This is the most frequently asked question and that’s why I thought to open a discussion topic on the blog. Before you leave a comment, please read this previous post where I described the three sport tests.
Here you can:
- Share your grievances/ideas about sports, trainings, workouts
- Ask anything you want to know about the physical tests
- Gather any tips from other users
I’m going to try to answer all of your questions under this topic so I hope that this will spare me some time on answering e-mails and allow me to concentrate on the stories. My goal would be that in a few months anyone who is interested in the French Foreign Legion will find the answer on this page for his questions about sports.
I’m gonna copy the best comments and the most useful links in this article, so it will make easier for everyone to find the Holy Grail.
A useful video to train for the Luc Leger test
I tried this morning the Luc Leger and it’s not evident at all, so I recommend to everyone to train seriously for this test. The only thing you need to realize this test is 30 meters free place where you mesure a distance of 20 meters. Take your phone and launch the YouTube video I linked here in this post. You’ll arrive easily to 7-8, but your goal should be to reach the 10th round. It doesn’t take too much time, so you can repeat the test 3-4 times in the same training. Good luck.