After a swim day, it is back to a heavy day of UBRR preparation with pushups, sit-ups, crunches, and a longer ruck march. Keep a PT prep log of your times on your runs and rucks and you should be noticing a decrease in the times as we forge ahead.
Don’t forget your stretching and this is a great time to begin breaking in a second pair of boots. If anything happens to your best pair or they get wet when in Selection, (and they will), having a good broken in second pair is very important.
More Preparation for the UBRR:
100 x pushups (no time limit)
100 x sit ups (no time limit)
100 x crunches
3 x 20 dips or until muscle failure
25 x V-ups
6-mile rucksack march (45-pound minimum) over varied terrain, note your time
Stretch well after completion
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