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1.1.4: Physical activity as part of your Healthy, active lifestyle. Health-related exercise fitness tests. Try the following tests: Sit and reach, Standing stork test, Standing broad jump, Ruler drop test, Three ball juggle. Cooper’s 12-minute run test. Learning Outcomes:.

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1.1.4: Physical activity as part of your

Healthy, active lifestyle

Health-related exercise fitness tests

Try the following tests:

Sit and reach, Standing stork test, Standing broad jump, Ruler drop test, Three ball juggle.

Cooper’s 12-minute run test

Learning Outcomes:

Must: know what is meant by PAR-Q (C)

EXAM QUESTION 1

Which one of the following is a test of power?

A Sergeant jump test

B Cooper’s 12-minute run test

C 30-metre sprint test

D Harvard step test

Hand grip strength test

Should: understand how to assess fitness using a number of tests (B)

Could: be able to distinguish which tests are used for different components of fitness (A)

Sit and reach test

STARTER:

Write down everything you know about skill-related fitness

Harvard step test

Illinois agility run

  • EXAM QUESTION 2
  • Imran plays for the school football team. At the start of the season the team undergo a series of fitness tests. In the table below:
  • tick the most relevant fitness test for a football player (not goalkeeper)
  • Explain why this fitness test is relevant to Imran (2 marks)

Standing stork test

Sergeant jump test

Standing broad jump

Ruler drop test

30-metre sprint

Three ball juggle

Tweet a summary of something you have learnt:

Discuss why a PAR-Q is important.

D/C

B

A

important information
Important Information
  • Assessment grade tracking on front of books
  • Home Learning – Attempt the exam paper again. Use your books and previous paper (green pen answers) to help you if needed.
  • Deadline – Thursday 28th November 2013.
thursday 21 st november 2013
Thursday 21st November 2013

Assessing your fitness levels

Learning Outcomes: By the end of this lesson you will…

  • know what is meant by PAR-Q (C)
  • understand how to assess fitness using a number of tests (B)
  • be able to distinguish which tests are used for different components of fitness (A)
cooper s 12 minute run test
Cooper’s 12 minute run test
  • What does it test for?
  • Cardiovascular fitness
  • Muscular endurance
  • How does it work?
  • Run around a course for 12 minutes (or treadmill).
  • Measure the distance covered
  • Measure the VO2 Max (Aerobic capacity)
hand grip strength test
Hand grip strength test
  • What does it test for?
  • Muscular strength
  • How does it work?
  • Squeeze the hand grip dynamometer as tightly as possible.
  • Take 3 recordings and keep the best score.
sit and reach test
Sit and reach test
  • What does it test for?
  • Flexibility of the hamstring
  • How does it work?
  • Use a sit and reach box
  • Measure how far beyond your toes you can reach
harvard step test
Harvard step test
  • What does it test for?
  • Cardiovascular endurance
  • Muscular endurance

How does it work?

  • Step on and off a bench (45cm) every 2 seconds for 5 minutes
illinois agility run
Illinois agility run
  • What does it test for?
  • Agility
  • How does it work?
  • Course set as shown
  • Run around course, changing direction on numerous occasions
  • Run is timed.
standing stork test
Standing stork test
  • What does it test for?
  • Balance (static)
  • How does it work?
  • Place hands on hips
  • Lift one leg and put foot on the knee of the other leg.
  • Swap legs
  • Test is timed.
sergeant jump
Sergeant jump
  • What does it test for?
  • Power (in legs)
  • How does it work?
  • Chalk finger tips and touch the wall as high as you can (no jump)
  • Then jump up as high as possible making another mark.
  • Measure distance between the two marks.
standing broad jump
Standing broad jump
  • What does it test for?
  • Power
  • How does it work?
  • Measure you height on the floor by lying down and getting someone to mark where your feet and head are.
  • From a standing jump, jump from where your feet were marked to see how far beyond your own height you can jump.
ruler drop test
Ruler drop test
  • What does it test for?
  • Reaction time
  • How does it work?
  • Work with a partner
  • Partner holds a metre ruler at 0cm
  • You place your thumb and forefinger at the 50cm mark
  • Your partner releases the ruler
  • You must catch the ruler as soon as possible.
30 metre sprint
30 metre sprint
  • What does it test for?
  • Speed
  • How does it work?
  • Mark out 30 metre distance
  • When signalled, sprint over 30 metres as quick as possible
  • Test is timed.
three ball juggle
Three ball juggle
  • What does it test for?
  • Co-ordination
  • How does it work?
  • Using 3 tennis balls, juggle for as long as you can without dropping a ball or stopping.
  • Test is timed.