Remember to bring your mat - doing the Army's PT test on concrete is not fun.
Don't wear a Lucky (Jeans) T-Shirt. The trainer heckled me for most of that day by calling me "Lucky" everywhere I went.
My weekend eating habits are not helping, and I'm shocked. Peep this health-conscious menu:
*Before the start of week two: A 3-course Sunday brunch at Fearing's.
*Last weekend: La Duni for dinner on Friday (with Cuatro Leches cake for dessert, of course), Chip's on Saturday (my last meal there - soon to be RIP), and Sunday dinner consisting of a killer CFS.
Seriously though, this has been a great experience so far. You can learn a lot about yourself when you have to do dozens of sprints and mile-plus runs combined with other intense exercise. Pushing yourself brings you clarity in other phases of your life, and you can't put a price tag on that.