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step test

[′step ‚test]
(graphic arts)
A series of exposures made to determine the optimum exposures of either film or paper prints.
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Anthropometric parameters such as body surface area (BSA), body mass index (BMI), and body fat percentage (BF%); physiological parameters such as systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP); fitness tests such as Harvard step test and Margaria's step test were recorded.
The physical fitness was assessed in all the subjects by Harvard step test.
The Harvard Step Test (HST) was devised by Johnson et al to assess the physical fitness of individual.
In 1943, during World War-II, one of the most popular exercise test was introduced by professors at Harvard University, the Harvard Step Test (HST) for assessing the aerobic capacity of young athletes attending that university.
Evaluation and prediction of physical fitness of The Harvard Step Test.
The Harvard Step Test (13) is economical and reliable test under field conditions to measure physical fitness.
Harvard step test was used with a difference that stepping height of bench was kept 46 cm as per recommendations (16).
Known for years as the Harvard Step Test for cardiorespiratory endurance and as a rehabilitation modality for problem knees, step-training to music was a natural evolution as creative choreographers began looking for new ways to attract participants to the studio.
Physical fitness status of subjects was assessed using a modification of the Harvard Step Test shown to discriminate between individuals in good or poor physical condition.
Hence, in the present study an attempt is made to compare the heart rate and blood pressure at rest & after physical exercise using Harvard step test in healthy young adults having parental history of hypertension with those having normotensive parents.
This was a popular training device used in Europe 40 years ago and today it is used in the Harvard Step Test to test cardiovascular fitness.
2] max with particular reference to cardio-respiratory function in young female athletes during three phases of menstrual cycle by making use of Harvard step test.

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