1. Was it difficult to use the same technique throughout the whole experiment?2.
2. How did you hands and fingers feel BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER the experiment?
3. Describe how your data changed over time.
4. What errors or inconsistencies might have affected your results?
5. Why did your hand strength change over the course of this experiment?
6. How do you think your muscle cells get oxygen, nutrients, and water to make the energy they need to function?
7. What do you think you could have done to prevent your muscles from tiring?
8. What should you do if you experience muscle fatigue in the future?
1. Yes it was kind of difficult to use the same technique. It was difficult because in the beginning it was hard to keep on counting by tens.
2. Before the experiment my hands felt good, it felt good because I didn't really work it out before the experiment. During the experiment my fingers were getting tiered, they were getting tiered because I was working it out a lot. After the experiment my fingers felt drowsy and tiered, they felt like this because I was working my fingers out a lot!
3. It started out average then near the middle of the experiment it kind of dropped and it kept on going up and down!
4. Some of the accidents affected it by when I dropped the clothespin. It also affected it when I lost count in the beginning!
5. My strength went down because my fingers got tiered. They were working so hard my strength in my fingers got tiered.
6. They got all the stuff the need when I was breathing and when I was taking a break. Also when I was moving my hands around.
7. I could have had a partner or another kid in class rub them together. Also I could have savored my break time.
8. I should savor my break time and move around. Also I should stretch them and out when I have the time. And drink water if I am running or doing a lot of exercise.