...Learn some French in between chins ups, sit ups, squat thrusts and the rest of it: un, deux, trois and so forth and so on etc....ad nauseum....Voivod said:Follow this mate.
Run, pressups, run, chins, run, dips, run, situps, run, swim, run.
There will be loads of (proper) training advice on this site mate. Use the search facility. Whatever you do build it up slowly. Dont f*ck yourself up by getting injured. Make sure you are comfortable running and good at bodyweight exercises i.e pressups, chins, dips and sit ups etc.
Good luck mate.
HA EE..there are only 2 women here...........the others are girls.Eagle eye said:Commando84,
don't dream too much: do your level-headed best, prepare for the worse case scenario (rejection at Aubagne; disappointment in regiment) and be pleasantly surprised if you manage to clear the initial language/cultural/culimnary hurdles....
...I just had a brain wave, those 20 who have no plans of joining MUST BE WOMEN.....
There are allot of articles around on the net about ex legionnaires. There is one of a Swedish guy that came back from the Legion and ended up in therapy for years. There is also one about a dude that spend ten or fifteen years in the Legion, and after he left he slept with his fists closed and still thought it was a battle. It obviously depends on who you are, and what you have done in the Legion. The Anciens here does not seem to be mental freaks. That's my 2 cents.petermul4 said:does anyone know of guys who served and came back all messed up in the head ,or did it change you alot ...for the better or worse?