US Army Push up Standards

A push up (or press-up) is a common calisthenics exercise. The push ups are done by raising and lowering the body using the arms in a prone position. Push ups are a barebones muscle-building exercise. Below given is the US Army Push Up Standards for female, which can be used to rate a person's physical fitness. The Female APFT chart helps you to know how much push ups you need to get 100% score in your physical fitness test. A Soldier must score a minimum of 60 % to pass each test.

Female APFT Chart

Number of Push UpsPoints
17 - 21 Age22 -26 Age27 - 31 Age32 - 36 Age37 - 41 Age42 - 46 Age47 - 51 Age52 - 56 Age
51
50 100
49 99
48 98
47 96
46 10095
45 9994100
44 979399
43 969297
42100949096
4198938995
4097928893100
399590879299
389389859197
379188848996100
36908683889498
35888582879397
34868381859195100
3384827984909498
3283817883889297
3181797781879095100
307978768085899399
297777757984879296
287675737782869095
277474727681848893
267272717579828791
257071707378818589
246970687276798387
236768677175788285
226567666973768084
216366656872747882
206264646770737780
196063626569717578
185861616467707376
175760606366687275
165559596164667073
155357586063656871
145156565961636769
135054555860626567
124852545859506365
114650525457586264
104449505256576062
94349495054555860
84148494953545758
73945484951525556
63745474850505355
53643454748495253

US Army Push up Standards for female shows the points for the number of push ups done by people of different age groups ranging from 17 to 56. As per the Female APFT Chart, people of age group 27-31 should complete a maximum of 50 push ups whereas, only 31 pushups is enough for the people of age group 52 - 56 to score 100 points.


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