Normative data and evaluation

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  • 1. Evaluating Results Lloyd Dean Fitness Testing and Training
  • 2. Aims
    • Interpret test results and results and personal level of fitness (P5)
    • Explain test results and personal level of fitness, identifying strengths and areas for improvement (M2)
    • Evaluate test results and personal level of fitness, considering the level required to achieve excellence in a selected sport (D1)
    • (Task 2)
  • 3. Critical Thinking
    • What do we mean by Normative Data?
    • For each fitness test explain the positives and negatives of the procedure related to YOU
  • 4. How To Go From Zero to Hero?!
  • 5. Normative Data ( TopEndSports, 2011; BrianMac, 2011 )
    • 12 Minute Cooper Run
    • Sit and Reach
    Gender Excellent Above average Average Below average Poor Male >37 34 - 37 30 - 33 27 - 30 <27 Female >38 25 - 38 30 - 24 27 - 30 <27 Results Table Rating Distance (meters) Excellent > 2700 m Good 2300 - 2700 m Average 1900 - 2300 m Below average 1500 - 1900 m Poor < 1500 m
  • 6. Normative Data ( TopEndSports, 2011; BrianMac, 2011 )
    • 1 REP Max (Score=M ax. weight pressed / Bodyweight)
    • BMI
    1 Rep Max Bench Press Table (weight lifted per bodyweight) Rating Score (per body weight) Excellent > 1.60 Good 1.30 - 1.60 Average 1.15 - 1.29 Below Average 1.00 - 1.14 Poor 0.91 - 0.99 Very Poor < 0.90   Rating Men Women Underweight < 20 < 19 Healthy range 20-25 19-24 Overweight 26-30 25-30 Obese > 30 > 30
  • 7. Normative Data ( TopEndSports, 2011; BrianMac, 2011 )
    • Pull Ups
    • Standing Long Jump
    Gender Excellent Above average Average Below average Poor Male >13 9 - 13 6 - 8 3 - 5 <3 Female >6 5 - 6 3 - 4 1 - 2 0   Males Females Rating (CM) (CM) Excellent > 250 > 200 Very good 241-250 191-200 Above average 231-240 181-190 Average 221-230 171-180 Below average 211-220 161-170 Poor 191-210 141-160 Very poor < 191 < 141
  • 8. Normative Data ( TopEndSports, 2011; BrianMac, 2011 )
    • 30 Metre Sprint
    • T-Test
    Gender Excellent Above Average Average Below Average Poor Male <4.0 4.2 - 4.0 4.4 - 4.3 4.6 - 4.5 >4.6 Female <4.5 4.6 - 4.5 4.8 - 4.7 5.0 - 4.9 >5.0 Rating Males (Seconds) Females (Seconds) Excellent < 9.5 < 10.5 Good 9.5 to 10.5 10.5 to 11.5 Average 10.5 to 11.5 11.5 to 12.5 Poor > 11.5 > 12.5
  • 9. A Question of Sport
  • 10. Picture Round
  • 11. 1 Point for basic answer 2 Point’s for explaining your answer 3 Point’s for evaluating answer
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  • 35. 12 12 Minute Cooper Run Gender Excellent Above average Average Below average Poor Male >37 34 - 37 30 - 33 27 - 30 <27 Female >38 25 - 38 30 - 24 27 - 30 <27
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