I ruck 5 miles a day (2*2.5 with the dogs) with a 60lb pack, run 4+ miles a couple times a week, can do 25 pullups in a set, etc. I have no excuse on the situps, I went from 62-71 in a little over 2 weeks for this latest APFT, but plan to be doing the 82 whenever the next APFT I have to run is. 77 pushups was easy in 90 seconds. I'm 5'10 about 200 right now. Down from close to 240 from when I got a bit fat after getting out (still doing 20+ pullups at that weight though). I just find that whenever I go out for a run with the intention of going to the track and doing sprints, I just say screw it I'd rather just jog the next 30 minutes or so and not make myself puke... and so that's what I do. Obviously, it's not doing a ton to cut my time down, and its a "me" issue. I was doing a lot more cardio over the winter, so when I started running after rowing and cycling every day, I was actually going a bit faster than I am now which is why I just assumed since I've kept running, I'd be faster. Also, I may be overdoing the rucking for someone training to run, but I am planning on doing the 26.2 mile tough ruck in the spring, so I'm trying to stay in shape for that. In the end, there is no excuse -- I didn't train the right way for an APFT and was stuck in my ways with my gym regimen.
I'll be kicking myself hard if the APFT is what does me in, and of course I'll change everything to get my run time down if that's the case. If the 254 does it, then I'm cool doing 100/100 and running kind of slow, but enjoying my nice long slow runs and daily hikes. I guess I'll know in a few weeks. I'd be comfortable with my packet for an active duty board, not sure who I'm up against and for how many slots with the guard. For all I know we're all getting picked or almost nobody is getting picked. I am pretty confident in my academic resume, military resume (and letters), and SIFT score.