|Agility Run||17.8 sec||15.2 sec|
|Standing Long Jump||195 cm||277 cm|
|Agility Run||19.4 sec||16.2 sec|
|Standing Long Jump||146 cm||229 cm|
- RMC Physical Performance Test (RMC PPT).
- As part of the program, the students are being physically assessed two times a year. The completed evaluation is being scored out of 500 points where each item is worth a maximum of 100 points. A minimum of 250 points is required to successfully complete the RMC PPT. Five physical fitness components are evaluated through different testing items: the 2.4km Run, push-ups, agility run, sit-ups and a standing long jump.
- 2.4km Run - The Aerobic Component.
- This portion consists of running 3 laps of an 800m course in the fastest time possible. Minimum RMC standards: Male - 10:34, female - 12:12.
- Push-ups - The Upper Body Muscle Endurance Component.
- During the test the candidates are required to perform their maximum push-up repetitions. There is no time limit and the push-up execution must comply with the Canadian Armed Forces push-up protocol. Minimum RMC standards: Male - 28 reps, females - 14 reps. (Refer to Annex F RMC Push-up Programme)
- Agility Run - The Speed Component.
- This test consists of sprinting 6 x 9 m by weaving around four obstacles (chairs) without touching any of them. Two trials are permitted and the best result is compiled. Minimum RMC standards: Male - 17.8 seconds, female - 19.4 seconds.
- Sit-ups - The Mid-core Muscle Endurance Component.
- This test consists of a two minute evaluation during which the candidates must perform their maximum repetitions of sit-ups according to Canadian Forces protocol. Minimum RMC standards: Male - 35 reps, female - 35 reps.
- Standing Long Jump - The Leg Power Component.
- The candidates are required to jump from both feet without hopping. Two trials are permitted and the best result is compiled. Minimum RMC standards: Male - 195 cm, female - 146 cm.
The FORCE evaluation comprises of three sections, which are as follows:
- A health appraisal questionnaire where the candidates complete a health appraisal evaluation and the evaluator records vitals (heart rate and blood pressure).
- An operational fitness evaluation. Four job related simulations are evaluated during the FORCE evaluation.
- An exercise prescription where the evaluator provides the candidates with a program detailing the activity frequency, duration, intensity and rate of progression.
The FORCE Evaluation consists of four test components, each designed to measure different physical capabilities:
- Sandbag Lift:
- 30 consecutive lifts of a 20 kg sandbag above a height of 91.5 cm, alternating between left and right sandbags separated by 1.25 m. Standard: 3 min 30 sec Intermittent
- Loaded Shuttles:
- Using the 20 m lines, complete ten shuttles (1 shuttle = 20 m there, 20 m back), alternating between a loaded shuttle with a 20 kg sandbag and an unloaded shuttle, for a total of 400 m. Standard: 5 min 21 sec 20-metre
- Starting from prone, complete two shuttle sprints (1 shuttle = 20 m there, 20 m back) dropping to a prone position every 10m, for a total of 80 m. Standard: 51 sec
- Sandbag Drag:
- Carry one 20 kg sandbag and pull four on the floor over 20 m without stopping. Standard: Complete without stopping
If a member has not met the minimum fitness standards, a re-test can be attempted three months later.