Navt Fitness Calculator

Navy PRT Calculator

written by

ENS Shirley J. Gee, USN

*updated for the 2000 standards by

LCDR Rick Gussio, USPHS

Sit-Reach Ability Pass
Enter Number of Push Ups
Enter Number of Curl Ups
Endurance Test
Enter Time (Min:Sec)
1.5 Mile Run/Walk
500 Yard Swim
450 Meter Swim

The U.S. Navy Physical Readiness Test consists of four parts:

You must be able to touch your toes while sitting on the ground.

You must do as many push-ups as you can in two minutes. The upper arm must be parallel to the ground to count. Any portion of the body touching the ground other than hands and feet terminates the test.

You must do as many curl-ups as you can in two minutes. The arms are crossed in front of the chest and the legs are at a 90 degree angle. The forearms must touch the thighs and the lower back must touch the ground to count.

You must perform a timed 1.5 mile run/walk, 500-yard swim, or 450-meter swim.

Enter the results of each part of the PRT into the calculator to determine your score and rating. You must enter your age to be rated.

* Please note: the Navy no longer uses the point system and rates individual PRT performances based on the lowest achieved in each individual event. For example, if you scored excellent-low in push-ups and curl-ups, but scored only satisfactory-medium in the timed-run, your overall score would be satisfactory-medium. This calculator (still) asseses your rating based on the overall point score and not the lowest achieved of the categories (Navy personnel should use the direct tables to assess their rating, Military Standards Cadre members are still using the point system). Minimum passing scores are the same for the new Navy 2000 standard, however, to qualify for a fitness badge, Military Standards Members must score in the outstanding-low range in all events (see tables).

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