Everyday Women Take The FBI Fitness Test


(upbeat, industrial music) – Working out has been
a huge part of my life. I try to do it as much as I can, at least three times a week. – I’ll do, usually, three days of cardio, and three days of strength. – I’m a competitive CrossFitter. I work out ten or 11 hours a week. – For the last four years, I’ve been an Olympic weightlifter. – Hopefully I don’t, I don’t pass out. – I don’t want to get runner’s diarrhea. – What if I trip? What
I’m not fast anymore? What if I’m too old? – Best-case scenario, I
beat all the other girls. Worst-case scenario, I fail completely and make a fool out of myself. (ominous, orchestral music) – The physical fitness
test is administered according to very strict FBI protocols. – Event one, sit-ups to
be done in one minute. Event two, 300-meter dash. Event three, push-ups to
be done without stopping. Event four, one and a half mile run. (repetitive, authoritative
orchestral music) – You got it.
– Oh my god. Ah! That was way harder than I thought. (soft, modest music) – Sit-ups for time is a lot harder than I thought it would be. – I think I did it right. I was bouncing pretty hard off the ground. I think I got some momentum from that. – It wasn’t too bad. I was very focused
throughout and I feel like I’m ready for the next challenge. – I went through a range of
emotions, like I’d be like, “I’m crushing it! Oh my god
there’s so much time left! Oh, now I’m slowing… Now
I’m crushing it again!” (determined, instrumental music) (background cheers) (encouraging remarks) (soft, pulsing music) – I went fast out of the gate and then I was like, this is a bad idea. – We got to the half-way mark
and Candace goes, “I’m dying.” – I felt good, like I went out kind of easier —
– Yeah. – and then just turned it on.
– Right. – But pretty close, I was like, am I even running in a
straight direction anymore? (escalating, epic orchestral music) (soft, tingling percussion) – It was pretty easy, because apparently FBI push-ups are only
half the range of motion compared to the push-ups I normally do. – Maybe if I did the correct
form it would have been harder. But since I just like
(laughs) screwed it up, I think it was pretty easy. – It felt really different,
because I normally do my push-ups really close here. So I felt them a lot in a
different part of my arm. – I have a weak upper body, and I knew that this wasn’t gonna be fun. (escalating, epic orchestral music) (soft, pulsing music) – I think that slope, that
first slope really hit me in my glutes and I felt like
I wasn’t going to make it, but I kept a consistent pace and having the music was really
helpful to get through it. – At some point I had to
stop and walk a little, but then instead of getting defeated, I remembered how when I
did marathon training, that even a short rest gives
you so much more energy and then I was able to take
off and finish the run. – I’m actually very
shocked that I did that in that amount of time because I usually run
like a ten-minute mile. I think I was just terrified of failing. – Man, that first hill was so steep, and I was never the same again. But that being said, this was actually my fastest mile pace I’ve run in years. (soft instrumental music) – So, I passed. I feel good about it. I’m slightly surprised. I really thought I was going to fail on that mile and a half run,
so I’m glad that I didn’t. – I’m kinda proud of myself. I think I did pretty well. – The FBI fitness test wasn’t as challenging as
I thought it was gonna be. – But it does make me a little sad that I was able to crush the FBI test, and makes you wonder if they shouldn’t have a little higher benchmark. – Now that I’ve passed it,
I kinda feel unstoppable. I feel like I should be in a
James Bond movie or something. – To celebrate, I’m going
to have some ice cream, and I’m going to go
work-out in the morning feeling pretty good about myself. (plucky instrumental music)

100 thoughts on “Everyday Women Take The FBI Fitness Test

  1. Buzzfeed when people think of the day "everyday women" they don't usually think of crossfitters and weight lifters.

    You Idiots

  2. Omg in my PE class we had to do 75 sits ups with out stopping. I would of done the sit up tests easily. 😎 omg also in my PE class we had to do 35 push ups. I would of passed those 2 tests and that's it XD

  3. Awesome! I am a PTI in the British Army and wonder if she could pass the BRITISH ARMY Test! Check it out on my channel

  4. Every day women? Are you joking?? Show me the mom that has little to no workout time. Show me the woman who works 40 to 60 hours a week and doesn't have a lot of workout time. Every day women my ass.

  5. What do you mean with 'everyday women'? One of them qualified for olympic, the other one working out 6 days a week, the others working out regularly several hour a week. Nothing 'everyday women' about them.

  6. me: Okay, I'm going to work more on my making sure my body is fit
    Five minutes later
    me: Grabs ice cream and watches other people struggle

  7. Maybe one of them would ACTUALLY believe she's fit enough to join the FBI lol

    4:04 and music is allowed for fitness test? No no no that's am unfair boost psychologically.. could anyone confirm whether that's permissible in standard PT ?

  8. Number of correct sit-ups for all four: ZERO. Jordan came close to doing an actual sit-up, but close only counts in horse-shoes and hand-grenades.

  9. When you pick “everyday women” you pick someone who already works out a lot, but when you pick “everyday men” you pick a bunch of fat gay men that never works out. Feminists

  10. …. okaaayyy. Most of them would be disqualified just for doing it improperly. Quality Over Quantity. If you aren't doing it right you aren't doing it at all.

  11. Those aren't everyday women! lol Everyday women don't typically do CrossFit or lift weights competitively The average woman dont even go to the gym twice a year. I think what you guys meant was 'Civilian Women" hehe

  12. Oy did they grade on a steep curve. Now go watch the real FBI fitness test video and you will see what I mean.
    Not saying I can do any better, I can't; just saying 95% of this was not true to the form required for the real test.

  13. Who gets motivated by work out videos and work out the same day wid full on passion and next day
    Its like I dont need to do it am pretty healthy rit? And then sit on a couch watching yummy 😜 food videos

  14. You don’t need to sit up fully to count it as a full sit up. In the military, as long as your elbows touch your thighs that’s a full sit up so Jordan wasted time going all the way up

  15. don't mind me im just trying to pass this test, I need the standards soooooo you can use the timestamps as well 🙂

    sit-ups – 1:24
    300 meter – 2:16
    pushups (CMON PEEPS THE FORMMMMMM) – 3:00
    1.5 miles – 3:54

    Goal – earn at least 1 in each test and an accumulative score of 12
    (I will be increasing my goals so watch for my increase to show progress 😉

  16. And then they acted like they were insane bc they passes, but everything was done wrong, and the test wasnt that hard

  17. THEY ARE NOT EVERYDAY WOMEN!
    An everyday woman would be someone like me who does absolutely 0 hours of excercise, not a freakishly athletic woman who does 13 hours!

  18. Actually, everyday women would've been like "yeah I see Netflix every day and eat at McDonald once a week… You know, maybe twice a week"

  19. "Everyday Women"… The males were everyday, meanwhile all these girls work out frequently which is unlike the majority of the population.

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