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[QUOTE="CBL27, post: 566025, member: 10874"] Yes, Sir. My recruiter is keeping me up to date on required knowledge. To answer your question, I am 6’3” and 197.6 pounds (per the MEPS doctors). I don’t think I’d be considered overweight. I played five sports in high school (that was three+ years ago now, though) and was on my college club lacrosse team (taking this semester off of it to focus on six classes, pre-requisite knowledge for P.I., and Marine-style PT). I’m not used to the heavy calisthenics (especially pull-ups) and mile+ runs that the Marines do for PT. My recruiters have assured me they will have me where I need to be in six months if I keep coming to the weekly PT sessions (Tu/Thu). I will be PT-ing on my own as well, as a 300+ is my goal. I am 21, so my max pull-ups and crunches would be 23 and 110 in two minutes for a perfect 200 on those events. Like I said, I have a lot of work to do. Thank you for you response and knowledge, sir. [/QUOTE]
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