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Real Fitness Standards – Grading Day, Level 1

Posted by The Coach on August 18th, 2011

The time has come to see how fit you really are.

Are you ready to tackle Level 1?

The Cell is holding their Real Fitness Standards Grading for Level 1 candidates on Saturday 08 October 2011 at 10.30am.

Click here for more info


17 Responses to “Real Fitness Standards – Grading Day, Level 1”

  1. Maggie said

    I’m in 🙂

  2. graeme said

    im in to be the cheer squad!

  3. Dave said

    When I joined the cell I converted the standards to spreadsheet and coloured in the things I couldn’t do in red, which was just about all of them. One at a time, I’ve been re coloring them green as my speeds/lifts/times improve to the standard. Now they’re all green 🙂

  4. Raj said

    The Raj is ih. Excited I am !!!

  5. Raj said

    Lol Dan ! I’m not yet back Maggie. In Canada right now. Back on 5 sep. Not looking forward to first few weeks back there. Its gonna hurt !!!

  6. Corbin said

    I suspect you have to complete level 1 before doing level 2?

    • Maggie said

      Pretty sure you do Corbin 🙂

    • graeme said

      Hey Corbin, i think its more about nominating for the appropriate one in consultant with the coaches, i went straight to level two

      i could be wrong and im sure other readers will set the record straight

  7. Michelle said

    I went straight to level II…..

  8. Laila said

    Same here Corbin. I went straight for Level II. Unless requirements have changed, I’m pretty sure you attempt the Level you feel you can achieve. There is a list of requirements for each level at the Cell. If you think you can achieve the standard of Level II, not sure why you’d have to complete Level I first. Seems redundant. Coaches will definitely be able to clarify this for you and advise you on the Level most suitable.

  9. Corbin said

    Ok cool. Thanks to everyone who replied 🙂

  10. graeme said

    steady on !

  11. Corbin said

    haha I’m all for a challenge Jase, but there’s a few things I still can’t do on level 3. I.e. sub 5:30 Fran.
    One day…

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