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Excerpt — Brockport Physical Fitness Test Manual 2nd Edition With Web Resource

General Procedures for Testing and Evaluating Physical Fitness

The most common way of using the BPFT is for testers to adopt the parameters recommended for use with youngsters who have specific disabilities.

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Youngsters With Intellectual Disability and Mild Limitations in Physical Fitness

Health-related needs and concerns of youngsters with intellectual disability and mild limitations in physical fitness include those of youngsters in the general population.

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Testing a bench press

This test item and its procedures were modified from Johnson and Lavay (1989). In it, participants perform as many bench presses as possible (to a maximum of 50 for males and 30 for females). The test is designed as a measure of upper-extremity (particularly elbow-extension) strength and endurance.

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