'Do some planks at home, go jogging, eat healthy,' Chief of Naval Personnel VADM John Nowell said. '... Whatever you need to do to do your best to stay in shape and within our physical fitness standards is what we expect you to do.'
The Navy isn't the only service to cancel or postpone fitness tests during the global pandemic. As some base gyms closed as coronavirus cases picked up, leaders looked for ways to minimize activities that required close contact and shared equipment.
The Marine Corps in April suspended its physical fitness test for the rest of 2020. In May, the Air Force canceled its fitness test until at least October. The Army is also working to modify its new combat fitness test by the fall.
Gymnasium in the military base.
There is no membership involved in the base gyms, just limited to the military base population.