Beep Test Recording Sheet
This page provides a downloadable recording sheet for recording results when conducting a 20 multistage shuttle run test (also known as the beep or bleep test).
The sheet is designed for testing a group of athletes, providing a way of keeping track of the current level, and also somewhere to record the point at which each person drops out.
Using the Recording Sheet
The number of 20m shuttles for each level is listed on the sheet. You can cross off each one as it is completed to get a visual record of the current stage of the test. When someone misses an end, you could also mark that. When the person has finished (dropped out or told to stop), the level reached can be circled, and their name written on the line next to it.
I would welcome feedback on how you go using this form, and any suggestions on how it can be improved.
- We used the sheets last night at training and they were so much easier to use than previous weeks. We had 13 boys to record and 4 adults so we took 3/4 each and counted down the levels and circled these level as they dropped out! Brilliant idea! Thanks, Amanda Powell (21 Dec 2011)
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- Test Procedure - Detailed instructions for conducting the beep test. Also video examples.
- Calculating Your Score - calculator to determine your VO2max equivalent score
- Purchasing the beep test cd
- What's your best score? some results of athletes.
- Software downloads
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