So I've been pretty down for the last few months about my waiver situation (refer to my first thread). Long story short, I tore my ACL during lax game warm ups. Fast forward to late Nov 2016. The first time I ran the mile was 9:11 after 8 months of being inactive. First BB throw was about 22 ft. STANDING, not kneeled (my knee still hurt at the time). Flexed arm hang? 2.5 seconds max (I didn't record my sit-ups and pushups). After practicing every 2-3 days, here's my stats today: 7:35 mile (couldn't feel the knee pain in 36 degrees LOL), 22 sec flexed arm hang, 57 situps, 25-30 push-ups (still working on it), and 36.5 ft BB throw in the correct kneeling position. I'm taking the CFA next week. I know my stats aren't the max or whatnot, but I am happy with how far I've come. In fact, I don't think I've ever hit that mile time even BEFORE I got injured.. I know we're all waiting for that BFE, and trust me when I say I stress more than I need to (again, first thread). BUT, today changed so much of my stressful attitude; I am glad that I made the most of my 2 months to prep for the CFA and hope I pass the first time through. Even if I do pass, I'll be working out at the gym after school every 1-2 days to work on getting 1 pullup and on everything else too. If I get a BFE, then I'm working out until R/I-Day wherever I end up. If I get a TWE, I'll keep doing the pushups in my college dorm. I hope this brings some inspiration for some of you candidates out there. At least, I'll refer to this myself if I ever feel stressed again. There is hope, just keep pushing!! I hope this made at least one person feel better today.