shuttle test

shuttle test

test of aerobic power requiring minimal apparatus, introduced by Leger and colleagues in 1982 and aka Leger shuttle run, multi-stage fitness test or, informally, bleep test . Starting at 8 km.h-1, subjects run to and fro over 20 m at a pace increased every minute until exhaustion.
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The chal-lenge will see students complete a bleep or shuttle test to measure their fitness.
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