FORCE Evaluation The FORCE evaluation comprises of three sections, which are as follows:Hmm…Syndicated to:
The FORCE Evaluation consists of four test components, each designed to measure different physical capabilities:
- 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.
- 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
- Rushes: 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
Thanks to a French sounding name, I’ve been spammed to ask if I can join the Primary Reserve of the Canadian Armed Forces. Guess all I have to do is pass this test: