One mile walk test

The one mile walk test is a submaximal test the requires you to walk one mile as fast as you can.

1. Make sure you have a known distance to walk. Could be 400 meters to walk four times or a measured one mile distance.
2. Walk as fast as you can without feeling strained.
3. Note the time and the heart rate when finishing the distance.

Heart Rate

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Walking at given speed requires a certain oxygen uptake. If heart rate is known together with age and gender it is possible to estimate maximal heart rate and thereby maximal oxygen uptake.

Estimation of VO2max from a one-mile track walk, gender, age, and body weight.
Kline GM, Porcari JP, Hintermeister R, Freedson PS, Ward A, McCarron RF, Ross J, Rippe JM.
Med Sci Sports Exerc 1987 Jun;19(3):253-9




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#11 pete 2013-09-02 02:45
Would like to use this in my 8th grade PE class. Can I have the number for this so I can tell my students their what is an advance score, proficient score and a limited score.
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