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Master Sgt. Nathaniel Vallejo, 320th Missile Squadron manager of intercontinental ballistic missile training, performs as many sit-ups as he can in 60 seconds on July 3, 2021, at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. [Photo: Airman 1st Class Faith Iris MacIlvaine/Air Force]
Master Sgt. Nathaniel Vallejo, 320th Missile Squadron manager of intercontinental ballistic missile training, performs as many sit-ups as he can in 60 seconds on July 3, 2021, at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. [Photo: Airman 1st Class Faith Iris MacIlvaine/Air Force]

Out with the Old, In with the New Air Force PT Tests

The Dakotan
 January 10, 2022
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Resolving to work out more in 2022? Practice the exercises that joined the Air Force physical fitness test on Jan. 1.

In the Air Force’s first full year of regularly scheduled PT tests since 2019, it’s letting airmen mix and match the exercises they want to be judged on. Proponents hope the change will play to people’s strengths rather than pigeonholing everyone into the same three moves.

Options include a 1.5-mile run or 20-meter shuttle run for cardiovascular fitness. . . [Read the rest of this story in Air Force Times].

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