Chen, Q. (2023). Research on the Reliability of Children’s Physical Fitness Test Results in Family Environment. Global Sport Science, 2(1).

Research on the Reliability of Children's Physical Fitness Test Results in Family Environment

In order to promote the development of children's physical fitness testing, this paper adopts methods such as literature review, experimentation, and data analysis to analyze the results of physical fitness tests conducted by parents in the home environment on children with the help of online physical fitness testing system for young children and the results of tests conducted by professionals in the campus environment. The correlation between height and weight, ten-meter back and forth running, sitting and forward bending, standing long jump, double-foot continuous jump, tennis long throw and other items in the family environment and in the campus environment were analyzed to determine the reliability of the test results in the family environment, so as to lay a theoretical foundation for promoting family physical fitness testing

young children physical fitness test test-retest reliability correlation


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