Our Group Fitness offers conditioning training through circuit drills and running drills, as well as obstacle training within a large group format (up to 8-12 people per session). This is designed to improve your stamina and your fitness abilities.
It is crucial to prepare for these physical exams just like you would a written exam. Practice makes perfect. If you are interested in law enforcement and know you need to pass the PARE, and POPAT tests we can help!
My time dramatically began to improve, I passed my POPAT at 4:15 but I continued to train hard with Marc to drop my time and in my first week at the police academy, I completed it in 4:04.
From heavy lifting to conditioning, and practice PAREs in between, the next time I ran the PARE I got it down to 4:01. Marc taught me different techniques for someone with small stature to overcome the PARE.
When it was time to do the POPAT, I had not only passed it with 10:46 on the 1.5 mile run and 3:38 on the POPAT but had energy left at the end. I was also in the RCMP process during this time and I was amazed that I completed the PARE in 3:08 – 10 seconds better than my previous best, when I was 8 years younger and had healthier knees!