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5.3: Assessment And Evaluation Of PE. The Measurement Of The Effects Of Training Fitness Tests. Why Is Fitness Testing Carried Out?. To provide a snapshot of an athlete’s fitness level. Test and re-test will show improvement or otherwise. Can provide motivation for athlete.

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5 3 assessment and evaluation of pe

5.3: Assessment And Evaluation Of PE

The Measurement Of The Effects Of Training

Fitness Tests

why is fitness testing carried out
Why Is Fitness Testing Carried Out?
  • To provide a snapshot of an athlete’s fitness level.
  • Test and re-test will show improvement or otherwise.
  • Can provide motivation for athlete.
  • Coach can compare results of athletes with each other or against preset standards.
  • To monitor recovery from injury.
  • To provide a baseline level on which to base a training programme.
  • To add a competitive element to a training programme.
there are two types of fitness tests
There Are two Types Of Fitness Tests
  • Nationally recognised and accredited tests.
  • For example, the ‘Beep’ Test.
  • Local tests.
  • For example, the 5 Minute Bench Run.
nationally accredited tests
Nationally Accredited Tests
  • These tests must be correctlyadministered. This then allows the results to be compared with norm tables or results worldwide.
  • Failure to administer the tests correctly will greatly affect the validity and reliability of the test results.
  • Validity refers to the fact that the test must be recognised, test what it sets out to test and carried out in the prescribed way.
  • Reliability refers to the fact that the test must produce consistent results over a number of trials.
local tests
Local Tests
  • These are not recognised outside the environment in which they are carried out. Consequently, comparisons cannot be made with results from other areas.
  • However, as long as the test is administered consistently every time, results can be compared between athletes who have completed the test.
in terms of gcse pe
In Terms Of GCSE PE:
  • Only the recognised and accredited tests matter!
  • Credit will only be given in the exam for knowledge and understanding of these tests.
  • You will be expected to have knowledge and understanding of such a test for each component of fitness.
health related components of fitness

Health Related Components Of Fitness

Recognised Fitness Tests

cardio vascular endurance
Cardio-Vascular Endurance
  • Harvard Step Test.
  • NCF Multistage Fitness Test or Beep Test.
  • Cooper Field Test or 12 Minute Run.
muscular endurance
Muscular Endurance
  • NCF Abdominal Curl Beep Test.
  • Sit Up Test.
  • Press Up Test.
strength
Strength
  • Hand Grip Dynamometer Test.
  • 1 Repetition Maximum Lift.
flexibility
Flexibility
  • Sit And Reach Test.
  • Shoulder Hyperextension Test.
agility
Agility
  • Illinois Agility Run Test.
balance
Balance
  • Stork Stand Test.
power
Power
  • Standing Vertical Jump Test.
  • Standing Broad Jump (Long Jump) Test.
speed
Speed
  • 40 Metre Sprint.
co ordination
Co-ordination
  • Alternate Hand Wall Toss Test.
reaction time
Reaction Time
  • 1 Metre Ruler Drop Test.