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RCAF Exercise Plans for Physical Fitness XBX 5BX

RCAF Exercise Plans for Physical Fitness XBX 5BX

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The 5BX (Five Basic Exercises) Plan is an exercise program developed for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) by Bill Orban in the late 1950s, first published in 1961. The plan was developed for men; a corresponding program was developed for women under the name XBX (Ten Basic Exercises).

"In 1961, tired and listless Canadians head home after work to plop down in front of the tube. Royal Canadian Air Force to the rescue! The RCAF has developed 5BX, a set of exercises sure to give the nation twice as much energy. For years, the RCAF has used the 11-minute-a-day regime to get into shape no matter what the locale. 5BX has six levels and combines a series of strenuous exercises like running, squatting and pushups.

Champion athletes use level six and housewives get an extra minute in level one. On CBC Radio, Wing Commander J.K. Tett says after two weeks you're bound to have a "pretty stiff workout.""

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The 5BX (Five Basic Exercises) Plan is an exercise program developed for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) by Bill Orban in the late 1950s, first published in 1961. The plan was developed for men; a corresponding program was developed for women under the name XBX (Ten Basic Exercises).

"In 1961, tired and listless Canadians head home after work to plop down in front of the tube. Royal Canadian Air Force to the rescue! The RCAF has developed 5BX, a set of exercises sure to give the nation twice as much energy. For years, the RCAF has used the 11-minute-a-day regime to get into shape no matter what the locale. 5BX has six levels and combines a series of strenuous exercises like running, squatting and pushups.

Champion athletes use level six and housewives get an extra minute in level one. On CBC Radio, Wing Commander J.K. Tett says after two weeks you're bound to have a "pretty stiff workout.""

For more information on this subject go to the following:
Integrated Close Combat Forum http://iccf.freeforums.org

Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode

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Published by: kilogulf59 on Mar 08, 2014
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