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joining 4para

#1
Hi all, first time user. I am joining 4para on there next recuit cardre in April , anybody else joining from the rossendale area for training on the hills. St.Helens gonna be my local unit thanks jonny g
 
#2
Also joining 4 Para in April. 12 Company Pudsey/Leeds. Anyone in the Huddersfield, Leeds, Barnsley, Wakefield area looking for someone to get some hill training in drop me a line.
 
#4
blobmeister said:
Use the Fu**ing search option...how many threads on this?
I don't know, maybe two, but I've never seen one asking for training partners in the Leeds area and the search option offers no joy. Am I missing something, or has it been a bad weekend in blobtown?
 

The_Duke

LE
Moderator
#6
oxy83 said:
Also joining 4 Para in April. 12 Company Pudsey/Leeds. Anyone in the Huddersfield, Leeds, Barnsley, Wakefield area looking for someone to get some hill training in drop me a line.
oxy83 and jonnyg,

On weekend one of the cadre you can ask everyone there where they live, and arrange training partners accordingly. It can certainly be helpful as you tend to push yourself harder when training with others.

Don't worry too much about it in the meantime, and concentrate on the basics of running, press ups and sit ups.

The PTIs will brief you on what you can expect, and how best to train for it once you start.

Duke
 
#7
The_Duke said:
oxy83 said:
Also joining 4 Para in April. 12 Company Pudsey/Leeds. Anyone in the Huddersfield, Leeds, Barnsley, Wakefield area looking for someone to get some hill training in drop me a line.
oxy83 and jonnyg,

On weekend one of the cadre you can ask everyone there where they live, and arrange training partners accordingly. It can certainly be helpful as you tend to push yourself harder when training with others.

Don't worry too much about it in the meantime, and concentrate on the basics of running, press ups and sit ups.

The PTIs will brief you on what you can expect, and how best to train for it once you start.

Duke
Cheers Duke. Sensible responses such as yours are much appreciated.
 

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