Physical Capacity Tests: Notes on Testing Techniques and the Significance of Tests

By: Rogers, Frederick Rand

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Boards rubbed, top edge of jacket stained, large chip of jacket missing along bottom, pages toned, penciled marks and name on front endpaper.Good. 1931 Hard Cover. viii, 50 pp. ACCURACY IN TESTING TECHNIQUES: Preface; General Suggestions; Specific procedures: Spirometer tests, Manuometer tests, Back and leg dynamometer tests, Push-up tests (boys), Pull-up tests (boys); Push-up tests (girls), Pull-up tests (girls); THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PHYSICAL CAPACITY TESTS: As measures of the physical educator's tools; As measures of physical fitness; As measures of physical activity habits; As measures of endurance; As indices of general systemic condition; As measures of power to carry academic burdens; As measures of individual progress and educational efficiency; As measures of unstable conditions; Cautions; SUPPLEMENT: Supplementary materials; Supplementary instructions, and norm charts; Some Average Scores; Facsimiles of norm charts and record cards.

Title: Physical Capacity Tests: Notes on Testing Techniques and the Significance of Tests

Author: Rogers, Frederick Rand

Categories: Sports, Education,

Publisher: A.S. Barnes and Company: 1931

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 2191575

Keywords: PHYSICAL CAPACITY TESTS TESTING EDUCATION FITNESS HEALTH EXERCISE TECHNIQUES FREDERICK RAND ROGERS,