Hey! I'm Ryan Haake, and today we are going to discuss how to physically prepare for military training. So, going in the military, obviously boot camp's going to be brutal, and it's all about body weight: Push-ups, pull-ups, burpees, and as you get stronger, throw on that weight vest. An exercise you're going to see plenty of in military training are push-ups. Now, these are military push-ups, so this is when your elbows are close to your side, dropping straight down into it, arms close to the side. A lot of tricep involved, a lot of back involved too, but really squeezing through that chest. Another exercise, burpee, which again incorporates those push-ups, although this is going to be dropping to the ground, throwing in that push-up, springing back to your hands, jumping, hands to the sky. Plenty of those. Another one, pull-ups. All about pull-ups, whether it's a chin-up, wide grip, have them all on lock. Now, as you're getting stronger, your body weight's going to get a lot easier to do. Make it more difficult for you -- throw a weight vest on. This is going to help simulate actually having your gear on. And, this goes for running as well. Start running miles, do it just with body weight. As you get stronger, throw the weight vest on, again, simulating the gear. Take it to the mountains, go on some trail runs, all that stuff. Everything with body weight in mind. That's your military physical training.