Chair Stand Test

The chair stand test is similar to a squat test to measure leg strength. This test is part of the Senior Fitness Test Protocol, and is designed to test the functional fitness of seniors.

Men’s Results

Age below average average above average
60-64 < 14 14 to 19 > 19
65-69 < 12 12 to 18 > 18
70-74 < 12 12 to 17 > 17
75-79 < 11 11 to 17 > 17
80-84 < 10 10 to 15 > 15
85-89 < 8 8 to 14 > 14
90-94 < 7 7 to 12 > 12

Women’s Results

Age below average average above average
60-64 < 12 12 to 17 > 17
65-69 < 11 11 to 16 > 16
70-74 < 10 10 to 15 > 15
75-79 < 10 10 to 15 > 15
80-84 < 9 9 to 14 > 14
85-89 < 8 8 to 13 > 13
90-94 < 4 4 to 11 > 11

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