The Standing Broad Jump measures power of the lower limbs by measuring how far an individual can jump from a standing position.

Equipment Required: Tape measure, flat non-slip surface, chalk, test administrator x1

Procedure:

  1. Participant performs a short warm-up following a RAMP protocol.
  2. Participant stands behind a line marked on the ground with feet slightly apart.
  3. Participant takes off on two feet, swinging their arms and bending their knees to provide forward drive.
  4. Participant attempts to jump as far forward as possible, landing on both feet without falling backwards.
  5. Test administrator measures from the take-off line, to the nearest point of contact (back of the heels) in metres/centimetres.
  6. Participant completes three attempts, test administrator records best attempt.
  7. Participant inputs the longest jump distance into SharedGoals by clicking on the green “Add score” button.
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Power Bigger/Longer/Further is better.

Danny

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Victor Okunowo

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Owen

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Johann

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Anon

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Anon

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Anon

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Anon

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Jack

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Sam

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Anon

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Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

James

Rupert

Jack

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Sam

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Darren

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Danny

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Johann

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Victor Okunowo

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Anon

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Owen

recorded by Raynes Park Vale

Tom

James

Rupert