In this experiment we studied the motion of a vibrating spring. For the first part of the experiment we hooked a 50 g mass holder to the spring and recorded the total mass on the spring as the reference point 〖 M〗_0. The reference or equilibrium position, x_0, of the spring was then observed and measured to be 21.2 cm. The mass load was then increased by 10 g until the total mass load was 110g. I found that as the mass load was increased the displacement from the reference position increased.
Question 1 (Worth 5 points) Ehren is trying to increase his mile run from eight to six minutes. He has decided to run some sandy hills near his home. Which principle of overload is at work? frequency intensity time progression Points earned on this question: 5 Question 2 (Worth 5 points) As you consistently use the FIT principles you allow your muscles to continue to strengthen and improve. True False Points earned on this question: 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) Which is not one of the three Principles of Training?
Take the answer from the problem and create an equation. R represents the time of the mile and t is for the change in years since the first recorded mile. Start with the time of the first mile and take away the yearly change multiplied by the number of year since the first mile to get the given time. In the year 2000 the time for the fastest mile would be 3.5 minutes. The fastest mile run in 3 minutes would be in 2050.
Unit 5 |P3/M2| undertake a fitness activity record and identify the short term effects of exercise on the major body system- state long term effects on the body systems. Introduction. Our Year 13 class under took a test day, where we tested our strengths in multiple physical activities, later recording them. They are presented below. Describe activity We participated in multiple activities, such as 2x 25 metres shuttle run, Illinois agility run, press ups, and sit ups tests in one minute time.
You will run 44 shuttles to reach this level. You are likely to pass if you can run 1.5 miles in 12 minutes or run on a treadmill for 8 mph for 12 minutes at zero gradient. The British Army The British Army fitness tests are for new British Army recruits. The British Army fitness tests include a 2 minute press up test, a 2 minute sit up test, a 1.5 mile running test and a sit and reach test. As a solider you will need a good level of upper body strength.
Part 1: Five Components of Health Related Fitness Table Complete the table below. The first row has been filled in for you as an example. |Components of Physical Fitness |Description |How to Incorporate in Your |Benefit(s) | | | |Life | | |Cardiorespiratory Fitness |Being able to exercise at a |Walk 2 miles at a brisk |Reduced the risk of heart | | |moderate to high intensity for a|pace every day. |disease, hypertension, and high | | |long period of time | |cholesterol. | |Muscular Strength |Maximum Force able to be exerted|Do weight lifting three |Improved weight control, stress | | |by single contraction of a |times a week.
b) Lori thinks that by redesigning the package, she can increase Her total productivity to 133 care packages per day. What will be her new productivity? c) What will be the percentage increase in productivity if Lori makes the change? PX 1.7 George Kyparisis (using data from Problem 1.6) determines his costs to be as follows: Labor: $10 per hour Resin: $5 per pound Capital expense: 1% per month of investment Energy: $.50 per BTU Show the percent change in productivity for one month last year Versus one month this year, on a multifactor basis with dollars as the common denominator. PX 1.9 Lillian Fok is president of Lakefront Manufacturing, A producer of bicycle tires.