I have applied for a job, had the interview, and, if all goes well, I will have to take a physical exam. I have tried to figure out what will be required by asking other employees (I interned at this place). People couldn't really remember. Something about lifting a weighted shovel a few times, running up and down a couple of steps. so....
1. What is normal for a physical exam? Do you think a local occupational therapist might know if I called around?
2. Any tips? If I could figure out what I'm going to do I could at least mentally visualize it (seems to help). I think maybe drinking water and getting rest and maybe a massage (been running lately and have some cramps) might help. Any ideas?
3. Search engine words? Google is giving me nothing.
I'm okay weight to height wise and don't have any health problems but I'm not super fit. I can lift my approximately 50lb son over my head, I can do a grand total of 3 proper pushups and I can run flat out for maybe 3 mins tops (I'm doing the couch to 5k plan so flat out is not how I am training right now)
I had no problems whatsoever on the internship but I think they will be testing beyond that.
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