FBI Workout with Stew Smith 4+

David Norcott Incorporated

Designed for iPhone

    • $9.99

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The FBI Workout with Stew Smith is the best way to prepare for the FBI and law enforcement Physical Fitness Test. Whether you are applying to the FBI, state police, or just want to get in the best shape of your life, this app can help you achieve your goals.

The workout plan included with the FBI Workout App was developed by Stew Smith: former Navy SEAL, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). The plan has been successfully tested for over seven years with numerous FBI Academy candidates (now FBI Academy graduates).

In the highly-competitive field of law enforcement, preference is given to candidates in superb physical condition. Forget merely passing the PFT; this app will show you the secrets of attaining your highest possible score.

The FBI Workout App includes:
• The 7-week workout plan proven to get you in shape for the academy
• Practice test complete with scoring information
• Interactive exercise timer to keep you on pace during your workout
• 35 exercise videos to help you perfect your technique
• 13 dynamic stretching videos to keep you injury-free and performing your best
• 25 minutes of one-on-one video instruction to maximize your PFT scores
• The official FBI scoring system and guidelines for taking the PFT
• Information on nutrition, tips on doubling your pushups, shaving 2:00 off your mile pace, and more!

This app contains all the material from Stew's FBI Fitness eBook (normally $16.95) and Test Clinic DVD ($24.95). That's more $40 of exercises and videos in the palm of your hand!

This app will show you how to attain the maximum scores for each event in the FBI PT Test standards and Cooper Institute of Aerobic Research Standards for Law Enforcement:
- Situps
- 300m sprint
- Pushups
- 1.5 mile run
- Pullups

This program will also prepare you for the Cooper Institute Standards for Law Enforcement Physical Assessment tests (vertical jump, pushups, situps, bench press, 300m run, 1.5 mile run) used by the following state law enforcement agencies:

Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Washington.

Why is the FBI Workout App the best choice for preparing for the PFT?
* Take this workout anywhere you go, whether you exercise at home, at the gym, or even when you go out for a run. *

* Find out how you will you perform on the PFT. Take the interactive practice test, get your score, and find areas to improve. *

* Do you know the correct form for the 8-Count Bodybuilder Pushup? Stew's exercise videos will show you the perfect form for 35 different exercises and 13 warmups. *

* Watch 25 minutes of one-on-one video instruction where Stew explains all the strategies, tips, and techniques that will get you the best possible score on the PFT. *

Comments from a current officer:
"In 2006, I decided to change careers and enter the law enforcement field. I was 29 years old, 5'8", 260 lbs, and unable to complete the State Police PFT. I purchased your FBI Academy / PFT Prep Workout and ritualistically followed it 6 days a week for over six months. When I applied and tested for the State Police in Feb 2007, I received superior marks on all levels, and an excellent in the 1.5 mile run. I entered academy at 31 years old and 185 lbs and excelled though academy. So, thank you for everything you do for today's modern warrior."

About Stew Smith:

Stew Smith is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former Navy SEAL Lieutenant, and author of several fitness and self defense books such as The Complete Guide to Navy SEAL Fitness, Maximum Fitness, The Special Ops Workouts, and SWAT Fitness.

Certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and as military fitness trainer, Stew has trained thousands of students for Navy SEAL, Special Forces, SWAT, FBI, ERT and other law enforcement professions.

What’s New

Version 2.2.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

updated for iOS 11
changed support email address
minor UI changes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
617 Ratings

617 Ratings

London Resident ,

I passed on my first try thanks to this app

This is worth the money. If you are really serious about passing the test then you need to get this app and follow the program. If you follow it to the letter and don’t slack off you WILL see results.

Before I got the app, I did my first practice test and scored a 4. I did this app’s entire program once through and when I did my second practice test I scored a 16. I then did the entire program again from the beginning and when I did my third practice test I scored a 23. I ran through several more practice tests before the real thing and consistently scored 23-24. On the actual test I scored a 23. Yay!

I’m now going through this app’s program a third time in order to keep in shape and achieve a higher score on my pre-Academy test. Definitely some of the best money I ever spent!

ice_6114 ,

Good app, but needs a few tweaks

Thank you David for a great training tool. It has lots of internal features, including videos of exercises that come in acronyms. It is nice to get the additional tips and trips for the PFT as well. Instructions are simple and the workouts are challenging.

I’ve asked the developer to include an audible alert for the countdown timers, and to create a notes area. This would make the app an all-in-one show stopper.

Do the training outlined in the program, and results will show. Also, read the disclaimer. It is not a beginner’s workout program, but there’s an area for that, called the 45 day beginner eBook. Also, if you’re time limited, I’ve found that it’s sometimes easier to split the workouts.

Sweat+Effort=Results. Get to it!

smccdrummer ,

Overtraining and Stress Fracture

I am previously a NSCA certified personal trainer, and experienced overtraining, pulled hamstrings, and a “severe stress fracture” in the ‘ring finger’ toe of my right foot.

After just two weeks of trying to follow the plan, I knew it was at a starting point that most people wouldn’t be able to accomplish without negative impact. Despite pain, which I attributed to my body acclimating to the intense training, I continued to train. I even scaled back some of the workouts. I changed my 1.5 pace to the point equivalent of earning a zero instead of a one… and still I ended up with a stress fracture. Today is my first day back to be allowed to jog after 9 weeks in a boot and on a knee scooter. I’ve been in PT for 3 weeks now. That’s 12 weeks since I last was running regularly.

If you wish to have setbacks, download the app, and follow it to the ‘T’… and don’t bother emailing Stew. I tried twice and he didn’t respond.

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