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Utah deputies get break on fitness


By Joseph M. Dougherty
The Deseret Morning News
Related: Is your workout really going to help you in the field?

FARMINGTON, Utah — There's at least one job in Davis County that's usually open.

It's one that requires you to be able to run 1.5 miles in 16 minutes, bench-press 70 percent of body weight one time, perform 30 sit-ups in one minute, 25 pushups with no time limit and make a vertical leap of 13 inches.

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