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1. I do think that it was difficult to use the same technique throughout the whole experiment. I think this because my muscles were getting tired and tired while using the same technique and they started to slack off.
2. Before this experiment my hands and fingers felt normal and really relaxed because their was no work my hands and fingers had to do. During this experiment, My hands felt fatigued and tired going on and on during the experiment. After this experiment, my hands were trying to cool down and get out all of the pain that was forced to my muscles.
3. In the beginning, my data numbers started to be lower numbers. But, as we got trial into trial my numbers started to increase into bigger numbers.
4. Some errors or inconsistencies that affected my results were: many times the clothespin fell out of my hand which affected time and many times, my hand felt tired and the clothespin began to feel harder to control.
5. My hand strength changed over the course of this experiment because I was constantly making my hand push and push the clothespin. My hand strength ran out of energy over the activity.
6. I think that my muscles get the energy and nutrients they need for a reason. I think that they get the energy and nutrients from the food that every human eats and that is how our muscles are entergetic.
7. To prevent my muscles from tiring, I could have just took a five second break or I could have just started out slow with pushing the clothespin and the gradually push my muscles harder.
8. If you experience muscle fatigue there are two things that my basketball coach always told me. He would always say push through it or just rest!