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Why take a functional fitness test?
If your response is, “Fit for what?” you are asking the right question. Physical fitness means different things to different people.
There are two types of fitness:
Performance-related fitness is linked to athletic performance (for example: a 50-yard dash time or the ability to maneuver around obstacles quickly) and is linked to speed, reaction time, and coordination.
Health-related functional fitness is linked to fitness components that may lower risks such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or low back pain. Health-related physical fitness includes the following components:
The activities featured on this adult fitness test are provided as a way for you to get an estimate of your level of aerobic fitness, muscular strength and endurance,flexibility and your body composition. The results on each test provide you with a measure from which you can track your progress in each area as you become more physically active.
Am I healthy enough for testing?
Use the Pre participation Screening Questionnaire provided by the American Heart Association and the American College of Sports Medicine to figure out if you are at high or low risk for cardiovascular events during exercise testing. By completing this questionnaire you can decide if it is safe to take these tests or if you should take additional steps prior to completing the test.
The adult fitness test is for people aged 18 and older who are in good health.
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