Use with caution, uploaded by admin per post... Before Failure to Train website went down in late 2013 I copied down the 90 day pipeline prep by hand and have a copy of it.
Apparently all documents connected with this workout originates circa 2005 being written by a CCT Cadre at Keesler ATC school.
The workout relies on several presumptions concerning those doing this workout.
1. It appears to be a remedial training program for those not sustaining fitness after entering into the training pipeline.
2. It is presumed individual has a high level of fitness on day one than is required to enter and complete Basic Military Training.
3. It is presumed individual is 18 years of age and older. The adolescent human body is still growing and developing until into the early twenties. Thus the recommended activities may be beyond the capability of those younger than 18 years of age to safely do.
4. It is presumed individual is in sufficient medical health to participate in doing the workout schedule. At minimum this means individual has obtained a both MEPS and Flying Class III/SOD medical examination.
5. Fitness training objectives encountered in courses have changed since 2005 (much influences from when combined PJ and CCT Indoc existed from 1988 to 2000) and more importantly it is expected PAST, AFSOC fitness standards and etc. are to change by 1 January 2016.
The spreadsheet appears to be the actual worksheet (not pdf print out) of the Special Operations Recruiting Liaison workout. http://specialtactics.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/80/Special_Operations_Recruiter_L.html#Post80
The Special Operations Recruiting Liaison workout cover sheet info in part:
This program is intended to prepare candidates for the INTENSE physical demands of the PJ/CCT/SOWT training pipelines.It is a 26-week program created for candidates to attain a high state of physical readiness prior to entering active duty.
Do not attempt this workout without first being cleared by a physician. Many of these exercises are strenuous and may cause injury if you have existing medical conditions or you are not accustomed to exercising on a regular basis.
After being cleared by your physician, do not progress to a new week workout without having successfully completing the previous week workout. You may be putting yourself at risk of injury if you advance to the next workout without completing the previous workouts.