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The effect of exercise on HR

The effect of exercise on HR - Joshua Sipe Biology104...

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Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 January 1, 2008 Title: The Effect of Exercise on Heart Rate Abstract: The objective of this lab was to test the effect of exercise on heart rate. An experiment was set up so two individuals at a time walked up and down stairs for three minutes while two subjects remained at rest. The individual pulse rate were taken before exercise and after exercise. After the test, the percent change was calculated. The results of this experiment show that on average a persons heart rate will increase at minimum fifty percent which supports the hypothesis. Hypothesis: Walking up the stairs in TC3 for three minutes will increase a persons heart rate Experimental procedure: The basis for these activities is described in Lab Manual Biol104 (Morris,TC3,2008) pgs. 4-7. The experimental procedure had two individuals relax for three minutes then their pulse was measured. The two individuals walked up and down stairs for three minutes consistently, and their pulse was measured afterward.
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