Even if you're 18 years old, single, live on base and pretty shit at life there are still things that will need to be taken care of while you're away on deployment, out field or on course. Regardless of your age and relationship status there will be tips in here that will help everyone out...
On the morning of your PFA it’s very likely that you are full of nerves! You’ll be excited, anxious, nervous and just keen to get there and get it over with. What are you going to have for breakfast? If you're confused about what to eat please read on...
Is it worth the long wait for some roles? Or should you just take whatever job comes up to get in ASAP. If you’ve applied for a job that has a long wait for an enlistment date then this could help you decide what to do...
Maintaining your fitness as an officer is imperative. You are going to be in a position of leadership and must set an example for your sailors. If your subordinates see you at PT and can see that you care about maintaining a high level of fitness then this will naturally earn you a higher level of respect. If you are heading off to NEOC and want to learn more about the PT you can expect then read on...
Maintaining your fitness as an officer is crucial. You are in a position of leadership and must set an example for your soldiers. If your subordinates see you at PT and can see that you care about maintaining a high level of fitness then this will naturally earn you a higher level of respect. If you are applying for RMC, please read on...
When we think of an upper body exercise that’s relevant to the military, I bet the first thing that comes to mind is Push ups!
For some, having a personal trainer serves as a way to keep accountability on your fitness and give you then occasional bump in the right direction. But for others, a personal trainer is the missing link between them either enlisting into the ADF or NOT enlisting in the ADF.
So you’re nervous. Great. So is everyone else! What’s important here is how we channel these nerves. It’s crucial to have some techniques stored in the back of your mind so that you can turn those nerves into something positive and not allow them to waste all your energy. If you'd like to learn some of these techniques then read on!
Doing a practice PFA is an excellent idea. It gives you the opportunity to gauge where things are at, see what you need to work on and allows you to redirect your training into that deficiency. You don’t need to do PFAs every week though, you don’t even need to do them every fortnight! Continue reading to find out why.
You're all organised for Assessment Day, you’ve got all your documents in order, picked a new outfit and have everything ready to go. However you’re still left wondering ‘is there anything else I should bring’? Here is a list of things you can bring to your Assessment Day that won’t be on the list. However these things will make your day run a little smoother.
Michael and Carly both have walked the path you are about to take and are commited to help you get started with your training for a successful enlistment with free tips and articles.