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To find out what is happening to our body after the vigorous training. And what is different before the exercise and later after few attempts? We are looking the pulse rate per minute.

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To find out what is happening to our body after the vigorous training! And what is different before the exercise and later after few attempts? We are looking the pulse rate per minute. I have to prove in my experiment what happens after the vigorous. (When our body beats up e.g. heart or after the sport) By doing this I have been selected with a partner to work out experiment. When you go for jog you starting to lose the energy, which provide from the food, the more we jog the more we lose the energy! Energy can be lose in varieties of ways such as biking, playing, breathing in and out etc... I have find out that whether is that true that our blood provides all the organs of our body with the materials needed to stay alive and healthy. Blood flows around our body through network of blood vessels, which makes up our circulatory system. Our blood is kept flowing around this system by the action of our heart. ...read more.

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from this we can also find out whether do we have any sort of disease which can devise as into a big part. This mean we will be losing energy and gaining lots of oxygen as well as energy! The main thing we want to find what is the different pulse rate before and after the erxercise. So by doing this we have a equipment that we require. 1. Partners selected 2. Collect the work sheet for experiment. 3. We have to do the entire task that require in our coursework. 4. Starting to do the aim of the project. 5. Listen to the teacher to ask what is our aim. 6. We have to use the primary, secondary and tertiary resources. 7. Ready for experiment and the teacher would give us the equipment for the experiment. 8. When we did the experiment then we have to do make the results. 9. By getting the result from our experiment it show whether our experiment worked or not. ...read more.

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The changes I will make will be the measurement and the timing of the stopwatch if possible, we don't know yet whether our pulse rate will higher, lower or even it will stay the same! We have to look at this very keenly so we provide more information to actual coursework by doing this I have look for the primary, secondary and tertiary resources. The main thing that I will look the will be pulse rate per minute or heart beat per minute and then divide it by three because we are doing three times at last it will give us the graphs and charts from that we can finds our score what is our aim is and then we have to answer the following questions which we have in primary resources. The most would consider me the result because the result is giving me the answer of my questions and our from the start of this topic " what is happening to our body after vigorous training" The count and measurement is crucial with my coursework from that we get the result and after the result we can find our aim or actual facts to words this project! ...read more.

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