Queen's College Step Test
was conducted to measure CRF and maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) evaluated.
Agility was assessed by side step test
where we drew lines accordingly as shown in the Figures 1 and 2 on the plane ground.
By comparison of high-low step test
results (Figure 5) and periodic overload test results (Figure 10) which were conducted at the same stress levels, it can be concluded that more fatigue damage was caused by periodic overloads than by the high stress level in high-low step tests
for PP un-notched specimens and for PBT for both un-notched and notched specimens.
SFT comprises the following six components: (1) arm curl test (for upper body strength), (2) chair stand test (for lower body strength), (3) back scratch test (for upper body flexibility), (4) chair sit and reach test (for lower body flexibility), (5) eight foot up and go test (for agility/dynamic balance), and (6) 2-min step test
(for aerobic endurance).
The Harvard Step Test
(HST) was devised by Johnson et al to assess the physical fitness of individual.
Part III argues that the erroneous application of the substantial step test
is a serious error that has created unnecessary confusion and led to unjust outcomes.
Can a step test
be used to accurately determine the cardiorespiratory fitness of athletes?
3-minute step test
was improved in Gutierrez et al.
Furthermore, investigation of relationship between percentage in wave in first step test
and second, illustrate that the wave frequency with zigzag is less than the unparallel plate, because influence area is much more than the another.
16,20-24) Step test
intensity is determined by step height and rate as controlled by a metronome or pre-recorded counts, and results are based on the subject's HRpeak and heart rate recovery (HRrecov).
As part of the competition, fitness tests included body composition testing, three-minute step test
, sit and reach test, hand grip test, push-ups, and a plank.
A quantitative test of goodwill impairment would be a single step test
, with impairment equal to the excess of the company's carrying amount over its fair value.