Best way to start getting into shape for the Air Force?
I'll keep this short, sweet, and to the point lol. I'm 20 years old(21 in April.) 5'7" 256 lbs (I want to get down to 150 lbs.) Job(s) I'm interested in: Contracting, Material Management, Paralegal Specialist and Engineering. I plan on enlisting for enough time to get my degree, 4-6 years. I know I've got a long way to go, but how should I get started?
Asked By: Guitarguy6 - 12/19/2012
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Start on 100 pushups and 100 situps along with Couch Potato to 5K. Maybe if you feel like spending the money, then look into p90x but that may be down the line after you're in shape a little bit more. Look up a guide to figure out how many pushups, situps, and how far you'll have to run in however amount of time is... More
Answered By: Kelly - 12/19/2012
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A lot of exercise, and eat less but healthy food.
Answered By: Kim E - 12/19/2012
You should definitely get started as soon as possible. (navy here) it's a lot of hard work, no matter what force you join. If you are not use to all of the exercise you should be preparing for it. It will strain your body to the limit. Try running a little everyday and going that much farther the next day and so on... More
Answered By: Natasha - 12/19/2012
Go Navy instead http://www.navy.com/careers.html... More
Answered By: Pirate - 12/19/2012
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