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Apr National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association Physical Performance Test Preparation Kenneth L Kaylor, MD Larry Dorsey
Apr My Previous Job
Apr Who Are We Larry Dorsey National Referee Emeritus Assistant Director NRP National Clinician National Clinician Kenneth L Kaylor, MD Orthopaedic Surgeon Team Physician Flight Surgeon
Apr Goals Understand the PPT Review the PPT Elements Techniques for Success
Apr No Crashes
Apr What Is the PPT Aerobic Fitness Test Agility Test Speed/recovery Test
Apr Scoring the PPT 5 Points/test Max of 20 Points Passing Avg Score 3.5/test Total Passing Score of 14
Apr Elements 12 Min Run Pro 40 AR 50 Meter Test 30 Meter Shuttle
Apr Run Timed Run for Distance 100m Legs 2 Legs Per Lap DistanceScore > <20000
Apr Pro 40 Test 10m Box 2 “Laps” Total of 80m
Apr Pro 40 Test Lap 1 Lap 2 SprintSprint BackwardsBackwards SprintSprint Sidestep BackwardsBackwards Start Reverse Direction
Apr m AR Test XStartATimingStart Sprint 15 m Sprint Sidestep 10 m AFinish
Apr m Shuttle 30 m Run AB Walk Area Run Pattern A to B : B to A : A to B 10 second walk rest B to A : A to B : B to A : A to B
Apr Tips Pre Test Warm Up Tricks
Apr Pre Test Good Night Sleep Training Breakfast Arrive Early
Apr Warm-up Light Jog 5-10 Min Dynamic Stretch Hydrate
Apr Min Run Tricks Controlled Start Time Your Lap Times Know Your Goal
Apr Min Run Tricks Run Your Pace Stay on Pace Turns Stop/start Round the Bend
Apr Time/distance 12 Minute Run 9 Min Mile Is 2133 M - 1:07 Lap 8 Min Mile Is 2400 M - 1:00 Lap 7 Min Mile Is 2742 M - 0:52 Lap 6 Min Mile Is 3200 M - 0:45 Lap 1 Lap Is 200 M
Apr Pro 40 Test Tricks Control Your Change of Directions Finished the Backwards Run With Confidence Catch Your Partners
Apr M AR Test Tricks Control the Change of Motion Run Through the Finish
Apr M Shuttle Use the Dynamic Start Be to Speed at the Start Use the 10 Sec Rest Use the Dynamic Start on the Second Part Run Through Finish
Apr Overall Tips Hydrate Between Test Bring Different Shoes Studs/turf/flats Get There Early Have Fun Support Each Other
Apr We’re Out of Here
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