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Cooperin testi - miehet
 
The test was designed by Kenneth H. Cooper for US military use in 1968. It is well suited for the large masses of the performance review.
the test is to run as far as possible within 12 minutes.
 
 
As a standard test this test should to be performed:
 
   Between 10 to 25°C with 75% maximum humidity.
   On a standard 400 m tartan track or similar.
   The candidate should not suffer from respiratory problems
    The tabled values meters
 
Age     Very good        Good              Average                Bad             Very bad
13–14      2700+      2400 – 2700      2200 – 2399      2100 – 2199 m      2100-
15–16      2800+      2500 – 2800      2300 – 2499      2200 – 2299 m      2200-
17–20      3000+      2700 – 3000      2500 – 2699      2300 – 2499 m      2300-
20–29      2800+      2400 – 2800      2200 – 2399      1600 – 2199 m      1600-
30–39      2700+      2300 – 2700      1900 – 2299      1500 – 1899 m      1500-
40–49      2500+      2100 – 2500      1700 – 2099      1400 – 1699 m      1400-
50+          2400+      2000 – 2400      1600 – 1999      1300 – 1599 m      1300-
 
 
The table shows the 20-year-old man has the best condition. The forty years old man has about the same condition as the fourteen years old boy etc. Later we calculate the table, based on factors 1.06 - 1.25 and 1.25

The table shows eg. 25-year-old middle condition level of 2,200 meters in Cooper test. Similarly, without exercising a 60 years old or older is able to run the same result. Many non-practicing older people possess resting heartbeats with the density of 35-45 beats per minute and the blood pressure values ​​to which many young people can not reach. The table of these people should continue having the factor of 1.25 and they are are on their own levels.

These people will be able to run at any time, at any age half marathon 21 km without drinking and eating on the way. Also, any way unprepared performance in advance. These people seems incomprehensible running schools for this trip, carbohydrates and fluid refuel in advance etc. Sore ankles and places may become after a continuous running. Doctors and athletes have encountered these people as described.

For this reason, Cooper test table should be read as a guide, which really does not tell you your neighbours condition comparing the age or look. All of this is finally calculated, which can present in many ways and for this is the (same meaning calculation) EP-calculation that sheds light on this aspect.
 
 
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