- Was it difficult to use the same technique throughout the whole experiment?
- How did you hands and fingers feel BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER the experiment?
- (Q1) Is there a pattern to your data table or graph? Do the numbers increase, decrease, or stay the same?
- (Q3) What could these patterns in your table or graph indicate?
- (Q4) Are your results reliable? Is there anything you could have done to make your results more reliable? Explain. What errors or inconsistencies might have affected your results?
- Why did your hand strength change over the course of this experiment?
- How do you think your muscle cells get oxygen, nutrients, and water to make the energy they need to function?
- What do you think you could have done to prevent your muscles from tiring?
- What should you do if you experience muscle fatigue in the future.
1. Yes. It was so hard! I had to clip and clip and clip and clip until my fingers were melted.
2. Before my hands were great and normal, like all fingers. During the clipping my fingers were starting to slow down and lose energy. after it was over I was dead (NOT dead dead=when someone dies. Just dead=Pooped.).
3. Yes. The pattern is low,high,low,high. So the numbers don't stay the same. all they do is increase and decrease back and fourth.
4. they indicate how longer breaks prepare your muscles for more exercising.
6. The reason my fingers changed during the activity was because when your muscles are tired you need to relax them for a long time NOT for about 15 seconds.
8. I could have taken a drink of water after every break you fill my muscles with H2o. Muscles need those type of liquid.
9. I should sit down,relax,have a sip of water, Relaxing is best to get your muscles strong again.