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The REAPER is a fitness test designed to gauge athleticism. It was created by Fatal Fitness, a cross-training-specific website. The REAPER consists of the 8 events Fatal Fitness believes are essential to an accurate gauge of fitness: vertical leap, sit-and-reach flexibility test, pullups, pushups, situps, 3-mile run, dips, and a 1500m swim.[1]

The REAPER is an acronym for Really Elite Athletic Performance Enhancement. Really.


Scoring for the REAPER is based on a point system. It is extremely difficult to get a perfect score of 800 points (100 points for each event). Click here to access the official Score Charts.

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  1. Dan Donche (unknown). Beat the REAPER. Retrieved on 2008-04-11.