Field test of cardiorespiratory function in which the examinees steps up and down on a bench until a predetermined heart rate is reached
A testing procedure for assessing the heart-rate recovery after stepping on and off a bench for a three minute time period at a predetermined cadence.
An industry standard test used to determine aerobic capacity and ascertain VO2 Max. Using a step of height 16 1/4 inches, the client steps up and down at a fixed rate for 3 minutes. This can be used for goal setting.
Five-minute test used to predict a person's ability to take in, transport, and use oxygen (aerobic capacity), the most important factor limiting the ability to perform arduous work.
A periodically administered series of swims, usually 200m, of systematically increasing speed, used to ascertain the relationship between effort, measured by LACTIC ACID, and SPEED.