To make the experiment as accurate as possible, I will take and record each exercise, including my resting heart rate, 3 times to increase precision and to make sure each recording is exact. Initially, I am going to measure my resting heart rate 3 times for one minute. Each time I get my reading, I will record it into the table. My first exercise that I will carry out is going to be walking. I am going to walk for exactly one minute, and after that minute, I will measure and record my heart rate 3 times, also for one minute.
I think that there will be a gradual increase to begin with, but as the body has to work harder I think that the heart will then increase at a faster rate. When the exercise is complete I think that the heart rate will gradually decrease back to the resting pulse rate. I predict this because the supply of Oxygen to the muscles will decrease which will push the pulse rate up. I also think that a lot of energy will be used up as the exercise takes place, resulting in a further increase. If the body is unable to continue aerobic respiration anaerobic respiration will take place.
Prediction. I predict the harder someone exercises, the higher his or her heart/pulse rate would be. The blood has to be pumped round the body quicker by the heart. There are several reasons why this happens. Before and during the early stages of exercise the sympathetic nervous system is alerted and adrenaline is secreted in to the bloodstream.
I would have to incorporate both anaerobic and aerobic exercises into my I would have to work on a fully body exercise and this would be incorporated into circuit training. Different stations would be directed to working on different muscle groups being upper body, core and lower body. I have to do this in su... ... middle of paper ... ...p the stopwatch and record the time shown. I would then repeat this test three months later and check for any signs of improvement. A decrease in recovery time would indicate that the training method ids working and I should continue using It.
I am going to change the distance run 5 times. I am going to record his resting heart rate, his heart rate straight after exercise and time how long it takes for him to recover. To make sure that my results are reliable and correct. I am going to take the average of these two sets of results and use the average for my graph and my final result. For this experiment I am going to useâ€¦ * A heart rate monitor, to measure Marks heart rate - this consists of a belt and a transmitter belt.
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For one to continue exercising for long amounts of time, cells need to create ATP in order to use energy. Oxygen must be present for the process of creating ATP, which not only explains why higher respiratory rates occur during exercise but also faster heart rates. When the heart is beating rapidly, it is distributes oxygenated blood as fast as the body n... ... middle of paper ... .... All things considered, this experiment was conducted as well as it could’ve been, unavoidable errors and all. Even still, there are still things that could be discovered throughout this topic. There are multiple possibilities for future research.
This results in your breathing rate to increase even more to maintain a sufficient supply of energy levels. Once the oxygen is sent into the blood stream from the lungs, your heart rate will rise and deliver it to your cells, again to maintain homeostasis. Now we are in the cardiovascular system, which is responsible for the transportation of oxygen, hormones, and nutrients throughout the body. (2) When your heart rate increases it speeds up the delivery of oxygen to the cells from the arteries and capillaries. Your heart rate will also control how fast the arteries and capillaries will deliver the different nutrients from your blood to the cells.
Thermal energy leads to the increase of internal body temperature. As nerves (the receptors) send oxygen rich blood flows to the brain, the hypothalamus (control center) releases a signal that sends the blood closer to the skin, where there are pores ( the effectors) so that some of that heat energy can be released though
Throughout the experiment I worked carefully by turning off the knob on the potentiometer every time I had to change the LED or move the apparatus. Also I left the space around the circuit clear so that I would not get confused with things that I needed to use and things that I did not want. The working area was well organised. My equipments did not get mixed up with others. Because this experiment does not take long to read out the values of voltage of each LED, I decided to do 5 repeats for each LED instead of 3 repeats, as I planned.