Guides leaders through a systematic approach to training, consisting of an ordered, comprehensive assemblage of facts, principles and methods for training soldiers and units. Provides a balanced training program that prepares soldiers for successful task performance and provides linkage to other training. Injury control is woven into the training's fabric by recommended exercise intensity, volume, specificity and recovery within its progressive training schedules. Sample schedules provide the commander a doctrinal template that can be applied to the unit's training needs. Append.: Physical Fitness Test; Climbing Bars; Posture and Body Mechanics; Environ. Considerations; Obstacle Negotiations. Numerous photos. This is a print on demand pub.The supplemental PRT session focus for overweight Soldiers who perform unit PRT is on low-impact activities and resistance training to achieve caloric expenditure, build lean muscle mass and promote optimal fat loss. Aim for 20 to 60anbsp;...
|Title||:||Army Physical Readiness Training Manual|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-05|