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Beep Test Turning Technique

October 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Shuttle Runs

See the contrasting styles on how to perform the beep test. I am not sure if the test procedures allow for such sweeping turns, but I would think that it would be more energy consuming than the straight up and down guy. It does not look like 20m, maybe they are doing a 15m version.

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The Beep Test Explained

October 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Shuttle Runs

The beep test, or bleep or 20m shuttle run test, is one of the most commonly performed fitness test. Here is a very good explaination of how the beep test is conducted.

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Interval Shuttle Run Test

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Shuttle Runs

This group of athletes are doing what they call the Interval Shuttle Run Test. The test looks like a variation of the beep test, similar to the Yo-Yo test. Notice the markers a couple of meters before the turning line, which is used to indicate the area which they must be in when it beeps otherwise they get a failure warning. At one point the players stop for 15 seconds, while the Yo-Yo Test has recovery times of 5 or 10 seconds.

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Square Beep Test

October 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Shuttle Runs

Here are some Italians performing an earlier version of the beep test (or they just have a poor sense of direction!).

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Beep Test Interview

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Shuttle Runs

These guys are obviously not taking their fitness test too seriously. An interview in French, with both the interviewer and interviewee running the beep test. I don’t understand French, so I have no idea what is being said.

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Harvard Step Test in Spanish

October 26th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Step Test

Another example of the Harvard Step test in a school classroom, unfortunately (unless you speak the language) the explanation is in Spanish or something like that. There is a lot of talking and not much action.

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Harvard Step Test Demonstration

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Step Test

A good example of someone performing the Harvard Step test. This version of the step test is a popular submaximal test of aerobic fitness, and involves stepping up and down on a box for up to five minutes.

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Treadmill VO2max Aerobic Fitness Test by Joseph

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · VO2max

The treadmill VO2max test is the criterion measure of aerobic power for runners. Here is a treadmill VO2max test conducted by a guy named Joseph, reaching a score of 64 ml/kg/min (5.3 L/min). You can see that quite a significant gradient is being used, and it gets pretty tough at the end.

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VO2max Test With Bikes On Rollers

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · VO2max

Here are a couple of professional cyclists performing a VO2max test. The VO2max test is the criterion measure of aerobic power in athletes. The athletes are using their own bikes set up on rollers. Turn up the volume, the voice over gives a good description of what is going on.

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Cycle Ergometer VO2 max test

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · VO2max

A cycle ergometer VO2 max test demonstration, going through all the steps required to set up and conduct the test. This method is using a manual method of collecting the expired gases, rather than using a ventilometer to measure the expired air volume and automated systems to collect samples of the expired air.

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