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You are here: Home HPRC Blog Army recruit goes from couch potato to Warfighter

Army recruit goes from couch potato to Warfighter

published: 10-14-2010 Journal entry icon

Runner's legs

The October 14 edition of the Recordnet.com (Stockton, CA) has an interesting piece showing how one army recruit (as well as a self-described former couch potato ) was able to loose 50 pounds in order to get ready to report for duty at Fort Benning, GA.

Read the full article here.