Yo-Yo Endurance Test Levels

The Yo-Yo Endurance Test is a variation of the beep test. See a full description of the procedures for conducting the Yo-Yo Endurance Test. Note that this test requires continuous running, unlike the endurance version of the Yo-Yo Intermittent Test, which has rest periods of 5 seconds after each 40m run. The Yo-Yo test recording can be performed using the Team BeepTest software.

Yo-Yo Endurance Test Level 1 (YYETL1)

Here are the levels, speeds and accumulated distances for the Yo-Yo Endurance Level 1.

stage speed level speed
(km/hr)
no. of shuttles
(20m)
accumulated dist.
(m)
1 1 8.0 7 140
2 2 8.5 8 300
3 3 9.0 8 460
4 4 9.5 8 620
5 5 10.0 9 800
6 6 10.5 9 980
7 7 11.0 10 1180
8 8 11.5 10 1380
9 9 12 11 1600
10 10 12.5 11 1820
11 11 13 11 2040
12 12 13.5 12 2280
13 13 14 12 2520
14 14 14.5 13 2780
15 15 15 13 3040
16 16 15.5 13 3300
17 17 16 14 3580
18 18 16.5 14 3860
19 19 17 15 4160
20 20 17.5 15 4460

Yo-Yo Endurance Test Level 2 (YYETL2)

Here are the levels, speeds and accumulated distances for the Yo-Yo Endurance Level 2. (Castagna et al. 2006)

stage speed level speed
(km/hr)
no. of shuttles
(20m)
accumulated distance
(m)
1 8 11.5 10 200
2 9 12 11 420
3 10 12.5 11 640
4 11 13 11 860
5 12 13.5 12 1100
6 13 14 12 1340
7 14 14.5 13 1600
8 15 15 13 1860
9 16 15.5 13 2120
10 17 16 14 2400
11 18 16.5 14 2680
12 19 17 15 2980
13 20 17.5 15 3280
14 21 18 16 3600

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