Curious about the army fitness tests of other countries? What are the fitness requirements like for foreign soldiers and how do they compare to yours? Explore this list of army fitness tests from 26 countries — inside the continents of Asia, Australia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.

Check out the overview, which summarises the common requirements, compares the differences, and highlights strange test requirements. Otherwise, use the table of contents to skip to the country you’re most interested in.

Army Fitness Tests Overview: Observations & Comparisons

Soldiers are the modern version of historical ninja and samurai. They have to be fit for physically-demanding tasks and warfare. That is why every army has fitness requirements for both potential recruits and active-duty soldiers.

Where available, I’ve listed army fitness tests that are conducted for active-duty soldiers. Tests for potential recruits are generally lower in standards and would make the comparison unfair. Also, I’ve prioritised fitness tests for the average soldier, instead of tests for special forces and specific units.

The 2 Army Fitness Test Types: Army task-simulations vs Conventional exercises

There seem to be two types of army fitness tests. One evaluates a soldier’s fitness by simulating common tasks performed in the line of active duty. The other assess a soldier through common endurance, aerobic and strength exercises.

Examples of task-simulation include loading a weighted ammo box or carrying Jerry cans over specific distances. Both the Canadian and UK army fitness tests are direct evaluations of a soldier’s physical capability. The US Army’s new test (OPAT) is a hybrid of the two.

An example of endurance, aerobic and strength exercises are push ups, pull ups, crunches and running.

Task simulation tests are less common, as they are a new development.

3 Common Exercises in Most Conventional Fitness Tests (and others)

Many army fitness tests include three standard components:

  • push ups
  • situps (or crunches)
  • run.

These exercises evaluate arm strength, core strength and endurance (or aerobic fitness).

The countries that use these three exercises as test components are USA, Singapore, Philippines, Australia, China, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan and Sweden.

There are, of course, more components than these three exercises.

Beep Test and Shuttle Run

Another common component in several countries is the beep test or shuttle run. These are meant to test progressive endurance, reaction time and coordination.

Sense of Balance

Out of all the countries, India and Switzerland test soldiers for their sense of balance. The Swiss balance component is especially intriguing (refer to Switzerland, under the guidelines tab).

Ergometer Gym Bicycle

Finally, several European countries (especially Nordic ones) include Ergometer test as a test component. This test assesses a soldier’s oxygen uptake capacity.

How hard is the army fitness test?

Leopard crawl

It depends. Most army tests are comparable.

Some countries use a pass-or-fail standard that only requires you to perform a bare minimum number of exercise reps. These are generally easier to pass.

Others divide passes into different grades. Needless to say, getting an excellent grade is tougher.

Even though – for ego’s sake – it’s tempting to compare armies based on their fitness requirements, it paints a really flawed comparison.

For instance, the Italian Army’s recruitment standards are easy to meet. But there is no doubt that once a recruit becomes a soldier, his/her fitness level would rise exponentially.

Logen's IPPT Past Scores
Logen’s scores reflected in MINDEF’s NS Portal

Lastly, several nations use citizen militias. Because of mandatory service for everyone, passing standards are understandably lower.

Experience with Singapore’s army fitness test

Because I am part of the army reserve, I have to take a fitness test annually. I’ve been awarded Gold for my past two tests and found it easy to pass because I cross-train.

However, the old test system (with 6 test components) was tough even for me. My weakness was in standing broad jumps.

Note: I have yet to take 2016’s test due to my shoulder injury.

Here are the army fitness tests used by 26 nations in the world. Let me know how you think you’d fare.

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26 Countries’ Army Fitness Tests & Requirements

#1. Australia – Basic Fitness Assessment

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) uses various fitness assessments to measure its soldiers’ physical fitness. The most relevant one is the Basic Fitness Assessment (BFA). Active personnel take this test every 6 months.

The BFA’s scoring system is simple – you either pass or fail. Passes are NOT divided into grade classes such as Gold, Silver, Bronze.

Test Components – Australia Basic Fitness Assessment (BFA)

  • Push ups
  • Situps
  • 2.4km run (1.5 mile run)
  • 5km walk (3.1 miles; only for soldiers older than 40; to be used in lieu of 2.4km run)

Guidelines – Australian Army Physical Fitness Test

The ADF situps are different from regular situps. Their situp method prevents you from using your hip flexors or head as leverage. This eliminates cheating by using any other muscles than your core.

Take a look at the video instructions.

Score Chart – Australia’s Basic Fitness Assessment (BFA)

The pass-or-fail standards differ among age groups and gender. Refer to the table for men and women below.

AgePush ups (reps)Sit ups (reps)2.4km / 1.5mile run (min:sec)5km / 3.1 mile walk (min:sec)
17 to 25407011:18
26 to 30356511:48
31 to 35306012:18
36 to 40255012:42
41 to 45203513:1244:00
46 to 50102513:4845:00
51 to 5562014:3045:00
56 to 6051515:3050:00
AgePush ups (reps)Sit ups (reps)2.4km/1.5mile run (min:sec)5km/3.1mile walk (min:sec)
17 to 25217013:30
26 to 30186514:00
31 to 35156014:30
36 to 40105015:00
41 to 4573515:3045:00
46 to 5032516:0047:00
51 to 5532016:3047:00
56 to 6031517:0052:00

Note: 11:18 means 11 minutes 18 seconds

Others – PFA

Here is the Pre-enlistment Fitness Assessment (PFA), different than the BFA. This test is for potential recruits.

For more fitness-related tests of the ADF, refer to this document.

#2. Belgium

The Belgian Army uses a three-component fitness test for potential recruits. I have no further information on annual fitness tests for active-duty soldiers.

Test Components – Belgium Army Fitness Test

  • Situps (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Push-ups (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Treadmill walking test

Test Guidelines – Belgium Army Fitness Test

All the test components are self-explanatory (except the treadmill test).

For the treadmill walking test, start with a 1-minute warm-up walk at 3 to 6 km per hour.

The test begins at 6 km per hour. Speed is increased by 0.3 km per hour every 30 seconds until it reaches 14.4 km/hour. The test lasts no more than 18 minutes and 30 seconds, with the last 3 minutes used for recovery/cool down.

Score Chart – Belgium Army Fitness Test

The push-ups and sit-ups components each account for 10% of the score (20% when combined). The treadmill walking test accounts for 80% of the points.

Push Ups
0Below 30
Sit Ups
0Below 23Below 11
Treadmill Walking Test
SpeedPoint (Male)Point (Female)
under 8.700

(retrieved from this document)

#3. Canada – FORCE Evaluation

The Fitness for Operational Requirements of CF Employment (FORCE) assesses the Canadian Forces’ operational fitness. It partly simulates common army duties, and replaces the CF EXPRES Test.

Test Components – FORCE (a.k.a. Canada’s Army Fitness Test)

  • Sandbag Lift
  • Intermittent Loaded Shuttles
  • Sandbag Drag
  • 20-metre Rushes

Guidelines – FORCE (a.k.a. Canada’s Army Fitness Test)

Sandbag LiftLift 20kg sandbag to the height of one metre for 30 consecutive times within 3 minutes 30 seconds.
Intermittent Loaded ShuttlesShuttle back and forth 10 times for a distance of 20m per shuttle. Alternate between carrying a 20kg sandbag and not carrying anything each shuttle. This needs to be completed within 5 minutes 21 seconds.
Sandbag DragWhile carrying a 20kg sandbag, drag at least four sandbags over 20m without stopping within 51 seconds.
20 metre RushesComplete 2 shuttle sprints – 20m back and forth, starting from a prone position. Drop into a prone position every 10m.

More details here.

Score Chart – FORCE (a.k.a. Canada’s Army Fitness Test)

Calculate your FORCE test score with this calculator.

Others – CF EXPRES Test

Before the FORCE Test, the Canadian Forces used the CF EXPRES Test. More information can be found here.

#4. China – 中国人民解放军军人体能标准

The People’s Republic of China assesses its soldiers’ fitness with the People’s Liberation Army’s Soldier Physical Fitness Standards (中国人民解放军军人体能标准). This test applies to conventional soldiers, and not personnel from special units.

According to secondary sources, China updated the standards at the end of 2006. So, the information here may be outdated.

Test Components – 军人体能标 (Soldier’s Physical Standards)

  • Push-ups
  • Sit-ups
  • 10m x 5 back-and-forth sprints
  • 3km run (1.86mile)

China’s army fitness test has a height requirement component for soldiers. However, I have omitted that because it is not a test of fitness.

Score Chart – 军人体能标 (a.k.a. China’s Army Fitness Test)

Age Groups Up To 39
Age25 and below25 to 2930 to 3434 to 39
10m x 5 (back and forth)27 secs32 secs28 secs33 secs29 secs35 secs31 secs38 secs
3km run (min:sec)13:4017:0014:3017:3015:0018:0016:0019:00
Age Groups 40 To 59
Age40 to 4445 to 4950 to 5455 to 59
Push ups20515410352
Sit ups25152010156105
10m x 5 (back and forth)33 secs42 secs38 secs47 secs43 secs53 secs48 secs55 secs
3km run (min:sec)18:0021:0020:0023:0022:0025:0024:0026:00

#5. Denmark – Core Test & Danish Armed Forces Physical Fitness Test

Compared to other Nordic armies, the Royal Danish Army has a greater number of fitness test components. Two tests are used to measure their soldiers’ physical fitness – the Core Test and the Danish Armed Forces Physical Test (DAFPT).

Soldiers in the Army need to complete all test components in the DAFPT; Air Force and Navy soldiers are exempt from Block D tests of the DAFPT (refer to the score tab to gain an understanding).

Scores are categorized into various grades.

Test Components of 2 Danish Army Fitness Tests – The Core Test & DAFPT

Core Test
  • Back
  • 90° Static Sit-up
  • Side bridge Left/Right
  • Backbridge Left/Right
  • Lunges
Danish Armed Forces Physical Test
  • 12-Minute Run (Distance run in 12 minutes)
  • Yo-Yo UH 1 (20m Shuttle-Run)
  • YO-YO IR 1 (20m Shuttle-Run with Pauses)
  • The Danish Military Speed Test
  • Lunges (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • Dips (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Pull-Ups (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Dead-lifts (maximum in 1 minute)
  • The Plank

Please refer to pages 26 to 31 of Physical Fitness Tests in the Nordic Armed Forces (01/2011) to learn how to perform the exercises in both tests.

Core Test Score

Grade 3 and above are acceptable.

Test Components/Grade54321
Back165 sec.150 sec.135 sec.120 sec.105 sec.
90°Static Sit-up135 sec.120 sec.105 sec.90 sec.75 sec.
Side bridge Left/Right120 sec.105 sec.90 sec.75 sec.60 sec.
Backbridge Left/Right90 sec.75 sec.60 sec.45 sec.30 sec.
Lunges (20kg)60 reps.50 reps.40 reps.30 reps.20 reps.

(Data retrieved from this document)

Danish Armed Forces Physical Test (Grade 5 To 3)

Block CategoryTest Components543
Block A12-Minute Run (Distance run in 12 minutes)3000m2850m2750m
Yo-Yo UH 1 (20m Shuttle-Run)14.6sec13.2sec12.8sec
Block BYO-YO IR 1 (20m Shuttle-Run with Pauses)19.4sec18.3sec17.5sec
Danish Military Speed Test66 rounds63 rounds60 rounds
Block CLunges (maximum in 2 min)40 rep

40 rep


Dips (maximum in 1 min)8rep



Pull-Ups (maximum in 1 min)8rep



Dead-lifts (maximum in 1 min)8rep



The Plank120sec



Block DInformation omitted – these are obstacle course and marching related tests

Danish Armed Forces Physical Test (Grade 2 To 0)

Block CategoryTest Components210
Block A12 Minute Run (Distance run in 12 minutes)2550m2400m2150m
Yo-Yo UH 1 (20m Shuttle-Run)11.2sec9.11sec8.8sec
Block BYO-YO IR 1 (20m Shuttle-Run with Pauses)15.6sec14.6sec11.2sec
The Danish Military Speed Test58 rounds54 rounds49 rounds
Block CLunges (maximum in 2 min)30rep



Dips (maximum in 1 min)4rep



Pull-Ups (maximum in 1 min)4rep



Dead-lifts (maximum in 1 min)6rep



The Plank120sec


Information omitted – these are obstacle course and marching-related tests
Block DInformation omitted – these are obstacle course and marching related tests

(Data retrieved from this document)

#6. Finland – Fitness Test

The Finnish Defence Forces (FDF) holds a compulsory annual fitness test for all its professional soldiers. The scores are graded based on the soldier’s level of fitness.

Test Components – Finland’s Army Fitness Test

Core Test

  • 12-minute Run (Bicycle Ergometer Test or The UKK Walk Test for over 45 years old)
  • Sit-ups (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Push-ups (maximum in 1 minute)
  • Standing Long Jump
  • BMI/Waist circumference

Even though the BMI/Waist circumference is not an exercise, it is a measure of body fat (related to fitness). That’s why I’ve included it.

All exercises are self-explanatory except the following:

12 Minute RunMeasures maximum distance covered in a 12 minute time frame.
Bicycle Ergometer Test & UKK WalkTwo separate tests for maximal oxygen uptake (better explanation on page 39 and 41.

Refer to Appendix 1 on page 73 of Physical Fitness Tests in the Nordic Armed Forces (01/2011). The scoring matrix is far too long to include in this section.

#7. Germany – Basis Fitness Test

The German Army (Deutsches Heer) holds the Basis (Basic) Fitness Test to assess the physical fitness of its soldiers. This test uses a scoring matrix to distinguish quality of passes.

Test Components – Basis Fitness Test (German Army Fitness Test)

  • 11 × 10-m sprint test
  • Pull up hang
  • 1km (0.62mile) run or 3km (1.86mile) on gym bike

Guidelines – Basis Fitness Test (German Army Fitness Test)

The running and bicycling components are self-explanatory.

11 × 10-m sprint testFirst of all, start from a prone position at the starting line and run 10 metres to the end. Run back and return to prone position with the hands at the back. Repeat this 11 times.
Pull up hangPull up so that your chin is above the bar and hold it there for the maximum duration you can.

For illustrations refer to page 17 of Ausbildung und Erhalt der individuellen Grundfertigkeiten und der Körperlichen Leistungsfähigkeit.

Score Chart – Basis Fitness Test (German Army Fitness Test)

The following table merely displays the passing standards. Find out your actual score using the scoring matrix only if you meet the passing standards below.

ComponentPassing Requirement
11 × 10-m sprint testcomplete in 60 seconds
Pull up hang (chin above bar)at least 5 seconds
1km run or 3km on gym bikemaximum 6 minutes 30 seconds (for either)

For the full score matrix refer to Ausbildung und Erhalt der individuellen Grundfertigkeiten und der Körperlichen Leistungsfähigkeit (refer to page 27 to 29, section 5.4.9 Basispunktetabelle zum BFT).

Assuming you can’t read in German, here are some key terms:

  • 11 × 10 m-Sprinttest refers to the 11 × 10 m Sprint test.
  • Klimmhang refers to the pull up hang
  • 1000-m-Lauf refers to the 1km run
  • Zeit (Sek.) means Time (Sec.); Punkte means Points.

#8. India – Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

The Indian Army’s Physical Fitness Test (PFT) assess potential recruits’ fitness standards. However, I can’t find further information for active personnel.

The PFT distinguishes recruits’s fitness standards into two groups – Group 1 being better than Group 2.

Test Components – India’s Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

  • 1.6km run (1 mile)
  • Pull-ups
  • Balance (walking on a balancing beam)
  • 9-feet ditch (jumping across the ditch)

Guidelines – Indian Army’s Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

The video above shows how the Indian Army fitness test is conducted.

Score Chart – Indian Army’s Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

The scoring system distinguishes passing marks into groups 1 and 2. The first group is superior in fitness to the second.

TestSoldiers (others)Soldiers (general duty)
1.6 km runGroup 1: 05:40 and below – 60 marksGroup 2: 05:41 to 6:20 – 48 marksFail: 06:21 and aboveGroup 1: 05:40 and below – 60 marksGroup 2: 05:41 to 6:00 – 48 marksFail: 06:00 and above
Pull ups10 and above pull ups: 40 marks9 pull ups: 33 marks8 pull ups: 27 marks7 pull ups: 21 marks6 pull ups: 16 marks10 and above pull ups: 40 marks9 pull ups: 33 marks8 pull ups: 27 marks7 pull ups: 21 marks6 pull ups: 16 marks
BalanceEither pass or fail (need to pass)Either pass or fail (need to pass)
9 feet ditchEither pass or fail (need to pass)Either pass or fail (need to pass)

Note: Additional 1.6km run time provisions for various terrains exist. Refer to this for additional information. (05:40 refers to 05 mins 40 seconds)

#9. Republic of Ireland – Fitness Test

What is the Irish Army fitness test?

The Irish Defense Forces (of the Republic of Ireland) uses a pass-or-fail-only standard, with no scores to distinguish passes. Only the running standards differ between male and female soldiers.

Test Components – Irish Defense Forces Fitness Test

  • Push-ups* (within 1 minute)
  • Sit-ups (within 1 minute)
  • 2.4km run (1.5mile)

*Female soldiers are allowed to do modified push ups.

Score Chart – Irish Defense Forces Fitness Test


Push ups (max in 1 min)Sit ups (max in 1 min)2.4km run (1.5 mile)

#10. Israel – בוחן בר-אור

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) uses the Bar Or Test (בוחן בר-אור) to assess the fitness of its soldiers. The test was designed by Professor Oded Bar Or, which explains the test’s name.

Test Components – בוחן בר-אור (Bar-Or Test)

  • Pull-ups (max – no time limit)
  • Dips (max – no time limit)
  • 3km run (1.86mile)

Score Chart – Bar-Or (a.k.a. Israel Army Fitness Test)

Pull up & Dips

The pull-up and dips component uses a pass-or-fail requirement. Not meeting the below requirements results in immediate failure of the Bar Or Test.

  • Pull-ups: At least 11
  • Dips: At least 18
3km Run

The 3km run is scored according to this table.


#11. Japan – 自衛隊体力検定

The Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) uses the following fitness test (自衛隊体力検定) to measure their soldiers’ fitness standards. Source data was last updated in 2007.

Test Components – 自衛隊体力検定 (A.k.a. Japan’s Army Fitness Test)

According to Physical Fitness Measurement Practice Standards of Aviation Self-Defense Forces (Notice), the fitness test is separated into two measurement sets.

Physical Fitness Measurement 1
  • Push-ups (maximum in 2 mins)
  • Sit-ups (maximum in 2 mins)
  • 3km run (1.86mile)
Physical Fitness Measurement 2
  • Running long jump
  • Pull-ups (inclined pull-ups for female soldiers)
  • Softball toss (180g ball)

Score Chart – 自衛隊体力検定 (A.k.a. Japan’s Army Fitness Test)

If you are interested in the scoring matrix, please subscribe to the email list at the end of the article. I’m working on translating the entire matrix.

Physical Fitness Measurement 1 (Award)
Physical Fitness Measurement 2 (Award)
Sample scores for male soldier below the age of 25
Grade 1Other Grade ClassesLowest Grade in Score Matrix
Pushups82 and aboveIn process of translation21
Sit ups80 and above30
3km run10.38 and above16:20
Running long jump5m 10 cm360cm
Pull up17 and above3
Softball toss60m and above30m

(Data compiled from 新体力テスト・体力検定対比表 and 航空自衛官の体力測定実施基準について通達))

#12. Italy

Since the Italian Army’s (Esercito Italiano’s) annual fitness test details cannot be found, the recruitment fitness assessment is included instead. This is a straightforward pass-or-fail test.

Test Components – Recruitment Fitness Test

What does the Italian army fitness test involve?
  • Push-ups (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • Crunches (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • 1km run (0.62mile)

Score Chart

The Italian Army uses a pass-fail standard with no graded distinctions in passes.

Push ups86
1km run5.456.15

(data retrieved from the Italian Ministry of Defense document)

#13. Luxembourg

The physical fitness test of the Luxembourg Army has six components and is assumed to be a recruitment standard.

Test Components – Luxembourg Army Recruitment Fitness Test

  • Seated 3kg ball throw
  • Sit-ups
  • Standing long jump
  • 24 metres course
  • Push-ups
  • 2.4km run (1.5mile)

Guidelines – Luxembourg Army Recruitment Fitness Test

Every component is self-explanatory, except for the following.

Seated 3kg ball throw

Assumed to be similar to the Swiss Army ball throw.

24 metres course

24 metres course require the soldier to lie behind the starting line in a prone position, head facing the finishing line. Then get up and sprint to the end.

Score Chart – Luxembourg Army Recruitment Fitness Test

Points20 points10 points1 point
3kg Ball ThrowMale7.10m or more5.20m or more3.50m or more
Female6.20m or more4.90m or more2.80m or more
Sit ups (2min)Male74 or more45 or more20 or more
Female68 or more39 or more18 or more
Standing long jumpMale2.50m or more2.00m or more1.55m or more
Female2.40m or more1.90m or more1.45m or more
24 metres courseMale4.2 sec or more5.2 sec or more5.8 sec or more
Female4.4 sec or more5.4 sec or more6.0 sec or more
Push ups (2mins)Male64 or more36 or more18 or more
Female39 or more24 or more10 or more
2.4km run (min:sec)Male09:45 or faster12:15 or faster14:30 or faster
Female11:05 or faster13:35 or faster15:50 or faster

#14. Netherlands

The Royal Netherlands Army conducts a mandatory fitness test – Defensie Conditie Proef (DCP). This is an annual fitness test that was first implemented in 2009.

Test Components – Defensie Conditie Proef (A.K.A. Netherlands Army Fitness test)

  • Push-ups
  • Sit-ups
  • 12-minute run test

Score Chart – Passing Standards of Defensie Conditie Proef (A.K.A. Netherlands Army Fitness test)

Push up score
Age groupMaleFemale
30 and under2010
31 to 35188
36 to 40166
41 to 45145
46 to 50124
51 to 55103
56 to 6082
61 and older61
Sit up score
Age groupMaleFemale
30 and under3020
31 to 352717
36 to 402414
41 to 452111
46 to 50188
51 to 55155
56 to 601222
61 and older90
12-minute run test
Age groupMaleFemale
30 and under2400m1900m
31 to 352300m1800m
36 to 402200m1700m
41 to 452100m1600m
46 to 502000m1500m
51 to 551900m1400m
56 to 601800m1300m
61 and older1700m1200m

(retrieved from Defensie Fit)

#15. New Zealand – Ongoing Fitness Requirement

The New Zealand Army (NZ Army) has several fitness testing requirements. The one most relevant to this list is the Ongoing Fitness Requirement (OFR), since its a semi-annual army fitness test.

Test Components – Ongoing Fitness Requirement (New Zealand’s Army Fitness Test)

  • 2.4km run (1.5 miles)
  • Curl-ups
  • Press-ups (aka. push-ups)

Score Chart – Ongoing Fitness Requirement (New Zealand’s Army Fitness Test)

The score tables below only include test standards for soldiers aged 25 years-old and below. While the NZ Army fitness test makes allowances for soldiers older than that, this information is not available.

Passing scores are distinguished into: the 100 Club, Grade 1 and Grade 2 (in the order of descending fitness standard).

2.4km runCurl upsPress ups
MaleRequired Fitness Level:

100 Club: 08.00
Grade 1: 10.00
Grade 2: 10.30
Required Fitness Level:

100 Club: 130
Grade 1: 66
Grade 2: 60
Required Fitness Level:

100 Club: 55
Grade 1: 30
Grade 2: 28
FemaleRequired Fitness Level:

100 Club: 10.05
Grade 1: 11.50
Grade 2: 12.20
Required Fitness Level:

100 Club: 118
Grade 1: 55
Grade 2: 50
Required Fitness Level:

100 Club: 36
Grade 1: 15
Grade 2: 14

#16. Norway

The Norwegian Armed Forces grade its physical fitness standards on a scale of 0 to 6. The current test is slated to be replaced in January 2017. Refer to the tab: Others – New Test 2017.

Test Components – Norway’s Army Fitness Test

  • 3km run (1.86mile)
  • Pull-ups (inclined pull-ups for women)
  • Sit-ups
  • Push-ups

Guidelines – Norway’s Army Fitness Test

Please refer to pages 49 to 50 of Physical Fitness Tests in the Nordic Armed Forces (01/2011) to learn how to perform the components.

Score Chart – Norway’s Army Fitness Test

Test scores are classified on a scale of 0 to 6 (6 being the best and 2 being the passing grade).

3km run11:0012:0013:0014:0015:0016:00above 16:00
Pull ups14129642below 2
Sit-ups705846342010below 10
Push-ups45393224169below 9
3km run12:0013:0014:3015:3016:3017:30above 17:30
Inclined pull-ups201612853below 3
Sit-ups705846342010below 10
Push-ups26221814106below 6

What does the new army fitness test involve?

  • 3km run (where conditions are bad to conduct the 3km, the Bip test will be given)
  • Strength tests (10kg medicine ball throw, standing long jump and pull-ups)
  • 200m swim (No time requirement)

Calculation of scores and video guidelines available here. Test will only be rolled out on 1 January 2017.

#17. Philipines – Army Physical Fitness Test

The Army Physical Fitness Test components and standards for the Philippines Army may not be accurate. I have inferred it based on the year 2008 standards and other updated news sources.

The old test is included in the Others – Old Test tab below.

Test Components – Philipines Army Physical Fitness Test

  • Push-ups (max in 2 mins)
  • Sit-ups (max in 2 mins)
  • 2km run* (1.24mile)

According to PhilStar, the 3.2km run has been replaced with a 2km run component.

Score Chart – Philipines Army Physical Fitness Test

The full scoring system is assumed to be same the as the old test (refer to the Others – Old Test tab), except for the run. The 2km run test requirement was retrieved from PhilStar’s report.

2km Test Requirement
  • Male (under 21 years old): 12.30
  • Female (under 21 years old): 14.00

The time requirement is adjusted for older soldiers.

  • Male (aged 52 to 56): 21.10
  • Female (aged 52 to 56): 22.50

Others – Old Test

The standards for the old test are for soldier recruits (aged 17 to 22 years-old).

Push ups (max in 2 mins)3525
Sit ups (max in 2 mins)3025
3.2km run (2 miles)19.0021.00

This is based on the Philippines Military Academy requirements for recruits (dated 2010) and Bald Runner’s blog recounting his APFT Challenge in 2008. Standards for those above 22 years of age are unknown.

#18. Poland

The Polish Land Forces (Wojska Lądowe) uses the following test to evaluate the fitness standard of its soldiers.

Test Components – Polish Army Fitness Test

  • 3km (1.86mile – male)/1km (0.62mile – female)
  • Pull ups (male)/Inclined pull ups (female)
  • Sit ups
  • 10 x 10m shuttle run (male)/zig-zag run (female)

Guidelines – Polish Army Fitness Test

All components are self-explanatory except the 10 x 10 shuttle run and zig-zag run.

10 x 10m shuttle run

Begin at the beep. Run towards the flag at the end (10m away) and circle back to the starting line. Repeat this five times.

Zig-zag Run

Complicated to prepare and replicate.

Score Chart – Polish Army Fitness Test

Since there are separate scores for different groups, I have added the lowest standard for soldiers below. Special unit grades were omitted and can be found here (original language: Polish).

The score is calculated by getting the arithmetic mean (average) of the individual component’s grade.

  1. 4.51 or more – very good
  2. 3.51 to 4.50 – good
  3. 2.51 to 3.50 – good
  4. 2.50 and lower – fail
Age 25 and underAge 26 to 30Ages above 30
ExercisesUnit of measure/Grade543543543
3km runmin.sec13.5014.5016.1014.1515.1516.3514.4015.4017.00
Pull upsreps1086975853
Sit ups (max in 2mins)reps504035453530403025
10 x 10m shuttle runsec.
Age 25 and underAge 26 to 30Ages above 30
ExercisesUnit of measure/Grade543543543
1km runmin.sec4.455.105.505.
Inclined pull upsreps282318252015221712
Sit ups (max in 2mins)reps373228353026332824
Running zig-zagsec.

#19. Singapore – Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT)

All active and reservist soldiers of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) are required to take an annual fitness test known as the IPPT (Individual Physical Proficiency Test). The Singapore Police Force and Singapore Civil Defence also use the same test.

Your total score of all components would determine the class of award you qualify for: Gold, Silver or pass. If you fail, you have to attend remedial training.

Test Components – IPPT (a.k.a Singapore’s Army Fitness Test)

  • Push-ups (Maximum repetitions in 60 secs)
  • Sit-ups (Maximum repetitions in 60 secs)
  • 2.4km run (1.5 mile)

Guidelines – IPPT (a.k.a Singapore’s Army Fitness Test)

All test components are self-explanatory. Female soldiers are allowed to do modified push-ups.

Score Chart – IPPT (a.k.a Singapore’s Army Fitness Test)

The scoring matrix accounts for gender and 14 different age groups. It is too long to include here.

Use this IPPT calculator to get your score instead. Or, if you are crazy, find the different scoring details here.

Award Table
Gold (Commandos & Guards)*90 and above
Gold (regular personnel)85 and above
Silver75 and above
Pass51 and above

Those in the Commandos, Guards and Naval Divers unit are held to a higher standard for the Gold award.*

#20. South Africa

The South African Defence Force’s fitness test was retrieved from a University presentation and cross-referenced against a 2012 scholarly journal. However, the information is incomplete and may be outdated.

Test Components – SADF military fitness test

  • 2.4km run (1.5mile run)
  • 2 min push ups
  • 2 min sit-ups
  • 10x25m shuttle run
  • 4km walk (2.485mile)

(based on 2012 scholarly journal)


Although the scoring system is not known, use the SADF Special Forces Entry Test as an approximation.

Others – Special Forces Entry Test

  • 40 push-ups without breaking rhythm
  • 67 sit-ups within two minutes
  • 175-metre fireman’s-lift run within 65 seconds
  • 5-kilometre run within 24 minutes
  • 40 six-metre shuttle-runs within 95 seconds

(Based on this report)

#21. South Korea

Similar to Singapore and Taiwan, all men in South Korea undergo mandatory military service with the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA/대한민국 육군/大韓民國 陸軍).

In addition, they have to take an annual fitness test (aka 체력검정 or 體力檢定), which is similar to the US Army APFT.

Test Components – 체력검정 (a.k.a. South Korean Army Fitness Test)

  • Sit-ups (max in 2 mins)
  • Push-ups (max in 2 mins)
  • 3km run (1.86miles)

Score Chart – 체력검정 (a.k.a. South Korean Army Fitness Test)

These are the translated scoring matrix, broken down by age group and gender.

Male (ages up to 46)
25 and below26 to 3031 to 3536 to 4041 to 4344 to 46
Push ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress72 or more70 or more68 or more65 or more61 or more57 or more
Grade 164 – 7162-6960-6757-6453-6049-56
Grade 256-6354-6152-5949-5645-5241-48
Grade 348-5546-5344-5141-4837-4433-40
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Sit ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress82 or more80 or more76 or more72 or more68 or more64 or more
Grade 174-8172-7968-7564-7160-6756-63
Grade 266-7364-7161-6756-6352-5948-55
Grade 358-6556-6353-6048-5544-5140-47
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
3KM RunPassExpress12:30 and below12:45 and below13:00 and below13:15 and below13:30 and below13:45 and below
Grade 112:31-13:3212:46-13:5213:01-14:1213:16-14:3213:31-14:413:46-15:05
Grade 213:33-14:3413:53-14:5914:13-15:2414:33-15:4914:50-16:0715:06-16:26
Grade 314:35-15:3615:00-16:0615:25-16:3615:50-17:0616:08-17:2616:27-17:46
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Male (ages 47 and above)
47 to 4950 to 5152 to 5354 and above
Push ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress54 or more51 or more49 or more47 or more
Grade 146-5343-5041-4839-46
Grade 238-4535-4233-4031-38
Grade 330-3727-3425-3223-30
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Sit ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress61 or more58 or more56 or more54 or more
Grade 153-6050-5748-5546-53
Grade 245-5242-4940-4738-45
Grade 337-4434-4132-3930-37
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
3KM RunPassExpress14:00 and below14:15 and below14:30 and below14:45 and below
Grade 114:01-15:2514:16-15:4214:31-16:0214:46-16:19
Grade 215:26-16:5115:43-17:0916:03-17:3416:20-17:52
Grade 316:52-18:1617:10-18:3617:35-19:0617:53-19:26
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Female (ages up to 46)
25 and below26 to 3031 to 3536 to 4041 to 4344 to 46
Push ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress35 or more33 or more31 or more29 or more26 or more24 or more
Grade 131-3429-3227-3025-2823-2521-23
Grade 323-2622-2520-2218-2116-1815-17
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Sit ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress67 or more64 or more62 or more59 or more56 or more53 or more
Grade 159-6656-6354-6151-5848-5545-52
Grade 251-5848-5546-5343-5040-4737-44
Grade 343-5041-4738-4535-4232-3929-36
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
3KM RunPassExpress15:00 and below15:18 and below15:36 and below15:54 and below16:12 and below16:30 and below
Grade 115:01-16:1415:19-16:3815:37-17:0215:55-17:2616:13-17:4616:31-18:06
Grade 216:15-17:2916:39-17:5917:03-18:2917:27-18:5917:47-19:2118:07-19:43
Grade 317:30-18:4318:00-19:1918:30-19:5519:00-20:3119:22-20:5519:44-21:19
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Female (ages 47 and above)
47 to 4950 to 5152 to 5354 and above
Push ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress22 or more19 or more17 or more15 or more
Grade 119-2117-1814-1613-14
Grade 216-1814-1612-1310-12
Grade 313-1511-139-118-9
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
Sit ups
(2 mins)
PassExpress51 or more50 or more49 or more48 or more
Grade 143-5042-4941-4840-47
Grade 235-4234-4133-4032-39
Grade 327-3426-3325-3224-31
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3
3KM RunPassExpress16:48 and below17:06 and below17:24 and below17:42 and below
Grade 116:49-18:3017:07-18:5017:25-19:1417:43-19:34
Grade 218:31-20:1318:51-20:3519:15-21:0519:35-21:27
Grade 320:14-21:5520:36-22:1921:06-22:5521:28-23:19
FailDoesn’t meet the minimum of Grade 3

For greater accurcy, the score was cross-referenced and translated from Korean to English from two sources: Kyungdong University Reserve Officers Training Corps & blog post on Captain Park (site managed by the Ministry of National Defense).

#22. Sweden

The Swedish Armed Forces (FM) holds all its soldiers to the standards of the following fitness test, which includes running while carrying fighting equipment.

Test Components – Swedish Armed Forces Fitness Test

  • Field test 2km (running in fighting equipment)
  • Multitest Strength
    • Push-ups
    • Sit-ups
    • Vertical Jump
    • Back Suspension
    • Arm Suspension

Guidelines – Swedish Armed Forces Fitness Test

Please refer to pages 61 to 65 of Physical Fitness Tests in the Nordic Armed Forces (01/2011) to learn how to perform the components.

Score Chart – Swedish Armed Forces Fitness Test

ComponentsUnitMinMaxPoints = excess over Min Level
Push upsrep8285 points per rep
Sit upsrep10602 points per rep
Vertical Jumpcm30505 points per cm
Back Suspensionsec.601601 point per sec.
Arm Suspensionsec.15652 points per sec.

Example: If you have completed 15 push ups, your score is 35 points. First, deduct the min of 8 reps from your 15 reps. That makes your excess reps 7. Multiply 7 reps by 5 points.

#23. Switzerland – Test de Fitness de l’Armée pour le recrutement (TFA)

The Test de Fitness de l’Armée pour le recrutement TFA evaluates the physical fitness standard of conscript soldiers in the Swiss Land Forces. It tests explosive strength, core strength, coordination ability and endurance.

Test Components – Test de Fitness de l’Armée pour le recruitment (a.k.a. Swiss Army Fitness Test)

  • Seated ball throw
  • Standing long jump (aka. standing broad jump)
  • Test of core strength
  • Balancing on one leg
  • Progressive Endurance Test

Guidelines – Test de Fitness de l’Armée pour le recruitment (a.k.a. Swiss Army Fitness Test)

Seated medicine ball throwThrow a 2kg medicine ball while seated on a bench against the wall. The distance between the ground impact of the ball and the wall is then measured. This determines the explosive force of the arms.
Standing long jumpJump forward from the starting mark on the floor. The distance between the rearmost part of your body contacting the floor and starting point will be measured. For instance, if you jump forward and land on your butt, the distance between your butt and the starting point will be taken.
Test of core strengthGet into the plank position, forearms supporting your weight. Alternate between lifting your right and left leg up and down (use the rhythm of one second per motion). The duration you can keep doing this without your hips lowering or raising is measured. 
Balancing on one legFirst of all, balance on one leg. Ten seconds later, close your eyes. Another ten seconds later, with your eyes still shut, “look up”. Your chin must be lifted all the way. The time taken to lose your balance is measured. 
Progressive Endurance TestThis is an endurance test similar to the beep test.

Score Chart – Test de Fitness de l’Armée pour le recruitment (a.k.a. Swiss Army Fitness Test)

The maximum number of points for each component is 25 points, with the total being 125 points. Soldiers are eligible for awards with a total score of 80 onward. Male and female soldiers use the same assessment for joining the military. However, female soldiers are assessed with the adjusted score table for military awards.

Male and female
PointsSeated ball throwStanding long jumpTest of core strengthBalancing on one legProgressive Endurance Test (Shuttle track)
Fail1 to 64.10 – 4.80 metres1.65 – 1.94 metres5 – 39 sec.11 – 28 sec.1:00 – 6:20 (1:00 – 5:11) min:sec
Sufficient7 to 124.90 – 6.00 metres1.95 – 2.24 metres40 – 99 sec.29 – 40 sec.6:21 – 11:21 (5:12 – 8:58) min:sec
Good13 to 156.10 – 6.60 metres2.25 – 2.39 metres100 – 129 sec.41 – 46 sec.11:22 – 13:55 (8:59 – 10:26) min:sec
Very Good16 to 196.70 – 7.40 metres2.40 – 2.59 metres130 – 189 sec.47 – 57 sec.13:56 – 16:37 (10:27 – 12:14) min:sec
Excellent20 to 257.50 – 8.50 metres2.60 – 2.85 metres190 – 290 sec.58 – 100 sec.16:38 – 19:42 (12:15 – 15:30) min:sec
Female – performance distinction

This table is used for awards.

PointsSeated ball throwStanding long jumpTest of core strengthBalancing on one legProgressive Endurance Test (Shuttle track)
Fail1 to 63.16-3.59 metres1.16-1.36 metres5-35 sec.11 – 28 sec.1:00-5:11 (1:00-3:59) min:sec
Sufficient7 to 123.60-4.25 metres1.37-1.57 metres36-89 sec.29 – 40 sec.5:12-9:28 (4:00-7:57) min:sec
Good13 to 154.26-4.58 metres1.58-1.67 metres90-116 sec.41 – 46 sec.9:29-12:14 (7:58-9:28) min:sec
Very Good16 to 194.59-5.02 metres1.68-1.81 metres117-170 sec.47 – 57 sec.12:15-14:43 (9:29-11:21) min:sec
Excellent20 to 255.03-5.58 metres1.82-2.00 metres171-261 sec.58 – 100 sec.14:44-18:23 (11:22-13:56) min:sec

#24. Taiwan – 國軍基本體能訓測

The Republic of China, known better as Taiwan, has a conscript military similar to Singapore and South Korea. This is the fitness test their soldiers have to undergo.

Test Components – 國軍基本體能訓測 (Republic of China Basic Physical Fitness Assessment)

  • Sit-ups (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • Push-ups (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • 3km run

Score Chart – 國軍基本體能訓測 (Republic of China Basic Physical Fitness Assessment)

Ages 19 to 38
Gender/Age19 to 2223 to 2627 to 3031 to 3435 to 38
Sit upsMale4342414038
3km runMale14.0014.2514.5015.1515.35
Ages 39 to 59
Gender/Age39 to 4243 to 4647 to 5051 to 5455 to 5859
Sit upsMale363431282420
3km runMale16.0016.1516.2516.5017.2017.40

Score table translated from this document.

#25. United Kingdom – Annual Fitness Test (AFT)

The United Kingdom consists of four countries – England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland – all of which are protected by the British Army. So, what is the British Army fitness test?

Similar to Australia, the Annual Fitness Test (AFT) of the British Army uses a pass-or-fail standard, with no distinction in scores. However, the fitness test components seem to be specific to common military duties, including loading Jerry cans and ammo kits into vehicles.

Test Components – Annual Fitness Test (a.k.a. British army fitness Test)

  • Static Lift – simulates lifting the ammo kit
  • Jerry Can Carry – simulates carrying two 20 kg jerry cans over short distances
  • 2.4km run (1.5 miles)

Guidelines & Score Chart – Annual Fitness Test (a.k.a. British army fitness Test)

The passing standards for all components differ among the various arms of the army. For example, the Parachute Regiment’s static lift weight is 40kg, jerry can carry distance is 120m and passing time requirement for the 2.4km run is 9 minutes and 40 seconds..

Pass/Fail standard
Static LiftLifting power bags of 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40kg, in sequence, to the height of 1.45m.
Jerry can carryCarry two 20kg jerry cans for a distance of 150 metres within 2mins.
2.4km run (1.5 miles)Timing requirement ranges between 09.40 to 14.30, depending on your arm/service.
Service Arm 2.4km Timing Requirement
Arm/Service2.4km timing requirement (min.secs)
Parachute Regiment (Senior)09.40
Parachute Regiment (Junior)10.00
Parachute Regiment (TA)10.30
All Infantry12.45
Combat Sp (Artillery, Armour, Engineers, Household Cavalry)13.15
Signals, Army Air Corps, Logistic, Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, Adjutant Generals, Medical Services, Veterinary Corps, Intelligence Corps, and Corps of Army Music14.00
Junior Entry (except Parachute Regiments)14.30

Note: 09.40 means 9 minutes 40 seconds

Please refer to this document for the other component’s standards based on service arm.

#26. United States – Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)

What is the US army fitness test? The US Army uses the APFT (Army Physical Fitness Test) as a general standard to ascertain a soldier’s fitness level. While other service arms (e.g. Marines) use different tests, it is out of scope in this list.

Test Components – Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)

  • Push-ups (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • Sit-ups (maximum in 2 minutes)
  • 2-mile run (3.2km)

Score Chart – Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)

Each component will be scored individually out of a hundred. To pass the test, soldiers need to score at least 50 points per component. Failure in any component means failing the entire test. Also, scores awarded depend on the soldier’s age group and gender.

The full score for this test is 300, which is the total of the three components’ full score.

Use the APFT calculator to get your score.

Others – Future & 1960s Test

Future Fitness Test – OPAT (supposed implementation in mid 2016)

The US Army has announced a new four-part fitness test known as the Occupational Physical Assessment Test (OPAT). It consists of the deadlift, long jump, beep test and medicine ball throw. The tests determines if the soldier has the muscular strength, endurance, and explosive power to meet his or her occupational requirements.

Old Fitness Test – APFT in 1960s

If you are interested, this was what the AFPT was like in the 1960s.

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Limitations of Research and Information

Compiling this list of army fitness tests was challenging for a few reasons.

Information not readily available to public

First of all, some countries do not share military information with the public. Even if they did, the information would be in languages that are foreign to me. This explains why I limited the number of countries to 26 and had to rely on secondary research to infer data of some army fitness tests.

Complicated Army Fitness Test Schemes

Second, armies around the world use varying standards and methods to test their soldiers’ fitness levels. Some use different tests for different service arms. To keep it simple, I listed only the fitness standards applicable to the general soldier population. Specific army physical tests for special units were omitted.

Annual vs Recruitment test

Third, many armies have different standards for pre-entry recruits and existing soldiers. For obvious reasons, this list prioritises the annual army fitness tests (for active soldiers) over the lower recruitment standards (for potential recruits). Recruitment tests were included only where a country’s annual fitness test was not found.

Information updates delayed

Fourth, updates on army fitness tests are not communicated in a timely manner. Some tests in this list may be outdated. Where this is true, I have included a note to convey that.

Exclusion of combat fighting, warfare conditioning and obstacle courses

Fifth, a few countries’ fitness assessments include obstacle courses and combat fighting. I omitted them as they were more of a technical functional test than fitness evaluation. I also wanted a fair comparison to the many countries that separate their fitness tests and obstacle course assessments.

If you have sources for the army fitness tests of other countries or would like to correct any mistakes made in the list, please contact me.


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