The Cooper test is a test of physical fitness. It was designed by Kenneth H. Cooper in 1968 for US military use. In the original form, the point of the test is to run as far as possible within 12 minutes. The test is meant to measure the condition of the person taking it and therefore it is supposed to be run at a steady pace instead of sprints and fast running. The outcome is based on the distance the test person ran, their age and gender. Possible test results are very good, good, average, bad and very bad. SETUP - Choice of metric units (KMH / MPH - MT / FT) - Insert the length of the path ahead. - Determination of the length of the track through the use of GPS. If you do not know the size of the track just once, even walking and travel it will determine the correct length. SINGLE USER If the test is performed on a circular circuit, you can run for 12 minutes and let the device to calculate the distance to the end of the test. In every moment you can see the average speed and meter locations. MULTI USER In this mode you can test up to 5 athletes simultaneously. Each time the athlete will complete a lap of the track, you press the button so the recording meters walked LAP. During the test, you will see the average speed of each athlete. HISTORY At the end of each test will store all the results of the athletes (the test date, name, distance traveled, VO2max). For any information or report you can send an email to: If you find the application useful you can leave a review nell'Appstore. This will help us to continue to develop and improve the application.

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