20m Run Test (Miller)

This 20-meter run fitness test is a simple variation of the 20m beep test developed by Health and Fitness consultant John Miller. It is a combination of the beep test with a set time distance run, that does not require a cd player or large running track. It is a new test and its validity and reliability have yet to be determined. See more on the modified beep tests.

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This test has not undergone scientific study and is not in common use. If you use these procedures for testing or include it in some research project, we would be very interested in any feedback.

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