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Risk Assessment of the Physical Fitness Testing Center of the Armed Forces Using the ISO Theory

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To improve physical fitness of military servicemen and to enhance the military strength, physical training is a training item with continuously requirements. In order to develop a complete set of physical fitness standards for servicemen, this study conducted literature review, and referred to the physical examination standards of advanced countries, while using training resources for grouping during training. By adopting models of “acceptance certificate” and “regular testing,” the physical testing could be carried out according to the procedures, steps and main points, thus facilitating the continuous improvements of the servicemen. In order to ensure the purpose of fair training testing, a professional electronic automatic testing device is applied and adopted by testing officers. However, the physical fitness testing center also faces some risks, and further discussion and improvement are needed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2013

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