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Old 01-20-2014, 09:17 PM   #1
Oli Kellett
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"Traditional" fitness tests

I did a YoYo endurance test the other day and got wondering if anyone else uses "traditional" fitness tests to measure their progress.

I use CF to mainly train for rugby refereeing, and as they is a lot of running involved at high speeds with some down time I find the YoYo test is a good one to see how I am tracking.
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