There is a gal on NavyDEP.com who just got out of boot camp about 2 weeks ago, her user name is Allygater213, just send her a pm and she will tell you the complete scoop.
My son worked out with Navy Seals for three months before BC and he was more than physically ready.
Have you talked to your recruiter?
Like Craig mentioned.....look up the girl he mentioned and I know I've seen other young ladies post here about training.
Good luck to you....you'll do fine!!
Run (in boots if you have any) and swim!
My son was also not fit when he joined, and didn't have access to a gym, so he just did the following.
Ran for 20 minutes every other day. And each day, he could run farther in that 20 minutes. You can use hiking or work boots instead of combat boots, but Chris simply wore running shoes.
Do pushups until you can't anymore, then do "girlie" pushups (on your knees) until you can't do those anymore either. Twice a day. He doubled his push-ups in 10 days.
Do situps until you can't do them anymore. Twice a day.
Eat plenty of protein, to build/repair muscles. Also, make sure you eat a good breakfast and don't skip meals. Eat 4-6 small meals instead of 3 large ones. It is best to exercise about 2 hours after you eat. Never exercise if you have not eaten within the last 5 hours.
By the time he got to boot camp, it was far easier than he expected, and passed his PFT easily.
santiago - We have a big discussion right now at NavyDEP concerning deppers not being able to get in the Navy Knowledge Online website to take the ATT course before they go to boot camp. Alot of recruiter have know idea about this course, even though it's been a couple years since it was released. So what you need to do is show your recruiter this offical news release and say you want to take this course. You will be known as a "hot runner" by doing things that most deppers don't do, which is a good thing. Here is what was orginally posted:
Read this (the offical release):
"i do help my deppers set up and get started on nko when it works. A lot of the time nko will not let them set up a account to use because meps never set up their access so it make it hard. That is why most recruiters don't know anything about it "
What you need to do is read this, which shows you how to get a NKO account as a depper:
Please read this from the tutorial:
on page 13 you will read this:
All this info is posted at:
I hope this helps you....
The people at our local YMCA acted like they had never heard of such a thing. :(
Still checking on it... Keep getting the run-around...