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Research on the Characteristics of Physical Fitness Testing for Special Operation Forces of Military Powers and Their Reference Value

  • Chunlai WangEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 576)

Abstract

This paper studies different contents of physical fitness testing of special forces of military powers by using the methods of documentation and case study and analyses the characteristics and general rules of physical fitness training of foreign special forces. The results show that the long-term practical experience accumulated by foreign special forces is the precondition for setting strict physical fitness test subjects. The selection of physical fitness test means has strong pertinence and practicability, which meets the specific needs of special forces in carrying out combat tasks. It is concluded that the physical fitness test of PLA special forces should gradually develop toward (1) affirming the practical value of functional training to realize training functionalization; (2) establishing digital platform for special operations training to realize training informatization; (3) promoting the establishment of special operations base training model to realize training systematization.

Keywords

Special operation forces Physical fitness testing Characteristic Reference value 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Physical Education DepartmentGuangzhou University Sontan CollegeGuangzhouChina

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