Winter is coming...
1. No, in fact I am quite dissatisfied with my current level of fitness.2. (a) It's very ad-hoc, due to a job that requires 120+ days a year of travel, so I exercise with whatever the hotel gym has to offer, (b) it makes for very inconsistent workouts, so not satisfied.3. I have a local gym membership that I take advantage of as time/travel permits. I try to stay as consistent as possible when on the road. I am working with my employer to spread the travel to other workers (I account for most travel right now).
1. Never happy there is always room for improvement. 2. Cardio is now at 150 miles a month minimum. Pushups and situps 100 each per day. Not happy with it.3. Changes I am making: adding more pushups, more miles, more situps.Basics work, all the fancy stuff gets people worn out and unmotivated.
I am glad that you added this post. It amazes me that so many of the videos and pics posted my preppers have the same body type...aka...round. They discuss tactics and all fancy equipment, and yet if SHTF it seems most would barely be able to run a mile. Sadly, this seems epidemic. I recently joined the National Guard, and I am one of the most fit. I am older than most of the individuals, 28, and yet I can smoke most of these kids in the prime of their life. (6:20 mile, 59 pushups in 60 secs and 40 situps in 60 secs). Personally I am at the worst shape in my life, but it is amazing how some of the new recruits are struggling to do 20 pushups in 60 secs. I think the biggest prepping piece of advice is to get in shape, before buying and sort of equipment. Once again I am glad that you have mentioned fitness in several posts, because it is the least mentioned preparedness advise.
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