International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance

Robert Podstawski, Piotr Markowski, Cain Clark, Dariusz Choszcz, Ferenc Ihász, Stanimir Stojiljković, Piotr Gronek

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The aim of this study was to develop international standards for evaluating strength endurance with the use of the 3-Minute Burpee Test. The results of 3862 women (Poland – 2502, Great Britain – 500, Hungary – 412, Serbia – 448) and 5971 men (Poland – 4517, Great Britain – 500, Hungary – 451, Serbia – 503) aged 18-25 (mean age of 20.36 ± 0.94 and 20.05 ± 1.25 y, respectively) were collated between 2004 and 2018. The students’ strength endurance was evaluated in the 3-Minute Burpee Test. The results were expressed on a uniform scale with the 3-sigma rule which was used to develop the T-score scale for the 3-Minute Burpee Test. Men completed 56.69 cycles/3 min and women – 48.84/3 min on average. The best male participant completed 82 burpees, and the best female participant – 73 burpees. The majority of male and female participants (66.71% and 68.18%, respectively) were characterized by average strength endurance in the 3-Minute Burpee Test (range of scores: 47-66 and 37-60 cycles/3 min, respectively). Very good strength endurance (76-85 and 72-83 cycles/3 min, respectively) was noted in the smallest percentage of male and female participants (0.52% and 0.26%, respectively). Similar studies should be carried out in other countries and in different age groups to develop objective international classification standards for variously-aged individuals.
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JournalJournal of Human Kinetics
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Podstawski, R., Markowski, P., Clark, C., Choszcz, D., Ihász, F., Stojiljković, S., & Gronek, P. (Accepted/In press). International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance. Journal of Human Kinetics, (In-Press), (In-Press).

International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance. / Podstawski, Robert; Markowski, Piotr ; Clark, Cain; Choszcz, Dariusz ; Ihász, Ferenc ; Stojiljković, Stanimir ; Gronek, Piotr.

In: Journal of Human Kinetics, Vol. (In-Press), 28.01.2019, p. (In-Press).

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Podstawski, R, Markowski, P, Clark, C, Choszcz, D, Ihász, F, Stojiljković, S & Gronek, P 2019, 'International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance' Journal of Human Kinetics, vol. (In-Press), pp. (In-Press).
Podstawski R, Markowski P, Clark C, Choszcz D, Ihász F, Stojiljković S et al. International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance. Journal of Human Kinetics. 2019 Jan 28;(In-Press):(In-Press).
Podstawski, Robert ; Markowski, Piotr ; Clark, Cain ; Choszcz, Dariusz ; Ihász, Ferenc ; Stojiljković, Stanimir ; Gronek, Piotr. / International standards for the 3-Minute Burpee Test: high-intensity motor performance. In: Journal of Human Kinetics. 2019 ; Vol. (In-Press). pp. (In-Press).
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