5.2 NJROTC Physical Fitness Exercises and Qualifying Requirements

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5.2 NJROTC Physical Fitness Exercises and Qualifying Requirements

  1. 1. PHYSICAL FITNESS EXERCISES AND QUALIFYING MINIMUMS
  2. 2. LESSON TOPIC OBJECTIVES:Demonstrate the ability to performphysical fitness exercises correctly.Explain the requirements of thePhysical Fitness Test.Explain the Physical Fitness TestProcedures.
  3. 3. LESSON TOPIC OBJECTIVES : cont..Explain the scoring of the Physical FitnessTest.Explain the PFT Administration procedures.Explain the requirements for the NJROTCPhysical Fitness Ribbon.
  4. 4. Attempting to qualify for the PhysicalFitness Ribbon is not mandatory forcadets; it is an optional event.But to earn the Physical Fitness Ribbon,you must perform to the level of"Satisfactory" as outlined in the CadetReference Manual.
  5. 5. Additionally, each cadet attempting toqualify for the Physical Fitness Ribbonmust have a current sports physical andhealth risk screening on file.
  6. 6. Training Time Out (TTO)• A safety procedure• Called by students or instructors• No penalty
  7. 7. PFTREQUIREMENTS• Curl-ups• Push-ups• 1.0-mile run
  8. 8. Successful PFT You must score at least "Satisfactory" on all events. A failure on any event constitutes failure of the entire PFT.
  9. 9. Muscular EnduranceThe ability to sustain muscular contractions over a period of time without fatigue
  10. 10. Curl-ups• 1-minute time limit• May stop and rest• Must maintain position
  11. 11. CURL-UP REQUIREMENTS Percentile Scores Based on Age/Test in No. of Curl-ups in 60 seconds FemalePERFORMANCE F13 F14 F15 F16 F17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 72 72 74 77 67 100%Outstanding 46 47 48 45 44 85 %Excellent 42 42 41 40 38 70 %Good 40 40 39 37 36 60 %Satisfactory 33 34 32 32 30 35 %
  12. 12. CURL-UP REQUIREMENTS Percentile Scores Based on Age/Test in No. of Curl-ups in 60 seconds MalePERFORMANCE M13 M14 M15 M16 M17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 76 79 81 77 73 100%Outstanding 53 56 57 56 55 85 %Excellent 48 51 51 50 50 70 %Good 45 48 49 48 46 60 %Satisfactory 39 41 41 40 40 35 %
  13. 13. Push-ups
  14. 14. The body must be kepttense and straight.
  15. 15. Scores Based on Age/Test Scores in # of Push-upsevery 3 sec.Feet may not rest against immovable object.Buttocks must not be raised.Stomach must not sag.You may stop only in the UP position.
  16. 16. PUSH-UP REQUIREMENTS Percentile Scores Based on Age/Test Scores in # of Push-ups every 3 sec. FemalePERFORMANCE F13 F14 F15 F16 F17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 28 29 38 38 31 100%Outstanding 21 20 20 24 25 85 %Excellent 15 12 18 19 19 70 %Good 13 10 16 15 17 60 %Satisfactory 8 5 11 11 14 35 %
  17. 17. PUSH-UP REQUIREMENTS Percentile Scores Based on Age/Test Scores in # of Push-ups every 3 sec. MalePERFORMANCE M13 M14 M15 M16 M17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 54 52 54 62 64 100%Outstanding 39 40 42 44 53 85 %Excellent 31 30 35 36 44 70 %Good 28 25 32 32 41 60 %Satisfactory 20 20 25 25 30 35 %
  18. 18. Aerobic andCardiorespiratory Endurance• The ability to persist in physical activity, which demands the use of large amounts of oxygen• The 1.0-mile run
  19. 19. 1.0-Mile Run1. Check minimum time required in minutes and seconds for your age group.2. Any combination of running or walking is allowed.
  20. 20. MILE RUN WALK REQUIREMENTS FemalePERFORMANCE F13 F14 F15 F16 F17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 5:42 5:00 5:51 5:58 6:20 100%Outstanding 8:13 7:59 8:08 8:23 8:15 85 %Excellent 9:09 8:50 8:55 9:11 9:15 70 %Good 9:50 9:27 9:23 9:48 9:51 60 %Satisfactory 11:40 11:10 11:00 11:44 11:20 35 %
  21. 21. MILE RUN WALK REQUIREMENTS MalePERFORMANCE M13 M14 M15 M16 M17+ PERCENTILEFOR 100 POINTS: 5:40 4:30 4:42 4:49 4:46 100%Outstanding 6:50 6:26 6:20 6:08 6:06 85 %Excellent 7:20 6:59 6:48 6:33 6:32 70 %Good 7:41 7:19 7:06 6:50 6:50 60 %Satisfactory 8:54 8:30 8:08 7:53 7:35 35 %
  22. 22. Scoring the PFTScoring is based onPresidentialChallenge ScoringPercentiles. SeeCadet ReferenceManual for a detailedbreakdown by Event,Gender, and Age:
  23. 23. Cadet Challenge Performance Scoring/Ribbon EligibilityPERFORMANCE Points PERCENTILEOutstanding 85-100 85-100 %Excellent 75-84 70-84 %Good 65-74 60-69 %Satisfactory 50-64 35-59 %
  24. 24. Cadet Challenge Performance Scoring/Ribbon EligibilityPERFORMANCE Points AwardOutstanding 240 and Above Ribbon w/Gold LampExcellent 210-239 Ribbon w/Silver LampGood 180-209 Ribbon w/Bronze LampSatisfactory 150-179 Ribbon Only Perfect Score 295
  25. 25. Example of ScoringExample 1:Female age 1532 Curl-Ups =50 pts(Satisfactory)35 Push-Ups =95 pts(Outstanding)7:00 MileRun/Walk =95 pts(Outstanding)Total Score =240 pts(Outstanding)
  26. 26. Example of ScoringExample 2:Female age 1735 Curl-Ups =64 pts(Satisfactory)16 Push-Ups =64 pts(Satisfactory)9:52 MileRun/Walk =95 pts(Satisfactory)Total Score =192 pts(Good)
  27. 27. Recognition Naval science instructors are encouraged to recognize cadets who possess a high commitment to physical readi- ness and personal excellence.
  28. 28. NJROTC Physical Fitness Standardsand Required Point Scores for thePhysical Fitness Ribbon are show onpage 35 of the Cadet Reference Manual.
  29. 29. PFT ADMINISTRATIONFrequency – twice a year, in the falland springMake-up tests – with valid medicalreason, as scheduled by the SNSITest failure – must wait until thefollowing regularly scheduled testin the fall or spring
  30. 30. Requirements for PFT RibbonThe Physical Fitness ribbon will beawarded on different levels, with onlythe most recent PFT cycle countingtowards lamps worn on the ribbon.Requirements for bronze, silver, andgold lamps follow.
  31. 31. Bronze lamp – overall point scoreof "good" with minimum requirementsof satisfactory in each event Silver lamp – overall point scoreof "excellent" with minimumrequirements of satisfactory in eachevent Gold lamp – overall point scoreof "outstanding" with minimumrequirements of satisfactory in eachevent
  32. 32. Cadets who earn the PFT ribbon areencouraged to maintain or improvethe level of physical fitness with eachconsecutive PFT.If a lamp is worn on the ribbon, it willreflect the level of the most recent PFT.
  33. 33. The commander of a physical fitnessteam will wear the gold anchor on thePFT ribbon as prescribed in Unit 1 ofthe Cadet Field Manual.
  34. 34. What minimum qualificationscore must cadets earn beforethey can earn the PhysicalFitness Ribbon?
  35. 35. What minimum qualificationscore must cadets earn beforethey can earn the PhysicalFitness Ribbon?The score of “SATISFACTORY”
  36. 36. What is the purpose of a TrainingTime Out (TTO)?
  37. 37. What is the purpose of a Training Time Out (TTO)?The training time out allows cadets andinstructors concerned for theirpersonal safety, or the safety of others,to stop a physical fitness evolution,correct discrepancies, and then, ifpossible, continue with theperformance.
  38. 38. What function or purpose dopush-ups serve in the physicalfitness test?
  39. 39. What function or purpose dopush-ups serve in the physicalfitness test?The push-up test serves as anindicator of upper torso muscularendurance that is required for suchtasks as pushing, pulling, lifting andcarrying.
  40. 40. TRUE or FALSE. Failure to meetat least a score of “satisfactory”for any one of the physicalfitness requirements constitutesfailure of the entire physicalfitness test regardless of thepoints earned.
  41. 41. TRUE or FALSE. Failure to meetat least a score of “satisfactory”for any one of the physicalfitness requirements constitutesfailure of the entire physicalfitness test regardless of thepoints earned.TRUE.
  42. 42. What device recognizesoutstanding physical fitnessperformance?
  43. 43. What device recognizesoutstanding physical fitnessperformance?The gold lamp
  44. 44. How do cadets achieve a ribbonwith a silver lamp?
  45. 45. How do cadets achieve a ribbonwith a silver lamp?They have to achieve an overallpoint score of “excellent” andachieve the minimum requirementsto be satisfactory in each event.

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