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I have less than a month before shipping to BCT, and am trying to improve upon my run. I was going to try to pick up a CD of military running cadences at the local Army-Navy surplus store, if they have one. Alternately, I was wondering if anyone knew any sites online where such songs in mp3 or another format could be found? Thanks...
 
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Hmm, I've been doing some searching since posting that first message, and haven't found many running cadences available online. There are a few websites, but I'm not sure about the legality of the downloads.

If anyone else is interested in acquiring cadence mp3s, emusic.com offers Army Ranger running cadences in mp3 format, along with cadences from other military branches. Right now they have a promotion where you can try out the service with 40 or 50 free mp3 downloads without having to commit. Not a bad deal...
 
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Too many projects, too little time.

Some day I plan to record cadence and provide it free to everyone. Who has recording equipment on this board? Anybody?


This is a ten level task
 
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I found this using a google search?

[URL=http://www.goarmy.com/life/basic/army_cadence_jukebox.html


"life is like a toliet bowl, sometimes you get s#!ted on"
 
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Thanks, the radio interface is cute.

I ended up downloading cadences from emusic.com from the Army Infantry, Rangers, Special Forces, Navy, Marines, and Air Force... an interesting mix.

This morning I ran along with the cadences for the first time, and WOW what a difference it made. I actually had to stop myself after awhile because I knew my body probably wasn't ready to continue running any longer, but I certainly wanted to keep going because of the cadences. Great stuff.
 
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Well I can tell you you wont need them cadences to run better. They'll run the crap out of you, till you cant run anymore. Then they'll make you run some more. Just remember one thing while your in basic. Just because you hit muscle failure dosnt mean your done. They'll keep working you, and then gradually you'll become accustomed to it and get used to it. Then wah lah you'll be one strong motivated soldier.


Sucks we never did running cadences. The only time we actually ran was during pt and when we where at running around the barracks. During our Bravo 500.


PFC Mjolsness
D Co 2-136th CAB,
34th Infantry Division,
Minnesota National Guard

On the evening of the seventh day the Lord looked over His creation and saw that it was good. He said, Let there be a breed of great warriors to protect the people from evil. They shall ride beasts of iron and steel and speak with breaths of fire and destruction. They shall be feared by all that is evil. The people shall call these warriors who are masters of their beasts

Tankers
 
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You can find cadences on P2P programs


C130 Rollin' down the strip
What a joke, my tank won't fit
 
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My personal fav cadence is one mile no sweat from www.goarmy.com there is a cadence jukebox i can't remember my other favorites on there but there is a few
 
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1,2,3,4 hey is my favorite to run to.It really helps me.
 
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I like "hard work" and "c-130"


"and yet it happens"
 
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i haven't heard of that one before.That last one sounds interesting.
 
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favorite cadence
when that left foot hits the ground all i want to here is that what sound

what
let's get this started

what
before we get retarded

what
that gin and juice ...

You all can probaly guess where it goes from there. It was a riot hearing that one during rare PT sessions around Z lake on Camp Liberty.
 
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