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Roger Ball's Question of the Week: What does "beat your boots" mean?
By ROGER BALL
10/21/2015 4:30:00 AM



When a commanding officer tells his unit to “beat your boots,” what does he mean?

It’s key that a soldier in the field be in tiptop physical condition. The “beat your boots” workout helps him or her get there. It’s an intense “knee-bender” exercise. Check it out here, and try it yourself – a commanding officer usually expects at least 25. 




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