Fitness test

#1
Hey guys

Got my pre joining fitness test comming up in october and iv been training for it heavly. Aswell as training i have been looking on the internet for what it includes and have been seeing lots of different criterias. Could someone who knows what it includes or done it recently tell me what to expect

Cheers
 
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Circus

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#3
As Rah-Rah states for males it is 2.4 km in under 11 minutes 13 seconds. Did you not receive a letter from your AFCO with the criteria on it?

Just don't do what I did and accidentally press the emergency stop button 2km in.... you will have to start from scratch. Don't know what your method on the day is going to be but for mine I just whacked the belt up to 15kph and ran like ****.

Hope this helps.
 

joe_145

Lantern Swinger
#4
Yeh good advice, I done the same, just whacked up the kph and ran flat out. I didn't keep looking down at the time and was surprised when the gym matey said 'that's it mate'. Do the test a few times in the gym and then you know you will sail it.
Good luck
 
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cúnt

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#5
Hey guys

Got my pre joining fitness test comming up in october and iv been training for it heavly. Aswell as training i have been looking on the internet for what it includes and have been seeing lots of different criterias. Could someone who knows what it includes or done it recently tell me what to expect

Cheers
You have to pull a tractor with your teeth, abseil off the gherkin with a poodle dangling off your nutsack and enter the ring with your neighbour for 15 minutes of milling.

You ****.
 

Patrick

Lantern Swinger
#8
Best advice to give is get off the treadmill and get on a field/road running. 2.4km (1.5miles) to be ran in 11.13 by 16-24, for Raleigh training I'd also recommend practising parlauf sprints and long distance running/jogs. Once you've passed phase 1 you'll have the choice for bleep test or the 2.4km run aswell as what they're introducing annually with the press-ups and sit-ups from January 2013.
 
#9
Best advice to give is get off the treadmill and get on a field/road running. 2.4km (1.5miles) to be ran in 11.13 by 16-24, for Raleigh training I'd also recommend practising parlauf sprints and long distance running/jogs. Once you've passed phase 1 you'll have the choice for bleep test or the 2.4km run aswell as what they're introducing annually with the press-ups and sit-ups from January 2013.

WOW! This is almost like a military test.
 
#11
No were they taking the ******* piss? I left at 41 and still did 2.4 in under ten minutes. I weigh a lot more than some skinny little fuckwit joining up at 16 too.

Just get on with you morons and stop asking **** questions.
 
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Circus

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#16
No were they taking the ******* piss? I left at 41 and still did 2.4 in under ten minutes. I weigh a lot more than some skinny little fuckwit joining up at 16 too.

Just get on with you morons and stop asking **** questions.
No they weren't, it was something to do with submariners keeping fit in confined spaces and the bodyweight exercises they do.
 

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