CFA: Can someone run these numbers for me?

“Sights.” I did not type “sights.” Auto-complete and I battle on. I know I can turn it off, but it’s my frenemy now.
lol I dabble in law and use cite more frequently than I do site. I usually catch the typo before I send. I used the wrong one on social media a little while ago, forced to delete before trolls attacked my English and grammar.
 
lol auto correct is my frenemy. That made me giggle out loud.
 
What'd you get on the BB throw and mile though? And Flexed-Arm Hang? If you remember/feel comfortable sharing ofc.
I really can't remember my the BB throw, I didnt put too much emphasis on that portion. I also did not do a FAH because doing one pull up counts more than maxing out the FAH. However, I retook five months later and maxed pushups, 47 sit ups, one pull up and 7:37 mile. Just practiced the exercises in the row consistently and the progress will come naturally.
 
We’ve learned that while you can do any push-up you want for the CFA, the ones you need to do for the PFA are strictly administered on a 2 second cadence. Bang out as manny as you can for your CFA for a strong score, but then start practicing them to proper cadence going forward. It is a lot more difficult and your max number will go down a lot. Navy also has a specific technique/hand position they’ll encourage you to use. Picture Roster’s push-ups after getting beat by Maverick, or search on Youtube.
 
Yeah, cadence push-ups are a different animal. But, they only use those at the Academy. Fleet still uses max in two minutes.

PRT is what it is commonly referred to now, not as much a PFA. Guess that depends on what era someone is from. We just used to have "PT" tests back in my day.
 
Yeah, cadence push-ups are a different animal. But, they only use those at the Academy. Fleet still uses max in two minutes.

PRT is what it is commonly referred to now, not as much a PFA. Guess that depends on what era someone is from. We just used to have "PT" tests back in my day.
You are not wrong.

The PFA is the entire program, which includes body composition.
The PRT is the actual test part of the PFA. The mids and the Fleet usually call the actual exercise test elements the PRT.

See gouge below.

 
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