Laying on the Floor
Jumping Up and Down
Running in Place
Number of Pulses in 15 Seconds
Laying on the Floor= 24 Beats
Sitting Down= 17 Beats
Standing Still= 32 Beats
Jumping Up and Down= 26 Beats
Running in Place= 29 Beats
Multiply By 4
Heart Rate (Number of Beats in 60 Seconds)
Laying on the Floor= 96 Beats
Sitting Down= 68 Beats
Standing Still= 128 Beats
Jumping Up and Down= 104 Beats
Running in Place= 116 Beats
A: The activities that increased my heart rate the most were standing still, running in place, and jumping up and down.
Q: Which activities increased your heart rate the least?
A: The activities that increased my heart rate the least were sitting down, and laying on the floor.
Q: Was the order in which you ranked the activities accurate? (It's good to be wrong!) Explain.
A: It was for sure wrong. The activity that increased my heart rate the least was actually
Q: What changes did you notice about your heart rate as you became more active?
Q: Why do you think your heart rate changed when you were more active? What inference can you make? (Use pages 65–66 of your reference book to help you answer this question.)