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U. S. Army Ranger school diet -58 days to a leaner, meaner you

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Dennis Pendleton June 16th, 2011

Learn from the people who know weight loss and physical fitness best. Learn how to push your body beyond the limits of hunger. Learn how to dream about food every waking moment. Achieve the absolute lowest levels of body fat imaginable, then gain it all back and more in the first two weeks post-ranger school.

Unless you have served within certain branches and career fields within the military you have probably never heard of one of the Army's more low key operations. It certainly isn't classified, but with a few exceptions (the recent flack over the Army's decision to issue the black beret to all of it's troops) you don't hear much about it.

The unit I am speaking of is none other than the 75th Ranger Regiment otherwise known as the U.S. Army Rangers.

In order to closely simulate extended and rigorous combat conditions the Rangers have come up with the U.S. Army Ranger School. Here men are put through a variety of Ranger missions, such as "reconnaissance, raids, ambushes, and general disruption of enemy operations" in a variety of different environments - urban, mountainous, desert, and jungle to hone their leadership and combat skills.

Much like the space program has yielded many "spin off" technologies and benefits, there is one distinct and common effect of this training on all who spend any appreciable amount of time there. No one leaves Ranger School fat. I don't believe it has ever happened, nor ever will. So, for the first time ever we here at VDC are going to bring to you this secretive government formula which is guaranteed to leave you looking like Twiggy or Barney Fife in just a short 58 days.


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lois hampton July 29th, 2011

Hay Dennis can army wifes do this?Having a hard time get'in the 6pk.abs and buns of steel.( not kidding )Also I have A Q when you have the time about my son wanting to be a ranger.I don't know any rangers to talk to.He's 18 Yr's old. thanks

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