A 60-yard shuttle run
It's similar to "suicides" that sports teams use, but it's harder to cut corners. A soldier runs five yards, picks up a wooden block and runs back, puts the block on the starting line, repeats that over a 10-yard, then 15-yard distance. In total the soldier runs 60 yards. The blocks are used to make sure soldiers don't cut corners. They have to put them down on the starting line for it to count. The run tests a soldier's lower body muscles and his or her ability to move quickly.
Standing long jump