More questions for you here chaps I've got two really, so I'll divide this up into two sections. First of all: Knee strength. I basically want to strengthen my knees and surrounding area as much as possible, in preparation for all the running I'll be doing. I do a fair amount already, and basically want to be as well prepared as possible for the trials to come. Are there any exercises I can do to improve their strength? Secondly: Agility. On AOSB briefing, I was told that I need to improve my agility. Admittedly I wasn't that fit when I took it, so after the bleep test I wasn't in the best shape to go jumping over walls. I've lost a decent amount of weight in the meantime, and am fitter. I've also been working on my upper body strength, the better to throw my bodyweight around with. But how else can I improve my agility? Personally I'd like the opportunity to be caned around an army assault course, but I don't think that'll happen. It's practising the techniques as much as anything else that I think will help. Similarly, I don't think my neighbours will appreciate me jumping over their fences, which aren't 8ft anyway! What do you reckon are the odds of the TA or someone giving me a hand? Far fetched I know, but hey, don't ask and you won't receive! If that's out of the window, any other suggestions? As always, thanks for all advice given!