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#553836
ballcoach15 wrote:What I liked about old one, was it was easy to administer. No special equipment, all was needed was stop watch, pen and APFT Scorecard. The new one needs equipment, and is more time consuming. I am glad I not have to take it, or administer it.
It actually takes less than half the time. Max time allowed is 50 minutes.
#553844
I agree on the "do little" part on old one. But as far as combat situations, every situation is different. I don't think there's any test that can accurately gauge someone's fitness, as it pertains to combat.
I remember being in Panama back in early 1990. We had this young trooper, who was one of most fit troops in the unit. He was first one to suffer heat exhaustion. The borderline overweight/out of shape guys kept soldiering on. In combat, the mental part is just as important as physical part.
#553871
thepostman wrote:The new one will actually test if you are physically fit for a combat situation. Long overdue. Sits ups, push ups and run do little to test true physical fitness.
And I believe it’s ‘Gender Neutral’
#553872
Purple Haize wrote:
thepostman wrote:The new one will actually test if you are physically fit for a combat situation. Long overdue. Sits ups, push ups and run do little to test true physical fitness.
And I believe it’s ‘Gender Neutral’
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