The Air Force Fitness Program goal is to motivate Airmen to participate in a year-round physical conditioning program that emphasizes total fitness, to include proper aerobic conditioning, strength and flexibility training, and healthy eating. Health benefits from an active lifestyle will increase productivity, optimize health, and decrease absenteeism while maintaining a higher level of readiness.
Airmen who take a fitness assessment will receive a score in one of three categories:
Excellent: Composite score equal to or greater than 90, with all minimum components met.
Satisfactory: Composite score of 75 - 89.99, with all minimum components met.
Unsatisfactory: Composite score less than 75 and/or one or more minimum components not met.
Airmen will receive age and gender-specific composite scores based on the following maximum component scores: 60 points for aerobic, 20 points for body composition, 10 points for push-up and 10 points for sit-ups.
Those with duty limiting conditions prohibiting them from performing one or more components of the fitness assessment will have a composite score calculated on the assessed components. Airmen must achieve a minimum of 75 adjusted points, based on points available, and meet minimum component standards. These Airmen will receive a Pass or Fail in AFFMSII.