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What is the average Cooper run results?

What is the average Cooper run results?

Cooper Test Results for Males (in meters)

Age Excellent Average
Male 20-29 > 2800m 2200 – 2399m
Males 30-39 > 2700m 1900 – 2299m
Males 40-49 > 2500m 1700 – 2099m
Males 50+ > 2400m 1600 – 1999m

How many laps should you run in 12 minutes?

comments: the world record for 5000m is held by Kenenisa Bekele in 12:37.35. Based on that time, he would complete 4752m or 11.88 laps in 12 min.

What is the Cooper’s 12-minute run test?

Developed in the 1960s by Dr Cooper, the 12-minute run test measures how far a person can cover (run, walk, jog) in 12 minutes. Simple. Ideally you want to take this test on a standard running track, or a location where you can measure distance run without having to stop.

How do I calculate my VO2 max for 12 minutes?

Calculate Your 12-Minute Run Test Results

  1. In Miles: VO2max = (35.97 x miles) – 11.29.
  2. In Kilometers: VO2max = (22.351 x kilometers) – 11.288.

What kind of fitness test is Cooper 12 minute run?

Cooper 12-minute Run Test Norms. The Cooper 12 minute run is a popular maximal running test of aerobic fitness.

What kind of test is the Cooper test?

The American doctor Dr. Kenneth Cooper has developed this test. After a good warming-up you run on a track (or a piece way, where a helper measures the distance) in 12 minutes as many meters as possible. Try to run in a gradual speed. Because this is a heavy effort test this test is not suitable for people with a bad health.

How to conduct a 12 minute run test?

How to conduct the test. This test requires the athlete to run as far as possible in 12 minutes. The athlete warms up for 10 minutes. The assistant gives the command “GO”, starts the stopwatch and the athlete commences the test. The assistant keeps the athlete informed of the remaining time at the end of each lap (400m)

Who is the founder of the Cooper 12 minute run?

By far, the most well-known and widely used test is the Cooper 12-Minute Run, which reaches its 50 year anniversary in 2018. Dr. Kenneth Cooper has always had a keen interest in exercise physiology, which is the study of the function of the body as it responds to various types of exercise training.