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Should Service members be bodybuilders?

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  • #61
    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.
    BIG CALVES MEAN EVERYTHING. . .

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    • #62
      Originally posted by va_new_guy View Post
      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.
      very old thread but you have to think more about what job you´re doing. If you´re an infantry soldier then powerlifting will not help you. Look at what the UK marines/Paras did a very long Tab/yomp for miles over extreme conditions & country. with a lot of kit & rations on your back in the Falklands. you can´t just always assume you will use a chopper to move in. This was the plan but it never worked out so it went to real fitness & balls.
      In the Navy you no doubt can use weights ..etc to keep fit on a larger ship aircraft carrier. Not the same as a soldier though.
      Look at the SAS training over the Brecon peaks. It´s for a reason.Having said all this seen some big beefy Seals.

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