Tests are individual fitness assessments which yield a single rating. Select fitness categories to filter results. Click testing protocol to see instructions for performing the test. Click GET A TEST SCORE to enter a result.
40 Yard Dash
The 40 yard dash is a standard benchmark for speed, and a showcase event at the NFL Combine. It is the simple measurement of how fast an athlete can cover 40 yards. While primarily speed, power and agility plays an important role, especially for the start. This test is relevant for any sport which requires speed and agility, including:
This test requires extremely precise timing equipment, including electronic triggers for both start and finish. A certified score cannot be hand-timed. The timer starts when the athlete starts to move and ends when they cross the finish line. A "GO" command is optional since the timers are motion activated.
The athlete can alternatively be timed through video. The time will start when the athlete's hand comes off of the ground and ends when their chest crosses the finish line. A common tool to do this is the coaches eye application.
Maneuver Under Fire (MANUF)
The Maneuver Under Fire (MANUF) test is a component of the United States Marines Combat Fitness Test program, or CFT. The MANUF is a timed 300 yard shuttle run that reflects combat-related tasks, including crawls, buddy drags/carries, ammunition resupply, grenade throw and agility running.
Ensure the MANUF is constructed on a smooth and level grass surface, preferably a football or soccer field. Prior to the conduct of this event, the CCI/CPTR will ensure the running surface is free from hazards or debris that can cause injury to participants.
20 Yard Shuttle Run
This is a test of speed, explosive power, and agility and is a key component of the NFL combine. It is also called the "Pro Agility Drill." This test is practical for many sports, including:
Place three marker cones along a line five yards apart. The player straddles the middle line and puts one hand down in a three-point stance. The player can start by going either to the right or left direction. On 'Go' the player turns and runs five yards to one side and touches the line with hand, then runs 10 yards back to the far cone and touches the other line, then turns back to finish by running back through the original starting point. The player is required to touch the line at each turn. Movement-activated, electronic timing is essential, with accuracy to 0.01 seconds.
10 Yard Dash
The 10 yard dash is a standard benchmark for explosive speed and it measured at the NFL Combine. It is the simple measurement of how fast an athlete can cover 10 yards, and is sometimes measured as a split during a 40 yard dash. The first 10 yards are less about pure speed and the start is critical. This test is relevant for any sport which requires speed and agility, including:
This test requires extremely precise timing equipment, including electronic triggers for both start and finish. A certified score cannot be hand-timed. The timer starts when athlete starts to move and ends when they cross the finish line. A "GO" command is optional since the timers are motion activated.
800 M Run
The 800 Meter Run is a test of muscular endurance. A run normally lasting 2-3 minuites it pushes an athlete to their lactate thresholds.
60 Yard Shuttle Run
The realFIT 60 yard shuttle is a primary indicator of agility and speed. There are multiple variations of this test, but in our version, the athlete covers a total of 60 yards by running a prescribed sequence, and picking up objects at 5, 10 and 15 yards from the start. This test requires electronic timing for most accurate results.
Place light objects (such as a yoga block) at 5, 10 and 15 yards from the starting line. The athlete starts in standing position. Here is the complete sequence which totals 60 yards:
Clock stops when competitor crosses line final time.
The 5000 meter (5K) run is primarily a measure of cardiovascular endurance. The distance is common for many roadraces, which provide ample opportunities to get certified results.
The athlete will run 5000 meters and be timed on how quickly they can cover that distance on foot. Athletes can use either a track or road race as long as the event is officially timed. GPS measurements may be valid for certified results depending on the accuracy of the device.