Free, downloadable 8-part physical fitness test will help you in evaluating your current fitness level, health, and strength. It gives you a standard against which you can test your progress and may assist in designing an appropriate workout program. After you complete your assessment, you'll know your:
Muscular Strength and Endurance:
This 10-page guide with free TriadXP mobile-exercise program explains each test and includes exercise illustrations to make taking the test easier. It also has tables and charts so you can quickly assess your fitness based on your age and test performance.
The free TriadXP mobile-exercise program makes it possible to take the aerobic and muscular strength and endurance test anywhere, anytime you choose. It will guide you through the distance and strength and endurance tests seamlessly and, at the same time, capture and record your results. The easy to follow voice and video cues tell you which test to do and when. There's even an easy to use key pad to make entering your results fast and simple. The app will also log your aerobic test results automatically using the GSP on your mobile device. At the end of your test, you’ll get a summary of the results for your aerobic and muscular strength and endurance activities.
If you are a newcomer who finds some of the tests too hard, feel free to skip them, or substitute a similar activity you feel comfortable performing. You may also find it helpful to have someone assist you in taking your body measurements.
It's a good practice to take the assessment every 45 days. To make your results comparable over time, always attempt to use similar measurement tools and perform your aerobic and muscular strength and endurance tests in the same way. For example, use the same running or jogging course, perform the same type of strength and endurance exercises, etc.
Finally, remember to listen to your body and use common-sense during your testing. If you feel light-headed or dizzy at any point, stop the test and consider seeing the doctor if you still feel sick after 5 minutes. Be sure to properly warm-up before taking any of the assessments to prevent harm. Be careful not to press too hard. It is the progress over time that matters, not any one-day’s test performance.
Click here for your free complete 20-Minute Fitness Test. Includes exercise illustrations, tables and charts so you can quickly assess your fitness based on your age and test performance. Plus, a free TriadXP mobile-exercise program to guide you through the aerobic and muscular strength and endurance tests that, at the same time, captures and records your results.