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1

What are the Bench Press 1RM norms (70% Percentile Rank) for 1. collegiate female athletes, 2. 14-15 year old high school football players, 3. 16-17 year old high school football players, 4. D1 football players, 5. D3 football players, 6. collegiate male athletes?

1. 108 lb
2. 195 lb
3. 235 lb
4. 325 lb
5. 305 lb
6. 245 lb

2

What are the Back Squat 1RM norms (70% Percentile Rank) for 1. collegiate female athletes, 2. 14-15 year old high school football players, 3. 16-17 year old high school football players, 4. D1 football players, 5. D3 football players, 6. collegiate male athletes?

1. 150 lb
2. 325 lb
3. 405 lb
4. 430 lb
5. 405 lb
6. 300 lb

3

What are the Power Clean 1RM norms (70% Percentile Rank) for 1. collegiate female athletes, 2. 14-15 year old high school football players, 3. 16-17 year old high school football players, 4. D1 football players, 5. collegiate male athletes?

1. 110 lb
2. 190 lb
3. 225 lb
4. 270 lb
5. 225 lb

4

What are the vertical jump norms for various groups of males: 1. Collegiate football skill positions and basketball players, 2. Competitive and recreational collegiate athletes, 3. High school athletes, 4. Sedentary individuals?

1. >28 inches
2. 24-24 inches
3. 20-22 inches
4. 16 inches

5

What are the vertical jump norms for various groups of females: 1. Collegiate basketball players, 2. Collegiate athletes, 3. Recreational collegiate aged 4. High school athletes, 5. Sedentary individuals?

1. 18-20+ inches
2. 16-18.5 inches
3. 15 inches
4. 13 inches
5. <12 inches

6

What are the T-Test norms for various groups of males: 1. collegiate athletes, 2. recreational collegiate aged athletes, 3. sedentary collegiate aged?

1. 9 +/- 0.2 seconds
2. 10.5 seconds
3. 11.1 seconds

7

What are the T-Test norms for various groups of females: 1. collegiate athletes, 2. recreational collegiate aged athletes, 3. sedentary collegiate aged?

1. 11 +/- 0.2 seconds
2. 12.5 seconds
3. 13.5 seconds

8

What are the 40 Yard Sprint norms for various groups of males: 1. Collegiate football skill positions, 2. Collegiate football linebackers, tight ends, safeties and quarterbacks, 3. Collegiate football linemen, 4. Competitive collegiate athletes, 5. Recreational collegiate athletes, 6. High School football skill positions, 7. High School football linebackers, tight ends, safeties and quarterbacks, 8. High School football linemen, 9. Sedentary collegiate?

1. 4.6-4.7 seconds
2. 4.8-4.9 seconds
3. 4.9-5.4 seconds
4. 5 seconds
5. 5 seconds
6. 5.2 seconds
7. 5.4 seconds
8. 5.4-5.6 seconds
9. 5 seconds

9

What are the 40 Yard Sprint norms for various groups of females: 1. Collegiate collegiate athletes, 2. Recreational collegiate athletes, 3. Sedentary collegiate?

1. 5.5-5.96 seconds
2. 5.8 seconds
3. 6.4 seconds

10

What are the Hexagon Test norms for various groups of males: 1. collegiate athletes, 2. recreational collegiate aged athletes, 3. sedentary collegiate aged?

1. 12.3 seconds
2. 12.3 seconds
3. 14.2 seconds

11

What are the Hexagon Test norms for various groups of females: 1. collegiate athletes, 2. recreational collegiate aged athletes, 3. sedentary collegiate aged?

1. 12.9 seconds
2. 13.2 seconds
3. 14.3 seconds

12

What are the 300 Yard Shuttle norms for various groups: 1. Collegiate football skill positions, 2. Collegiate football linebackers, tight ends, safeties and quarterbacks, 3. Collegiate football linemen, 4. Collegiate female basketball, 5. Collegiate female softball?

1. <59 seconds
2. <61 seconds
3. <65 seconds
4. <63 seconds
5. <66 seconds

13

What are the Margaria-Kalamen Stair Sprint Test norms (minimum amount to be considered "good") for males aged 1. 15-20, 2. 20-30, 3. 30-40, 4. 40-50, 5. Over 50?

1. 1844 watts
2. 1726 watts
3. 1383 watts
4. 1040 watts
5. 814 watts

14

What are the Margaria-Kalamen Stair Sprint Test norms (minimum amount to be considered "good") for females aged 1. 15-20, 2. 20-30, 3. 30-40, 4. 40-50, 5. Over 50?

1. 1491 watts
2. 1383 watts
3. 1040 watts
4. 814 watts
5. 608 watts

15

What are the Standing Long Jump norms (70% percentile) for elite male and female athletes?

Males: 122 inches (10 feet 2 inches)
Females: 110 inches (9 feet 2 inches)

16

What are the Standing Long Jump norms (ranked above average) for 15-16 year old male and female athletes?

Males: 73 inches (6 feet 1 inch)
Females: 61 inches (5 feet 1 inch)

17

What are the Partial Curl-Up Test norms (70% percentile) for males aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. 60-69?

1. 41 reps
2. 46 reps
3. 67 reps
4. 45 reps
5. 26 reps

18

What are the Partial Curl-Up Test norms (70% percentile) for females aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. 60-69?

1. 37 reps
2. 34 reps
3. 33 reps
4. 23 reps
5. 24 reps

19

What are the Push-Up Test norms (rank between good and very good) for males aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. 60-69?

1. 29 reps
2. 22 reps
3. 17 reps
4. 13 reps
5. 11 reps

20

What are the Push-Up Test norms (rank between good and very good) for females aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. 60-69?

1. 21 reps
2. 20 reps
3. 15 reps
4. 11 reps
5. 12 reps

21

What are the YMCA Bench Press Test norms (70% percentile) for males aged 1. 18-25, 2. 26-35, 3. 36-45, 4. 46-55, 5. 56-65 and 6. Over 65?

1. 33 reps
2. 29 reps
3. 25 reps
4. 20 reps
5. 14 reps
6. 10 reps
Males use a 80 pound barbell

22

What are the YMCA Bench Press Test norms (70% percentile) for females aged 1. 18-25, 2. 26-35, 3. 36-45, 4. 46-55, 5. 56-65 and 6. Over 65?

1. 28 reps
2. 28 reps
3. 24 reps
4. 18 reps
5. 14 reps
6. 10 reps
Females use a 35 pound barbell

23

What are the Sit and Reach Test norms (70% percentile) for 1. males aged 20-29, 2. males aged 30-39, 3. females aged 20-29 and 4. females aged 30-39?

1. 19.5 inches
2. 18.5 inches
3. 21.5 inches
4. 20.5 inches

24

What are the 1.5 Mile Run Test norms (70% percentile) for 1. males aged 20-29, 2. males aged 30-39, 3. females aged 20-29 and 4. females aged 30-39?

1. 10:47
2. 11:34
3. 13:53
4. 14:24

25

What are appropriate VO2 max norms for various sports such as 1. maximal endurance sports (i.e. cross country skiing, long distance running), 2. endurance sports (i.e. cycling, rowing), 3. endurance based multi-direction sports (i.e. soccer, wrestling), 4. multi-direction sports (i.e. basketball, tennis) and 5. non-endurance sports and recreational athletes (i.e. baseball, shot put) in male athletes?

1. 70+ ml/kg/min (considered extremely high)
2. 63-69 ml/kg/min (considered very high)
3. 57-62 ml/kg/min (considered high)
4. 52-56 ml/kg/min (considered above average)
5. 44-51 ml/kg/min (considered average)

26

What are appropriate VO2 max norms for various sports such as 1. maximal endurance sports (i.e. cross country skiing, long distance running), 2. endurance sports (i.e. cycling, rowing), 3. endurance based multi-direction sports (i.e. soccer, wrestling), 4. multi-direction sports (i.e. basketball, tennis) and 5. non-endurance sports and recreational athletes (i.e. baseball, shot put) in female athletes?

1. 60+ ml/kg/min (considered extremely high)
2. 54-59 ml/kg/min (considered very high)
3. 49-53 ml/kg/min (considered high)
4. 44-48 ml/kg/min (considered above average)
5. 35-43 ml/kg/min (considered average)

27

What are the 12 Minute Run norms (70% percentile) for males aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. Over 60?

1. 1.61 miles
2. 1.55 miles
3. 1.47 miles
4. 1.38 miles
5. 1.29 miles

28

What are the 12 Minute Run norms (70% percentile) for females aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. Over 60?

1. 1.37 miles
2. 1.33 miles
3. 1.25 miles
4. 1.17 miles
5. 1.13 miles

29

What are the Pro Agility (5-10-5 Shuttle) norms (70% percentile) for male and female collegiate athletes?

Males- 4.38 +/- 0.2 seconds
Females- 4.88 +/- 0.2 seconds (softball = 5.03 seconds)

30

What are appropriate body fat percentage norms for various levels of leanness for male athletes?

Extremely lean <7%
Very lean 8-10%
Leaner than average 11-13%
Average 14-17%
Fatter than average 18-22%

31

What are appropriate body fat percentage norms for various levels of leanness for female athletes?

Extremely lean <15%
Very lean 16-18%
Leaner than average 19-20%
Average 21-25%
Fatter than average 26-30%

32

What are the body fat percentage norms (70% percentile) for males aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. Over 60?

1. 11.8%
2. 15.9%
3. 18.1%
4. 19.8%
5. 20.3%

33

What are the body fat percentage norms (70% percentile) for females aged 1. 20-29, 2. 30-39, 3. 40-49, 4. 50-59, 5. Over 60?

1. 19%
2. 20%
3. 23.5%
4. 26.6%
5. 27.5%