Iâm currently scheduled to go on the initial 2 day RCB briefing, in the hope to move on and escape the depressing and joylous world of being a recent graduate. Being a soft, fluffy civi not too long out of Uni itâs safe to say I havenât come from an overly hard and demanding background, though Iâve tried my hand at martial arts and have done a couple of years with Exeter OTC. With being 23 and fast running out of options, I've decided to crack on. My Date is set for the 2nd/3rd of October, just over 6 weeks away which has driven me on to really get prepped in order to get through to the second stage. Iâve done my current affairs and everything else that I need to do, but I have major issue which has got me worried. And as youâve probably guessed, is fitness. Iâve been doing jogging now for a good couple of months, in order to get myself into some form of shape as I knew that I wanted to push forward and get myself in the forces. Iâve never been very athletic, but Iâve pushed myself to get into it and I thnk Iâm making some reasonable process. Iâm currently training primarily on a road, track route that covers about 3.2 miles which covers some steep inclines. Iâm covering this usually at about 34 minutes (pacing myself for the inclines) in order to build up my legs, although Iâm pushing myself in these next few weeks. The track is marked out below: http://www.mapmyrun.com/view_run.phpr=a918ac07ad91bcb420d84ed823623c10 Iâve also recently found a course that Iâve plotted for timed work, a mix of field and track-way which is just over 1.5 miles, which Iâve also managed to plot out on a map: http://www.mapmyrun.com/view_run.phpr=00456c0abb9a88b7a07d8b28698da6ee Iâm currently doing the 3.2 mile course on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sundays, with the 1.5 mile course being done each Tuesday and Sunday. As well as running Iâm currently working on my pressups and situps in order to meet the BFPA standards (from the word file on the main Army website). Again Iâve never been very athletic, but Iâm pushing myself to get myself to the right standard. Iâm currently doing 4 sets of 15 pressups with a rest period of 15, which is being dropped by 5 seconds each week in order to prepare myself. I am doing 20 situps over 3 sets with a 15 second rest period, with a drop to 10 seconds and a push to 4 sets as of late next week. Am I on track? Is there any advice anyone can give on what I can do to improve?