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How to Train for Bleep Test ?!?


Just ran. 1200s, 800s, 400s, and 300s. A ton of lunges, or duck walks as we called them, instead of coming up after the lunge you keep your hips low to the ground, agility work, 5 and 10km runs and a lot of sprint work. Thats without the gym work.
I would say once a month to do the test, it's not gonna help to do it more often.


I agree, very much a mental battle and practicing the test will help with this. Practicing will also help familiarity of speeds each level, so pace and turning can all be practiced.

The test is quite difficult, I think there are only a couple females in the world to ever reach level 15, if those stats are even true.