University of Montreal Track Test

The Université de MontrĂ©al Track Test (UM-TT) is a continuous maximal indirect multistage running field test based on the energy cost of running, a precursor to the Beep Test. The test was first described by Léger & Boucher (1980).

VO2max= 1.353 + (3.163 × velocity in last stage ) + ((0.0122586 × (velocity in last stage)2)

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