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    Cheers ladies and gents - perfect response. I thought there would be a fitness section on this forum. I've noticed there are on US equivalent, although there seems to be more of a focus out there on development of fitness. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Cheers everyone. The bleep test is only part of the process (dead weight lift, shield run and safe lifts). RM, thanks for the reply back. I will certainly adopt some of these during my training programme. At the gym, I largely do cardio work at the moment. The dead lift is largely about natural strength and I believe the main issue is the 10 bleep test. RM, is there a specific plan that you follow? Thanks for taking the time to reply. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Hello all, I am not sure as to what the demographics are as to where people serve. However, as this is my first post I am going to briefly introduce myself. I am currently employed as a Constable in a super urban environment and work on response team. I am currently a level 2 public order office and I have aspirations to become a police medic. I am aware, from the POLKA website, that there are a variety of different requirements that vary in force to force to be a medic. At the force I work for the requirements are a 10.2 bleep test. There are other requirements, but I am confident of achieving those. I want the 10.2 so bad. However, I am struggling to drastically improve my fitness to accommodate this. The police is genuinely split between those that try to keep/get fit, those that aren't fit and those that are very fit. I most likely fall into the first one. Does anybody have any fitness suggestions that will enable to plan a good schedule which will allow me to achieve this target with a two month turnaround window? I know for a fact I can attain 6.5 on the bleep as this is the requirement for level 2. I am 16 st 7p and I work out between 2-3 times a week. Constructive answers would be awesome AND it would be bloody lovely if here were any fellow public order medics on here?