that’s fine (just don’t overdo it on the legs).
The unofficial Special Forces motto "nous defions" means "we defy".
On May of 1946, the Air Force stands up Para-Rescue Jumpers, known today as PJs.
It is time for our Sunday morning Rucksack march. Do a quick warmup of pushups and sit-ups before heading out for an 8-mile rucksack march. Head out over varied terrain and try to go as fast as you can without running. The standard is 120 minutes. Aim to lower that Stretch well both before and after the event. Remember to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated out there. Especially now with the summer weather now enveloping most of the country. Training: Warm up 2 x 20 Pushups 2 x 20 Sit-ups 8-mile Rucksack march over varied terrain with a 45-pound minimum in 120 minutes (2 hours) or less. And mark your times in your workout log book. Stretch well after completion