Fitness test

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    Dec 09, 2012 10:10 PM GMT
    I did a comprehensive fitness profile yesterday at my athletic club to determine by overall fitness level compared to men my age (male, 29 years, 5'8" 147.5#)

    I'd like to share my results. Being fit means much more than just having muscles. Post your results to compare:

    Body fat: 11.1% Lean weight: 131.2# Fat weight: 16.3#
    Rank: 72% Above Average

    Resting heart rate: 64 BPM
    Rank: 65% Above Average

    3 minute aerobic step test heart rate: 78 BPM
    Rank: 92% Well Above Average

    Partial curl up: 52 reps/ 45 seconds
    Rank: 77% Above Average

    Push ups: 47 reps/ 1 minute
    Rank: 90% Well Above Average

    Max Bench Press, ratio to weight: 1.6 (235#)
    Rank: 90% Well Above Average

    Max Leg Press, ratio to weight: 2.2 (325#)
    Rank: 84% Well Above Average

    Sit- Reach hip flexibility test: 20.8"
    Rank: 89% Well Above Average



    Overall rank: 82% Well Above Average
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    Dec 09, 2012 10:21 PM GMT
    I just do my fitness related activities as a fun hobby. Although I'm very competitive by nature, I never considered taking a test to see how I fair compared to others in my age group.
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    Dec 09, 2012 10:25 PM GMT
    We should hang out. icon_wink.gif
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    Dec 09, 2012 10:37 PM GMT
    paulflexes saidI just do my fitness related activities as a fun hobby. Although I'm very competitive by nature, I never considered taking a test to see how I fair compared to others in my age group.


    Well my gym offers a monthly discount of $10 if you take their fitness test and nutrition lecture, which I did yesterday, so that was my main motivation icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 09, 2012 10:38 PM GMT
    timshel said
    paulflexes saidI just do my fitness related activities as a fun hobby. Although I'm very competitive by nature, I never considered taking a test to see how I fair compared to others in my age group.


    Well my gym offers a monthly discount of $10 if you take their fitness test and nutrition lecture, which I did yesterday, so that was my main motivation icon_smile.gif


    And, you also now have a baseline against which to measure progress. THAT is priceless.