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The Four Factors to Consider When Selecting Test Procedures
Between 1965 to 1976, we used many types of examining, such as weight lifting tests, running tests, physiological actions (e.g., height), rowing technique, and bike ergometer tests. In inclusion, trainers often used their instinct to set groups. For example, some trainers simply put the highest or the most knowledgeable sportsmen in the vessel. One could accept such choices out of respect for the trainer, but it seems that there must be a better way.
In 1976, new rowing evaluation techniques were developed, such as the rowing ergometer, physical tests, and the John Parker seat-race design. This design is a system of competitions that uses two coxed four legs. The groups face off against each other for 3-minute durations at set action rates, and after each period, the trainer names two rowers to change opposite chairs in the two four legs and the competition period is recurring to determine what rower leads to most in shifting the vessel faster.