Hi everybody, I am currently applying to all of the military academies, and my weakest area between academic, leadership, and physical is definitely physical. The good news is that this is probably the easiest area to improve in. I went to the USMA SLE earlier this summer, and I did not pass the CFA. I passed every event except for the pushups and the basketball throw, of all events (first time ever basketball throw, should've practiced). I only had 26 pushups counted, which I have significantly improved since then. I didn't train as much as I should've before going to the SLE. Overall, I am thin and lean. I run track and cross country - my mile time was a 6:32, which was slower than I expected because I was exhausted from the other physical tests. My question is: what is a good training plan for me to improve on the CFA and ultimately pass it with at least average scores? I mainly need to focus on upper-body; I did 6 pull ups and 58 situps. I am not generally concerned about any events except for the pullups and pushups. Although I didn't pass the basketball throw, I believe that it was due to a lack of practice and probably poor upper body strength, which is what I am mostly training for. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!