I AM AT WEEK 9 AND HAVE NO CLUE WHERE TO GO FROM THIS PROGRAM. AT THIS POINT, I FEEL I CAN STAY ON THIS PROGRAM AWHILE LONGER BECAUSE OF THE STRENGTH I AM AT RIGHT NOW BUT THIS MIGHT CHANGE IN 3 WEEKS AND POSSIBLY CHANGE IT UP. CAN I CONTINUE WITH THIS PROGRAM 8 WEEKS AFTER COMPLETION? IS THERE ANOTHER PROGRAM I CAN FOLLOW AFTER COMPLETING THIS ONE? AFTER I HAVE COMPLETED THIS PROGRAM AM I STILL AT THE BEGINNER LEVEL OR INTERMEDIATE LEVEL? I HAVE NO PARTNER AND AM IN THIS ALONE SO IF SOMEONE CAN DIRECT ME INTO THE RIGHT WAY THAT WOULD BE GREAT :)
3. Add More Exercises to the Circuits: Make the most of your two trips to the gym each week by adding exercises that target your weaknesses. The above examples fulfill the requirement of a total body workout: upper body pull, upper body push, and a squat or deadlift or lunge variation. But if you have the time, add more exercises to the circuit. When a client is limited to two workouts per week, I’ll typically perform a circuit of five exercises. The two extra exercises don’t have to be compound moves: you might want to add a calf or abdominal or arm exercise.
[W]e didn't realize or appreciate the fact that the discipline we were learning in responding to orders under stress often would mean the difference later in combat—between success or failure, even living or dying ... By the end of eight grueling weeks, it had become apparent that Corporal Doherty and the other DIs had done their jobs well. We were hard physically, had developed endurance, and had learned our lessons. Perhaps more important, we were tough mentally. One of our assistant drill instructors even allowed himself to mumble that we might become Marines after all.