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Beeop Test History

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Luc Leger from the University of Montreal first developed a cardio fitness based Beep Test in 1982 and today it is extensively used all over Australia by sporting clubs and schools. This test could also be known as the Shuttle Run, Bleep or the Multi Stage Test. The Beep Tests is converted and gives a good indication of participants VO2 Max levels. The aim of the Beep Test is to run from one point to another before the beep goes off. The test is used to give and understanding to a participants cardio fitness level and max volume of oxygen (VO2) levels used whilst exercising. The Beep Test can be done anywhere its cost effective and large groups of people with all levels of fitness can be tested together to test the cardio fitness of the individual. Components of the test are to run on a flat surface that is marked out 20m apart. Participants are required to run from one end to the other…show more content…
The respiratory system is responsible for getting oxygen into your body and carbon dioxide out via the nasal or oral cavities, which are, then transport down the trachea into the lungs (bronchi to the bronchioles proceeding through to the alveoli). Our cells need energy and by the respiratory and circulatory systems working together they provide the cells with oxygen that is fundamental for cellular respiration. For cellular respiration to ensue firstly the exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells need to occur and this is known as the internal respiration following this, the body utilises the oxygen and this is known as cellular respiration. Cellular respiration is essential in aiding and breaking down glucose so that energy is released for the body to use. Without the respiratory and circulatory systems working together all of the above would not be able to occur if one system wasn't
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