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FITNESS
TESTING
PART = 1
BY : NISHITA PATEL
(FY . MPT )
•OUTLINE
• WHAT IS PHYSICAL FITNESS
• AIM OF TESTING
• CLASSIFICATION OF TESTING
• TEST SEQUENCE
• CLASSIFICATION = 1 ( TYPE 1)
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 2
INTRODUCTION
Physical fitness is the ability to perform moderate
to vigorous levels of physical activity without undue
fatigue and capability of maintaining such a ability
through out life
According to American college of sports medicine (
ACSM )
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 3
AIMS
1. TO IDENTIFY STRENGTH AND
WEAKNESS OF CURRENT
PERFORMANCE OR STATE OF
HEALTH
2. TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK
REGARDING THE
EFFECTIVENESS OF A
TRAINING OR LIFE STYLE
MODIFICATION PROGRAM
3. FOR BETTER
UNDERSTANDING OF SELF
CAPABILITIES​
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 5
CLASSIFICATION
CLASSIFICATION 1 CLASSIFICATION 2 CLASSIFICATION 3 CLASSIFICATION 4
• HEALTH RELATED
FITNESS
• SKILL RELATED
FITNESS
• PHYSICAL FITNESS
• MOTOR FITNESS
• DIRECT METHOD
• INDIRECT METHOD
• AEROBIC
• ANEROBIC
TEST
SEQUENCE
The ACSM following guidelines
for test sequence:
1) resting blood pressure
and heart rate
2) body composition
3) aerobic fitness
4) strength / muscular
endurance
5) flexibility.
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 6
CLASSIFICATION - 1
HEALTH
RELATED
PHYSICAL
FITNESS
SKILL RELATED
PHYSICAL
FITNESS
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 8
HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS
CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS IS THE LEVEL AT WHICH YOUR HEART,
LUNGS, AND MUSCLES WORK TOGETHER WHEN YOU’RE EXERCISING FOR
AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME. THIS SHOWS HOW EFFICIENTLY YOUR
CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM FUNCTIONS, AND IS AN INDICATOR OF HOW
PHYSICALLY FIT AND HEALTHY YOU ARE.
CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE IS MEASURED BY MAXIMUM OXYGEN
UPTAKE (VO2 MAX) AND HOW IT’S USED DURING INTENSE EXERCISE.
HIGHER AMOUNTS OF OXYGEN UPTAKE SHOW THAT YOU’RE USING MORE
OXYGEN AND THAT YOUR CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM IS FUNCTIONING
EFFICIENTLY.
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N
9
Cardiorespiratory physical fitness
Submaximal tests
Submaximal stress tests are designed to assess
cardiovascular fitness without pushing the
individual to their absolute maximum exertion
level. These tests are often used for general
fitness assessments, exercise prescriptions, and
population-based studies.
The intensity of the exercise during a
submaximal stress test is moderate, typically not
reaching the individual's maximum heart rate.
The test may involve a fixed workload or a
predetermined percentage of the individual's
estimated maximum heart rate.
Monitoring Similar to maximal stress tests,
submaximal tests involve monitoring heart rate,
blood pressure, and sometimes ECG.
Maximal tests
Maximal stress tests aim to push the individual
to their maximum exertion level. These tests are
designed to determine the maximum capacity of
the cardiovascular system and provide a
comprehensive assessment of cardiovascular
function.
The most common type of maximal stress test is
the maximal treadmill or bicycle exercise test.
The intensity of the exercise is gradually
increased until the person reaches their
maximum heart rate or is unable to continue due
to fatigue, shortness of breath, or other
symptoms.
continuous monitoring of the participant's heart
rate, blood pressure, and electrocardiogram
(ECG)
HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL
FITNESS CARDIORESPIRATORY
TREADMILL TEST
 BRUCE PROTOCOL
 MODIFIED BRUCE PROTOCOL
 NAUGHTON PROTOCOL
 BALKE-WARE TREADMILL TEST
 ELLESTAD TREADMILL PROTOCOL
 RAMP TREADMILL TEST
CYCLE TESTING
 ASTRAND CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST
 YMCA CYCLE ERGOMETER TESTS
 BALKE CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST
 LEGER 20-METER SHUTTLE TEST (BIKE VERSION)
 RAMP CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST
ARM ERGOMETER
Lab testing Field testing
 1minute mile run test
 Cooper run test
 Shuttle run test
Step tests
 Queen step test
 Mc ardle step tests
 Chester step tests
 Harvard Step Test
 Rockport Fitness Walking Test
 2- or 5 Minute Step Test:
LAB TESTING TREADMILL TEST
AIMS :
 TREADMILL TEST WAS DEVELOPED AS A
CLINICAL TEST TO DETERMINE PEAK VO2
IN CARDIAC PATIENTS.
 THOUGH IT CAN ALSO BE USED TO
ESTIMATE CARDIOVASCULAR
FITNESS IN ATHLETES.
LAB TESTING TREADMILL TEST
PRETEST PREPARATIONS
 PATIENTS SHOULD BE INSTRUCTED NOT TO EAT, DRINK CAFFEINATED ,
OR SMOKE FOR 3 HOURS BEFORE TESTING AND TO WEAR
COMFORTABLE SHOES AND LOOSE-FITTING CLOTHES.
 UNUSUAL PHYSICAL EXERTION SHOULD BE AVOIDED BEFORE TESTING.
 A STANDARD 12-LEAD ECG IS USUALLY OBTAINED
 THE ECG SHOULD BE OBTAINED AND BLOOD PRESSURE RECORDED IN
BOTH POSITIONS, AND PATIENTS SHOULD BE INSTRUCTED ON HOW TO
PERFORM THE TEST
 BEFORE THE TEST, THE PATIENT'S BASELINE VITAL SIGNS SUCH AS
HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND SOMETIMES
ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG OR EKG) ARE RECORDED WHILE THEY ARE
AT REST..
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
TREADMILL, STOPWATCH, ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH,
METABOLIC CART
PROCEDURE:
ELECTRODES ARE ATTACHED TO THE PATIENT'S CHEST, ARMS,
AND LEGS TO MONITOR THE ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE HEART
DURING THE TEST.
THE PATIENT WALKS OR RUNS ON A TREADMILL. THE SPEED AND
INCLINE OF THE TREADMILL ARE GRADUALLY INCREASED TO RAISE THE
HEART RATE AND SIMULATE PHYSICAL STRESS.
THROUGHOUT THE TEST, THE PATIENT'S VITAL SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, AND
ECG ARE CONTINUOUSLY MONITORED.
THE TEST CONTINUES UNTIL THE PATIENT REACHES A TARGET HEART
RATE, EXPERIENCES SYMPTOMS LIKE CHEST PAIN OR FATIGUE, OR IF
THERE ARE ABNORMAL CHANGES IN THE ECG THAT SUGGEST
POTENTIAL HEART ISSUES.
RESULTS:
THE TEST SCORE IS THE TIME TAKEN ON THE TEST,
IN MINUTES. IDEALLY THIS SHOULD BE BETWEEN
9-15 MINUTES.
FOR ATHLETE CALCULATE VO2MAX
VO2 MAX IS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF OXYGEN CONSUMED
DURING THE TEST, EXPRESSED IN MILLILITERS PER
KILOGRAM OF BODY WEIGHT PER MINUTE
VO2 MAX= (O2 (ML) /WEIGHT (KG) /TIME (MIN)).
F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 1 6
LAB TESTING CYCLE TESTING
REQUIREMENTS:
HEART RATE MONITORS, BLOOD PRESSURE CUFFS, AND CYCLE
ERGOMETER DEVICES, ECG MONITORING
PROCEDURE:
EXPLAIN BRIEF PARTICIPANTS ON THE TESTING PROCEDURE, INCLUDING
WHAT TO EXPECT DURING THE TEST OR MEASURE RESTING HEART RATE.
CYCLE ERGOMETER: FAMILIARIZE PARTICIPANTS WITH THE STATIONARY BIKE
(CYCLE ERGOMETER) AND ENSURE PROPER SEAT ADJUSTMENT.
MONITORING HEART RATE , BLOOD PRESSURE, AND ANY OTHER MONITORING
DEVICES.
CONTINUE THE TEST UNTIL THE PARTICIPANT REACHES EXHAUSTION OR THE
PREDETERMINED ENDPOINT.
INITIAL WORKLOAD: START THE TEST AT A LOW INTENSITY OR RESISTANCE
LEVEL.
INCREMENTAL INCREASES: GRADUALLY INCREASE THE WORKLOAD AT EVERY
3 MINUTES.
RESULTS:THE TEST SCORE IS THE TIME TAKEN ON THE TEST,
IN MINUTES. IDEALLY THIS SHOULD BE BETWEEN
10-20 MINUTES.
FOR ATHLETE CALCULATE VO2MAX
VO2 MAX IS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF
OXYGEN CONSUMED DURING THE TEST,
EXPRESSED IN MILLILITERS PER
KILOGRAM OF BODY WEIGHT PER MINUTE
VO2 MAX= (O2 (ML) /WEIGHT (KG) /TIME (MIN)).
LAB TESTING ARM ERGOMETER
IN THE ARM ERGOMETER STRESS TEST, THE PATIENT CAN SIT OR
STAND WHILE CRANKING THE ARM ERGOMETER. THE TEST
PROTOCOL IS GRADED, JUST AS A TREADMILL PROTOCOL, WITH
INCREASES IN WORKLOAD EVERY TWO MINUTES UNTIL EXHAUSTION
STEP TESTING
EQUIPMENT A STURDY STEP BENCH OR PLATFORM OF A SPECIFIED HEIGHT
(USUALLY 16 TO 20 INCHES FOR ADULTS).
PROCEDURE:
PARTICIPANTS SHOULD WEAR COMFORTABLE ATHLETIC ATTIRE AND
APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR.
RECORD BASELINE MEASUREMENTS, INCLUDING HEART RATE, BLOOD
PRESSURE, AND ANY RELEVANT HEALTH INFORMATION.
THE TEST TYPICALLY LASTS FOR A SET DURATION, SUCH AS 3, 5, OR 10
MINUTES, DEPENDING ON THE PROTOCOL.
PARTICIPANTS ARE INSTRUCTED TO MAINTAIN A CONSISTENT STEPPING
RHYTHM THROUGHOUT THE TEST.
HEART RATE IS MONITORED DURING AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE TEST
RESULTS:
THE INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS FROM A STEP
TEST INVOLVES ANALYZING THE PARTICIPANT’S
HEART RATE RESPONSE DURING AND AFTER
THE TEST
QUICK RECOVERY: A FASTER RETURN TO
BASELINE HEART RATE MAY INDICATE BETTER
CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS.
SLOWER RECOVERY: A SLOWER RECOVERY
MAY SUGGEST A LOWER LEVEL OF
CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING.
FIELD TESTING RUN TESTS
REQUIREMENTS: MEASURING TAPE, CONES, NON SLIP SURFACE
PROCEDURE
EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND PROCEDURES OF THE RUN TEST TO
PARTICIPANTS.
BEGIN WITH 5-10 MINUTES OF LIGHT AEROBIC EXERCISE (E.G., JOGGING IN
PLACE, DYNAMIC STRETCHING)
RECORD PARTICIPANTS' RESTING HEART RATE , BP BEFORE THE RUN TEST.
ENSURE THE COURSE DISTANCE IS ACCURATELY MEASURED (E.G., 1.5 MILES
FOR THE 1.5-MILE RUN TEST).
MARKING: CLEARLY MARK THE START AND FINISH POINTS.
RECORD THE TIME EACH PARTICIPANT FINISHES THE RUN.
HEART RATE MEASUREMENT AND BP IMMEDIATELY MEASURE POST-EXERCISE.
RESULTS:
A SHORTER TIME TO
COMPLETE THE RUN INDICATES BETTER
CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS AND
ENDURANCE.
OR COMPARE THE PARTICIPANT’S
RUN TIME WITH AGE- AND
GENDER-SPECIFIC
NORMS IF AVAILABLE.
COMPARE HEART RATE
RESPONSES WITH ESTABLISHED
NORMS OR INDIVIDUAL BASELINE
MEASUREMENTS.
HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL
FITNESS MUSCLES
Flexibility
The ability of the
muscle to allow
full range of
motion in a joint
Strength
The amount of
force a muscle
can generate
with a single
maximum effort
Endurance
Ability of the
muscle or group
of muscles to
contract
repeatedly for a
long period of
time
FLEXIBILITY
Static
 PROM
 End feel
 Isolated muscle length
tests
Dynamic
 Sit and Reach Test
 Shoulder stretch test
STRENGTH
Static
 Hand Grip Strength
Dynamic
 Maximum Bench Press Test
 Maximum Leg Press Test
ENDURANCE
 30 SECOND SIT UP TEST
 THE CURL UP TEST
 THE PUSH UP TEST
 THE SQUAT TEST
 CHIN UP TEST
HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL
FITNESS BODY COMPOSITION
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Fitness testing for athletics part one

  • 1. FITNESS TESTING PART = 1 BY : NISHITA PATEL (FY . MPT )
  • 2. •OUTLINE • WHAT IS PHYSICAL FITNESS • AIM OF TESTING • CLASSIFICATION OF TESTING • TEST SEQUENCE • CLASSIFICATION = 1 ( TYPE 1) F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 2
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Physical fitness is the ability to perform moderate to vigorous levels of physical activity without undue fatigue and capability of maintaining such a ability through out life According to American college of sports medicine ( ACSM ) F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 3
  • 4. AIMS 1. TO IDENTIFY STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS OF CURRENT PERFORMANCE OR STATE OF HEALTH 2. TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK REGARDING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TRAINING OR LIFE STYLE MODIFICATION PROGRAM 3. FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF SELF CAPABILITIES​
  • 5. F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 5 CLASSIFICATION CLASSIFICATION 1 CLASSIFICATION 2 CLASSIFICATION 3 CLASSIFICATION 4 • HEALTH RELATED FITNESS • SKILL RELATED FITNESS • PHYSICAL FITNESS • MOTOR FITNESS • DIRECT METHOD • INDIRECT METHOD • AEROBIC • ANEROBIC
  • 6. TEST SEQUENCE The ACSM following guidelines for test sequence: 1) resting blood pressure and heart rate 2) body composition 3) aerobic fitness 4) strength / muscular endurance 5) flexibility. F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 6
  • 8. F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 8 HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS
  • 9. CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS IS THE LEVEL AT WHICH YOUR HEART, LUNGS, AND MUSCLES WORK TOGETHER WHEN YOU’RE EXERCISING FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME. THIS SHOWS HOW EFFICIENTLY YOUR CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM FUNCTIONS, AND IS AN INDICATOR OF HOW PHYSICALLY FIT AND HEALTHY YOU ARE. CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE IS MEASURED BY MAXIMUM OXYGEN UPTAKE (VO2 MAX) AND HOW IT’S USED DURING INTENSE EXERCISE. HIGHER AMOUNTS OF OXYGEN UPTAKE SHOW THAT YOU’RE USING MORE OXYGEN AND THAT YOUR CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM IS FUNCTIONING EFFICIENTLY. F I T N E S S P R E S E N T A T I O N 9 Cardiorespiratory physical fitness
  • 10. Submaximal tests Submaximal stress tests are designed to assess cardiovascular fitness without pushing the individual to their absolute maximum exertion level. These tests are often used for general fitness assessments, exercise prescriptions, and population-based studies. The intensity of the exercise during a submaximal stress test is moderate, typically not reaching the individual's maximum heart rate. The test may involve a fixed workload or a predetermined percentage of the individual's estimated maximum heart rate. Monitoring Similar to maximal stress tests, submaximal tests involve monitoring heart rate, blood pressure, and sometimes ECG. Maximal tests Maximal stress tests aim to push the individual to their maximum exertion level. These tests are designed to determine the maximum capacity of the cardiovascular system and provide a comprehensive assessment of cardiovascular function. The most common type of maximal stress test is the maximal treadmill or bicycle exercise test. The intensity of the exercise is gradually increased until the person reaches their maximum heart rate or is unable to continue due to fatigue, shortness of breath, or other symptoms. continuous monitoring of the participant's heart rate, blood pressure, and electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • 11. HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS CARDIORESPIRATORY TREADMILL TEST  BRUCE PROTOCOL  MODIFIED BRUCE PROTOCOL  NAUGHTON PROTOCOL  BALKE-WARE TREADMILL TEST  ELLESTAD TREADMILL PROTOCOL  RAMP TREADMILL TEST CYCLE TESTING  ASTRAND CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST  YMCA CYCLE ERGOMETER TESTS  BALKE CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST  LEGER 20-METER SHUTTLE TEST (BIKE VERSION)  RAMP CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST ARM ERGOMETER Lab testing Field testing  1minute mile run test  Cooper run test  Shuttle run test Step tests  Queen step test  Mc ardle step tests  Chester step tests  Harvard Step Test  Rockport Fitness Walking Test  2- or 5 Minute Step Test:
  • 12. LAB TESTING TREADMILL TEST AIMS :  TREADMILL TEST WAS DEVELOPED AS A CLINICAL TEST TO DETERMINE PEAK VO2 IN CARDIAC PATIENTS.  THOUGH IT CAN ALSO BE USED TO ESTIMATE CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS IN ATHLETES.
  • 13. LAB TESTING TREADMILL TEST PRETEST PREPARATIONS  PATIENTS SHOULD BE INSTRUCTED NOT TO EAT, DRINK CAFFEINATED , OR SMOKE FOR 3 HOURS BEFORE TESTING AND TO WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES AND LOOSE-FITTING CLOTHES.  UNUSUAL PHYSICAL EXERTION SHOULD BE AVOIDED BEFORE TESTING.  A STANDARD 12-LEAD ECG IS USUALLY OBTAINED  THE ECG SHOULD BE OBTAINED AND BLOOD PRESSURE RECORDED IN BOTH POSITIONS, AND PATIENTS SHOULD BE INSTRUCTED ON HOW TO PERFORM THE TEST  BEFORE THE TEST, THE PATIENT'S BASELINE VITAL SIGNS SUCH AS HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND SOMETIMES ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG OR EKG) ARE RECORDED WHILE THEY ARE AT REST..
  • 14. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: TREADMILL, STOPWATCH, ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH, METABOLIC CART PROCEDURE: ELECTRODES ARE ATTACHED TO THE PATIENT'S CHEST, ARMS, AND LEGS TO MONITOR THE ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE HEART DURING THE TEST. THE PATIENT WALKS OR RUNS ON A TREADMILL. THE SPEED AND INCLINE OF THE TREADMILL ARE GRADUALLY INCREASED TO RAISE THE HEART RATE AND SIMULATE PHYSICAL STRESS. THROUGHOUT THE TEST, THE PATIENT'S VITAL SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, AND ECG ARE CONTINUOUSLY MONITORED. THE TEST CONTINUES UNTIL THE PATIENT REACHES A TARGET HEART RATE, EXPERIENCES SYMPTOMS LIKE CHEST PAIN OR FATIGUE, OR IF THERE ARE ABNORMAL CHANGES IN THE ECG THAT SUGGEST POTENTIAL HEART ISSUES.
  • 15. RESULTS: THE TEST SCORE IS THE TIME TAKEN ON THE TEST, IN MINUTES. IDEALLY THIS SHOULD BE BETWEEN 9-15 MINUTES. FOR ATHLETE CALCULATE VO2MAX VO2 MAX IS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF OXYGEN CONSUMED DURING THE TEST, EXPRESSED IN MILLILITERS PER KILOGRAM OF BODY WEIGHT PER MINUTE VO2 MAX= (O2 (ML) /WEIGHT (KG) /TIME (MIN)).
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  • 17. LAB TESTING CYCLE TESTING REQUIREMENTS: HEART RATE MONITORS, BLOOD PRESSURE CUFFS, AND CYCLE ERGOMETER DEVICES, ECG MONITORING PROCEDURE: EXPLAIN BRIEF PARTICIPANTS ON THE TESTING PROCEDURE, INCLUDING WHAT TO EXPECT DURING THE TEST OR MEASURE RESTING HEART RATE. CYCLE ERGOMETER: FAMILIARIZE PARTICIPANTS WITH THE STATIONARY BIKE (CYCLE ERGOMETER) AND ENSURE PROPER SEAT ADJUSTMENT. MONITORING HEART RATE , BLOOD PRESSURE, AND ANY OTHER MONITORING DEVICES. CONTINUE THE TEST UNTIL THE PARTICIPANT REACHES EXHAUSTION OR THE PREDETERMINED ENDPOINT. INITIAL WORKLOAD: START THE TEST AT A LOW INTENSITY OR RESISTANCE LEVEL. INCREMENTAL INCREASES: GRADUALLY INCREASE THE WORKLOAD AT EVERY 3 MINUTES.
  • 18. RESULTS:THE TEST SCORE IS THE TIME TAKEN ON THE TEST, IN MINUTES. IDEALLY THIS SHOULD BE BETWEEN 10-20 MINUTES. FOR ATHLETE CALCULATE VO2MAX VO2 MAX IS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF OXYGEN CONSUMED DURING THE TEST, EXPRESSED IN MILLILITERS PER KILOGRAM OF BODY WEIGHT PER MINUTE VO2 MAX= (O2 (ML) /WEIGHT (KG) /TIME (MIN)).
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  • 20. LAB TESTING ARM ERGOMETER IN THE ARM ERGOMETER STRESS TEST, THE PATIENT CAN SIT OR STAND WHILE CRANKING THE ARM ERGOMETER. THE TEST PROTOCOL IS GRADED, JUST AS A TREADMILL PROTOCOL, WITH INCREASES IN WORKLOAD EVERY TWO MINUTES UNTIL EXHAUSTION
  • 21. STEP TESTING EQUIPMENT A STURDY STEP BENCH OR PLATFORM OF A SPECIFIED HEIGHT (USUALLY 16 TO 20 INCHES FOR ADULTS). PROCEDURE: PARTICIPANTS SHOULD WEAR COMFORTABLE ATHLETIC ATTIRE AND APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR. RECORD BASELINE MEASUREMENTS, INCLUDING HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND ANY RELEVANT HEALTH INFORMATION. THE TEST TYPICALLY LASTS FOR A SET DURATION, SUCH AS 3, 5, OR 10 MINUTES, DEPENDING ON THE PROTOCOL. PARTICIPANTS ARE INSTRUCTED TO MAINTAIN A CONSISTENT STEPPING RHYTHM THROUGHOUT THE TEST. HEART RATE IS MONITORED DURING AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE TEST
  • 22. RESULTS: THE INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS FROM A STEP TEST INVOLVES ANALYZING THE PARTICIPANT’S HEART RATE RESPONSE DURING AND AFTER THE TEST QUICK RECOVERY: A FASTER RETURN TO BASELINE HEART RATE MAY INDICATE BETTER CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS. SLOWER RECOVERY: A SLOWER RECOVERY MAY SUGGEST A LOWER LEVEL OF CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING.
  • 23. FIELD TESTING RUN TESTS REQUIREMENTS: MEASURING TAPE, CONES, NON SLIP SURFACE PROCEDURE EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND PROCEDURES OF THE RUN TEST TO PARTICIPANTS. BEGIN WITH 5-10 MINUTES OF LIGHT AEROBIC EXERCISE (E.G., JOGGING IN PLACE, DYNAMIC STRETCHING) RECORD PARTICIPANTS' RESTING HEART RATE , BP BEFORE THE RUN TEST. ENSURE THE COURSE DISTANCE IS ACCURATELY MEASURED (E.G., 1.5 MILES FOR THE 1.5-MILE RUN TEST). MARKING: CLEARLY MARK THE START AND FINISH POINTS. RECORD THE TIME EACH PARTICIPANT FINISHES THE RUN. HEART RATE MEASUREMENT AND BP IMMEDIATELY MEASURE POST-EXERCISE.
  • 24. RESULTS: A SHORTER TIME TO COMPLETE THE RUN INDICATES BETTER CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS AND ENDURANCE. OR COMPARE THE PARTICIPANT’S RUN TIME WITH AGE- AND GENDER-SPECIFIC NORMS IF AVAILABLE. COMPARE HEART RATE RESPONSES WITH ESTABLISHED NORMS OR INDIVIDUAL BASELINE MEASUREMENTS.
  • 25. HEALTH RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS MUSCLES Flexibility The ability of the muscle to allow full range of motion in a joint Strength The amount of force a muscle can generate with a single maximum effort Endurance Ability of the muscle or group of muscles to contract repeatedly for a long period of time
  • 26. FLEXIBILITY Static  PROM  End feel  Isolated muscle length tests Dynamic  Sit and Reach Test  Shoulder stretch test
  • 27. STRENGTH Static  Hand Grip Strength Dynamic  Maximum Bench Press Test  Maximum Leg Press Test
  • 28. ENDURANCE  30 SECOND SIT UP TEST  THE CURL UP TEST  THE PUSH UP TEST  THE SQUAT TEST  CHIN UP TEST
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Editor's Notes

  1. A metabolic cart is used to precisely measure the oxygen you inhale and the carbon dioxide you exhale during exercises
  2. Ml = oxygen consumed
  3. Parallel reaction monitoring
  4. Lower back muscles (erector spinae) Hamstring muscles Place the sit and reach box on a flat surface. Ensure the zero mark on the ruler or measuring tape aligns with the top edge of the box. Sit on the floor with your legs extended straight in front of you, feet flat against the box. Your legs should be together, and your knees should be fully extended. Extend your arms forward, one hand on top of the other, reaching toward the measuring scale on the box. The distance reached on the measuring scale indicates your flexibility level. The score is recorded as the distance (in centimeters or inches) reached beyond the zero mark around the shoulder joint, including the deltoids, trapezius, and rotator cuff muscles. Stand or sit comfortably with your spine in a neutral position. Raise one arm straight in front of you at shoulder height. Extend the arm fully and keep it parallel to the ground. Bend the elbow of the extended arm and reach the hand down your back. The palm of the testing hand should be facing your upper back. Use your opposite hand to reach behind your back and attempt to touch or interlock fingers with the testing hand. Assess the distance between your hands. A greater distance indicates limited shoulder flexibility,
  5. Jamar dynamometer the maximum amount of weight a person can lift for a single repetition bench with a barbell and weight plates. Chest (pectoralis major), shoulders (deltoids), triceps. Quadri Hams Glutes
  6. 30 sec or 1 minutes how many reptation done
  7. Bioelectrical impdent Hydro static weight Dexa Us ct