What I Saw, Heard, Felt:
1: Feel Heels Hurting:
2: Feel Pain in Legs:
3: Feel Tired:
4: See Face Red:
5: Feel Heart Pounding:
6: Feel Sweat:
7: Feel Slowing Down:
8: Hear/Feel Heavy Breathing:
9: Feel Cramp:
10: Joints Aching:
1: Because of the pressure and weight on the foot. And my heels are being pushed against the ground.
2: Because my joints were too lubricated. This was happening because I put lots of pressure on my legs.
3: Because you are out of breath and need to rest. You must dehydrated and extremely tired.
4: Because capillaries in your face and throughout your body dilate so blood flows through them in an effort to move the heat. Your body is generating to the skin's surface, where it can be radiated off. So that's how your face turns red.
5: Because more oxygen and blood needs to be pumped while you are exercising. This happens because your heart has to keep up with you.
6: Because you are loosing water from your body. It also cools you down when you are hot.
7: Because your joints are starting to ache and you get tired. This happens when your running for a while
8: Because you need more oxygen when you are running. And Because you need to pump blood faster too.
9: Because I probably didn't drink or stretch enough before running in place and doing jumping jacks. My chest started to cramp up and I didn't drink a lot during breakfast.
10: Because there is a lot of weight being put on them. They then start to ache all of the weight.
1. Our body needs food, water, and shelter to survive! Without those three things we would be dead. (Learned It From Camp Duncan!)
2. The first thing is that our faces turn red. This happens because the capillaries in your face and throughout your body dilate. That means the blood flows through them in an effort to move the heat. Your body is generating to the skin's surface, where it can be radiated off. The second thing is that our body sometimes gets cramps. This happens because we probably didn't drink or stretch enough before running in place and doing jumping jacks. My third and final thing is that our body starts to sweat. This happens because you are loosing the water from your body. The sweat also cools you down when you are hot so it's a good thing that you sweat.
3. Well, for the first one, you can't make your face turn not red, it just turns red. For the second one, you should drink plenty of water and stretch before you exercise. That should help you and not get that many cramps. And for the third one, you can't just stop sweating. Our body just needs to sweat and you should appreciate it! It cools are body down even though we are loosing some water.