ANAEROBIC CAPACITY

Equipment

• A stopwatch with at least 0.1-second resolution

• Two parallel lines 25 yards (22.86 m) apart on a

flat surface (figure 13.6)

Personnel

• One timer, two line judges

Procedure

1. Pair off athletes of similar ability.

2. Position two athletes immediately behind one

line, facing the other line.

3. On an auditory signal, the athletes sprint to the

line 25 yards (22.86 m) away, making foot contact

with it, then immediately sprint back to the first

line. Six such round trips are made as fast as

possible without stopping (6  50 yards = 300

yards, or 274 m).

4. On completion of the first trial, record both

athletes’ times to the nearest 0.1 seconds and

start a clock to time a 5-minute rest interval. As

each pair of athletes completes the first trial, they

may walk and stretch but must stay alert for the

starting time on the second trial.

5. After the rest period, the pair of athletes does

another trial.

6. The average of two trials is recorded to the

nearest 0.1 second.

Note: Descriptive data for the 300-yard (274 m) shuttle

are presented in table 13.9 near the end of the

chapter.

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