I get it. Your PFA for the Australian Defence Force is still a few months from today, so you may think you have time to start, you have room to be flaky with your workout schedule and think that you will eventually pull it off.
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If you have at least one friend with military background you have probably heard that the best way of getting better at push-ups is to do them every day. However, in a previous post we have already discussed that performing them is not enough, your push-up form must be on point if you want to pass the PFA test for the Australian Defence Force. There is another reason you should learn the correct technique from the get go though.
When training for your ADF entry fitness test, it can be tempting to focus purely on the exercises assessed. In reality, though, you’d be far better suited to focusing on overall fitness, endurance and strength with special attention to your posterior chain.
Enrolling in the Australian Defence Force is a dream for many youngsters out there. Once you started your entry training, the PFA will seem like a walk in the park. If you want to make sure you get offered a job role in either the Military, Navy or Air Force, you have to pass quite a few tests. Swimming is one activity you will be tested for both the Military and of course the Navy.
Given the role they are required to perform, it is no surprise that ADF recruits have to demonstrate certain levels of fitness upon commencement of their training. Fitness requirements for the ADF are monitored with the use of a test known as the ADF Physical Fitness Assessment as you probably already know.
Passing the Australian Defence Force PFA test requires applicants to show a minimum level of strength and endurance in the main areas of the body to ensure they are ready for the initial military training. Performing sit-ups to military standards are part of this test and it's essential that you know the correct technique and able to meet the criteria to pass your PFA.
The push-up is one of the foundational exercises one can perform for balanced full body strength and it's also one of the exercises that you need to master to pass the PFA to the Australian Defence Force. Join other ADF applicants now https://www.facebook.com/groups/thebarracksgymADFgroup/
The Australian Defence Force Beep Test is rightly feared by new applicants. However, with a few tips and guidelines - and the right fitness regime - you can conquer the terrors of the beep with a lot to spare.
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.