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What FM Covers PRT? FM 7-22
What are the minimum scores for each APFT event? 60 per event 50 per event in BCT
What are the phases of physcial conditioning? Initial Conditioning Toughening Sustaining Reconditioning
What are the 3 session elements of PT session Preparation Activities Recovery
What is the purpose of PRT? To allow soldiers to meet the physical demands of any combat or duty position
What are the 3 components of PRT? Strength Endurance Mobility
What are the princicples of PRT? Precision Progression Integration
What are the 8 qualitative performance factors? Agility Balance Coordination Flexibility Posture Stability Speed Power
What are the 3 types of PRT? On Ground Off Ground Combatives
How many scorers are needed for the APFT events? 1 scorer per 8 soldiers
What are the 2 PRT formations? Extended Rectangular Formations Extended Rectangular Formation Covered
What are the exercises of the Recovery Drill? Overhead Arm Pull Rear Lunge Extend and Flex Thigh Stretch Single Leg Over
What are the 10 exercises of the Preparation Drill? Bend and Reach Rear Lunge High Jumper Rower Squat Bender Windmill Forward Lunge Prone Row Bend Leg Body Twist Push up
What are the principles of training? Commanders & other leaders are responsible for training NCOs train individuals small teams & crews Train as you fight Train to standard Train to sustain Conduct multiechelon and concurrent training train to develop agile leaders and organizations
What are the alternate aerobic events 800 yard swim 6.2 mile stationary bike 6.2 mile bike ride 2.5 mile walk
What is DA Form 3349? Physical Profile Form
What is DA Form 705? PT Score Card
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