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How to Lose weight for military Service

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There is no greater honor than to serve your country by joining the military. So it is not peculiar to look for how to lose weight for military service if you have this in your mind.

In this post, I will just be summarizing how you can lose weight, but overall, I have written a comprehensive post, on how you can lose weight.

You should check it out, as I touched on most topics that make people overweight, then I give you a 30 days instruction, which when followed, with the help you lose 30 pounds in 30 days.

Starting Point

Extreme fitness is required during military service, and so your body needs to be in the best shape before you can be admitted for military training.

In fact, blood samples and tests are carried out on you, to ascertain your fitness levels, and if you fail, you are automatically rejected.

For this reason, it is imperative you are sound in the following areas:

  1. Health
  2. Fitness
  3. Mental Strength
  4. Luck.

Health

This is the most important part of your journey to lose weight for military service.

Diseases can hijack your body functions and might actually be causing you to gain weight.

Learn more about your health in this perfect health blueprint.

Fitness

Improving your fitness levels is a gradual process of dieting and exercising.

Your diet should contain more protein at the beginning of the program to ensure you are able to build more fat burning muscles in your body.

Also, your exercise regiment should be simple and depending on the resources available to you, you should incorporate the following workouts.

  1. Barbell squats
  2. Swimming
  3. Bench leg raises

Mental Strength

Without mental toughness, you can forget about joining the army.

Now many people will claim to be mentally, tough, but in the face of terror, they will poop their pants and run away.

Ideally, 95% of introverts are naturally gifted with mental strength, since they do all their talking in their minds.

As such, they have been exercising their minds for a long time, and are very tenacious.

70% of extroverts have a basic mind, and in the face of danger, they are the first to flee the scene, since they have not been exercising their minds by being introverts

The final category of people are the converted introverts, and sometimes the converted extroverts, which have overcome their fears.

These set of people go on to become legends in the battlefield since they are flexible and resourceful.

100 % of the time, they are always courageous, and the man to fall back to, in tough times.

If you must lie to anybody, don’t lie to yourself.

Excitement and courage are two different things, and so is thought and reality.

Overall, since we are now living in a peaceful time, anybody can join the army and do just fine, so I wouldn’t fret about it.

Luck

Luck has many definitions, but for me, it is being at the right place at the right time.

Having good luck will be the difference between life and death for you on the battlefield.

Luck can be the deciding factor in you narrowly escaping a landmine by just 1 centimeter and a fellow college being killed by the same landmine.

For this reason, it is imperative you are engaged in some sorts of religion, as it is known to give people more luck.

Lose weight for military Service

Like I said earlier when losing weight for military service should be a gradual process so that you to don’t expose yourself to damaging injuries.

You should give yourself about 1 year in advance to prepare your body so it can endure the rigorous training during service.

You must train your cardiovascular system through sprinting, flexibility through swimming and your endurance through jogging.

Intensity at the beginning should be low, and as your body adapts and gets stronger, then you increase intensity.

I have written a 30 days program to give you an idea of how the early stages of your workout should look like.

Although you have to keep on exercising well over the 30 days period.

Stop procrastinating and make now work for you.

Remember you are trying to be a soldier and it is one of the most difficult jobs out there.

But also, quite fulfilling (if there is no war), as the memory you gain there remain with you for life.

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Jonathan Aranki
Hey! I am Jonathan Aranki and I hold a B.Eng in petroleum engineering. I ventured into fitness, after noticing the fact that I had sold my body to get a degree. I am making changes, and want to help others too.

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