Present Data Collected Before and After a Standard Period of Exercise with Reference to Validity. (M3)

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Present Data Collected Before and After a Standard Period of Exercise with Reference to Validity. (M3)

Pulse rate before the exercise.

1st attempt 2nd attempt 3rd attempt
69 77 80

After the exercise:

1st attempt 2nd attempt 3rd attempt
115 110 108

The pulse rate increases each time due to the acknowledgment of the pulse and I therefore was able to get more accurate results.

Breathing rate before the exercise:

1st attempt 2nd attempt 3rd attempt
28 24 19

After the exercise:

1st attempt 2nd attempt 3rd attempt
45 39 31

Before the exercise the breathing decreased when I was counting how many breaths I can take in a minute. However whilst breathing, my breathing rate was not normal but it was essential for me to keep the results reliable.

Temperature before the exercise:

1st attempt 2nd attempt 3rd attempt
36.9 36.9 36.9

Follow the guidelines to interpret collected data for heart rate, breathing rate and temperature before and after a standard period of exercise. (P6)

Present data collected before and after a standard period of exercise with reference to Validity. (M3)

This assignment will consist of guidelines to interpret collected data for heart rate, breathing rate and temperature before and after a standard period of exercise. In order to complete this exercise we had to work with another individual and take turns to accurately record the BLOOD PRESSURE, pulse and respiration and temperature results before and after undertaking the exercise. (Stretch, B., & Whitehouse, M. (2007). We chose to do the Harvard step which consisted of a workout for fifteen minutes; we then completed the measure and repeated it again 3 times to ensure we had got reliable results.

For the exercise that my partner and I took part in a ten minute warm up was the first step. After the warm up we had to walk up and down the…...

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