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30 metre Dash The 30 metre dash is a test on your ability of speed from a flying start. There is a path measured of 30 metres, you must do a slight jog up to the line then sprint as fast as you can across the finish line being timed. This test is testing your anaerobic fitness and the muscles in your quadriceps and calves as you are sprinting for just 30 metres. Also it is testing if you have shot busts of power. The type of person who would use this type of test would be a 100 metre sprinter as they can train in separate lengths. Also this test would be excellent for a football striker, as they need short bursts of power to run after or with the ball towards the goal. ...read more.


The reason why a person may not do very well on this test, is that the floor could be very slippery and uneven. Also it maybe unfair as the teacher may not start the stop watch right and either add on time or take off time. Also another reason, maybe due to the weather being cold. When I did the test I got 3.71 seconds, which I was pleased with however I believe I could have done better as I had a cold and was ill. Tarik Hassan Agility Test The agility test is testing your speed and agility. Also it is testing your co-ordination and reaction speed. Also it is testing you on your speed within short distances as you turn and sprint. ...read more.


The rules and regulations of this test is that you must first start with you stomach facing the ground. You must not miss out any cones and you must go round them in the order given. Another regulation would be you are not allowed to start before the whistle is blown otherwise you are disqualified. A reason why a person may not do very well in this test is that the ground was very slippery and wet. Also it was very cold on the day and some people were ill. Another reason was that it took people along time to get off the floor to start and some people would fall over. In this test I got 13.48 seconds which I was pleased with however I could have done better if I wasn't ill, and also it was very slippery, however everybody had to do it in the same conditions. Tarik Hassan ...read more.

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