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What FM covers Army Physical Readiness Training?
FM 7-22.
Why is physical readiness training a mandatory training requirement?
-Considered by senior leaders to be essential to individual, unit, and force readiness.
-Required by law for all individuals and units.
Who serves as the primary trainers for enlisted Soldiers, crews, and small teams?
Noncommissioned officers.
To accomplish the PRT mission, what must NCOs do?
-Identify specific tasks that PRT enhances in support of the unit’s C- or D-METL.
-Prepare, rehearse, and execute PRT.
-Evaluate PRT and conduct AARs to provide feedback to the commander.
What are the 8 tenets of train as you will fight, as they relate to PRT?
-PRT must support full spectrum operations and promote quick transitions between missions.
-PRT must support proficiency in combined arms operations and unified actions.
-PRT focus is on training the fundamentals first.
-PRT must be performance-oriented, conducted under realistic conditions, and mission focused.
-PRT should incorporate challenging, complex, ambiguous, and uncomfortable situations.
-PRT must incorporate safety and composite risk management (CRM).
-PRT must be conducted under conditions that replicate the operational environment.
-PRT must be conducted during deployments.
What are the tenets of standards-based training?
Leaders know and enforce standards.
-Leaders define success in the absence of standards.
-Leaders train to standard, not time.
What are the PRT System’s phases?
-The initial conditioning phase (prepares future Soldiers to learn and adapt to Army PRT).
-The toughening phase (develop foundational fitness and fundamental movement skills that prepare Soldiers to transition to the sustaining phase).
-The sustaining phase (develop a higher level of physical readiness required by duty position and C- or D METL).
What is the objective of reconditioning?
Reconditioning restores Soldiers’ physical fitness levels that enable them to safely re-enter the toughening or sustaining phase and progress to their previous level of conditioning.
What are the principles that the conduct of Army PRT follows?
What are the Army principles of unit training?
-Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training.
-Noncommissioned officers train individuals, crews, and small teams.
-Train to standard.
-Train as you will fight.
-Train while operating.
-Train fundamentals first.
-Train to develop adaptability.
-Understand the operational environment.
-Train to sustain.
-Train to maintain.
-Conduct multi-echelon and concurrent training.
What are the three components of training the PRT System incorporates?
What are the three types of training the PRT System incorporates?
What are some examples of on-ground training?
-Speed running.
-Sustained running.
-Resistance training.
What are some examples of off-ground training?
-High jumper.
-Power jump.
-Leg tuck.
What are the primary causes of overtraining?
Overtraining often results from a lack of adequate recovery, rest, or a lack of nutrient intake.
Once a profile is lifted, how much time is the Soldier given to train for the APFT?
Twice the time of the temporary profile, but not more than 90 days. The Soldier should take APFT at 90-day mark if out of tolerance.