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BTEC Fitness Testing for Sport: Laboratory and Field Based Tests

Advantages and dis-advantages of the Sergeant Jump, Trunk Rotation, Hand Grip, and Balance Board

Abigail Thomasson

on 17 January 2012

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Transcript of BTEC Fitness Testing for Sport: Laboratory and Field Based Tests

Brainstorm Results Research Advantages and Dis-advantages of Fitness Tests Notes Place your own picture
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Rotation Sergeant Jump Hand Grip Dynamometre Considering each test and your journal notes: Advantages Dis-advantages Assets map details doodles notes outlook photo frame Cost Time Equipment Requirement Facility
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Skill Level Balance Board Cost Time Equipment Facility Skill Level (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Write in your journal how each test is completed. Make a note of all the equipment needed and how long the test took State why the advantages and dis-advantages may influence your choice of test in the future.
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