I am currently on tour in Bosnia and have, since I arrived, been working hard in the gym, concentrating mainly on my running. I did a BPFA on Saturday and managed 10 mins 49 secs. In the three years of PT that I have done in the Army so far, I have never achieved a BPFA in under 11 minutes, so I find it funny that a month of doing my own phys has taken over half a minute off of my last BPFA time! Anyway, getting to the point - whilst I have been here, I started out doing weekly fartlek sessions, a few fat burners and a few all out sessions on the treadmill each week. Then, after consultation with a PTI, I did 4 or 5 20-30 minute runs a week, at 70% my maximum heart rate along with two early morning circuits during the week and two weights circuits. I have trained every day since I've been here and despite what I'd like to think, I'm sure I won't be spending as much time in the gym as I have done here, mainly because the gym at camp is pants and I'll (hopefully!) have more of a social life back home. I still really want to keep my fitness up and keep reducing my mile and a half run time, instead of allowing it to creep back up to the eleven minute mark, but I'm pretty sure that two sessions a week PT aren't going to do this for me. I've really enjoyed the benefits of all the phys while I've been out here (and the not drinking has probably helped!) and would like to keep it up as much as possible and would like to know what and how much I need to do to sustain and improve on what I've achieved so far. Has anyone any ideas on a simple training programme I can stick to when I get back to the UK? Thanks for your help guys!