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Shuttle Run Beep Test with COD Corrections

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  • mm
    05/08/2017 at 15:31 #20219

    What does this mean? It means that the score (MAS, or maximum aerobic speed) reached in the COD corrected beep test can now be used in both long distance and shuttle based conditioning. The shuttle run beep tests so far didn’t implement corrections for CODs, and have used exact beeps from straight line version of the test (UMTT or VamEval), which resulted in lower MAS score.

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    10/08/2017 at 14:13 #20261

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    mm
    11/08/2017 at 16:29 #20275

    Hi Metin, I can see that you tried to post something, but unfortunately it was not successfull. Feel free to contact us if you need any support.

    04/07/2018 at 01:05 #23264

    I tried to download the Beep test 5 time and it keeps saying it can’t be opened.

    mm
    06/07/2018 at 16:03 #23277

    Hi Jermaine,

    We just downloaded the zip file from the website and opened it on both on Mac and Windows computers.

    It is possible that the zip program you are using on your computer does not support this type of compression, therefore the file can’t be opened.

    Please tell us which operating system you are using? Windows or Mac?

    We would like to send you unzipped files through Dropbox, so that you can download them directly.

    06/07/2018 at 18:46 #23278

    Windows

    mm
    06/07/2018 at 19:42 #23281

    Hi Jermaine, I have sent you the Dropbox link. Please check your email inbox.

    31/07/2018 at 13:16 #23419

    The Shuttle run 20 m is continuous right? And the score is the MAS (km/hrs) right?

    30/09/2023 at 22:07 #38890

    1- The final stage/score is the MAS right?

    2- How many consecutive fails can you have? I.e., if you don’t hit the a single shuttle on time you can continue the test, but if you fail “x” amount of times consecutively you are eliminated. What is the “x” number? 2?

    3- What if you are eliminated in the middle of a stage? Is there any correction for the determination of MAS?

    Thanks

    mm
    03/10/2023 at 12:46 #38893

    Good questions!

    1- The final stage/score is the MAS right?
    The last successfully completed stage is the MAS score. You can have some “interpolation” method depending on where someone stops mid-level, but IMHO not needed.

    2- How many consecutive fails can you have? I.e., if you don’t hit the a single shuttle on time you can continue the test, but if you fail “x” amount of times consecutively you are eliminated. What is the “x” number? 2?
    I would go with three. In either way, make sure that you use the same criteria everytime you test

    3- What if you are eliminated in the middle of a stage? Is there any correction for the determination of MAS?
    You can use some “interpolation” method, but it makes it more complex. What you can do instead is besides recording the last stage velocity (i.e. MAS score), you can record the time of failure.

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