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The Front-Leaning Rest Position (also sometimes referred to as FLRP) is the popular nomenclature for the classic pushup position, used widely by military units. More specifically, it is in reference to the top of the pushup position, as this is the authorized "rest" position during military fitness tests [1] [2] [3].

Video Highlight

This video demonstrates the front-leaning rest position as well as several applications and uses from it.

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References

  1. (2002). AFI 40-501, Air Force fitness program.. Department of the Air Force.
  2. (1992). FM 21-20 Ch.1, Physical fitness test.. Department of the Army.
  3. (2002). MCO P6100.12 Ch.1, Marine Corps physical fitness test and body composition program manual.. Department of the Navy.

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