The PT regime was certainly not a joke. It was significantly different from what my ship had done. My ship focused on running, with less attention paid to push-ups, et al., but NSI PT seemed to have no specific focus in area of training. The emphasis was on form, meaning if you cannot do, say, 60 "correct" push-ups, you better work on it. The most challenging PT was when they had the only SEAL candidate run "SEAL PT" for a day. I'm sure it was probably a bit watered down, but none of the Athletic-O's could finish, so yeah...
However, the real emphasis for NSI was placed on classes. Several PT's were cancelled in lieu of study time, etc. Fortunately, they have some pretty decent gym facilities there.
Thanks Skyward.. I've been really focusing on my endurance but I guess I better start working on my form in addition to my endurance. I would die if I got selected and then booted for PT. I do understand the importance of PT and setting an example for your personnel.. However, I've just never really been good at it. Hopefully all the prepping will help.. my body is stubborn lol.. right now I'm stuck at running 2 miles and I'm beat ..thanks again for the advice..