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P Coy training

#1
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
 
#2
ONEptsJOE said:
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
You are Mike Golden and I claim my £10 nobber
 
#3
ONEptsJOE said:
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
nice one, what were you gettin for your 10 miler??
 
#5
Hey,

I'm hoping to do the TA P-Coy in 8/10 weeks can you give me any tips on training or an example training schedule that you used. Any speicific advice on how to pass would be good?

(I know what I'm asking is pretty general I'm just trying to glean advice/info from all sources)

I've posts in the Health and Fitness section as well as the TA forum if you want to know more about what I'm trying to achieve.

And congrats on passing!

-PAN
 

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#6
Panoptes said:
Hey,

I'm hoping to do the TA P-Coy in 8/10 weeks can you give me any tips on training or an example training schedule that you used. Any speicific advice on how to pass would be good?

(I know what I'm asking is pretty general I'm just trying to glean advice/info from all sources)

I've posts in the Health and Fitness section as well as the TA forum if you want to know more about what I'm trying to achieve.

And congrats on passing!

-PAN
Pan,

I doubt there is anyone on Arrse who has not yet read about the fact that you are doing Airborne Student in a few weeks. How about you stop boring everyone else to death with it and follow the advice you have been given so many times already?

Still typing instead of running? I can see your future.....

Panoptes
Sir!

Fail
Sir!
 
#7
Panoptes said:
Hey,

I'm hoping to do the TA P-Coy in 8/10 weeks can you give me any tips on training or an example training schedule that you used. Any speicific advice on how to pass would be good?

(I know what I'm asking is pretty general I'm just trying to glean advice/info from all sources)

I've posts in the Health and Fitness section as well as the TA forum if you want to know more about what I'm trying to achieve.

And congrats on passing!

-PAN
Hear's a tip - follow the 10 week training programme issued with the joining instructions for the exercise you've already posted questions about on a different thread. That's been designed by professionals for exactly the timeframe you're talking about.
 
#8
The_Duke said:
Panoptes said:
Hey,

I'm hoping to do the TA P-Coy in 8/10 weeks can you give me any tips on training or an example training schedule that you used. Any speicific advice on how to pass would be good?

(I know what I'm asking is pretty general I'm just trying to glean advice/info from all sources)

I've posts in the Health and Fitness section as well as the TA forum if you want to know more about what I'm trying to achieve.

And congrats on passing!

-PAN
Pan,

I doubt there is anyone on Arrse who has not yet read about the fact that you are doing Airborne Student in a few weeks. How about you stop boring everyone else to death with it and follow the advice you have been given so many times already?

Still typing instead of running? I can see your future.....

Panoptes
Sir!

Fail
Sir!
This is probably one of the best ever P company related answers ever! :D
 
#10
ONEptsJOE said:
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
Did you do p-coy as a para reg recruit or do the all-arms course?
 
#13
Suedehead said:
ONEptsJOE said:
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
Did you do p-coy as a para reg recruit or do the all-arms course?
Hes done neither as the last P Coy test week was done before Xmas.
 
#14
Sandy_The_Guvnor said:
Suedehead said:
ONEptsJOE said:
Just passed P Coy, so anyone got an questions feel free to ask them here. Feels great to have finished, feel hard as nails and now can put all you hats in yer place :D
Did you do p-coy as a para reg recruit or do the all-arms course?
Hes done neither as the last P Coy test week was done before Xmas.
thanks sandy, you never did come back with your 10 mile time joe :roll:
 
#19
jack-daniels said:
I passed in 1983, if anyone has any questions about doing it in DMS boots and puttees feel free to ask!
I passed in 1979, my platoon commander was Johnny Frost and the parachutes still had "built by the Montgolfier Bros." stamped on them...try doing the trainasium in powedered wig, spats and red-coat.
 

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