They were ill, especially straight out of training, it didnt exempt them any exercise and they were banned from sport/AT. Miraculously the majority got better. The other troops just let the biffs do what they liked wondered why people rarely got better.Whoop de do Basil. None of that says shag all about you though does it? no one was ill. Was that down to you then was it? And as a result of no one being ill, and the Regiment, not Stacker1, implementing a PT regime, the non biffs got fit through their own hard work, and yet you want a pat on the back for it in typical RLC senior fashion. Yeah, my blokes arent biffs and they are all fit, and its all down to ME! Please Sir, look what I did sir...... Faaak off.
I used to take the lads out running when we had **** all to do until the PTI got a sad on. I used to go on remedial and assign pacemakers to those whose struggled.
Its not hard to lead is it? Well actually clearly it is because some people struggle to do the basics to ensure they have good soldiers.