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United States Army Soldiers are required to take the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) every six months. The APFT consists of three events: two minutes of push-ups, two minute of sit-ups, and a two-mile run. Soldiers are required to score a minimum of 60 points in each event of the APFT for their perspective gender and age group (50 points per event in order to graduate Army Basic Combat Training). The results of APFT provide Soldiers and their commanders an indication of their state of overall fitness, and acts as a guide in determining their physical training needs.
Anautics’ Candidates, many of whom have no military experience, were required take the APFT and were graded by the instructors at the Army’s Physical Readiness Division’s (PRD). Before Anautics candidates were allowed to enter the Master Fitness Trainer Course (MFTC), they had to meet the MFTC’s stringent requirement of 80 points per each event of the APFT!
We appreciate Drill Sergeant Leaders Mattox, James and Vasquez from the United States Army Drill Sergeant School for demonstrating the standard requirements of the APFT.