Hernandez 1 The difference in Tidal Volume & Respiratory rate before & after jumping jacks Nharly Hernandez Thursday 10:30 Lab February 21, 2019
Hernandez 2 Methods and Materials One person was selected to be the control of this experiment. As a negative control, he person participating in the experiment was asked to breathe into a spirometer while at rest. The normal breathing of the participant was recorded for sixty seconds on the LabQuest software that was connected to the spirometer. The normal breathing was recorded a total of three times to account for three different trials. It is important to have this negative control to be able to see the difference is tidal volume and respiratory rate before and after exercise. After the three trials of normal breathing were recorded the participant was asked to do jumping jacks for a total of thirty seconds. Following the thirty seconds of jumping jacks, they were once again asked to breathe into the spirometer. The breathing after exercise was once again recorded for sixty seconds. After
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