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Stew  Smith’s  Military Fitness Workout SeriesThe Twelve Week RECON Marine Prep WorkoutWaiver of LiabilityWhat you are about to undertake is an advanced fitness program. Injuries may occur inany workout program as with this specific program written by Stew Smith. Bydownloading the program, you are waiving any liability to Stew Smith This is a recommended program that has worked for many others. Itmay not be right for you. It is recommended that you consult a physician beforeundertaking any new fitness regimen.

Table of ContentsAbout the AuthorRECON IntroductionStretching ProgramExercises ExplainedWorkouts ExplainedThe Twelve Week WorkoutNutrition SectionPull-up assistance

Stew  Smith’s  Military  Fitness  SeriesAn S. Smith Publication / 2005Copyright 2006 by LLCRevision 2011No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic or mechanical, includingphotocopying, recording, or by any information storage andretrieval system, without permission in writing from thepublisher.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataStew Smith ISBN 978-0-9769320-7-5SSmith Publications LLC, P.O. Box 122, Severna Park, MD21146234567890

About the AuthorFormer Navy Lieutenant (SEAL) StewSmith graduated from the United StatesNaval Academy in 1991 and receivedorders to Basic UnderwaterDemolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training, (Class182). He has written workouts that preparefuture BUD/S students for SEAL Training toinclude "The Complete Guide to NavySEAL  Fitness”  and “Maximum  Fitness"and many other military special ops and lawenforcement programs.Stew Smith writes about fitness and acingphysical fitness tests and is the founder ofHeroes of Tomorrow Fitness – an online fitness resource forpeople seeking military or law enforcement / Fire fightingprofessions. Basically - anything that requires a fitness test toenter, has the answer.He is certified by the National Strength and ConditioningAssociation as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS)These books and downloadable manuals can take you frombeginner to a combat conditioned veteran. Let these workoutsassist you in becoming a better conditioned athlete. Thefollowing list is the published books he has written and thedownloadable manuals to his credit as well. All books andmanuals are fitness related and are simply written accounts ofhis experience as a trainer and his own athletic history.Stew  Smith’s  Published  Books /DVDsThe Complete Guide to Navy SEAL FitnessMaximum Fitness – The Complete Guide to Navy SEAL Cross-trainingThe SWAT WorkoutCommon Sense Self DefenseThe Special Operations WorkoutPrehab Fitness VideoThe Combat Swimmer Stroke DVDThe PFT Fitness Clinic DVD

General Fitness and Nutritional Guides for EveryoneThe Beginner / Intermediate Guide to FitnessReclaim Your Life - Erin O'neill Story (beginner / intermediate)Veterans Fitness - Baby Boomer and a Flat Stomach!Kids Workout - Ace the President Fitness Test / AwardThe Busy Executive Workout RoutineThe Advanced Weight Training / PT Guide (Part I / II)The Perfect Pushup BibleThe New Advanced Weights / PT / Cardio Plan - Winter PhaseAdvanced Maintenance / Recovery PlanThe Military Physical Fitness WorkoutsCombat Conditioning WorkoutNavy SEAL Workout Phase 1 Beginner Weeks 1-9Navy SEAL Workout Phase 2 - 3 - Intermediate Weeks 1-12Navy SEAL Workout Phase 4 Grinder PT - 4 weeks before Hell WeekNavy SWCC WorkoutThe Army Special Forces / Ranger WorkoutThe Army Air Assault School WorkoutThe Army Airborne WorkoutUSMC IST and PFTUSMC RECON WorkoutAir Force PJ / CCT WorkoutThe Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer WorkoutNavy, Air Force, and Coast Guard OCS WorkoutUSMC OCS / TBS WorkoutThe Service Academy Workout (West Point, Navy, Air Force Academy)The Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp Boot Camp WorkoutThe PFT Bible: Pushups, Sit-ups, 1.5 Mile RunThe Army OCS and PFT WorkoutThe Law Enforcement Physical Fitness WorkoutsThe FBI Academy WorkoutThe DEA WorkoutThe FLETC Workout - Ace the PEBThe PFT Bible: Pushups, Situps, 1.5 Mile RunThe Fire Fighter Workout

Stew  Smith’s  eBooks  are  sold  on  the  following And his published books can be found at local book retailersas well asThe – SOCOM Stew Smith (Email, mail)As part of the downloadable, you do have access to email me at anytimeand I will answer your questions as soon as possible. Below are thedifferent ways to contact me for any of the products and services atwww.stewsmith.comMail and email addresses:StewSmith.comPO Box 122Severna Park MD 21146Email - All rights reserved. Any part of this book may NOT be reproducedwithout the permission of the author. Any unauthorized transmissionelectronic or printed is prohibited.

RECON and MARSOC IntroductionIn the past few years as the United States has ramped up it battle againstterrorists worldwide, the Special Operations community has grown andmade changes to better prepare our Special Operators to do theirmission. The Marine Corps has also changed the way they do businesson the Special Ops side of the house. With the development of MARSOC– Marine Special Operations Command, the USMC has joined forces withUS SOCOM – the joint Special Operations Command and perform avariety of special operations missions around the world to include foreigninternal defense, unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, directaction and other missions.Here is the new breakdown to clear up any confusion with the changes inUSMC RECON and the new structure of MARSOC. RECON still exists!They have simply rearranged the Force RECON teams into MARSOC andthe Battalion RECON missions have been largely unchanged. Now thatMARSOC has been formed and manned, Force RECON is getting filledagain with new Marines, former MARSOC / Force Marines, and BattalionRECON Marines. Your USMC Spec Ops options are now MARSOC,Force RECON, and Battalion RECON.See the details at Camp  Pendleton’s  Basic  RECON  Course. But in anutshell, all future RECON students must attend BRC – BASIC RECONCOURSE. You can still do this as a new Marine but you must first qualifyafter Boot camp and School of Infantry (SOI). The link above will describethe standards that a RECON applicant must adhere to before joining theMarine Occupational Specialty 0321 (RECON Marine). RECONBattalions remained as part of the USMC Divisions and continue toperform missions for the deployed USMC commander. BRC is open toMarines and Navy Hospital Corpsman.MARSOC took both Force RECON Companies, which became the MSOB(Marine Special Operations Battalions). The West Coast MSOB islocated in Camp Pendleton, CA and the East Coast MSOB is in CampLejeune, NC. From the MARSOC Website, they state:MSOB is organized, trained and equipped to deploy for worldwidemissions as directed by MARSOC. It will consist of four Marine SpecialOperations Companies (MSOCs) and be task-organized with personneluniquely skilled in special equipment support, intelligence and fire-support.Each MSOC is commanded by a Marine Major and capable of deployingtask-organized expeditionary Special Operations Forces to conduct specialreconnaissance and direct action and missions in support of thegeographic combatant commanders.

The selection process to become MARSOC has changed significantlycompared to the replaced Force RECON training. Before each FORCERECON company did their own Indoctrination. Now all O-4 and belowpositions at MARSOC units have to go through a 3-week centralscreening that is overseen by MSOS Marine Special Operations School.It is pretty standard physical and tactical testing for Special OperationsCommunity under USSOCOM operational control.Here is a quote from a Marine LT who is considering attending MARSOCin his future. “MARSOC  likes  for  you  to  be  an  NCO  before  you  can  tryout,which means that you have to do about 3 years or two deploymentsbefore you can tryout. The tryout consists of a pool portion to see if youknow what you are doing in the water. Then you take a PFT and seebetween the two of those if you can go to the 3 week screener. They giveyou a packing list and do not tell you much more than that, you just go andhave  fun  for  3  weeks.  Similar  to  the  Army’s SFAS and BUD/S Indoc, whichscreens you prior to entering the MARSOC Training School is the goal ofthe screener. I think that it is more intimidating than anything else, as Ihear that it is physical but if you can run a 300 PFT you will do wellphysically, but you still need to be able to learn new operations andtactics.”MARSOC is quickly becoming more than FORCE RECON. There is aMSOAG Marine Special Operations Advisory Group that is two battalionsof advisor teams like the Army Special Forces ODAs (OperationalDetachment Alpha). Their main mission is FID and UW. The MARSOCcomponent staff has a broad range of officers with Recon or SOFexperience.(from MARSOC Website) The Marine Special Operations Advisor Groupprovides tailored military combat-skills training and advisor support foridentified foreign forces in order to enhance their tactical capabilities and toprepare the environment as directed by USSOCOM. Marines and Sailorsof the MSOAG train, advise and assist friendly host-nation forces -including naval and maritime military and paramilitary forces -- to enablethem  to  support  their  governments’  internal  security  and  stability,  tocounter subversion and to reduce the risk of violence from internal andexternal threats. MSOAG deployments are coordinated by MARSOC,through SOCOM, in accordance with engagement priorities within theGlobal War on Terrorism.A forward deployed Marine Officer said it best when commenting aboutthe MARSOC trained Marine,  “The  product  going  in  is  far  more advanced.It is still growing, but you cannot argue with results. They have done wellwhile deployed to Africa doing FID, and equally well in Afghanistan doingDA/SR.”

The Stretching ProgramIncreasing  one’s  flexibility  should  be  the  first  goal  beforestarting fitness / athletic activity. Increased flexibility has beenproven and debated to aid in blood circulation, prevention ofinjuries, increased speed, and range of motion. A 5-10 minutestretching program after your workout will help with sorenessespecially if you are doing a new exercise.Follow the stretching chart before and after your workout.Hold these stretches or do these movements for at least 15-20seconds each:Neck/Shoulder Stretch.Shoulder ShrugsArm/Shoulder StretchForearm StretchTricep/Lat Stretch (half moon)Chest / Bicep StretchStomach StretchLowerback StretchITB / HipHip flexor stretchHamstring StretchThigh Stretch - standing of laying on floorCalf StretchStretching and Warming Up and Cooling DownStretching is only part of cooling down. After working out, thebest way to reduce muscle fatigue and soreness is to performa light warm-up or cool-down and stretch. The warm-up andcool-down should consist of the following phases:Brief cardiovascular activity like biking, running or swimmingusually 5-10 minutes of this activity is a good warm-up or cooldown.

Static stretching: Hold these stretches for 15-20 seconds.Do not bounce when performing these stretches, but inhaledeeply for three seconds, hold for three seconds and fullyexhale. Do this twice per stretch. This will take you to the 1520 second time minimum for holding these stretches foroptimal results.Jumping jacks – This is a grinder PT favorite warm-upexercise. You will normally do 50-100 (4 Count) jumping jacksbefore anything. This sets the tone for the rest of the workout.Count loud and stay together as a class and you will enjoyyour workout much more and perhaps remain dry.Shoulder Shrugs - Rotate your shoulders slowly up anddown, keeping your arms relaxed by your side. Yourshoulders should rotate in small circles and move up anddown in slow distinct movements.Chest Stretch – Grab a vertical and stationary object withyour hand. Pull your body away from your arm in order to feelthe stretch of your chest and shoulder connection. Alsostretches your bicep.

Forearm Stretch – With your opposite hand pull backwardson your hand while keeping your arm straight and palmpointing in an upward direction. You will feel this stretch in theforearm and bicep / elbow connection.Arm / Shoulder Stretch - Drop your shoulder and pull yourarm across your chest. With the opposite arm, gently pull yourarm across your chest and hold for 15 seconds. Repeat withthe other arm.Triceps into Back Stretch - Place both arms over and behindyour head. Grab your right elbow with your left hand and pullyour elbow toward your opposite shoulder. Lean with the pull.Repeat with the other arm.

This stretch not only prepares you for the dumbbell tricepsexercises, pushups, and dips, but also prepares the backmuscles for pull-ups! This is a very important stretch for upperbody exercises and swimming.Stomach Stretch - Lie on your stomach. Push yourself up toyour elbows. Slowly lift your head and shoulders and look upat the sky or ceiling. Hold for 15 seconds and repeat twotimes.As you may know, the lower back is the most commonlyinjured area of the body. Many lower back problems stemfrom inactivity, lack of flexibility, and improper lifting of heavyobjects. Stretching and exercising your lower back will helpprevent some of those injuries.Thigh Stretch Standing - Standing, bend your knee and grabyour foot at the ankle. Pull your heel to your butt and pushyour hips forward. Squeeze your butt cheeks together keepyour knees close together. Hold for 10-15 seconds and repeatwith the other leg.( You can hold onto something for balance ifyou need to OR you can lie down on your hip and perform thisstretch.

Hamstring Stretch #1 - From the standing or sitting position,bend forward at the waist and touch your toes. Keep yourback straight and slightly bend your knees. You should feelthis stretching the back of your thighs.Hip flexor Stretch – Sit on your shins and knees. Do NOTrelax and sit your butt on your heel (bad for the knees). Leanback and lift your butt up – feel the stretch in your hip flexorsand upper thigh. This is an important hip stretch for swimmingwith fins and flutter-kicks.

Lower back Hamstring stretch #2 – Spread your legs whilestanding. Drop your chest down to your knees and place yourhands on the floor. Hold for 10 seconds, then try to straightenthe legs.Hurdler Stretch - Sit on the floor with your legs straight infront of you. Bend your right knee and place the bottom ofyour foot on the inside of your opposite thigh. With your backstraight, lean forward in order to stretch the back of your legsand your lower back. Hold the stretch for 15 seconds, switchlegs, and repeat.ITB Stretch - Sit on the ground with your legs crossed in frontof you. Keeping your legs crossed bring the top leg to yourchest and bend it at the knee so that your foot is placedoutside  of  your  opposite  leg’s  thigh.    Hold  your  knee  for  15seconds against your chest and repeat with the other leg.Note: Before and after running or rucking youshould perform this stretch. This will helpprevent very common overuse injuries in thehips and knees.

Calf Stretch / Soleus Stretch - Stand with one foot 2-3 feet infront of the other. With both feet pointing in the same directionas you are facing, put most of your body weight on your legthat is behind you - stretching the calf muscle.Now, bend the rear knee slightly. You should now feel thestretch in your heel. This stretch helps prevent Achillestendonitis, a severe injury that will sideline most people forabout 4-6 weeks.Descriptions of the PT exercisesRegular Push-ups - Lie on the ground with your handsplaced flat next to your chest. Your hands should be aboutshoulder width apart. Push yourself up by straightening yourarms and keeping your back stiff. Look forward as youperform this exercise. This exercise will build and firm yourshoulders, arms, and chest.

Wide Push-ups - From the same position as the previouspush-up, place your hands about six to twelve inches awayfrom your chest. Your hands should be greater than shoulderwidth apart. The slight change of the arm distance changesthe focus of what muscle are exercised. Now, you are buildingthe chest more than your arms and shoulders.Triceps Push-ups - From the same position as the regularpush-up, place your hands under your chest about 1-2 inchesaway from each other. Spread your legs in order to help withbalance. This exercise will concentrate more on the triceps ofthe arm than the chest.Dive bomber PushupsGet into the pike pushup position as in pic#1, lower yourself tothe position of pic#2 as if you were a plane dive bombing,straighten your arms in order to finish as in pic #3. Repeat inreverse order to get back to pic#1.Note – Pushups are a great punishment exercise. Severaldays in a row you will be required to perform pushups. This

goes against every physiology rule of good training, but that isthe nature of the beast in these types of military trainingenvironments. You will also be required to remain in theleaning rest for many minutes at a time. It is smart to shakeout your shoulders occasionally and stretch  after  a  long  “rest”.8 Count body builder pushupsPull-ups (regular grip) - Grab the pull-up bar with your handsplaced about shoulder width apart and your palms facing awayfrom you. Pull yourself upward until your chin is over the barand complete the exercise by slowly moving to the hangingposition.

Pull-ups (reverse grip) - Grab the pull-up bar with your handsplaced about 2-3 inches apart with your palms facing you. Pullyourself upward until your chin is over the bar and completethe exercise by slowly moving to the hanging position.Close grip-Grab the pull-up bar with your hands placed aboutan inch apart and your palms facing away from you. Pullyourself upward until your chin is over the bar and completethe exercise by slowly moving to the hanging position.

Wide grip - Grab the pull-up bar with your hands placed widerthan shoulder width apart and your palms facing away fromyou. Pull yourself upward until your chin is over the bar andcomplete the exercise by slowly moving to the hangingposition.Mountain climber grip- Grab the pull-up bar with your handsplaced about an inch apart and one palm facing away fromyou and the other facing you. Pull yourself upward until yourshoulder touches the bar. Repeat each side for a total of twopull-ups - one per shoulder.Pull-ups (negatives) - If you cannot do any pull-ups, youshould try "negatives". Negatives are half pull-ups. All youhave to do is get your chin over the bar by standing onsomething or having spotter push you over the bar. Then, youslowly lower yourself all the way down - let your arms hanggrasping the bar fully stretched. Keep your feet up and fightgravity for a count of 5 seconds.

Parallel Bar dips - Grab the bars with your hands and put allof your weight on your arms and shoulders. Do not do theseexercises with added weight, if you are a beginner, or if youhave had a previous shoulder injury. To complete theexercise, bring yourself down so your elbows form a 90degree angle (no less of an angle) and back to the upposition.

Lower body ExercisesSquats - Keep your feet shoulder width apart. Drop your buttback as though sitting in a chair. Concentrate on squeezingyour glutes in your upward motion. Keep your heels on theground and knee over your ankles. Your shins should bevertical at all times. Extend your buttocks backward. Do notkeep your buttocks over your feet and extend your knees overyour feet. Works the gluts, quads, and hams.The 1/2 squat - Intensify your squat by doing 1/2 squats.While in the full squat position, hold the pose and pushyourself up and down within  a  6”  range  of  motion.just  likeriding a horse.Frog hops or jumping squats – Squat down and explodeforward as far as you can. These are simply broad jumpsrepeated several times. You will see these exercise if you faila run and are visiting  the  “goon  squad”.

Walking Lunge - The lunge is a great leg exercise to developshape and flexibility. Keep your chest up high and yourstomach tight. Take a long step forward and drop your backknee toward the ground. Stand up on your forward leg,bringing your feet together and repeat with the other leg. Makesure your knee never extends past your foot. Keep your shinvertical in other words. Muscles used: quadriceps, hams, andgluteus.Stationary Lunge - Take a big stride forward. Bend bothknee as you lower yourself so your front thigh is near parallelto the floor. Lift yourself up so your knees are straight butyour feet have remained in the same position. If you have badknees either avoid the lunge exercise or only go half waydown.Jumping lunge – This is also another goon squad favorite ifyou fail a run. You start off in the lunge position with your leftleg forward and do a full lunge, then jump in the air and landwith your right leg forward and do a right legged lunge –repeat until the instructors get tired.

Heel Raise (with weights too)Hook one foot behind the other and raise up on your toes.Make  certain  you  use  a  full  range  of  motion.  It  won’t  take  longto make this burn. Muscles used gastrocnemius and soleus.(single leg heel raise)Bent Knee Heel Raise - Lift your heel off the floor, this timebend your knees slightly. This will isolate the soleus, which isresponsible for jumping higher and starting your sprints.(Calve Exercises)AbdominalsWhen you exercise your stomach muscles, make sure toexercise and stretch your back also. The stomach and lowerback muscles are opposing muscle groups and if one is muchstronger than the other, you can injure the weaker musclegroup easily.Advanced Crunch - (Legs up) - Keep your legs straight up inthe air for the advanced crunches. Cross your hands overyour chest and bring your elbows to your knees by flexing yourstomach. (Do not do if you have previous lower back injury –place feet on the floor)

Reverse Crunch - In the same position as the regular crunch,lift your knees and butt toward your elbows. Leave your headand upper body flat on the ground. Only move your legs andbutt. (Do not do if you have previous lower back injury)Double Crunch – Add the regular and reverse crunchtogether  in  one  motion You  will  feel  this  one  twice  as  fast

Right Elbow to Left Knee - Cross your left leg over your rightleg. Flex your stomach and twist to bring your right elbow toyour left knee.Left Elbow to Right Knee –Same as above just switch sides.Cross your right leg over your leg.Flex your stomach and twist tobring your left elbow to your rightknee.Bicycles – This is a mix between opposite elbow to kneecrunches with bicycling of your legs. Alternate from side toside for prescribed reps and do not let feet touch the floor.Lower back exercisesLower Back Exercise - Lie on your stomach with your armsextended over your head. Lift your right arm and your left legoff the ground at the same time and repeat for specifiednumber of repetitions. Switch arms/legs and repeat.Lower Back Exercise - Swimmers - Lie on your stomachand lift your feet and knees off the floor by flutter kickingrepeatedly as if you were swimming freestyle.

Upper back exercise #1 (Arm Haulers) - Lie on your bellywith your feet on the floor. Lift your chest slightly off the floorand wave your arms from your sides to over your head for 30seconds.Upper back exercise #2 - (reverse pushups) - Lie on yourstomach in the down pushup position. Lift your hands off thefloor instead of pushing the floor. This will strengthen yourupper back muscles that oppose the chest muscles. Reardeltoids and rhomboids are the muscles usedUpper back exercise #3 – (Birds) Lie on your stomach withyour arms spread to the height of your shoulders. Lift botharms  off  the  floor  until  your  shoulder  blades  “pinch”  and  placethem slowly in the down position. Repeat for 10-15 repetitionsmimicking a bird flying.

Neck exercise – Lie on your back and lift your head up anddown as if you were saying yes. Part two of this exercise is tobend your head left and right taking your ear toward yourshoulders. Do this slowly and do not go beyond the stretchpoint of your neck in any direction.Advanced Abdominal Exercises:Do not do if you are a beginner! These exercises are nothealthy for weak or injured backs. If you cannot do theswimmer exercises for 1:00 – do not attempt these exercises.Tips to reduce strain on the lower back: 1) Lift your buttoff the ground about an inch and place your handsunderneath your butt bone. Lay one hand on top of theother to get a higher lift of the butt, thus taking some ofthe strain off the lower back. Keep your knees straightand do these exercises at a full range of motion of yourhips (legs 6 inches of the floor to vertical)Sit-ups - Lie on your back with your arms crossed over yourchest, keeping your knees slightly bent. Raise your upperbody off the floor by contracting your abdominal muscles.Touch your elbows to your thighs and repeat.

Half Sit-ups – With your hands on your hips, lift your torso offthe ground higher than a crunch but not as high as a full situp.Your middle/lower back will be on the floor still at the upposition.Cross sit-ups – (or L/R Situps) Lie on your back with yourknees bent and feet flat on the floor. Raise your upper bodyoff the floor but add a slight twist and touch your left elbow toyour right knee and return your back to the floor. Alternateand touch your right elbow to your left knee and repeat thesequence.Flutter kicks - Place your hands under your hips. Lift yourlegs 6 inches off the floor and begin walking, raising each legapproximately 36 inches off the ground. Keep your legsstraight and moving. This is a four count exercise.

Leg levers - Lift your feet 6 inches off the floor. Raising bothlegs approximately 36 inches off the ground, keep your legsstraight and off the floor until specified number of repetitionsare complete.Scissors – Lay on your back. Lift your feet 6 inches off thefloor. Open and close both legs approximately 36 inchesapart, keep your legs straight and off the floor until specifiednumber of repetitions are complete.Atomic sit-ups - Lift your feet 6 inches off the floor as if youwere doing a leg lever. Pull your knees toward your chestwhile simultaneously lifting your upper body off the floor. Thisis a mix between the sit-up and the leg lever.

V-Ups – Lay flat on the ground with your legs up as in the leglever position. Bring your legs and upper body up together asif  you  were  forming  a  “v”  with  your  legs  and  torso.Hip Rolls – Lay flat on your back with your knees in the air asin the middle picture below. Keep your shoulders on the floor,rotate your hips and legs to the left and right as shown below.Donkey Kicks – In the all fours position, lift right leg as highas you can and bring the knee back to the floor. Repeat asrequired.(great for hip stretch and pelvic girdle development / finswimming)

Dirty Dogs –In the all fours position again, lift your right legfrom the hip as if you were a male animal relieving himself ona bush.(great for hip development and fin swimming)Bear Crawls – Walk like a bear on all fours. This gets toughafter a hundred yards.The Light Weight Shoulder WorkoutLATERAL RAISE - Over 5 pound dumbbells is not needed for thisexercise. Keep your knees slightly bent, shoulders back, and your chesthigh. Lift weights parallel to ground in a smooth controlled motion, keepyour palms facing the ground. Follow the next 6 exercises withoutstopping.

THUMBS UP - After performing 10 regular lateral raises, do 10 lateralraises with your thumbs up, touching your hips with your palms facingaway from you and raising your arms no higher than shoulder height.THUMBS DOWN - Continue with side lateral raises. As you lift your arms,keep your thumbs down. Repeat for 10 times, keeping your thumbs in thedown direction.FRONT RAISE (THUMBS UP) - Now, for 10 more repetitions, time to workyour front deltoids. Lift the dumbbells from your waist to shoulder heightkeeping your thumbs up.

CROSS OVERS - With your palms facing away from you and armsrelaxed in front of your hips, bring your arms up and over your head as ifyou were doing a jumping jack (without jumping). Cross your arms INFRONT of your head and bring them back to your hips for 10 repetitions.MILITARY PRESSPlace one foot ahead of the other as shown and knees slightly bent toreduce strain on your lower back. Exhale as you push the weights overyour head for 10 final repetitions in the shoulder workout. Slowly lowerthem to shoulder height and repeat. Muscles used are shoulders andtriceps (back of arm).PT Workouts ExplainedRest Day / StretchThese are days to relax and stretch. Your body needs rest from rigorousexercise. In fact, it is the only way you will grow and get stronger. Youshould exercise 5 to 6 times per week and rest 1- 2 days per week.The Pyramid Workouts:If you take a look at one of the pyramids, you will notice that it isnumbered on both sides. It goes from 1-5 on one side, with the number 6on the top, and then 5-1 on the other side. Each number represents a stepin the pyramid. Your goal is to climb the pyramid all the way up, and allthe way back down. So you can consider each step a "set" of yourworkout.At the bottom, you will find "pull-ups x 1, push-ups x 2, sit-ups x 3". Whatthis means is that at each "set" or step of the pyramid, you perform 1 pullup for every step you are on, 2 pushups for each step, and 3 situps foreach step.

You start at the bottom of the pyramid, at number one. For each set, youtimes that set number by 1 and that tells you how many pullups to do. Youmultiply it by 2 to get your pushups, and multiply by 3 for situps. So youkeep progressing until you get to the

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