Everything you need to know about the Beep Test
The multistage fitness test (also know as the beep, bleep test, pacer test and shuttle run test) is a standard fitness test used by professionals to test cardiovascular fitness.
This multi stage fitness test involves running back and forth between two markers at 20 metres apart at an increasing pace as indicated by audio beeps. Your fitness level will then be calculated based on how long you can keep the pace. An audio beep and visual cue will indicate marker and stage changes.
The Beep Test is a standard fitness test used by Sporting Teams (including but not limited to soccer, football, Australian Rules AFL, hockey, rugby, cricket, athletics and tennis). The test is also and entry requirement for Police, Fire and Emergency Response, Army, Air Force and Navy.