The tests included: (a) 15-meter version of the PACER for cardiovascular endurance, (b) Curl-up test for abdominal muscular strength and endurance, (c) Push-up test for upper body strength and endurance, and (d) Trunk Lift for trunk extensor strength and flexibility.
The HFZ on Curl-up test for boys and girls at age of 10 should perform 12-24 and 12-26 curl-ups, respectively, while for boys and girls at age of 11 should perform 15-28 curl-ups and 15-29 curl-ups, respectively (Meredith and Welk, 2007).
1% of the total variance in Curl-up test for the total sample, 9% for boys, 4.
Class Management contributed most to prediction of the students' curl-up test.
The students in the high level of QPET group significantly outperformed in PACER test and Curl-up test than their counterparts in the low level of QPET group.