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  • 10-41
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    Originally posted by Item9 View Post
    Don't exercise for 3 or 4 days before your test. Get a full night's sleep. Don't eat anything for breakfast you wouldn't normally eat. The last thing you want to do is have to barf or take a dump during your run.
    Great statement.....if you don't eat alot of high fiber foods such as whole wheat pasta or real oatmeal, don't do it the night before or you will inevitably have to take a dump during your test. However if you do eat it, then don't worry about it. While the others are correct about "carb loading" for a PAT, if you think it will help you then go for it. Personally, when I ate along those lines I felt it was beneficial for me.

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  • k9education
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    Originally posted by Item9 View Post
    The last thing you want to do is have to barf or take a dump during your run.
    Reserve that for heavy squats.

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  • Item9
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    Don't exercise for 3 or 4 days before your test. Get a full night's sleep. Don't eat anything for breakfast you wouldn't normally eat. The last thing you want to do is have to barf or take a dump during your run.

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  • GrayPatriot
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    Originally posted by djblank87 View Post
    Carb load for a simple 1.5 PAT is not necessary at all.
    lol! I can't believe people are suggesting carb loading for a PT test.


    Wonder what they would do for a marathon?

    Don't mess with your diet before a PT test; Don't eat anything you haven't ate before or don't eat often. The last thing you want is some kind of digestive problems on test day.

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  • djblank87
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    Originally posted by Beam24 View Post
    Thanks. What woiuld you suggest as a good carb load? Pasta?
    Carb load for a simple 1.5 PAT is not necessary at all.

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  • Beam24
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    Originally posted by 10-41 View Post
    The night before I was taking my PAT for the academy, I had a big *** plate of spaghetti with whole wheat pasta and lean ground beef. The morning of I had a small bowl of oatmeal and a bannana. Be sure to really hydrate yourself in the days leading up to it. A major cramp would be trouble.
    Sounds good thanks.

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  • 10-41
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    Originally posted by Beam24 View Post
    Thanks. What woiuld you suggest as a good carb load? Pasta?
    The night before I was taking my PAT for the academy, I had a big *** plate of spaghetti with whole wheat pasta and lean ground beef. The morning of I had a small bowl of oatmeal and a bannana. Be sure to really hydrate yourself in the days leading up to it. A major cramp would be trouble.

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  • dunken
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    Originally posted by Beam24 View Post
    Thanks. What woiuld you suggest as a good carb load? Pasta?
    Look on RunnersWorld website they have some really good carb loading meal plans. Some good advise on here, stay away from any kind of heavy lifting our long runs a few days before the test. Light walks wont hurt, make sure to stretch....best of luck and stay strong

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  • Beam24
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    Thanks. What woiuld you suggest as a good carb load? Pasta?

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  • Danny216
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    I took 3 days off prior to our final physical test. Did a good ole fashioned carbo load for a day prior and made sure to at least eat something early the morning before the test.

    I would recommend very light stretching, maybe some swimming or ride an exercise bike. You definitely do not want to do ANYTHING that could result in an injury right before the big test.

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  • Beam24
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    Pre-test schedule

    I have to take my physical test in a week and a half. situps, pushups, 1.5 mile run. Its on a saturday so I took wed-friday off work mainly because I currently have a very physical job and didn't want to be tired but I also know I don't need to lay around for 3 days any suggestions on a light workout? thanks.

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