The European Fitness Badge is a conformation of a health promoting fintess-status – ADVANCED is the second level and APPROVED the third.
The fitness is ADVANCED corresponding to an average level of the population of same age and sex – that means you are fitter than 40% and less fit than 40% of your age group.
APPROVED means the fitness status is better than the average of the population of same age and sex – that means you belong to the fittest 40% of your age group.
Stand close to the step bench, step up with one leg after the other, step down with one leg after the other: up-up-down-down
Walk a flat way of 2 km with the walking technique as fast as possible.
The challenging position, with the body’s weight borne on forearms, elbows, and toes need to be hold.
Jump as high as possible while touching the wall with the hand.
Lie in a prone position on the floor. The hands are touching over the buttock. Lift your whole body up in a push-up position.
One hand touches the other and goes back in the push-up position. Lower the whole body straight to the floor and put your hands over the buttock together.
Start the next modified push-up.
Balance with the preferred leg on a balance beam. The other leg is stretched sideways and shouldn´t touch the balancing leg.
Walk a 6 m walking distance backwards as fast as possible. The toes of one foot should touch the heel of the other one.
Sit on the floor with legs stretched out straight ahead and try to reach forward along the measuring line as far as possible.
In order to calculate the ABSI the body height, the body weight and the waist circumference need to be measured.
To calculate the BMI, the body weight in kilogram (kg) and the body height in meter (m) have to be measured.
Stand straight in your normal position. The instructor observe your posture and gives you a feedback.