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Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) 805P-MF805063 / Version 2 Effective Date Not Assigned SECTION I.

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DA FORM 705 FM 5-19 TC 3-22.20

ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST SCORECARD COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT Army Physical Readiness Training
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01 Jun 1999 21 Aug 2006 20 Aug 2010

Student Study Assignment Instructor Requirements Additional Support Personnel Requirements

TC 3-22.20, Appendix A

Be thoroughly familiar with this lesson and TC 3-22.20, Appendix A prior to conducting testing.

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4110-01-485-3626 - CHEST,ICE 1:40 STORAGE 6515-01-509-2908 - DEPLOY 0:0 PAC,AED 6530-00-783-7510 1:40 LITTER,NONRIGID,POLELESS 6545-00-116-1410 - FIRST AID 1:40 KIT,GENERAL PURPOSE 6645-01-124-6223 1:40 CLOCK,TIMER,DIGITAL 6665-01-103-8547 - WET 1:40 GLOBE TEMPERATURE KIT 691000N422006 - Identification 1:1 Numbers 7210-00-081-1417 - Sheet, Bed 1:10 Cotton White 7240-01-502-4382 1:10 CAN,WATER,MILITARY 8465-00-889-3744 - Canteen 1:1 Plastic Rigid 8960-01-430-4378 - ICE 1:10 (Note: Asterisk before ID indicates a TADSS.)
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Instructor Materials:
- TC 3-22.20 - This lesson - Updated Risk Assessment - Equipment required IAW MFTC CMP and Unit/Installation Policies and SOPs

Student Materials:
- Uniform as designated by instructors - One Quart Canteen - Reflective Vest - Individual Run Number

Classroom, Training Area, and Range Requirements

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17992 Physical Education Training Fields 17135 Instructional Building, Laboratory 75027 Track, Running

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Instructional Guidance

NOTE: Before presenting this lesson, instructors must thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material.
- Instructor must adhere to the guidelines established by this lesson, Program of Instruction (POI); and unit/installation policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and guidelines of the training unit.

- Be thoroughly familiar with TC 3-22.20.

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SECTION II. INTRODUCTION Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy:
Motivator

Test Contracted Instructor (1:10/0), Instructor (1:40/0) 5 mins Large Group Instruction

Physical fitness testing is designed to ensure the maintenance of a base level of physical fitness essential for every Soldier, regardless of Army MOS or duty assignment.

NOTE: SHOW SLIDE #1 - Terminal Learning Objective (TLO) and inform the students of the following TLO requirements.

Terminal Learning Objective

NOTE. Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.
At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will:

Action: Conditions:

Conduct the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). On a PRT field and a running track or designated 2-mile run routede, given a TC 3-22.20, Army Physical Readiness Training, DA Form 705, and Master Fitness Trainer Course (MFTC) Course Management Plan (CMP).

Standards:
Conduct the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) IAW TC 3-22.20, Appendix A. This APFT must be passed with a minimum score of 240 points and a minimum of 80 points in each event.

Safety Requirements

1. Safety is a major consideration when planning and evaluating PRT programs. Commanders should use the composite risk management process for all PRT activities to ensure they do not place their Soldiers at undue risk for injury or accident. The commander should address:

- Environmental conditions - Emergency procedures - Facilities - Differences in age - Gender - Level of conditioning of each Soldier in the unit

2. Safety is of the utmost importance in any training environment. During the training process, Commanders will utilize the 5-Step Composite Risk Management process to determine the safest and most complete method to train. Every precaution will be taken during the conduct of training. Safety is everyones responsibility to recognize, mitigate, and report hazardous conditions.

Instructor Notes: The instructor will brief the students on the unit/facility SOP for the classroom contingencies

i.e. what doors will be used to exit the classroom, rally points, severe weather, etc.

Risk Assessment Level Environmental Considerations

None NOTE: Instructor should conduct a Risk Assessment to include Environmental Considerations IAW FM 3-34.5, Environmental Considerations {MCRP 4-11B}, and ensure students are briefed on hazards and control measures.
Individuals instructing this task must ensure they are familiar with TC 3-22.20, Appendix D, pages D-1 thru D-5, Environmental Considerations prior to training this task.

Evaluation

The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) will be conducted IAW TC 3-22.20, Appendix A.

NOTE: event.

1. This APFT must be passed with a minimum score of 240 points and a minimum of 80 points in each

2. For the Master Fitness Trainer Course, no retest is authorized for the APFT if the approved standards are not achieved.

Instructional Lead-in

The intent of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) is to provide an assessment of the PRT program. PRT programs must be developed to take the base level of physical conditioning and raise it to help meet or exceed mission-related physical performance tasks. Commanders must ensure that physical fitness testing does not form the foundation of unit or individual PRT programs.

Temporary training periods solely devoted toward meeting APFT requirements are highly discouraged.

SECTION III. PRESENTATION NOTE: A. Inform the students of the Enabling Learning Objective requirements. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE ACTION: CONDITIONS: Communicate APFT Test Procedures. In a large group classroom, given a TC 3-22.20, Army Physical Readiness Training, and Physical Readiness Training Leader Course (PRTLC) Course Management Plan (CMP). STANDARDS: Communicate APFT Test Procedures IAW TC 3-22.20, Appendix A. Learning Step / Activity ELO A - LSA 1. APFT Event Sequence Instructions Test Contracted Instructor(1:10/0)* / Instructor(1:40/0)* 0 hrs 10 mins Large Group Instruction No Media Selection Required This course/lesson will present information that has a Security Classification of: U - Unclassified. Note: Marked as (*) is derived from the parent learning object

ELO A - LSA 1.

Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy: Media Type: Security Classification:

a. The APFT event sequence is the push-up, sit-up and 2-mile run (or an approved alternate aerobic event). The order of events cannot be changed. There are no exceptions to this sequence. Soldiers are allowed a minimum of 10 minutes and a maximum of 20 minutes to recover between events. The OIC or NCOIC determines the recovery time. It is normally based on the number of Soldiers taking the test. If large numbers of Soldiers are being tested, staggered start times should be planned to allow for proper recovery between test events. Under no circumstances is the APFT valid if Soldiers cannot begin and end all three events in two hours or less.

b. On test day, the OIC or NCOIC briefs Soldiers on the purpose and organization of the test. The OIC or NCOIC explains test administration including, the scorecard, scoring standards, and test sequence. In addition, the wearing of unauthorized items such as nasal strips, braces, elastic bandages, weight lifting gloves, electronic devices (MP3 players, radios, cell phones and compact disc players) is addressed. Test instructions for the push-up, sit-up and 2-mile run (or approved alternate aerobic event) are read prior to conducting preparation. After preparation is completed, the push-up event will begin. From the beginning of the push-up event to the completion of all remaining events, the total time elapsed cannot exceed two hours. Upon completion of all events, recovery will be conducted.

c. The following instructions are READ aloud to all Soldiers taking the APFT:

NOTE: Read the following instructions to the class:

YOU ARE ABOUT TO TAKE THE ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST, A TEST THAT WILL MEASURE YOUR UPPER AND LOWER BODY MUSCULAR ENDURANCE. THE RESULTS OF THIS TEST WILL GIVE YOU AND YOUR COMMANDERS AN INDICATION OF YOUR STATE OF FITNESS AND WILL ACT AS A GUIDE IN DETERMINING YOUR PHYSICAL TRAINING NEEDS. LISTEN CLOSELY TO THE TEST INSTRUCTIONS, AND DO THE BEST YOU CAN ON EACH OF THE EVENTS.

d. If a DA Form 705 has not been issued, scorecards will be handed out at this time. The OIC or NCOIC will then instruct the Soldiers to fill in the appropriate spaces with the required personal data. The following instructions are READ aloud to all Soldiers taking the APFT:

NOTE: Read DA Form 705 Instructions to the class:

IN THE APPROPRIATE SPACES, PRINT IN INK THE PERSONAL INFORMATION REQUIRED ON THE SCORECARD.

NOTE: The preceding remark is omitted if scorecards were issued prior to arrival at the test site.

e. Soldiers are then given time to complete the required information. Next, the OIC or NCOIC explains procedures for scorecard use during testing. The following instructions are READ aloud to all Soldiers taking the APFT:

NOTE: Read DA Form 705 Instructions to the class:

YOU ARE TO CARRY THIS CARD WITH YOU TO EACH EVENT. BEFORE YOU BEGIN, HAND THE CARD TO THE SCORER. AFTER YOU COMPLETE THE EVENT, THE SCORER WILL RECORD YOUR RAW SCORE, INITIAL THE CARD, AND RETURN IT TO YOU.

f. Now the OIC or NCOIC explains how raw scores are converted to point scores. At this point in time Soldiers are assigned to groups. The following instructions are READ aloud to all Soldiers taking the APFT:

NOTE: APFT Group Assignments; read aloud to the class

EACH OF YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO A GROUP. STAY WITH YOUR TEST GROUP FOR THE

ENTIRE TEST. WHAT ARE YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TEST AT THIS POINT?

g. The OIC, NCOIC or event supervisor will read all three event instructions prior to the start of the test. Specific 2-mile run route instructions can be addressed at the 2-mile run event test site.

Check on Learning:

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings.

Review Summary:

Conduct a review and solicit feedback from students on the administrative/support function offered in this Learning Step Activity.

ELO A - LSA 2.

Learning Step / Activity ELO A - LSA 2. Push-Up Instructions and Demonstration Test Contracted Instructor(1:10/0)* / Instructor(1:40/0)* 0 hrs 45 mins Large Group Instruction No Media Selection Required This course/lesson will present information that has a Security Classification of: U - Unclassified. Note: Marked as (*) is derived from the parent learning object

Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy: Media Type: Security Classification:

a. The OIC, NCOIC or event supervisor must read the following before beginning the push-up event:

NOTE: Push-up Event Instructions; read aloud to the class

THE PUSH-UP EVENT MEASURES THE ENDURANCE OF THE CHEST, SHOULDER, AND TRICEPS MUSCLES. ON THE COMMAND GET SET, ASSUME THE FRONT-LEANING REST POSITION BY PLACING YOUR HANDS WHERE THEY ARE COMFORTABLE FOR YOU. YOUR FEET MAY BE TOGETHER OR UP TO 12 INCHES APART (MEASURED BETWEEN THE FEET). WHEN VIEWED FROM THE SIDE, YOUR BODY SHOULD FORM A GENERALLY STRAIGHT LINE FROM YOUR SHOULDERS TO YOUR ANKLES. ON THE COMMAND GO, BEGIN THE PUSH-UP BY BENDING YOUR ELBOWS AND LOWERING YOUR ENTIRE BODY AS A SINGLE UNIT UNTIL YOUR UPPER ARMS ARE AT LEAST PARALLEL TO THE GROUND. THEN, RETURN TO THE STARTING POSITION BY RAISING YOUR ENTIRE BODY UNTIL YOUR ARMS ARE FULLY EXTENDED. YOUR BODY MUST REMAIN RIGID IN A GENERALLY STRAIGHT LINE AND MOVE AS A UNIT WHILE PERFORMING EACH REPETITION. AT THE END OF EACH REPETITION, THE SCORER WILL STATE THE NUMBER OF REPETITIONS YOU HAVE COMPLETED CORRECTLY. IF YOU FAIL TO KEEP YOUR BODY GENERALLY STRAIGHT, TO LOWER YOUR WHOLE BODY UNTIL YOUR UPPER ARMS ARE AT LEAST PARALLEL TO THE GROUND, OR TO EXTEND YOUR ARMS COMPLETELY, THAT REPETITION WILL NOT COUNT, AND THE SCORER WILL REPEAT THE NUMBER OF THE LAST CORRECTLY PERFORMED REPETITION.

IF YOU FAIL TO PERFORM THE FIRST 10 PUSH-UPS CORRECTLY, THE SCORER WILL TELL YOU TO GO TO YOUR KNEES AND WILL EXPLAIN YOUR DEFICIENCIES. YOU WILL THEN BE SENT TO THE END OF THE LINE TO BE RETESTED. AFTER THE FIRST 10 PUSH-UPS HAVE BEEN PERFORMED AND COUNTED, NO RESTARTS ARE ALLOWED. THE TEST WILL CONTINUE, AND ANY INCORRECTLY PERFORMED PUSH-UPS WILL NOT BE COUNTED. AN ALTERED, FRONTLEANING REST POSITION IS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED REST POSITION. THAT IS, YOU MAY SAG IN THE MIDDLE OR FLEX YOUR BACK. WHEN FLEXING YOUR BACK, YOU MAY BEND YOUR KNEES, BUT NOT TO SUCH AN EXTENT THAT YOU ARE SUPPORTING MOST OF YOUR BODY WEIGHT WITH YOUR LEGS. IF THIS OCCURS, YOUR PERFORMANCE WILL BE TERMINATED. YOU MUST RETURN TO, AND PAUSE IN, THE CORRECT STARTING POSITION BEFORE CONTINUING. IF YOU REST ON THE GROUND OR RAISE EITHER HAND OR FOOT FROM THE GROUND, YOUR PERFORMANCE WILL BE TERMINATED. YOU MAY REPOSITION YOUR HANDS AND/OR FEET DURING THE EVENT AS LONG AS THEY REMAIN IN CONTACT WITH THE GROUND AT ALL TIMES. CORRECT PERFORMANCE IS IMPORTANT. YOU WILL HAVE TWO MINUTES IN WHICH TO DO AS MANY PUSH-UPS AS YOU CAN. WATCH THIS DEMONSTRATION.

NOTE: Conduct demonstration of performance and grading of the push-up event using the AIs as demonstrators.

NOTE: Push-up Scorer Position

b. During the push-up event, scorers sit or kneel three feet from the Soldiers left or right shoulder at a 45-degree angle (see picture).

c. Additional checkpoints to explain and demonstrate for the push-up event are as follows:

NOTE: Push-up Additional Checkpoints; read aloud to students:

(1) "Your chest may touch the ground during the push-up as long as the contact does not provide an advantage. You cannot bounce off the ground.

(2) If a mat is used, your entire body must be on the mat. Sleeping mats are not authorized for use.

(3) Your feet will not be braced during the push-up event.

(4) You may do the push-up event on your fists.

(5) You may not cross your feet while doing the push-up event.

(6) You may not take any APFT event in bare feet.

(7) You should not wear glasses while performing the push-up event.

d. In conclusion, OIC/NCOIC or event supervisors asks:

WHAT ARE YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS EVENT?

Check on Learning:

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings.

Review Summary:

Conduct a review and solicit feedback from students on the administrative/support function offered in this Learning Step Activity.

ELO A - LSA 3.

Learning Step / Activity ELO A - LSA 3. Sit-Up Instructions and Demonstration Test Contracted Instructor(1:10/0)* / Instructor(1:40/0)* 0 hrs 45 mins Large Group Instruction No Media Selection Required This course/lesson will present information that has a Security Classification of: U - Unclassified. Note: Marked as (*) is derived from the parent learning object

Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy: Media Type: Security Classification:

a. The OIC, NCOIC or event supervisor must READ the following before the sit-up event.

NOTE: Sit-up Instructions; read aloud to the class.

THE SIT-UP EVENT MEASURES THE ENDURANCE OF THE ABDOMINAL AND HIP-FLEXOR MUSCLES. ON THE COMMAND GET SET, ASSUME THE STARTING POSITION BY LYING ON YOUR BACK WITH YOUR KNEES BENT AT A 90-DEGREE ANGLE. YOUR FEET MAY BE TOGETHER OR UP TO 12 INCHES APART (MEASURED BETWEEN THE FEET). ANOTHER PERSON WILL HOLD YOUR ANKLES WITH THE HANDS ONLY. NO OTHER METHOD OF BRACING OR HOLDING THE FEET IS AUTHORIZED. THE HEEL IS THE ONLY PART OF YOUR FOOT THAT MUST STAY IN CONTACT WITH THE GROUND. YOUR FINGERS MUST BE INTERLOCKED BEHIND YOUR HEAD AND THE BACKS OF YOUR HANDS MUST TOUCH THE GROUND. YOUR ARMS AND ELBOWS NEED NOT TOUCH THE GROUND. ON THE COMMAND GO, BEGIN RAISING YOUR UPPER BODY FORWARD TO, OR BEYOND, THE VERTICAL POSITION. THE VERTICAL POSITION MEANS THAT THE BASE OF YOUR NECK IS ABOVE THE BASE OF YOUR SPINE. AFTER YOU HAVE REACHED OR SURPASSED THE

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VERTICAL POSITION, LOWER YOUR BODY UNTIL THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SHOULDER BLADES TOUCH THE GROUND. YOUR HEAD, HANDS, ARMS OR ELBOWS DO NOT HAVE TO TOUCH THE GROUND. AT THE END OF EACH REPETITION, THE SCORER WILL STATE THE NUMBER OF SITUPS YOU HAVE CORRECTLY PERFORMED. A REPETITION WILL NOT COUNT IF YOU FAIL TO REACH THE VERTICAL POSITION, FAIL TO KEEP YOUR FINGERS INTERLOCKED BEHIND YOUR HEAD, ARCH OR BOW YOUR BACK AND RAISE YOUR BUTTOCKS OFF THE GROUND TO RAISE YOUR UPPER BODY, OR LET YOUR KNEES EXCEED A 90-DEGREE ANGLE. IF A REPETITION DOES NOT COUNT, THE SCORER WILL REPEAT THE NUMBER OF YOUR LAST CORRECTLY PERFORMED SIT-UPS. IF YOU FAIL TO PERFORM THE FIRST 10 SIT-UPS CORRECTLY, THE SCORER WILL TELL YOU TO STOP AND WILL EXPLAIN YOUR DEFICIENCIES. YOU WILL THEN BE SENT TO THE END OF THE LINE TO BE RE-TESTED. AFTER THE FIRST 10 SIT-UPS HAVE BEEN PERFORMED AND COUNTED, NO RESTARTS ARE ALLOWED. THE TEST WILL CONTINUE, AND ANY INCORRECTLY PERFORMED SIT-UPS WILL NOT BE COUNTED. THE UP POSITION IS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED REST POSITION.

IF YOU STOP AND REST IN THE DOWN (STARTING) POSITION, THE EVENT WILL BE TERMINATED. AS LONG AS YOU MAKE A CONTINUOUS PHYSICAL EFFORT TO SIT UP, THE EVENT WILL NOT BE TERMINATED. YOU MAY NOT USE YOUR HANDS OR ANY OTHER MEANS TO PULL OR PUSH YOURSELF UP TO THE UP (REST) POSITION OR TO HOLD YOURSELF IN THE REST POSITION. IF YOU DO SO, YOUR PERFORMANCE IN THE EVENT WILL BE TERMINATED. CORRECT PERFORMANCE IS IMPORTANT. YOU WILL HAVE TWO MINUTES TO PERFORM AS MANY SIT-UPS AS YOU CAN. WATCH THIS DEMONSTRATION.

NOTE: Conduct demonstration of performance and grading of the sit-up event using the AIs as demonstrators.

NOTE: Sit-up Scorer Position

b. During the sit-up event, the scorer kneels or sits three feet from the Soldiers left or right hip. The scorers head should be even with the Soldiers shoulder when he is in the vertical (up) position.

NOTE: Sit-up Additional Checkpoints; read aloud to students:

c. Additional checkpoints to explain and demonstrate for the sit-up event:

(1) If a mat is used, your entire body must be on the mat. Sleeping mats are not authorized for use.

(2) You may not swing your arms or use your hands to pull yourself up or push off the ground to obtain the up position. If this occurs your performance in the event will be terminated.

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(3) You may wiggle to obtain the up position, but while in the up position, you may not use your elbows or any part of the arms to lock on to or brace against the legs. Your elbows can go either inside or outside the knees, but may not be used to hold yourself in the up position. If this occurs your performance in the event will be terminated.

NOTE: Sit-up Hand and Feet Position; read aloud to students:

(4) "During your performance of the sit-up, your fingers must be interlocked behind your head. As long as any of your fingers are overlapping to any degree, they are considered to be interlocked. If they do not remain interlocked, that repetition will not count and the scorer will repeat the number of the last correct repetition performed.

(5) Both heels must stay in contact with the ground. If either foot breaks contact with the ground during a repetition, that repetition will not count and the scorer will repeat the number of the last correct repetition performed.

d. In conclusion, the OIC, NCOIC or event supervisor asks:

WHAT ARE YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS EVENT?

Check on Learning:

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings.

Review Summary:

Conduct a review and solicit feedback from students on the administrative/support function offered in this Learning Step Activity.

ELO A - LSA 4.

Learning Step / Activity ELO A - LSA 4. 2-Mile Run Instructions Test Contracted Instructor(1:10/0)* / Instructor(1:40/0)* 0 hrs 40 mins Large Group Instruction No Media Selection Required This course/lesson will present information that has a Security Classification of: U - Unclassified. Note: Marked as (*) is derived from the parent learning object

Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy: Media Type: Security Classification:

a. The OIC, NCOIC or event supervisor must READ the following before the 2-mile run event.

NOTE: 2-mile Run Instructions; read aloud to the class.

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THE 2-MILE RUN MEASURES YOUR AEROBIC FITNESS AND ENDURANCE OF THE LEG MUSCLES. YOU MUST COMPLETE THE RUN WITHOUT ANY PHYSICAL HELP. AT THE START, ALL SOLDIERS WILL LINE UP BEHIND THE STARTING LINE. ON THE COMMAND GO, THE CLOCK WILL START. YOU WILL BEGIN RUNNING AT YOUR OWN PACE. TO RUN THE REQUIRED TWO MILES, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE REQUIRED 2-MILE DISTANCE (DESCRIBE THE NUMBER OF LAPS, START AND FINISH POINTS AND COURSE LAYOUT). YOU ARE BEING TESTED ON YOUR ABILITY TO COMPLETE THE TWO-MILE COURSE IN THE SHORTEST TIME POSSIBLE. ALTHOUGH WALKING IS AUTHORIZED, IT IS STRONGLY DISCOURAGED. IF YOU ARE PHYSICALLY HELPED IN ANY WAY (FOR EXAMPLE, PULLED, PUSHED, PICKED UP AND/OR CARRIED), OR LEAVE THE DESIGNATED RUNNING COURSE FOR ANY REASON, THE EVENT WILL BE TERMINATED. IT IS LEGAL TO PACE A SOLDIER DURING THE TWO-MILE RUN AS LONG AS THERE IS NO PHYSICAL CONTACT WITH THE PACE SOLDIER AND IT DOES NOT PHYSICALLY HINDER OTHER SOLDIERS TAKING THE TEST. THE PRACTICE OF RUNNING AHEAD OF, ALONG SIDE OF OR BEHIND THE TESTED SOLDIER WHILE SERVING AS A PACER IS PERMITTED. CHEERING OR CALLING OUT THE ELAPSED TIME IS ALSO PERMITTED. THE NUMBER ON YOUR CHEST IS FOR IDENTIFICATION. YOU MUST MAKE SURE IT IS VISIBLE AT ALL TIMES. TURN IN YOUR NUMBER WHEN YOU FINISH THE RUN AND GO TO THE AREA DESIGNATED FOR RECOVERY. DO NOT STAY NEAR THE SCORERS OR THE FINISH LINE AS THIS MAY INTERFERE WITH TESTING.

b. In conclusion, the OIC/NCOIC or event supervisors asks:

WHAT ARE YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS EVENT?

Check on Learning:

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings.

Review Summary:

Conduct a review and solicit feedback from students on the administrative/support function offered in this Learning Step Activity.

CHECK ON LEARNING (ELO A):

Conduct a check on learning and summarize the ELO and Learning Step/Activities.

REVIEW SUMMARY(ELO A):

Conduct a Summary Review

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SECTION IV. SUMMARY Method of Instruction: Instr Type(I:S Ratio/Qty): Time of Instruction: Instructional Strategy:
Check on Learning

Test Contracted Instructor(1:10/0), Instructor(1:40/0) 5 mins Large Group Instruction

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings.

Review/ Summary

Conduct a review and solicit feedback from students on the administrative/support functions offered in the various Learning Step Activities of this lesson.

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SECTION V. STUDENT EVALUATION


Testing Requirements

The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) will be conducted IAW TC 3-22.20, Appendix A.

NOTE: event.

1. This APFT must be passed with a minimum score of 240 points and a minimum of 80 points in each

2. For the Master Fitness Trainer Course, no retest is authorized for the APFT if the approved standards are not achieved.

Feedback Requirements
Following the Course a Course Critique will be issued, taken, and collected. These critiques are required to be reviewed by the Chief, PRD.

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Appendix A - Viewgraph Masters Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) 805P-MF805063 / Version 2 Sequence None Media Name Media Type

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Appendix B - Test(s) and Test Solution(s)

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Appendix C - Practical Exercises and Solutions PRACTICAL EXERCISE(S)/SOLUTION(S) FOR LESSON 805P-MF805063 Version 2

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Appendix D - Student Handouts Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) 805P-MF805063 / Version 2 Sequence None Media Name Media Type

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Appendix E - TRAINER'S LESSON OUTLINE

Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) 805P-MF805063 / Version 2 DRAFT

1. The importance of this lesson: (Why)

Conduct the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT).

2. What we want our Soldiers to Achieve: (Outcomes/Standard)

Conduct the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) IAW TC 3-22.20, Appendix A. This APFT must be passed with a minimum score of 240 points and a minimum of 80 points in each event.

3. Tasks to be taught

Task Number

Task Title

Task Type

None

Additional Non-Standard Tasks

None 4. References:

Reference Number

Reference Title

Date

DA FORM 705 FM 5-19 TC 3-22.20

ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST SCORECARD COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT Army Physical Readiness Training

01 Jun 1999 21 Aug 2006 20 Aug 2010

Additional Non-Standard References

None 5. Resources
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TIME: Time of Instruction (Time not specified)

LAND: Classroom, Training Area, and Range Requirements


Id Name

17992 17135 75027

Physical Education Training Fields Instructional Building, Laboratory Track, Running

AMMO: Ammunition Requirements


DODIC Name

None

MISC: Materiel Items and TADSS Requirements


Id Name

4110-01-485-3626 6515-01-509-2908 6530-00-783-7510 6545-00-116-1410 6645-01-124-6223 6665-01-103-8547 691000N422006 7210-00-081-1417 7240-01-502-4382 8465-00-889-3744 8960-01-430-4378 (Note: Asterisk before ID indicates a TADSS.)

CHEST,ICE STORAGE DEPLOY PAC,AED LITTER,NONRIGID,POLELESS FIRST AID KIT,GENERAL PURPOSE CLOCK,TIMER,DIGITAL WET GLOBE TEMPERATURE KIT Identification Numbers Sheet, Bed Cotton White CAN,WATER,MILITARY Canteen Plastic Rigid ICE

Additional Non-Standard Resources

None 6. A possible technique to achieve the outcome: None

7. Conduct AAR with Soldier and Cadre. None


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NOTE: Before presenting this lesson, Instructors must be thoroughly prepared by studying the appropriate lesson plan and identified reference material.

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