Each motion has a separate online member-only discussion board link along with additional motion information found below scroll down. Please take the time to review the attached information and refer to discussion board for any questions or comments. We will send out reminder next week with link for online voting on these 4 motions. In addition to the 4 above mentioned Motions up for vote, Motion was voted on at the July 10th Membership Meeting and passed unanimously.
The shuttle run is conducted on an area that has two parallel lines 30 feet apart. The Cadet challenge presentation of a regulation volleyball court can serve as a suitable area. Start from the standing position. Run back, and pick up the second block, and carry it across the line.
Two runs are allowed for this event, with the better of the runs recorded. Scores are recorded to the nearest tenth of a second. Conduct curl-ups on a flat, clean surface, preferably with a mat.
Start in a lying position on your back with your knees bent so your feet are flat on the floor about 12 inches from your buttocks. You should have your arms crossed with your hands placed on opposite shoulders, and your elbows held close to the chest throughout the exercise.
Have a partner hold your feet at the instep. This constitutes one repetition of a curl-up. Complete as many curl-ups as possible in 60 seconds. Pull-ups are conducted using a horizontal bar approximately 1. A doorway bar or a piece of pipe can serve the purpose. Assume the hanging position on the bar using either an overhand grasp palms facing away from body or underhand grip palms facing toward body.
Begin the exercise by first raising your body until your chin is over the bar without touching it. To complete one repetition, the body must be lowered to the full-hang starting position. During each repetition, the body must not swing, legs must not kick or bend, and the pull must not be jerky.
Scoring is done on the number of pull-ups you can correctly execute.
There is no time limit on this event. This event is only for the National Physical Fitness Award. Using a horizontal bar as in the pull-ups, climb a ladder until your chin is above the bar.
Begin the exercise by grasping the bar with your hands, shoulder width apart, using either an overhand grasp palms facing away from body or underhand grip palms facing toward body. Simultaneously, an assistant instructor will remove the ladder and prevent any forward swinging of the legs.
Kicking and other body movements are not permitted while you are on the bar. Scores are recorded to the nearest second. Your legs should be parallel and slightly apart, with the toes supporting the feet. Straighten the arms, keeping the back and knees straight, then lower the body until there is a degree angle at the elbows, with the upper arms parallel to the floor.
The push-ups are done to a metronome or audio tape, clapping, drums with one complete push-up every three seconds, and are continued until you can do no more in rhythm have not done the last three in rhythm or you have reached the target number for the PPFA.
Sit and Reach The sit and reach exercise is done in a specially constructed box with a measuring scale marked in centimeters, with 23 centimeters at the level of the feet.
Remove your shoes and sit on floor with knees fully extended, feet shoulder-width apart, and soles of the feet held flat against the end of the box. With hands on top of each other, palms down, and legs held flat, reach along the measuring line as far as possible.
After three practice reaches, the fourth reach is held while the distance is recorded.identify the greatest challenge faced by their Battalions. Showcase Cadet activities and accomplishments in the B attalion (newsletter, posters, announcements), in school (web site, posters, bulletin boards, or MOI, you will need to develop a presentation that briefs others on your Continuous Improvement Plan.
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