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Offline cld617

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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #25 on: April 30, 2016, 20:57:08 »
Late 20's male

Rush 0:30
Sandbag lift 0:45
Loaded shuttle 2:33
Drag 0:10

I'm actually blown away how fast people are completing the shuttle in my age category. I'd need to knock 20+ seconds off my time to be as competitive in that as I am in the others. Some people doing some creative walking in between unloaded phases.

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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #26 on: May 01, 2016, 10:09:44 »
Shuttle Run: 30 seconds
Sandbag Lift: 47 seconds
Sandbag Carry: 2:27
Sandbag Drag: 9 seconds

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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #27 on: May 02, 2016, 16:42:40 »
Shuttle Run: 34 seconds
Sandbag Lift: 1:03 seconds
Sandbag Carry: 2:59
Sandbag Drag: 15 seconds

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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #28 on: April 13, 2017, 14:39:13 »
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sandbag 1:27
carry 3:10
drag 16
shuttle 41

At 46 i did

sandbag 1:01
carry 3:19
drag 19
shuttle 42
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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #29 on: April 13, 2017, 15:14:08 »
Late 20's male

Rush 0:30
Sandbag lift 0:45
Loaded shuttle 2:33
Drag 0:10

I'm actually blown away how fast people are completing the shuttle in my age category. I'd need to knock 20+ seconds off my time to be as competitive in that as I am in the others. Some people doing some creative walking in between unloaded phases.

You're allowed to run for the unloaded shuttle, but walk only during the loaded shuttle. Unless they've gone and changed it since my last one.
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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #30 on: April 13, 2017, 18:04:28 »
You're allowed to run for the unloaded shuttle, but walk only during the loaded shuttle. Unless they've gone and changed it since my last one.

My point was, to attain a score in that event that is as competitive as my other ones were I'd have to knock off 20-25 seconds from an already quick run, and to take the record I'd have to do a sub 1min50sec loaded shuttle. It simply isn't attainable without the people taking scores from allowing some creative "walking".

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Re: Force Test Average Times
« Reply #31 on: April 13, 2017, 19:05:41 »
I am curious how well most people do on the Force Test.

What times did you guys achieve on the three that are timed, AKA the 80 meter sprint with going prone ever 10 meters, the Sand bag lift, and the loaded shuttle run.

I know most people find the new FORCE test easy, but still interesting to know how most people preform on each step of the test.

Just did it for the first time at BMQ a few weeks ago so I don't remember all my times.

Rush 0:40ish
Sandbag lift 1:08
Loaded shuttle 2:30
Drag 0:15

Late 20's male, didn't even crack bronze, although to be honest I wasn't entirely sure what I was doing either. We have another test in a couple of weeks, I'm sure I'll be bronze or higher now that I know what I'm doing.