The Correlation Between Heart Rate and Level of Exercise in Women

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Fall 11-15-2021


Students at Longwood University tested the hypothesis that the heart rate of women determines the level of exercise in women. Every subject filled out a pre-study survey which gathered information regarding their status of exercise levels, caffeine intake, and health backgrounds which can factor levels of heart rate. The initial heart rate was taken with each subject and then was taken again after walking for two minutes on a treadmill at an incline. Data was collected to analyze a correlation of the time duration of the subject's heart rate to decrease going back to the resting rate after walking and the level of exercise.


BIOL 301

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