In this article, we’re going to cover what the [Beep] Multistage Fitness Test is, how to perform the test and provide normative data for athletes competing in various sports and at various levels.
Vertical jump testing is a popular way to assess an athlete’s power and explosiveness, but how do you perform the tests properly, and how do your results stack up against the competition? In this article we’re going to cover:
The t-test is a popular way to measure athletes ability to change direction forwards, backwards and side to side.
It requires athletes to sprint forwards 10 yards, shuffle to the left 5 yards, then shuffle to the right 10 yards, then shuffle back to the left 5 yards and then run backwards to return to the start/finish line.
In this article, we’re going to cover what the Yo-Yo test is, how to perform the test, discuss the science behind testing and provide normative data for athletes competing in various sports and at various levels.
In this article, we’ll highlight physical tests that can be used to measure athletes’ physical qualities, which are also called their components of fitness.
As coaches, we choose, administer, analyse and interpret tests appropriately and effectively in order to monitor athletes’ progress and implement effective training programmes, which will optimize their physical development and preparations.