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Cardiovascular Project

FLVS:HOPE
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John Wu

on 17 December 2012

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Transcript of Cardiovascular Project

Olympic marathoner, Ryan Hall reveals his successful workout routine to building a healthier heart and becoming a better runner! WU NEWS REPORT BREAKING NEWS RUNNER REVEALS THE BENEFITS OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC EXERCISE FOR THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM! John Wu, our reporter, has gone out and asked people a few questions about the cardiovascular system and exercising Jeffery Wu (15) What do you typically do for cardiovascular activity each week?
I run cross country and play table tennis.
Do you like to run?
Yes I love running.
Do you know how to monitor your heart rate and why it is important?
Yes. I'm not sure why it's important though. Maybe to see how fast your heart is beating?
When is the last time you've taken your heart rate? If you have, what is it?
Yesterday after practice when we were stretching. I think it was around 50bpm.
How long do you typically exercise for? Do you warm up and cool down? During these times, have you ever taken your heart rate?
I exercise for around two hours during practice. Yeah I warm up by doing warm-up jogs and cool down with a lap around the track. Yes, I've taken my heart rate during these times.
Do you know what happens if you don't preform cardiovascular exercise?
You become unfit? You probably gain weight and become fat. Amy Wu (50) What do you typically do for cardiovascular activity each week?
I run on the treadmill and go to the gym.
Do you like to run?
Yes I enjoy running.
Do you know how to monitor your heart rate and why it is important?
Yes. I don't know why it's important.
When is the last time you've taken your heart rate? If you have, what is it?
I haven't taken my heart rate in a long time.
How long do you typically exercise for? Do you warm up and cool down? During these times, have you ever taken your heart rate?
About one hour to an hour and thirty minutes. I warm up with a light jog and cool down the same way. I've never taken my heart rate during these times.
Do you know what happens if you don't preform cardiovascular exercise?
You can get high blood pressure and heart attacks! Yuan Shikai (11) What do you typically do for cardiovascular activity each week?
Recess and PE! I run around and play with my friends.
Do you like to run?
Not really.
Do you know how to monitor your heart rate and why it is important?
Yeah you put your fingers on your neck but I don't know why it's important.
When is the last time you've taken your heart rate? If you have, what is it?
I've never done it before.
How long do you typically exercise for? Do you warm up and cool down? During these times, have you ever taken your heart rate?
I exercise during PE and recess which is usually less than an hour. I don't warm up and cool down and I've never taken my heart rate.
Do you know what happens if you don't preform cardiovascular exercise?
You get fat! Personal Reflection Cardiovascular exercise is very important. Some of the most common ways of doing so is through running. Many people know it is important to perform cardiovascular exercise but at the same time, they don't know exactly why, and the preventative nature of exercise. People also know how to take their pulse, but don't do it often. This could be because they don't monitor their target heart rate (THR), or because they don't think it is important. Keeping within the THR is a good way of monitoring intensity.
Some important facts to share include why cardiovascular exercise is important and what it prevents. High blood pressure, arterial disease, heart attacks, and strokes are four major types of cardiovascular disease. These can be significantly reduced with aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
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