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1: Because the body is burning off fat and calories, and not gaining fat and calories, and those are what provide you extra energy
2: Because your body is burning off all of your extra fat from food, and that makes you hungry
3: Because your muscles are constantly moving, that can lead to overuse because of insufficient stretching or being out of shape with too much movement
4: Because you need more oxygen to exercise, you are breathing hard trying to get more oxygen
5: Because you get hot, and your body is trying to cool you down with your own sweat
6: Because you are burning off so much energy and fat, you become derived of energy, making you tired, which makes it hard to move
7: Because you need more blood flowing through you to exercise heavily
8: Because you need extra oxygen to exercise, you are gasping for more oxygen, which can lead to shortness of breath
9: Because you have a lot of blood flowing through you that you don't need in your head, and there is so much that you can hear it.
10: Because when you exercise with insufficient stretching, you build up acid in your muscles, which can make you 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. Food, water, and oxygen.
2. Sweating: To keep our body temperature cooler when we are hot from exercise, Heavy breathing: to get more oxygen circulating in our body, Heart racing: to get more blood pumping into our body.
3. Relax or get hydrated, depending on what you need currently.