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Strength Test

What you ideally want from a strength test is to see a quantifiable measurement! Strength testing on both upper body and lower body at the start of your training and every few months is a smart approach - especially when strength tests can measure a range of of areas.

A strength test will allow you to see which muscle groups are progressing the most and which are still lacking. Undoubtedly a key area for many, why not check the strength tests you didn't know about to help you start a new approach.

Core Tests

Core tests determine how well the abdominal muscles along with the muscles around the lumbar spine are able to work. Doing well on core tests will prove that you are more capable on other assessments since these muscles are used in almost every activity you do.

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Lower Body Tests

Incorporating lower body tests into your strength assessment is an absolute must if you want to get a full measure of your fitness level. The best lower body tests to perform will be ones that utilize many muscles as once, a one rep max squat assessment being a perfect example.

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Upper Body Tests

The two most common upper body tests to perform are a one rep bench press max along with a push-up assessment. As these are both compound movements, they will determine strength levels in a variety of muscle groups.

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