Pulse Rate Test between Athletes and Non-Athletes

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Kai Chen Laboratory Experiment #1 Final Draft Pulse Rate Test between Athletes and Non-Athletes In this exercise, the entire class will divide in 6 groups, each group has 6 members, one athlete, one non-athlete, two members will act as person trainers for testing pulse rate, and the other two take the note. This experiment is going to investigate the different of cardiovascular fitness between Athletes and Non-Athletes, and to prove a person who works out a lot is more healer than who are not works much. Cardiovascular fitness can be determined by measuring a person’s heart rate before and after aerobic exercise. A physically fit person such as athletes should have a relatively slower pulse rate after exercise than non-athletes. The first step of the experiment is to test the pulse rate of athlete and non-athlete in calm status, so let athlete and non-athlete in the group relax is very important, cause it might influence the result of the experiment. When they are ready, the two pulse rate
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course BIOL BIOL taught by Professor Dellis during the Fall '09 term at Charleston.

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