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Eddie Muro
· May 12, 2017
As a cadet this was very helpful to learn how to design PT plans better suited for our Battalion in order to be physically ready for Advance Camp. This course was awesome and had some fun challenges. ...It was a great experience to also interact with high speed NCO's. I couldn't have asked for a better learning environment as well as instructors: Major Bower, CPT Dixon, SFC Pohovey, SSG Fox, and SSG Chacon. See More
Pete Rogers
· August 26, 2017
Awesome!! Top notch course with the best cadte.. very proffesional.
Michael Chivington
· May 20, 2016
This course as an eye opener to all aspects of physical fitness, great set of instructors MSG Barner, SSG Taylor, SSG Fox and SSG Wood, ask your company for this course it's going to give you the skil...ls and knowledge for life. See More
Andrea Danae Hartline
· February 7, 2017
This was one of the best Army courses I have been too. So much more than FM 7-22! I encourage everyone to go even if you think you know a lot about fitness.
Tony Dimas
· January 26, 2014
This change will take time but NCOs need to take a look, a real good look at what is expected during PRT, really look into the manual to get something out of it for themselves but more importantly for... thier Soldiers! The Army needs to get rid of the Taping method for HT/WT! There are better methods of aquiring the height and weight of the Army Soldiers, if we get trained on how to tape, why not train to use Calipers or something better up the chain in regards to proper body fat percentages! See More
A Scott Bradford
· November 7, 2013
The APFT and height & weight test/standards do not accurately show the fitness level of Soldiers. Especially for Soldiers who participate in power lifting, strength training, and/or bodybuilding. My m...ajor is Exercise Sciences and fitness is a big part of my life (the knowledge/education and actually being fit and in shape). I believe that I'm physically fit for any task that a Soldier needs to be able to perform, but if someone was to just look at my APFT score and my body fat tape results, which I'm not in compliance with according to the army's formula, they would assume that I'm not physically fit. See More
Joseph Patrick Kash
· April 29, 2016
Amazing course with extremely knowledgeable instructors. Very rewarding in many ways. Highly recommend going to this course while the current instructors are still there.
Travis L. Campbell
· July 16, 2016
Awesome course! Really enjoyed the very professional and knowledgeable instructors. How do I become an MFT Instructor? I was motivated and inspired by the wonderful team.
Chris Polanco
· December 1, 2015
Incredibly informative class, and the MFT Instructors were consummate professionals who knew their stuff while teaching us the standard but also making the class fun.
Pachuco De Oro
· November 20, 2015
Great Course! Learned a lot and motivated to continue acquiring knowledge and applying it !!! Outstanding MFT Instructors!!!
Brandan Beiermann
· March 20, 2015
Great wealth of knowledge in this organization. Every leader could benefit from the MFT course.
Joshua MacNary
· April 23, 2015
Outstanding course glad I was able to attend! Gained a wealth of knowledge!!!!
BlackArmy Debrain
· January 23, 2016
My name his Ali from.Ghana .and I want to joined. The army
Jesse Madrid
· December 9, 2013
I love PRT!!! lol #RandomThoughtsofanMFT
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To our future MFTs,
The ACE has authorized the following credits for the
MFTC Phase I DL
AR-0803-0019
MASTER FITNESS TRAINER ...
Course Number: 9E-SI6P/920-ASIP5 (DL), Phase 1.
Length: 4 weeks (46 hours).
Exhibit Dates: 10/14–Present.
Credit Recommendation: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in anatomy and physiology and 1 in health and physical education (10/14)(10/14).

MFTC Phase II
AR-0803-0020
MASTER FITNESS TRAINER
Course Number: 9E-SI6P/920-ASIP5, Phase 2.
Length: 2 weeks (76 hours).
Exhibit Dates: 10/14–Present.
Credit Recommendation: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in health and physical education, 1 in leadership, 1 in physical conditioning, and 1 in physical fitness (10/14)(10/14).

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Congratulations to our newest master fitness trainer course graduates!

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If you're wondering where or when the next MFTC will be held - go on ATRRS and search Master Fitness Trainer Course.

There are two phases:

Distance Learning Phase 1 (online)...
Resident (or MTT) Course Phase 2

For both phases- your school NCO must enroll you through ATRRS.

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Congratulations to our newest master fitness trainer course graduates!

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Class 16-711 Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Good job team!

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Congratulations to our newly graduated master fitness trainers class 16-718 Fort Bliss, TX! Welcome to the team.

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Congratulations to the newest Army Master Fitness Trainers! Class 16-717 Schofield, HI. You all did an amazing job, best wishes!

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Congratulations to our newly graduated master fitness trainer course class 16-715 Fort Rucker, AL. Job well done coaches!

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