Morning PT in Coast Guard Boot Camp
NOTE: I strongly recommend you read the article on counting reps during the Coast Guard Boot Camp workout before reading this. Otherwise some of the terminology used on this page may confuse you.
The following is a list (and description) of the exercises that recruits do on an almost daily basis while in Cape May. In essence, it is what makes up the typical Coast Guard Boot Camp workout. The only parts that I don't cover here are running and swimming. You run often, but not every day, and swimming is done less often than running. For more on swimming you can read my article on swimming in Coast Guard Boot Camp. All the others are part of either regular physical training (PT) or incentive physical training (IT). As for how long each workout lasts, well that will all depend on which of your company commanders is leading the workout and what kind of mood they're in.
There you have it ladies and gentlemen. Those are the bread and butter exercises you will do almost every day of your 8 week stay at the Cape May Training Center. If you are planning on preparing on your own, these should be a staple in your workout regimen. If you plan on getting an 8 week custom fitness success program from me, you can plan on doing all of these as well.
I hope you found this lesson on Morning PT in Coast Guard Boot Camp informative. If you'd like, you can return to the Physical Preparation Page to check out some more FREE lessons on Coast Guard Boot Camp Training.
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