Me and my partner saw different things and felt different things when we were exerting ourselves from doing jumping jacks. I saw that his face was getting a little pink, and he was slowing down after a while. I felt bad because my stomach kept getting cramps in them and it would slow me down and make me stop.
1. What three basic things do our bodies need in order survive?
2. If we exert ourselves, what are three (or more) signs that our bodies are in distress?
3. What can we do to make these signs go away?
1. We need food, water, and energy
You can get a cramp in your stomach from the muscles tightening in your body when you are working out.
Your calves can get sore also from the muscles tightening in your body when you work energetically.
Your face can get red because warm, oxygenated blood rushes to the surface of your skin.
You can also be sweating, caused from the perspiration on your body.
3.You can do different things for each one but we thought that you could drink water to make your red or pink cheeks go away. If you have a cramp you can just stand up and stop doing whatever you were doing that caused the cramp in the first place. That also works with the calves being sore too. It also can help to lay down and rest.