Step 1. Take the Physical Abilities Practice Test
Step 2. See where you are at
Don’t guess it. Test it. Complete the fitness test to identify your areas of weakness (download the fitness test here)
Step 3. Follow a training plan
Maximize your strengths and minimize your weaknesses. Use a structured, goal directed training program is the number one way to reach your goal of passing the physical abilities test in record time. (Need some help? Get the POPAT/PARE Training Guide).
Here are a couple of blog posts that will be helpful on your training journey.
How to Train for the POPAT.
Are you fit enough to pass?
Take the test and see if you meet the fitness standards in order to pass the POPAT/PARE/SOPAT.
Your guide to your best POPAT/PARE time yet.
Whether you are a fitness pro or new to training, the POPAT and PARE can give you trouble. It is full of novel movements and challenges that you need to complete with the added pressure of a time limit.
I've put together a few posts that are going to help you streamline your training and optimize your POPAT/PARE time. Browse through the Leo Fitness BLOG for a bunch of free training articles.
A couple articles to help you train
For those of you looking for a more COMPLETE training program, I have partnered with LEPAT.com (Law Enforcement Physical Abilities Testing). They are the leader in official law enforcement abilities testing, practice testing and Physical Abilities Test development. For this reason we have partnered with them to bring you the Prepare to Protect training program.
The Prepare to Protect police training program is now available exclusively at through LEPAT.com.
Between LEPAT's testing experience and our training expertise, we are confident you will find success through this training program.