As I participated in the morning exercises on the parade ground
The internal exercises on the parade ground, what could be better for a soldier. Everyone dreams about it and waiting for the lift to go on charging is complete nonsense.
The first rise in part and morning exercises were dizzying for me, I mean, I felt dizzy.
“Wakey”. he heard the command. Soldiers photoscasual from their beds, began to throw blankets and get dresed.
The Rota is based on morning exercises ” – followed by another team. The soldiers quickly stood up in a system on the form of two without shirts.
“Nala, on the parade ground run March” – from now on we won’t stop until charging is complete .
Ran out and lined up on the parade ground in our division immediately began to do the exercises provided by the program, exercising and listening to fun music. It was my first charge . I’m not used to stres and a lot of what is not known, but firmly decided for myself to do the exercises at 100% quality – this was my main mistake.
Who was that, who was not the one going. Morning exercises were held in a very fast pace – feet shoulder width apart jerks hands, circular rotation of the arms, torso twists, tilts, squats, etc. After a warm up set of exercises, went strength exercises – pushups, squats, pushups again, jumping jamb (or catch butterflies, then, in the rest position pojelanie legs under himself, etc. Doing the exercises, I tried to do everything efficiently with maximum load on the body. During strength exercises and I felt the first symptoms of fatigue.
This was followed by a run. All this happened quickly, you don’t have time to catch your breath from one exercise, we can always do more. We ran in the subdivision of two kilometers around the parade ground and ran to the location of the company to make the bed. Here is what I swam. I felt dizzy, my eyes start to thicken. Well, the young body is recovering quickly, about three minutes he sat on the chair and everything went. Next morning exercise for me was much better — are used to.
Lastly, I would advise recruits to be more careful, first, to look around and get used to the new situation and then not only exercise but also the entire service will go easy.