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Use these methods proven by the Royal Marines to improve your health, fitness, and well-being.

Fitness is the ability to perform a certain task. For the Royal Marines, that was the ability to carry your injured oppo (plus your and his kit) into safe ground. The ability to march 30 miles across Dartmoor. The ability to control and maneuver your own body weight up ropes, over walls, through tunnels. It sounds hideous; however, for me, this should be standard across the entire population.

Granted, not everyone has access to the equipment that the military have in their armory, but it isn’t needed. The worst thrashings of my life have all been on exercise with a just a hill to play with.

Today, I can reflect on my experiences in university and couple it together with my time in the military to form a bulletproof, foolproof method to stay fit, healthy, and robust, physically and mentally.

Here is a preview of what you will learn:

  • Military mindset
  • Training
  • Nutrition
  • Example programs
©2017 James Latham (P)2018 James Latham

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Too short. 50%of it was describing exercises.

Not what I was expecting. What there was of it was funny, the other half was waste of time for audio listeners. The book obviously has charts and or diagrams. Descriptions of exercises on audio is pointless

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