Pace programmed aerobic anaerobic accommodating circuit exercise
Flexibility is defined as the range of motion about a joint.Flexibility will improve the ability to get in and out of a police car.
The system or pathway used to deliver the energy is determined by the type (intensity and duration) of the work required by the body.It includes information on: Cardiovascular Fitness involves the large muscle groups, is continuous, repetitive and rhythmical.It is the efficiency with which the heart and lungs deliver oxygen to the working muscles and the removal of waste products from the creation of energy.Muscular strength is also important in guarding against injuries and also forms the base for the development of speed and power.A physical fight with a suspect, sprinting up stairs, or jumping over barriers (in a full uniform) requires a significant level of muscular strength.Muscular Strength is the ability of a muscle or muscle groups to exert force during specific movements.
Muscular strength is very important in lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, climbing, running, jumping, changing directions quickly, and in fighting.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police promotes and supports the importance of fitness for duty, fitness for life.
Most cadets leave Depot in the best physical condition of their lives.
The Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) is a physical abilities evaluation which requires you to be in good physical fitness because it stresses all three energy systems of the body (aerobic, anaerobic alactate, and anaerobic lactate).
In other words, you need to have a fit cardiovascular system as well as good muscular strength and endurance.
As we age, muscles shorten and range of motion about a joint may be affected.