Spartan Race World Champion CPT Robert Killian demonstrates proper form for the burpee, a great way to build muscle strength and cardio fitness. Want to see if you're ready for the Army's fitness test? Get started: http://bit.ly/2xMFNUv
The Killian Bag is a great fitness tool even if you're deployed! Best of all: it's made using simple materials that any Soldier will have on hand. Learn more about the National Guard: http://bit.ly/2xMFNUv
Lower-body strength is an important component of the Occupational Physical Assessment Test (OPAT). Start practicing your standing long jump now. This is just the beginning. To get a sense of the fitness training you'll experience, reach out to us: http://bit.ly/2xMFNUv
Sit against the wall and throw a medicine ball as far as you can. That’s what’s known as the seated power throw, a measure of your upper body strength. It’s part of the Occupational Physical Assessment Test (OPAT), which all new recruits take. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2xMFNUv
How hard are you willing to fight for what you want? You’ll find out early in the Guard, beginning with your physical fitness tests. Can you find the strength to complete one more sit-up? In addition to the Occupational Physical Assessment Test, you'll also push yourself with the Army Physical Fitness Test. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2xMFNUv
When you join the Army National Guard, your family has access to a wide range of support. Family Readiness Groups are just one way we take care of our Soldiers and their families. See what's available to you: http://bit.ly/2v738P8
The training starts the moment you arrive and increases in intensity as you move downrange. Everything that happens here is designed to prepare you for your chosen Guard career, and to make sure you don’t quit.