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 will rest for 5 minutes after each exercise in order to get my heart rate back to its resting pace. After my heart rate is back to its normal resting pace, I will take my second exercise, which is a light jog. I will lightly jog continuously for one minute, stop and take my heart rate for one minute and then do the same process another two times. Then finally I am going to do hard running for exactly one minute, and after that minute, I will measure and record my heart rate 3 times, also for one minute.
I will make sure it is a fair test by switching on an alarm for exact timing. Also I will make sure I will exactly the same things in the experiment in case, any addition or subtraction of clothes could affect the outcome of the experiment. After one minute I will immediately check my pulse, record it, then I shall wait for the pulse rate to reach the original resting pulse rate and then record how long it took to do so. I will repeat the experiment three times and record each experiment for seven minutes (meaning seven blocks of data) and take the average.
Stairs). Method: 1) At the beginning of the experiment, we will take down the pulse from the person who is experimenting and note it down. 2) Firstly we do the exercise we have chosen for 2 minutes, than we take down the pulse rate and note it down while they are resting after exercising. We do that 3 times. 3) We do the same for the other sets of minutes, 4 and 6 minutes, and at the end of each set were all measured, we will calculate the average and note it down into the table of results.
Effects of Exercise on the Body I am going to conduct an experiment to see how exercise affects your body's heart rate. I am going to measure the effects of different amounts of exercise. A boy and a Girl will run up a flight of stairs (20 steps) 5 times each. Before they start they will have there resting pulse rate measured and they must wait before it returns to that rate before they start the next run. The first run will last a minute, and then the second, 2 minutes, the third, 3 minutes, the fourth, 4 minutes and the fifth run will last 5 minutes.
An attached gauge with numerical values representing millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) on it is used to measure the blood pressure. The person performing the test will listen for two important beats, the first and the last. The first beat measures the systolic blood pressure or the force exerted on the walls of the blood vessels during the contraction of the ventricle. The last beat is the diastolic blood pressure or the force exerted on the walls of the blood vessels while the ventricles are resting. The importance of blood pressure monitoring cannot be understated.
I will then do step up exercises for five minutes on a 10cm step and rest for five minutes after that. I will take my pulse every minute during the exercise and every minute for five minutes afterwards to find my recovery rate. To make the test safe I will make sure that I drink plenty of water and wear trainers to protect my ankles from injury. The variables which I will keep the same to make it a fair test are the period of time for which I exercise and when I take my pulse rate. My independent variable will be the time for which I exercise and my dependant variable will be my pulse rate.
The Effect of Exercise on Pulse Rate In this experiment I am trying to find out how exercise affects my pulse rate. I will do this by exercising then measuring my pulse rate. In this experiment I will use 2 pieces of equipment, a stopwatch and calculator. I will use the stopwatch to time how long I exercise for and the measure my pulse rate and I will use the calculator to work out my pulse rate. I will first exercise for 15 seconds then measure my pulse rate for 15 seconds then rest for 2 minutes then repeat the process.
The Blood pressure: Equipment needed:Sphygmomanometer and a stethoscope. The purpose of checking blood pressure is to obtain information on the body¡¯s physical condit... ... middle of paper ... ...I took note during the exercise that a respiration rate below 12 per minute or above 26 per minute was abnormal. In the chart below I show how the respirations increase after exercise. The respirations increased during the exercise before slowly returning to its natural resting rate after the exercise.
The examiner should listen for the systolic pressure and that occurs the exact moment when the heart beat becomes audible. Next the examiner should listen for the diastolic pressure which is the exact moment the heart beat fades. The examiner should then let out the rest of the air in the cuff and record the blood pressure, systolic over
Then I will multiply the result by 4 that will give me my resting pulse rate per minute. 2. Then I will go on the jogging machine and walk at a speed of 4 km/h for 5 minutes. After that I will stop and then take my pulse rate every minute until it comes back to my resting rate. 3.