Here’s what you would need to do in order to pass the new US Army Fitness test
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The US Army combat fitness test has been leaked online.
The US Army requires all soldiers to take a 50-minute test that involves strength deadlift; a medicine ball power throw; pushups; a “sprint, drag, carry” event; leg tucks; and a 2-mile run.
The results place each soldier in a category of moderate, significant, or heavy based on their fitness, though the US Army is still experimenting with new ways to test soldiers.
Soldiers can stop wondering how to pass the Army’s new combat fitness test, now that a document showing the initial minimum standards for each of the test’s six events has been leaked online
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