Marine Style Fitness
Workout routines, weight loss & fitness tips...Marine style!
Marine Style Fitness provides a great way to get in shape with workout routines that utilize the same principles as those found in the US Marine Corps. All of our workout routines & workout programs can be done at home with no expensive exercise equipment needed.
We focus on full body fitness, so whether you are looking to lose fat, build muscle or improve your endurance, we've got you covered. Get started on a workout routine today!
Why Marine Style Fitness?
If you are familiar with the Marine Corps, you know that the physical requirements are higher than any other branch of military. Marines must maintain a high physical fitness level and are required to meet specific fitness standards multiple times each year.
The Marine PFT (physical fitness test) is used to test the overall fitness level of the Marine and the CFT (combat fitness test) tests the combat readiness. These tests are performed twice per year so Marines must stay in top shape in order to perform well.
Beyond the requirements that each Marine must meet to stay in shape for these fitness tests, Marines also train as a group multiple times per week. Some units train as often as every morning depending on their schedule and other factors.
The training that is done usually consists of basic calisthenics, running, pull ups and crunches. Simple exercises but amazing results.
Our philosophy is just like that of the Marine Corps. We keep it simple so that it’s easier to stay on track and achieve greater results.
If you are serious about getting into great shape, the fitness training and advice you’ll find throughout our site is designed to help you achieve full body fitness.
No matter where you are at now, there is likely room for improvement and it’s probably easier than you think.
Simple & Effective Workouts
You’ll find that our workouts are simple and effective. We don’t utilize complicated training methods or crazy diets that are difficult to follow. Instead, we focus on common sense fitness and an overall healthy approach to living.
If you’d like to get started now, here are a few workouts that you may want to consider.
These workouts are made up of exercises that you are probably already aware of. They are simple to do but also very challenging.
View some of our other recent workouts below as well as our recent blog posts.
The Marine Corps knows that it is consistency that allows Marines to stay in great shape. Marines typically exercise daily and although the daily workouts are not as demanding as other hard core workouts you may find, the purpose of...
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Recent Blog Posts
Throughout my years as a fitness trainer and being a Marine, I’ve become a bit addicted to doing pull ups. This is an awesome exercise for the entire upper body and can help you achieve great results if you are...
Many people do not realize the importance of the foods they put into their mouths. In fact, most people simply go with the flow when deciding on what to eat and just settle for what everyone else is eating. Just...
If you are interested in losing belly fat, you are one of many. Fat is stored all over the body but the belly area is typically the area that is most troublesome for most people.
Workouts don't have to be intimidating or boring. In fact, the more fun your workout is, the more likely you are to stick with it. Here are a few ways to make sure you are having fun with your workout.