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3rd sqd PT plan

Tuesday 08 May 2012
Task: conduct upper body weight lifting at smiths gym
Conditions: given smiths gym and a squad of highly motivated soldiers.
Standards: every soldier will attempt to complete 10 reps of sm body weight on flat bench, lift 1/4 of body weight on decline bench and complete other sholder excersises.

Wednesday 09 May 2012
Task: Conduct sqd run to towers
Conditions: Given a cool morning and a pre determened route to the towers
Stardards: We will run to the towers at a 8 minute mile pace IOT improve cardio and leg muscle endurance. Everyone finishes toghter.

Thursday 09 May 2012
Sergeants Time Training

Friday 10 May 2012
DONSA

Monday 14 May 2012
DONSA

Tuesday 15 May 2012
Task: Conduct sqd run
Conditions: Given a warm Ft Benning morning and a pre determened route on the trail behind the Kelley Hill shopette
Standards: We will run 3.5 miles at a 9 minute mile pace varying throughout terrain change with 100% completion.

Wednesday 16 May 2012
Tasks: Conduct sqd circuit training
Conditions: Given a warm Ft Benning morning behind the company. Sqd will conduct 10x tire flips, air squats x20, push ups x 25, sit ups x 30
Standards: Five rounds no rest then once complete rest for 5-10 minutes then repeat

Thursday 17 May 2012
Sergeants Time Training

Friday 18 May 2012
Task Conduct sqd diagnostic APFT
Conditions: GIven warm Ft Benning morning and predetermed route around 2-69AR motor pool for 2 mile run and parking lot for PU and SU
Standard: Pass APFT with a minimum score of 180 (Army standard) shooting for a score of 270 sqd…...

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