Doing a practice PFA is an excellent idea. It gives you the opportunity to gauge where things are at, see what you need to work on and allows you to redirect your training into that deficiency. You don’t need to do PFAs every week. You don’t even need to do them every fortnight! Continue reading to find out why.
You're all organised for Assessment Day, you’ve got all your documents in order, picked a new outfit and have everything ready to go. However you’re still left wondering ‘is there anything else I should bring’? Here is a list of things you can bring to your Assessment Day that won’t be on the list. However these things will make your day run a little smoother.
Right! So you’ve never stepped foot in a gym, you haven’t run since high school and you’ve got no idea how you’re going to pass your PFA. Continue reading if this is you…
As a Defence applicant, you need to meet a strict fitness standard in order to be considered for the job. If you’ve been told to go and gain life experience and come back in a year then you could look at that as ‘gifted time’ to work on your fitness.
Throughout basic training and the remainder of your military career you’ll be expected to partake in numerous obstacle course activities to develop coordination, team work, agility, endurance and resilience. The rope climb will become your bread and butter of obstacle courses.
Michael and Carly both have walked the path you are about to take and are commited to help you get started with your training for a successful enlistment with free tips and articles.