US Army Reveals New PT Test, But Is Met With Abysmal, Double-digit Percentage of FAILURES!
Are you willing to risk failing your next promotion board or schoolhouse because you weren't prepared for the new PT standards?
If you answered NO WAY to the above questions, please keep reading...
MY FRIEND - Do you know why so many soldiers failed the initial Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT)?
According to the Army Times, during the initial testing phase, 30% of males AND 84% of females FAILED the test! That's a lot of failures.
And these weren't just the paper pusher MOS'es getting tested either. No, these failures included the combat MOS'es as well.
So, I ask you again my friend:
Are you willing to risk failing your next promotion board or getting dropped from your next schoolhouse because you failed the (very hard) new Army PT test?
Look, I know the answer is that you don't want to fail the PT test. No one does, but let me tell you a quick story anyway:
When I was serving in the 75th Ranger Regiment I saw an E6 (staff sergeant) get RFS'd (released for standards) for failing too many PT tests. I mean, the man had 8 or 9 combat deployments, but they still kicked him out for letting himself get out of shape and failing too many PT tests.
The moral of the story:
Please don't get kicked out of your unit for failing PT tests. That's in your control.
Alright, now that we got that heart felt story out of the way, let me introduce you to the awesome workout plan that can help you sky rocket your PT scores for the new test.
The Army Combat Fitness Test
6 Week Workout Plan.
In this workout plan you'll discover:
30 workouts all soldiers should be doing right now, in order to destroy the new (and very challenging) Army PT test
- How to workout in less than 60 minutes per day, but still see BIG improvements in your PT scores
A secret, but kind of simple, way to make sure that your workouts get harder as you get better/stronger/and faster
How to crush these workouts even if you're stuck doing your unit's (sometimes weird) workouts during the duty day
Why still doing only pushups, situps, and running is an almost surefire guarantee that you'll fail the new PT test - (and just what you should do differently)
- How to quickly re-adjust and re-calibrate if you do fail the PT test, so you can successfully pass the next one without getting your permanent record flagged (or getting kicked out of your unit)
Anyway, here's the bottom line:
Like it or not, the Army is changing their official PT test. And, like it or not, the new test is actually quite a butt kicker.
So, here's the deal:
I don't want to see you fail a PT test my friend. So, I'll send you the ACFT 6 Week Workout Plan to use and tryout. The cost to you, just $24.95.
And honestly, that seems like a small price to pay to make sure you've stacked the deck in your favor when it comes time to take your next official (for record) PT test.
Best of all, the ACFT Workout Plan comes with my ironclad money back guarantee.