The BPFT can be used for most youngsters with disabilities. However, there are instances in which the test may be inappropriate for a particular individual. For example, they may not be able to perform test items or their level of physical fitness, motivation, or understanding may be very low and result in invalid indications of fitness. In instances such as these, it may be preferable to measure their extent and nature of involvement in physical activity rather than the extent to which they attain levels of physical fitness. Another recommended strategy would be to task analyze test items so that they could be targeted, learned, and measured. Finally, the development of "rubrics" (i.e., a type of rating scale) or other alternative forms of assessment may be most appropriate. Hopefully, each of these options would eventually lead to abilities which lend themselves to the evaluation of health-related physical fitness.