Today we’re going to see where our fitness level is at by using a test using the new Special Operations Upper Body Round Robin (UBRR) Fitness Test. It measures functional fitness for the Special Operators much better than the traditional PT test.
This will mark the end of our 16-week Preparation PT Program. Judge where your fitness is at after the test and identify weaknesses that need to be addressed. Starting tomorrow, we’ll begin a new Preparation fitness program and start from Day 1.
Pushups: (1min) 40 minimum +2 points for each additional rep.
Sit-ups: (1min) 40 Minimum +3 points for each additional rep.
Pull-ups: (not timed) 6 minimum +3 points for each additional rep.
Dips: (not timed) 6 minimum +2 points for each additional rep.
Bench Press: (80% body weight) 6 minimum +3 points for each additional rep.
20ft. Rope Climb: with a weighted vest or body armor, Pass/Fail
Kick-ups: (1minute) 6 minimum, +2 points for each additional rep.
25 Meter Shuttle Run: x 4, 24 seconds maximum. +2 points for each 1/10 sec. under
5 Mile Run: 40 minutes maximum +2 points for every full 15 seconds under max.
or 5 Mile Ruck March: w/45 lbs +2 points for every full 15 seconds under max.
To pass the UBRR, participants must achieve a PASS in all events with at least the minimum score, and Receive at least 1100 total points from all the events combined.
Stretch well after completion
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