Of course, It's easy to talk. Looking at my results just proves that I am VERY out of shape, actually my BMI is at 18 which states that "It's time to reduce your chance of developing health-problems." That basically says a lot about my fitness level and well-being. First time that we had tried push-ups, I was terrible! I was already huffing and puffing only for a minute's time. However, a few times after I can see myself slowly improving. Crutches I did about 12; not too good but I'm sure if I'll be doing them every warm up I'll get better over time. I'm not a flexible person at all, either. I don't know if I have a short upper body or if I just have long legs. Most likely my muscles need to be stretched, I'd like to hope. The beeper test to be honest, was the most intimidating thing I have ever done. After very few rounds I'm already tired and get cramps, I got a level 3. I hope to boost it up to a level 6... I will try! I won't be too disappointed if I don't get it straight on, but as long as I know I've pushed myself till I could no longer push.
My strongest test was the alternate wall toss, I was able to throw 11. Maybe it might not be much, but I went at a pretty fast pace and didn't miss any of the balls; I'll be sure to try better when we do this again. After all these tests, you... [continues]
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