PRT

  1. Army Training and Leader Development
    AR 350-1
  2. prescribes policy and procedure for the conduct of the Army Physical Readiness Training Program.
    AR 350-1: Army Training and Leader Development
  3. Training Units and Developing Leaders
    ADP & ADRP 7-0
  4. This ADP establishes the role of training and leader development, including Army civilian leader development.
    ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders
  5. applies to all active Army, U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard enlisted initial entry training conducted at service schools.
    TR 350-6: Enlisted Initial Entry Policies and Administration
  6. Enlisted Initial Entry Policies and Administration
    TR 350-6
  7. Army Physical Readiness Training
    FM 7-22
  8. is the doctrine for the conduct of Army physical training.Chapter 4, Physical Training gives specific guidance on the conduct of physical training in Basic Combat Training, Advanced Individual Training and One Station Unit Training.
    FM 7-22: Army Physical Readiness Training
  9. PRT DOCTRINE PARTS
    3 PARTS (PSA)
  10. PRT DOCTRINE PART I:
    Philosophy covers approach, system, and leadership.
  11. PRT DOCTRINE PART II:
    Strategy covers types of programs, planning considerations, and special conditioning programs.
  12. PRT DOCTRINE PART III:
    Activities covers execution of training, preparation and recovery, strength and mobility, and endurance and mobility.
  13. HOW MANY PRINCIPLES OF ARMY TRAINING?
    8
  14. PRINCIPLES OF ARMY TRAINING:
    • 1. Train as You Will Fight
    • 2. Train to Standard
    • 3. Train to Sustain
    • 4. Train to Maintain
    • 5. Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training
    • 6. Noncommissioned Officers Train Individuals, Crew, and Small Teams
    • 7. Conduct Multiechelon and Concurrent Training
    • 8. Train t Develop Agile Leaders and Organizations
  15. PRT IS THE __________________ PROGRAM
    COMMANDERS
  16. TO ACCOMPLISH THE PRT MISSION, NCO'S TO WHAT?
    PREPARE, REHEARSE, AND EXECUTE PRT
  17. HOW MANY TENENTS OF "TRAIN AS YOU WILL FIGHT"?
    8
  18. WHAT IS WOVEN INTO THE FABRIC OF THE PRT SYSTEM?
    DEVELOPING THE ABILITY OF SOLDIERS TO MEET THE CHANGING PHYSICAL DEMANDS THAT ARE PLACED UPON THEM WITHOUT UNDUE FATIGUE OR RISK OF INJURY
  19. PRT Phases
    Initial Conditioning Phase

    Toughening Phase

    Sustaining Phase
  20. These exercises and activities prepares the individual for the rigors of initial military training (IMT).
    Initial Conditioning Phase
  21. IMT
    initial military training
  22. In this phase, Soldiers gradually become proficient at managing their weight.
    Toughening Phase
  23. PRT Principles
    Precision

    Progression

    Integration
  24. PRT incorporates 3 inter-related components
    • MOBILITY
    • STRENGTH
    • ENDURANCE
  25. Soldiers need ______to foot march under load, enter and clear a building or trench line, repeatedly load heavy rounds, lift equipment, transport a wounded Soldier to the casualty collection point and to be able to withstand the rigors of continuous operations while under load.
    Strength
  26. the ability to sustain high-intensity activity of short duration (anaerobic), and low-intensity activity of long duration (aerobic).
    Soldiers must train to perform activities of high intensity and short duration efficiently.
    ENDURANCE
  27. Examples of _______ training are speed running, individual movement techniques and negotiation of obstacles.
    anaerobic
  28. Examples of ______training are foot marching, sustained running, cycling and swimming.
    aerobic
  29. This is the functional application of strength and endurance. It is movement proficiency.

    Strength with _______ allows a Soldier to squat and lift an injured Soldier. Without sufficient mobility, a strong Soldier may have difficulty executing the same casualty transport technique.

    Endurance without _______ may be acceptable to a distance runner. For Soldiers performing individual movement techniques, both components are essential for optimal performance.
    MOBILITY
  30. Ability to stop, start and change direction
    Agility
  31. Ability to maintain equilibrium
    Balance
  32. Ability to perform multiple tasks
    Coordination
  33. Range of motion at a joint and surrounding muscles
    Flexibility
  34. Any position in which the body resides
    Posture
  35. Structural integrity that enhances body management
    Stability
  36. Rate of movement
    Speed
  37. Product of strength and speed
    Power
  38. Types of PRT
    • OFF-GROUND
    • ON-GROUND
    • COMBATIVES
  39. Mobility Qualitative Performance Factors
    • Agility 
    • Balance
    • Coordination
    • Flexibility 
    • Posture 
    • Stability
    • Speed 
    • Power
  40. The two types of commands used in PRT are ______ commands and commands of ________.
    preparatory, execution
  41. When the PRT leader addresses the formation and is commanding movement or announcing the name of an exercise, he does so from ________

    ________ exercises that change position without returning to the position of attention. When exercises are performed, Soldiers assume the proper starting position of each exercise on the command “Starting position, MOVE”.

    When conducting exercises, Soldiers are commanded to return to the position of attention from the terminating position of the exercise before they are commanded to assume the starting position for the next exercise. PRT leaders use the command “Position of Attention, MOVE”, to bring Soldiers to the position of attention from an exercise terminating position.
    the position of attention.

    Exceptions are
  42. Progression and Training Effect

    The following are gradually increased to produce the desired physiological effect:
    • Intensity (resistance and pace)
    • Volume (number of sets and repetitions)
    • Duration (time)
  43. Strength Progression
    • Resistance (weight)
    • Number of sets
    • Number of repetitions
  44. Exercise for Corrective Action
    • V-up
    • Leg Tuck and Twist
    • Supine Bicycle 
    • Swimmer.
    • 8-count Push-up
    • Rower
    • Squat Bender
    • Windmill
    • Prone Row
    • Push-up
  45. PRT sessions consist of the elements of:
    o  Preparation

    o  Activities

    o  Recovery
  46. Walk 2 -3 minutes following running activities AND at the end of all PRT sessions. This gradually and safely tapers activities to bring the body back to its pre-exercise state.


    Ensuring adequate sleep allows the body to refuel and rest.
    Recovery
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PRT
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EXAM 1 OF DSA, PRT
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