The New 2011 Navy PRT Test
PASS THE NAVY PT TEST
All branches of the military require a physical fitness test to be admitted to their service. The US Navy PT Test is one of the most difficult out there. We will show you tips and give you hints to help you pass the US Navy PT Test.
Watch the Navy PT Test Tips on Video below, and read our tips and you will help you achieve a maximum score on the physical fitness test and be a nautical member of the United States Navy in no time!
How Can I Help?
The real reason I created this website.
I was not in the Navy but was in the Army. When I started in the military, I was always looking for good reference material to help me begin my journey. One of the most stressful parts of the military, to me anyway, was doing Physical Training (PT) and passing the PT test. I started running early as I was in delayed entry. I always thought it would be helpful to others to give them some of the reference material that I never had. You should get plenty of info from this website in not only doing the Navy PT test, but also passing it with flying colors! You don't want to go into the military unprepared and this website should help you immensely! Good luck in your journey and thank you for your service!
PASS THE NAVY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
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We help you get a perfect score of 100 and keep you in shape so you achieve a perfect record every test.
Go into basic training with the knowledge and stamina to be ahead of everyone else.
When you join the US Navy you will be able to surpass the physical demands.
Your body will be magnificent!
Navy Physical Training will no doubt increase your stamina, give your body strength and make you tougher than you have ever been.
"We take the young men and women society gives us and make sailors the fleet can use," said Capt. Craig I. Hanson, commanding officer of Recruit Training Command here. The Navy's only boot camp, Great Lakes does that 50,000 times a year and has taken pains in recent times to put a kind of double dare back into basic training.