2. When I exercise my cells are working harder.
3. My legs hurt because my mussels are stressed
4. Because capillaries and rest of your body are trying to move your body heat to your skin
5. My head hurts from dehydration
6. My heart is pounding because my heart is trying to get my blood to every part of my body
7. My shoulders crack because of the way I move them
8. I am tired because my mussels are tired and need to rest
9. My toes fall asleep because I'm stoping the blood floe to my toes
10. I get cramps because of not having enough water or not stretching before running
2.I am breathing heavy
4.Tylers face is red
6.Heart is pounding
9.toes fall asleep
10. I have a side cramp
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? Explain why our body does that (research it if you need to).
3. What can we do to make these signs go away?
1. Our bodies need food, water, and oxygen to survive.
2. Signs of distress are sweating, heavy breathing, feeling tired, heart pounding and muscles aching. Our bodies sweat to cool us down so that we don't overheat. We breathe heavier so that we can get more oxygen in our body and to our muscles. Our hearts pound because they are working hard to pump blood. Our muscles ache because they are rebuilding themselves and becoming stronger.
3. To make these signs go away we can slow down, take it easy and not over exercise. Resting and breathing deeply will help make these signs go away.