Royal Navy exercise
If you think your gym is small, spare a thought for the crew of HMS Turbulent which the Royal Navy use. The space for exercising onboard this nuclear submarine measures a meagre 4.9m³ – 1.81m (length) x 1.44m (width) x 1.88m (height) – roughly the same as your average transit van.
But just because the space is limited doesn’t mean your workout has to be. By using an EZ bar – a solid, ergonomically designed piece of kit – you can still shift a lot of weight in a small space. Kneeling instead of standing means you can perform overhead moves such as the military press without putting a hole in the roof – not advisable at 300m under the sea.
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The following workout was designed by Turbulent’s crew to keep them fit enough to pass the notorious Royal Navy Fitness Test.