Ok, so here are the details about me - I am going to be 17 years old on January 5th, I am about 5'9, I weigh about 230 pounds (I have been loosing weight recently), and male. I am in my third year of JROTC, and I am currently a cadet Sgt. 1st Class Squad Leader. My life goal is to become a member of the T.B.I, most likely a detective. Problem is, its hard to be recognized and to get into the T.B.I. I can go to Basic Training over this upcoming summer, and come back to start and finish my senior year of High School. Obviously, as I have previously stated, I am not the strongest, fastest, nor healthiest guy compared to others my age. I think that signing up for the National Guard in a month or so (when I am 17) will get me into the T.B.I rather easily. I plan on going to college for the T.B.I while I am in the National Guard after High School. My biggest fear, and the thing that is holding me back the most, is going through Basic Training. So...I need some pointers, especially if any of you are ex military, or are currently in the military - what do I need to do to get myself ready for Basic Training? Like...how many push ups, sit ups, and miles do I need to run in one setting to replicate the pain of Basic Training? If I can go through Basic Training at the age of 17...then I think I will be set for my entire life, considering how hard it is to get into the T.B.I. Thanks guys!