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Robert Booker Peer Support Specialists

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You might have some idea of how fit you are. But knowing for sure can help you set good fitness goals, see your progress and stay motivated. Once you know your starting point, you can plan where you want to go. Get started with the simple tests below. Gather your tools Most often, measures of fitness involve these key areas: Aerobic fitness, which involves how well the heart uses oxygen. Muscle strength and endurance, which involve how hard and long muscles can work. Flexibility, which is how able joints are to move through their full range of motion. Body composition, which involves how much fat, bone and muscle are in the body. To do your assessment, you need: A stopwatch or a watch that can measure seconds. A cloth measuring tape. A scale. Someone to help you record your scores and count how many times you repeat something. You'll also need a pencil or pen and paper to record your scores as you finish each part of the test. You can record your scores in a notebook or journal. Or you can save them in a spreadsheet or another electronic format.

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