What are the 5 FitnessGram tests?

The FITNESSGRAM fitness test battery evaluates five different parts of health-related fitness, including aerobic capacity, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition.

What are the 7 fitness tests for the FitnessGram?

The six categories of tests are:

  • Cardiovascular endurance. * Mile Run. * PACER Test.
  • Muscular Strength/Endurance: Upper Body. * Push Up.
  • Muscular Strength/Endurance: Abdominal Muscles. * Curl Up.
  • Flexibility: Back. * Trunk Lift.
  • Flexibility: Shoulders & Hamstrings. * Shoulder Stretch.
  • Body Composition.

What is the average pacer test score for a 12 year old?

Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run (PACER) Look-Up and Goal Setting Table

Age Males Minimum Number of 20m PACER Laps Males Aerobic Capacity HFZ VO2max
11 20 ≥ 40.2
12 23 ≥40.3
13 29 ≥ 41.1
14 36 ≥ 42.5

How do you score a 6 minute walk test?

Key Descriptions

  1. The score of the test is the distance a patient walks in 6 minutes.
  2. The patient may take as many standing rests as they like, but the timer should keep going and record the number of rests taken and the total rest time.
  3. Assistive devices can be used but must be documented.

What distance is the PACER test?

The objective of the PACER is to run as long as possible while keeping a specified pace. Students run back and forth across a 20-meter space at a pace that gets faster each minute. A point is scored for each 20-meter distance covered. The test is easier in the beginning but progressively gets more difficult.

What are the 3 Fitnessgram tests?

Test components for the musculoskeletal system are broken down into three primary areas: muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility. FitnessGram® tests these three areas to assess the functional health status of the musculoskeletal system.

How many Fitnessgram tests are there?

We will take the FITNESSGRAM test three times, once each trimester. The first two trimesters will be practice tests and the third trimester will be the recorded test. Those 3rd trimester scores will be sent to the State of CA where they will keep record of your progress and send you your results.

What are the 8 components of fitnessgram?

Body Composition

  • Skinfold Measurements 4. • Skinfold caliper.
  • Body Mass Index. • Scale. • Ruler (stadiometer) or tape measure.
  • Percent Body Fat. • Bioelectric impedance analyzer or automated skinfold caliper. • Scale. • Ruler (stadiometer) or tape measure.

What happens if you fail the FitnessGram?

If the student does not pass the FITNESSGRAM® in grade ten or subsequent grades, the student may be eligible for exemption from courses of physical education under other sections of the EC.

How fast does the PACER test go?

The test involves continuous running between the two lines in time to recorded beeps. The initial speed is 8.5km/hr, which increases by 0.5km/hr each level (approximately every minute). The time between recorded beeps decrease each minute (level) requiring an increase in pace.