Bollocking Fat Soldiers

#1
Having been on rehab PT for 2 years, I am nearly ready to be upgraded. It hasn't been easy. However, during this time I have seen the same fat, young soldiers leaving the gym early or skiving in the smoking area. They have wasted a great opportunity to improve their fitness in Army time with the benefits of a late start after rehab and no other PT parades to attend.

So my question is, how do you give someone a dressing down for being obese?
 
#3
If you are of a higher rank than them why aint you gripped them? else just make it known to the QMSI. But be careful fella, they are on REHAB not REMEDIAL, maybe they are doing what their specific programme is telling them to do ie 15 mins work 5 rest for example.

Now if the munters were on REMEDIAL then grass away
 
#4
If the lads you're talking about are fat, point out to them that unless they intend to remain downgraded (DO they?), then one day they will be running BPFA's again. How would they feel if, at the start line, you handed them a medicine ball to carry round with them? Because that's what they're doing to themselves.
 
#6
Percussion_Cap said:
If the lads you're talking about are fat, point out to them that unless they intend to remain downgraded (DO they?), then one day they will be running BPFA's again. How would they feel if, at the start line, you handed them a medicine ball to carry round with them? Because that's what they're doing to themselves.
Yes, that would work. :roll:


Are you actually serving?
 
#7
The most disgusting creature I ever saw was a Lt Col at last years Rememberance Day parade. It was bloody awful. His gut was the size of Wiltshire!
 
#8
Enigma266 said:
The most disgusting creature I ever saw was a Lt Col at last years Rememberance Day parade. It was bloody awful. His gut was the size of Wiltshire!
FFS, I've told you a million times not to exaggerate.
 
#14
BIPOLAR77 said:
But be careful fella, they are on REHAB not REMEDIAL, maybe they are doing what their specific programme is telling them to do ie 15 mins work 5 rest for example.

Now if the munters were on REMEDIAL then grass away
I'm not on rehab or remedial, but it's common for both PT sessions to be held at the same time. So it's quite possible for him to be watching the remedial skivers cutting away earlier. It's quite common and I know a few guys on remedial who don't ever seem to be getting fitter.

I know of one particular porker who ran a 15 minute PFT and then a couple of weeks later was quite pleased that he'd knocked 2 minutes from his time (still 13 minutes). Unfortunately he didn't carry on this rate and went back up to 14-15 mins shortly afterwards.
 
#15
E-Layer said:
Don't do what I did when I was a staffy.

Had a Fat Crab in my Troop at 14 Sigs who, for the sake of persec, I will call 'Smichards'.

Conversation went....

'Smichards, you're not joining us on PT yet again??'

'No Staff' came the reply

'What's wrong with you then' I asked

'I have over-developed thighs' was his response

'Well' I said 'If you didn't have such an over-developed stomach, your thighs wouldn't have to work so hard would they you fat cunt!'

He reported me.
You just made me spill my coffee, funny as f cuk.
 
#16
I remember when Lt Col H Jones joined 2 Para many moons ago, first thing he did was to take the whole battalion (no exceptions) without prior notice on a 10 miler with full kit.
You should have seen the fatties panicing like fcuk running to the med centre trying to go sick
 
#17
My troop management before I left were typical in their attitudes towards anyone on Rehab ( not remedial ).This particular unit had an unusally high lot of lads carrying long term injuries that were basically dumped there from active Regiment's due to their long term rehab or inability to do normal work.

After an operation on a severe internal injury ( not that type of injury )I started rehab.The Rehab itself was the most impressive physical training I had ever done,and by the end of it my fitness was far beyond the level before being injured.

Rehab ran from 0800 to 1230 with a 30 minute Naafi Breather ( cheesy beans not a good idea ) mid-morning Monday to Friday,a lot of general fitness training like weights,cardio,boxing training,circut training,swimming ( lots of swimming ) and stretches.....then you went into your specific routine for your injuries,that had been worked out for you and constantly updated.

The management didnt like this ( as the lads said they really enjoyed the phys ),so they constantly interferred to get blokes off the rehab and back to work early....except we were so over-manned that you would go to work instead of rehab and sit in the TV room or office all day!

When PT came around,they wouldnt let you join because you might slow the troop run down....so they left you manning the office or you drove the biff wagon....basically you never did PT again,after the management stopped your rehab.

And yes there were some fat knackers who loved this little deal,but those that wanted to regain their fitness would get lumbered with them as " on the biff ".
 
#19
Womb_Poker said:
More cushion for the pushin in my opinion.
Is that because you're a fat cunt yourself?
 

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