History of Army School of Physical Training @ Sennelager

#4
musclebuster said:
Yeh, i know i work there presently, just trying 2 find out some history on the place, tried APTC Museum in Aldershot, very limited,
like most PTI's intelligence :)
 
#6
musclebuster said:
Educated helpful reply, obviuosly u r one of the many who doesn't frequent the gym, :twisted:

Meeooowwwwwwww
 
#7
musclebuster said:
Educated helpful reply, obviuosly u r one of the many who doesn't frequent the gym, :twisted:
With a username like that is it equally true that you find Janet and John books challenging?
 
#8
musclebuster said:
Educated helpful reply, obviuosly u r one of the many who doesn't frequent the gym, :twisted:
obviously u r 1 ov those mongs th@ nd 2 spk in txt spk.
 
#9
musclebuster said:
Educated helpful reply, obviuosly u r one of the many who doesn't frequent the gym, :twisted:
maybe he does, maybe he doesn't, it's impossible to tell from an online persona. but... generalisations are made and stereotypes are usually adhered to when a pti is around... gym queen with not much going for them in their chosen trade so they get their little crossed swords so they can shout at the junior people who are up for promotion before them and the senior people putting them there. it's the numbskull logic of the terminally muscular.
 
#11
Try the RRU in Hohne, they've got quite a bit of Corps History on their gym walls.
 
#12
I did a PTI course there in either 1957 or 1958. I still have the course

Group photograph with SSI Mc***, one of the fittest men I have ever

known. It was a great course and we had a lot of fun. The Bundeswehr

were just being reformed at the time and they could not believe the

amount of bull we had to do. Brassoed coal buckets and shovels,

bedpacks, highly bulled plimsols etc. All par for the Army in those days.
 

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