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Gym Bag: $36.00
Hand Feet Coordination: Priceless
Helpppp. I’ve fallen down and can’t get up.
WELL CHIEF DID SAY “NO PAIN NO GAIN!
Leading from the front in fitness standards is not always the best policy.
ATTENTION ALL HANDS, STAND BY WHILE THE SHIP TAKES HEAVY ROLLS!
WEAR TESTING THE NEW NAVY PT UNIFORM REALLY HAS IT’S UPS AND DOWNS.
No machine known to man is “Sailor Proof”.
NO I WON’T LET YOU, PLEASE DON’T TAKE IT AWAY–OUR RELATIONSHIP IS MOVING UP TO THE NEXT STEP!
IT LOOKED SO MUCH SMALLER ON TV. …HOW DO I GET IT BACK INTO THE BAG?
Seaman Jenkins finds out that gravity is not just a good idea, it’s a law.
So begins the Navy’s next big training initiative; ORM for PT on a CVN in preparation for the PFA.
They did say, “Don’t try this at home”.
OK, who left the banana peel on my machine?
Who said, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks”?
I wonder if this is what my wife meant when she said, “a little exercise won’t kill you”!
Ok, I think he said just put my left foot here to start it.
Low crawl, valve shutdown practice
Leadership by example at its best.
SENIOR NAVY OFFICIALS REPORTED THAT SAILORS ARE LITERALLY FALLING INTO A ROUTINE AT GYM’S THROUGHOUT THE FLEET THIS YEAR.
You have got to see the photo in Navy Times of the CO who slipped up and lost control of his command!
The chief was attempting to use his head, it just didn’t work out quite like he had planned.
Junior officers and machinery?? You decide.
The thigh bone is connected to the ankle bone; the ankle bone is connected to the spinning wheel, the knee bone is connected to the petal. The head bone is stuck through the hand supports.
Note to self: Set up exercise machines fore and aft, not athwartships…..
MM3(SS) Jones decided that it was unwise to work out during “angles and dangles”.
These supplemental electrical generation stations sources can get to be a pain.
ONE SMALL STEP FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS.
WHILE STRADDLING AN ELLIPTICAL TRAINER, A NAVY SEAL DEMONSTRATES THE DEADLY ONE ARM TAKEDOWN.
Reason 114 why you NEVER leave an Ensign alone around moving machinery!
I KNOW the translated elliptical calories burned is much easier than the PRT run!
CHENG makes a mental note that the valve is not properly color coded and the flow direction is not stenciled.
ENS Murphy demonstrates the downside of being “stuck in an exercise routine”
[ABANDON SHIP! ABANDON SHIP! All hands muster … submit muster reports to the bridge!]…Oh great, more bridge wing counseling. I hate being the guy who verifies the muster reports on the bridge!
This is what happens when you close your eyes, think your Tony LIittle, and starting singing “I’m a Maniac! Maniac!”
Should’a listened and stuck with the treadmill.
(Yes, art imitates life. Thanks for the painful reminder Jeff.)
The girls make this look so easy…I’m going back to cross fit
ENS Murphy worked all day developing his coordination skills in preparation for his duties as “little red knob turner”…..
Sir, after a thorough inspection of your exercise equipment, I have diagnosed that the problem is…….you forgot to install a seat;……..Sir! I can order that for you and it will be in about 3 weeks from now!
(Memoirs of a demoted Seaman)
Looks like Chief has come up with his own verison of “Sweatin’ to the Oldies”