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Validity and reliability of the 20-meter shuttle test in American females 19-34 years of age
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|Other titles||20-meter shuttle test.|
|Statement||by Rene LaMontagna.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
max from Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run (PACER) m shuttle run performance in boys and girls aged 10–16 years. Several previously published PACER models were also cross-validated. A secondary purpose was to examine the CR validity of the models. Methods: PACER performance and VO 2 max were assessed in a sample of The coefficients of repeatability for the repeated shuttle walk test were shuttles for change in distance completed, 8 beats per minute for change in peak heart rate, 2% for change in peak SaO2 and for change in Borg rating of perceived by: 1.
Abstract This study is a meta-analysis of reports of the performance of children and adolescents on the m shuttle run test (mSRT). The studies were performed in 37 countries and included data on , children, tested between and Results were expressed as running speed (km h−1) at the final completed stage of the by: The following link provides a variety of factors that may influence the results and therefore, the test reliability. Validity. Test validity refers to the degree to which the test measures what it claims to measure and the extent to which inferences, conclusions, and decisions made based on test scores are appropriate and meaningful.
ermined by comparing results from a 5-m MST with subjects of different playing abilities. Direct validity was determined by comparing values attained from a 5-m MST with data from a time-motion study of field hockey. For criterion validity, the strongest relationship existed between the m MST ( +/- ml[middle dot]kgmin-1) and total distance from the 5-m MST ( +/- m; r. purpose: the T-Test is a test of agility for athletes, and includes forward, lateral, and backwards running. equipment required: tape measure, marking cones, stopwatch, timing gates (optional) pre-test: Explain the test procedures to the m screening of health risks and obtain informed consent. Prepare forms and record basic information such as age, height, body weight, gender.
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The reliability and validity of the meter shuttle test in American students 12 to 15 years old. Liu NY(1), Plowman SA, Looney MA. Author information: (1)School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Bowling Green State University, OH Cited by: Get this from a library.
Validity and reliability of the Meter Shuttle Test in American females years of age. [Rene LaMontagna]. The Reliability and Validity of the Meter Shuttle Test as a Predictor of Peak Oxygen Uptake in Edinburgh School Children, Age 13 to 14 Years in: Pediatric Exercise Science Volume 7 Issue 1 () Google Translate.
User by: The VO2max was predicted from the m endurance shuttle run test using regression equation proposed by Léger at al [31,32]. The validity of the test to. The purpose of this study was threefold: to determine (a) the test–retest reliability of the m shuttle test (20 MST) (number of laps), (b) the concurrent validity of the 20 MST (number of laps), and (c) the validity of the prediction equation for VO2max developed by Léger, Mercier, Adour, and Lambert () on Canadian children for use with American children 12–15 years by: Includes bibliographical purpose of this study was to determine the validity and reliability of the 20 Meter Shuttle Test (20MST) and to examine the importance of body composition in predicting maximum oxygen consumption (V̇O[sub 2]max) from 20MST results in American females.
Subjects were 41 females, years of age, who were students at a large midwestern university or living in Author: Rene LaMontagna. The purpose of this study was to assess the validity of the 1 min stage version of the 20 m shuttle run multistage test to predict VO2max in adults (53 males and 24 females, 19 to 47 years old).
LaMontagna R. () Validity and reliability of the meter shuttle test in American females years of age. Master thesis, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb. Léger L.A., Lambert J.
() A maximal multistage m shuttle run test to predict VO 2 max. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiol Cited by: Objective:To investigate the repeatability and criterion related validity of the 20 m multistage fitness test (MFT) for predicting maximal oxygen uptake (Vo2max) in active young men.
Methods:Data were gathered from two phases using 30 subjects (±s; age = ± years, Cited by: The main purpose of the present meta-analysis was to examine the criterion-related validity of the m shuttle run test for estimating cardiorespiratory fitness.
Relevant studies were searched from twelve electronic databases up to Decemberas well as from several alternative modes of searching.
The Hunter-Schmidt's psychometric meta-analysis approach was conducted to estimate the. effect of changes in reliability on parametric and nonparametric statistical methods, including the paired samples dependent t test, pooled-variance independent t test, one-way analysis of variance with three levels, Wilcoxon signed-rank test for paired samples, and Mann-Whitney-Wilcoxon test for File Size: KB.
We assessed validity and reliability of the new 20 m square shuttle run test (SST) for predicting maximal oxygen uptake (V ˙ O 2 max) and compared it with its predecessor, the 20 m Multistage Shuttle Run Test (MST).
In a repeated-measures randomised-block design, 74 healthy adult males performed the SST, the MST and a treadmill test (TT).Cited by: Objectives (1) To examine the concurrent criterion validity of the modified shuttle walk test (MSWT) by using the 6- (6MWT) and minute walk test (12MWT), (2) to examine the concurrent criterion validity of the estimated maximum oxygen uptake (V̇ o 2 max) of the MSWT with actual V̇ o 2 max, and (3) to determine test-retest reliability of the MSWT in patients with chronic obstructive Cited by: Validity and reliability of the meter shuttle test in American females years of age.
Léger L.A., Lambert A., Goulet A., Rowan C., Dinelle Y. () Capacity aerobic des Quebecois de 6 a 17 ans–test Navette de 20 metres avec paliers de 1 by: We assessed the agreement between maximal oxygen consumption ([Vdot]O2max) measured directly when performing the m shuttle run test and estimated [Vdot]O2max from five different equations (i.e.
Barnett, equations a and b; Léger; Matsuzaka; and. For adults, similar measurements indicated that the same equation could be used keeping age constant at 18 (r=, n = 77 men and women 18–50 years old).
Test‐retest reliability coefficients were for children ( boys and girls 6–16 years old) and for adults (81 men and women, 20–45 years old).Cited by: validity of the 20MSR test. Therefore, the purposes of the present meta-analysis were: (a) to estimate and compare the overall population mean of the criterion-related validi-ty coefficients of the 20MSR test for estimating cardi-orespiratory fitness; (b) to examine the influence of some study features (sex, age, and level of VO 2max of the par.
The aim of the study was to evaluate the test–retest reliability, the inter-rater reliability, and the criterion-related validity of the yard shuttle test on competitive junior tennis players. Participants and methods: Totally, 34 Swedish tennis players (13 girls), mean age 14± years, participated in the study.
LaMontagna, R. () Validity and reliability of the meter shuttle test in American females years of age. Master thesis, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb. Leger, L.A. and Lambert, J. () A maximal multistage m shuttle run test to predict max.
McVeigh SK, Payne AC, Scott S. The reliability and validity of the meter shuttle test as a predictor of peak oxygen uptake in Edinburgh school children, age 13 to 14 years.
Pediatric ExercSci ; [ Links ] Corresponding author Enio Ricardo Vaz Ronque. Grupo de Estudo e Pesquisa em Atividade Física e Exercício - GEPAFE.
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