Presentation on theme: "Test Why ?????. To measure my level of fitness before I start a Training Programme To measure my level of fitness before I start a Training Programme."— Presentation transcript:
To measure my level of fitness before I start a Training Programme To measure my level of fitness before I start a Training Programme To monitor my Progress throughout my training programme To evaluate my Training and my Progress at the end of my Training Programme
The following tests can be used to test my fitness… Multi-Stage Fitness Test Multi-Stage Fitness Test Hand Grip Dynamometer Hand Grip Dynamometer Timed 100m Sprint Timed 100m Sprint Standing Long Jump Standing Long Jump Sit & Reach Test Sit & Reach Test Maximum Press-ups in 30secs Maximum Press-ups in 30secs Illinois Agility Run Illinois Agility Run Stork Stand Stork Stand Alternate Hand Wall Toss Alternate Hand Wall Toss Metre Rule Drop Metre Rule Drop 12 minute Cooper Test 12 minute Cooper Test Maximum Squat Thrusts in 30 secs Maximum Squat Thrusts in 30 secs
Question??? Using the book to help you can you identify which tests we would use for each aspect of fitness and give a brief description of the test.
Answers… Physical Aspect of FitnessDefinitionTest Cardio respiratory enduranceThe ability of the heart and lungs, to work for a long period of time without tiring. *Bleep test *Harvard step test *Cooper/12 minute run Muscular enduranceThe ability of a muscle or group of muscle, to work continuously/for a long time without tiring. *Number of sit-ups I could do in 30 secs. * Bent arm hang test StrengthThe maximum force a muscle/group of muscles can apply against a resistance. *Grip dynamometer test *Maximum weight I could life in one repetition/1 Rep Max. SpeedMoving the whole body part of the body very quickly/in a short time. *50 metre timed sprint PowerCombination of strength and speed. *Vertical jump *Standing broad FlexibilityThe range of movement at/across/around a joint. *Sit and reach test
Skill related aspect of FitnessDefinitionTest CoordinationLinking actions smoothly in the correct order *Alternate hand tennis ball throw AgilityThe ability to change direction or position of the body quickly, while under control *Illinois agility test BalanceHolding a position still/steady *One legged balance/stork stand Reaction timeThe time between receiving a stimulus and initiating a response *Ruler drop test
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