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 Initial Fitness Assessment (IFA)

 

 

The previous mandatory physical requirements of the Initial Fitness Assessment (IFA) are no longer tested; the responsibility of being physically ready for recruit training is solely the responsibility of the Future Sailor. Participating in a physical fitness program while in the Delayed Entry Program (DEP) is strictly voluntary.

Your Recruiter shall provide you with the physical fitness requirements at boot-camp. The chart below is from the previously required fitness requirements for Future Sailors. The follwing is the minimum requirements for Age and Gender specific fitness levels.

 

 

Male - Female Initial Fitness Recommendation Chart


Male                                       Female
17-19 Years of Age                       17-19 Years of Age
Sit-ups 50                                   Sit-ups 50
Push-ups 42                                 Push-ups 19
1.5 Mile Run 12:30                        1.5 Mile Run 15:00
 

 

Male                                         Female
20-24 Years of Age                       20-24 Years of Age
Sit-ups 46                                   Sit-ups 46
Push-ups 37                                 Push-ups 16
1.5 Mile Run 13:30                        1.5 Mile Run 15:30

 

 

Male                                         Female
25-29 Years of Age                        25-29 Years of Age
Sit-ups 43                                    Sit-ups 43
Push-ups 34                                 Push-ups 13
1.5 Mile Run 14:00                         1.5 Mile Run 16:08

 

 

Male                                         Female
30-34 Years of Age                        30-34 Years of Age
Sit-ups 40                                    Sit-ups 40
Push-ups 31                                  Push-ups 11
1.5 Mile Run 14:30                          1.5 Mile Run 16:45p

 

 

 

 

SEALs and EOD Techs are qualified in diving, parachuting, and are experts at combat swimming, navigation, demolitions, weapons, and many other skills. In addition to the maritime environment, they also train in the desert, the jungle, in cold
weather, and in urban surroundings

 

 

 

 

 

Competitive PST scores

500 yard swim 10:00 min
Push-up 79
Sit- ups 79
Pull-ups 11 (dead hang)
1.5 miles 10:20

 

PRT Scoring

 

The Navy PFT score is determined by averaging the scores of the three fitness events. To find the average, we add the scores together, then divide by 3. 85 + 65 + 55 = 205. 205/3 = 68. This sailor would receive a PRT score of 68, which we can see on the below chart is categorized as "Good (Medium)." To graduate boot camp, a sailor needs an overall category of "Good (Low)," which means their average in three events must be 60 points or greater.

 

Performance Points Curl-Ups Push-Ups 1.5 Mile Run 500 Yd Swim 450 M Swim
Category Level
Outstanding High 100 109 92 8:15
6:30
6:20
Outstanding Medium 95 107 91 8:45
6:45
6:35
Outstanding Low 90 102 86 9:00
7:15
7:05
Excellent High 85 98 82 9:15
7:45
7:35
Excellent Medium 80 93 79 9:30
8:15
8:05
Excellent Low 75 90 76 9:45
8:30
8:20
Good High 70 81 68 10:00
9:15
9:05
Good Medium 65 71 60 10:30
10:30
10:20
Good Low 60 62 51 11:00
11:15
11:05
Satisfactory High 55 59 49 12:00
11:45
11:35
Satisfactory Medium 50 54 46 12:15
12:15
12:05
Probationary 45 50 42 12:30
12:45
12:35


Note: This table is the Male Qualification standards

 

 

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