Have you been training your butt off only to get to your PFA and score way lower than what you are capable of scoring on the beep test? Have you heard of "focus on the process not the outcome"?
The beep test is a test that measures your aerobic fitness, basically measuring how well your lungs work while running.
It can be daunting, especially if you’ve never been overly competitive before. Some people find it easy and enjoy the challenge and it’s likely that these people played a lot of sport at school or have recently competed in fitness events such as triathlons and know how to calm their nerves.
For the majority of people though they have never had their fitness tested and doing it for the first time in-front of the Defence Force Recruiting staff and other ADF applicants at the PFA can be an overwhelming experience.
On the morning of your PFA it’s very likely that you are full of nerves! You’ll be excited, anxious, nervous and just keen to get there and get it over with. What are you going to have for breakfast? If you're confused about what to eat please read on...
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.