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Thread: Should Service members be bodybuilders?

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    I'm active army and a bodybuilder? What is the big deal?


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    Well i am ex British army and running was more important. We had a couple of guys who did weights and i remember one struggled on the running. The job requires more stamina and getting your arse over an assault course is not like heavy Deads. As long as the Bodybuilder/soldier keeps his cardio up then itīs ok. The Basic fitness everyone should pass.

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    and why not there's plenty that do it and a few pro's too

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    David Henry airforce..Cedric McMillian Army

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    Everyone in the military has a hobby, and sometimes that hobby inhibits one's ability to perform a PFT. Some people just sit back and game, others party too hard, but they should be allowed to do it just as someone should be allowed to bodybuild.
    Why are you wearing that stupid bunny suit?

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    bigger the better! Always!! so many fat asses in all branches that don't come close to passing the PRT. They just smoke cigs and eat doughnuts. Better to be solid muscle and not pass it than skinny and weak and not pass or fat and not pass haha Im in the navy and the majority of people look like they haven't worked out a day in their life. Id rather be like a 280lb freak and not pass the PRT than a skinny cross-fitter that passes it with flying colors haha

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    because the navy isn't physically demanding in any way unless your spec ops. So big or small or weak or strong, you will perform the same while working like most other civilian office jobs or construction jobs.

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    Thank you for your service FlexxTitus!

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    Active duty Navy for the last 19 years. I have competed in both bodybuilding and powerlifting. I see nothing wrong with it. We all have a life outside of the military.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pappa0901 View Post
    David Henry airforce..Cedric McMillian Army
    I'd love to see McMillan do a 2 mile run in the allotted time. And you know he has a "no running profile". Because he's special. POG.
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