To score well on the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), you'll need more than just aerobic endurance.  Unlike the APFT, the ACFT also requires strength, power, stability, agility, and coordination.  Training for this test will require deliberate training efforts to develop comprehensive fitness.  Training For 600 has all the tools, tips, and training knowledge you'll need to perform your best.

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If you're a first-time visitor or new to the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), the User Guide is a great place to start!

What are the minimum and maximum scores for each ACFT event?

  • 3RM Maximum Deadlift (MDL) - Min: 140lbs  Max: 340lbs

  • Standing Power Throw (SPT) - Min: 4.5m  Max: 12.5m

  • Hand-Release Push-Up (HRPU) - Min: 10  Max: 60

  • Sprint-Drag-Carry (SDC) - Min: 3:00  Max: 1:33

  • Leg Tuck (LTK) - Min: 1rep or 2:09 plank hold  Max: 20 or 4:20

  • 2-Mile Run (2MR) - Min: 21:00  Max: 13:30

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Helpful ACFT Links

ACFT Calculator

Implementation Timeline

Event Descriptions

Frequently Asked Questions

ACFT-related Army Publications


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This website was prepared in a non official capacity. The opinions expressed on this website are the authors' own and do not reflect the views of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the United States government.  This site is not connected with any government agency. The information contained on this site is either open source, the author's opinion, or total B.S.  We are not doctors and will never pretend to be -- any attempt to improve your fitness based on the information contained within this site should first be approved by a medical professional.

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