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Upper Body Strength (Weekly) Circuit. A 3 day per week routine is recommended to improve overall upper body strength deficiencies. Conduct tests every 2 weeks and increase weights and reps as necessary. Biceps Curl (EZ-Curl Bar)* Alternating Bicep Curls (Dumbbell) * Strive for momentary muscular fatigue at the end of each set. rest between sets and 2-3 minutes rest between exercises. Tuesday Cross Training - Cardiovascular Abdominal Training Wednesday Pullup Pushup Crunch Pyramid ** **...

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* Page 11 entries are required when Marines have failed consecutive PFTs or PPFTs, and when process for administrative separation is anticipated. See paragraph 6206, reference (h). CHAPTER 2 PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST (PFT) SECTION 3 MEDICAL CONSIDERATIONS 2300. SCOPE. When a Marine is unable to take or pass the PFT due to a physical or medical condition, then a medical evaluation by a MO must be conducted, in order to excuse the Marine from participating in a particular event or the entire test. If...

Body Composition Evaluation Procedures

The Body Composition Evaluation is a semi-annual requirement designed to ensure Marines are within Marine Corps established height weight or body fat standards. Every Marine must be evaluated twice a year during the January-June and July-December time frames. The Body Composition Evaluation will not occur within 14 days (prior to or after) of the semi-annual PFT. In the case of unannounced inspections conducted by CG Inspection teams, the PFT and Body Composition...

Appendix C

REMEDIAL PHYSICAL CONDITIONING PROGRAM (RPCP) 1. Purpose. Remedial physical conditioning is a process by which Marines are conditioned in a progressive manner to meet prescribed physical fitness and body composition standards. The RPCP goal is to provide challenging conditioning sessions, using the spectrum of aerobic conditioning, resistance conditioning, and other related exercises that will afford the Marines an opportunity to rebuild themselves after a weight or body fat increase, injury...

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BODY COMPOSITION STANDARDS AND LIGHT OR TLD. Marines assigned a light or TLD status or placed on medical hold for MEB PEB screening will maintain body composition standards. Being screened for or placed on light or TLD does not absolve the Marine's responsibility to comply with Marine Corps standards. A Marine that fails to maintain body composition standards may be placed on a BCP, assigned to a modified RPCP (reflecting physical restrictions as determined by a MO), and given dietary...

Responsibilities

It is every Marine's responsibility to maintain the Marine Corps' body composition standards, or if not in adherence with standards, to take appropriate action to return to them in a timely manner. Marines on light or limited duty, whose medical condition precludes them from participating in specific activities, will be expected to participate in conditioning alternatives and dietary adjustments, in order to maintain these standards. 2. CO. It is the CO's responsibility to...

Marine Corps Policy On Pregnancy And Parenthood

APPROPRIATELY CREDENTIALED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER ACHCP ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION ADSEP ALCOHOL REHABILITATION CENTER ARC CONVENIENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT CofG DISABILITY EVALUATION SYSTEM DES MARINE CORPS TOTAL FORCE SYSTEM MCTFS MILITARY TREATMENT FACILITY MTF PHYSICAL CONDITIONING PROGRAM PCP PARTIAL PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST PPFT PHYSICAL READINESS TRAINING PRT RESIDENTIAL OBESITY PROGRAM ROP REMEDIAL PHYSICAL CONDITIONING PROGRAM RPCP Appropriately Credentialed Health Care Provider ACHCP . An...

Body Composition Medical Evaluation

Marines not within the body composition standards and do not meet the criteria for Physical Performance Evaluation will be referred to a MO to be evaluated. A medical evaluation and clearance, and all the Program endorsements contained in appendix D must be completed before a Marine can be assigned to a BCP. During the MO's evaluation, a determination must be made on whether or not a Marine's increase in weight and body fat is due to an underlying cause or associated disease, as follows a....

Pft

Table 2-2.--Minimum PFT Classification Scores. 4. PFT scores will be entered into the MCTFS and on FitRpts per paragraph 2203 in this chapter. 2201. ALTITUDE 3.0 MILE RUN. Marines permanently assigned or on TAD to locations at or above 4500 feet above sea level will have adjusted run times. The altitude 3.0 mile run point values are contained in appendix H. Commands are directed to provide newly joined Marines a 30-day acclimation period prior to conducting a semi-annual PFT. Marines scheduled...