Army Combat Fitness Test Training Guide
Combat Fitness Test Training Guide
If you have been looking for a guide to help you train for the Army Combat Fitness test look no further. TRADOC recently published their 40-page fitness guide giving soldiers specific exercises to train for all 6 areas of the new ACFT.
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The purpose of the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) Training Guide is to provide exercises that will help Soldiers successfully prepare to take the ACFT. These specific exercises will help develop strength, endurance, and mobility using common strength training methods and Army doctrine.
The Army’s current Physical Readiness Training doctrine, Field Manual 7-22 (October 2012), can assist with more extensive workout information. Refer to Preparation Drill (PD), Hip Stability Drill (HSD), Shoulder Stability Drill (SSD), Four for the Core (4C), and Military Movement Drills (MMDs) for warm-up exercises and Recovery Drill (RD) in FM 7-22 for cool-down exercises. A copy of FM 7-22 can be found at https://armypubs.army.mil
The exercises and drills in this guide can be conducted anywhere and are not resource intensive. When time or environmental constraints limit PRT sessions, this guide will provide potential modifications to individual and collective training.
You can view the Combat Fitness Test Training Guide below or download it here.Official Army Combat Fitness Training Guide
Specific ACFT questions regarding this training guide can be addressed to the Army lead for Physical Fitness, the U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training, TRADOC, at Fort Eustis, Virginia, and its subordinate element the Leader Training Brigade, U.S. Army Physical Fitness School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. email to: usarmy.jble.tradoc.list.g2-acft(-at-)mail.mil