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Category: Core

Drill
Flying
The Flying drill is a time/speed measure from point A to point B with optional splits in-between. Note that a Fly uses a moving start and requires 2 timing gates. Step-By-Step Instructions For 2-point starts we typically suggest using the Flying drill. For 3-point starts we recommend the Dash drill See demonstrative video below.
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505 Agility
The 505 Agility test is a test of 180 degree turning ability. The test may also be adapted for sport specific testing by having the subject dribble a soccer ball or hockey puck though the course, or bounce a basketball. This drill uses a moving start and requires 1 timing gate. Step-By-Step Instructions
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Reactive Shuttle
The reactive shuttle test is part of a fitness testing protocol for the NBA Combine – but can be utilized by many sports. The players complete an agility circuit, first running to the right or left direction in response to a stimulus (light). This drill uses a stationary start and requires 1 timing gate and […]
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Biometric Measurements
Height, Reach, and Wingspan – Physical Set-up Please view the installation instructions that are relevant to you, either Wall Installation, Frame Installation, or Rack Installation. Wall Installation Frame Installation Rack Installation Operating the BioStation in the App
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Broad Jump
The Standing long jump, also called the Broad Jump, is a test of explosive leg power. It is one of the fitness tests in the NFL Combine and was also once an event at the Olympic Games. When using Dashr|Jump hardware for this test you can electronically perform this test with an accuracy of 0.01 […]
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Vertical Jump / Max Vertical
The vertical jump test is a test of lower body power and has been performed for over 100 years! There are two different ways to measure vertical jump using Dashr: When using Dashr|Jump hardware for this test you will need a Vertec or similar vane based system, and we will make it smart! You can also manually […]
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Reactive Agility Test (RAT)
The Reactive Agility Test (RAT or Y-test) is a test of speed, agility, and the ability to recognize stimuli, and react to it. This drill uses a moving or stationary start, requires 4 timing gates and 2 React modules. Step-By-Step Instructions Stationary Starts Moving Starts
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RAST
The Running Based Anaerobic Sprint Test (RAST) was devised at the University of Wolverhampton in the UK, and the standard version involves six sprints over 35 meters with a 10 second recovery between each sprint, and provides measurements of peak power, average power and minimum power along with a fatigue index (Draper & Whyte, 1997). […]
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T-Test
The T-Test is a simple running test of agility, involving forward, lateral, and backward movements, appropriate to a wide range of sports. This drill uses a stationary or moving start and requires 1 timing gate. Step-By-Step Instructions Stationary Starts Moving Starts
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Lap
The Lap drill can be used for any application that requires the start and stop at the same location. This drill can use a stationary or moving start and requires 1 timing gate. Additional gates can be added if splits within a lap are desired. Step-By-Step Instructions Stationary Starts Moving Starts
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Dash
The Dash is a time/speed measure from point A to point B with optional splits in-between. Note that Dash uses a stationary start and requires 2 timing gates. Step-By-Step Instructions For 2-point starts we typically suggest using the Flying drill. See demonstrative video below.
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Pro-Agility
The Pro-Agility is a test of speed, explosion, body control, and ability to change direction. This drill uses a stationary start and requires 1 timing gate. An additional gate can be added if a 3-point start is desired. Step-By-Step Instructions
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L Drill
The L-Drill (3-Cone) is a test of speed, quickness, flexibility, body control, and ability to change direction. This drill uses a stationary start and requires 1 timing gate. An additional gate can be added if a hand start is desired. Step-By-Step Instructions Note that the laser locks out for several seconds after timing begins in […]