The first step to becoming an Army Green Beret is to pass the Special Forces Assessment and Selection Course (SFAS). To get into the SFAS, you have to pass a minimum physical fitness test. If your really motived to be in Green Beret shape then you want to be able to do more than just the minmum.
Here is the minum physical requirements to pass the SFAS for the Army Green Beret:
Accomplishing these physical fitness tests will give you a perfect score of 300 and greatly increase your chances of being tough enough and physically fit enough to be a Green Beret.
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The three-week SFAS course, taught at Fort Bragg, N.C. which consists of the physical fitness phase which you will be expected to able to complete the physical fitness goals mentioned above and the second phase tests and measures your leaderships skills.
After you complete SFAS, you will be selected by the Army SF instructors to be part of what is called 'the Special Forces Qualification Course' (SFQC) which lasts from 6 months to a year.
The physical training at the Army Special Forces Qualification Course' will beat on you physically. First your day starts at about 4am and ends at 10pm. Most people who fail or quit lack the ability to persevere through and past the fatigue, pain, and stress that accompanies such Green Beret training.
If Army Green Beret is your goal or at least you want to be as physically fit as an Army Green Beret then here's a good starting workout that will help you reach it.
Physical Training: (3 to 4 days a week)
This is at a least a start to Army Green Beret style training and will help you get fit as a Green Beret fast.
If you really want a total Army Green Beret training type system then you want to look at Scott Sonnons complete special ops training routine called Tacfit Commando.
Tacfit Commando include PT training that will greatly increase your: Physical Strength, Physical Endurance, Flexibility, Speed and explosive field movements.