Tests are individual fitness assessments which yield a single rating. Select fitness categories to filter results. Click testing protocol to see instructions for performing the test. Click GET A TEST SCORE to enter a result.
2 Mile Run
This test is a key element of the US Army Physical Fitness Test, commonly referred to as the APFT.
The test measures the total time it takes a candidate to cover two miles.
Sit Ups in 2 Minutes
This test is a key element of the US Army Physical Fitness Test, commonly referred to as the APFT. The test consists of the total number of sit ups that can be completed within two minutes. The repetitions do not need to be continous - the athlete can rest as necessary within the two minute time limit.
Movement to Contact (MTC)
The Movement to Contact (MTC)) test is a component of the United States Marines Combat Fitness Test program, or CFT. The MTC is a timed 880 yard run outdoors on level ground. Running this event on a treadmill is not authorized.
The course must be measured for accuracy and set over reasonably level ground. Prior to the conduct of this event, the CCI/CPTR will ensure the running surface is free from hazards or debris that can cause injury to MTC participants.
This event can be conducted on a track or measured surface and should not include numerous sharp turns that would force a participant to slow down excessively to remain on the course. A wide turnaround point will be implemented to prevent Marines from having to stop and turnaround, causing a loss in time on the event.
Maneuver Under Fire (MANUF)
The Maneuver Under Fire (MANUF) test is a component of the United States Marines Combat Fitness Test program, or CFT. The MANUF is a timed 300 yard shuttle run that reflects combat-related tasks, including crawls, buddy drags/carries, ammunition resupply, grenade throw and agility running.
Ensure the MANUF is constructed on a smooth and level grass surface, preferably a football or soccer field. Prior to the conduct of this event, the CCI/CPTR will ensure the running surface is free from hazards or debris that can cause injury to participants.
500 Meter Row Repeats
Use the Concept 2 options menu to set the distance at 500M with a rest time of 90 seconds. The athlete must stay strapped on the machine for the rest period.
3 Mile Run
This test is a key component of the US Marines Physical Fitness Test (PFT). It is a widely recognized measure of cardiovascular fitness.
2000 M Row
This is primarily a test of cardiovascular endurance, measuring the athlete's time to row 2,000 meters on the Concept 2 rowing machine. Look for more tips and tricks from the Concept 2 website here.
Use the Concept 2 rower and select the 2,000m row option. The flywheel must be motionless at the start. The damper level can be of the athlete's choosing.
400 M Run
The 400 meter run measures multiple components, including muscular strength, muscular endurance and power. The test simply measures how fast an athlete can cover 400 meters from a standing position. At the highest professional levels, this is an extended sprint. For everyone else, it is a challenge of stamina.
Measure the athlete’s time to cover 400 meters. Athlete can use any starting position and begins on the verbal command “GO.”
Total Push Ups in 2 Minutes
This test is a key element of the US Army Physical Fitness Test, commonly referred to as the APFT. The test consists of the total number of push ups that can be completed within two minutes. The repetitions do not need to be continous - the athlete can rest as necessary within the two minute time limit.
Measure the maximum number of repetitions of a military-style push-up. The test begins with the athlete in upright position with arms fully extended. Athlete lowers body to at least 90 degree arm angle. For this test, there is a two minute time limit.
Deadlift Reps in 2 Minutes
This test measures how many proper deadlifts can be performed in a two minute period using the athlete's body weight. The athlete must perform a controlled deadlift with no rebound. An Olympic bar will be loaded with the athlete's weight (rounding up to the nearest 5 lb increment). This is a timed test, so the repetitions do not have to be continuous. The athlete can rest in any position, or regrip as necessary. The clock starts once the athlete starts the first repetition.
800 M Run
The 800 Meter Run is a test of muscular endurance. A run normally lasting 2-3 minuites it pushes an athlete to their lactate thresholds.
500 Meter Row
The 500 meter row measures multiple components, including muscular strength, muscular endurance and power. The test simply measures how fast an athlete can row 500 meters on C2 rower. At the highest professional levels, this is an extended sprint. For everyone else, it is a challenge of stamina.
Squat Thrust Jumps in 2 Minutes
Squat, thrusts and jumps (also called "burpees") are a full-body test of strength, power and endurance. The athlete must perform the exercise according to strict realFIT testing guidelines. This test has a time limit and the score is the total number of valid repetitions within two minutes.
Measure the total number of valid repetitions in a timed two-minute period. A valid rep includes a drop to the mat, full extension of the legs back, and a jump with arms extended upward.
Watch our video to observe proper form.
5000 Meter Run
The 5000 meter (5K) run is primarily a measure of cardiovascular endurance. The distance is common for many roadraces, which provide ample opportunities to get certified results.
Athletes can use either a track or road race as long as the event is officially timed. GPS measurements may be valid for certified results depending on the accuracy of the device.
12 Minute Run
The 12 minute run is a primary indicator of cardiovascular endurance. The test measures how far an athlete can run over 12 minutes.
For most precise measurement, this test requires a certifed track or GPS device.