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Kin 470 - Exercise Physiology

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Victoria Newbury Lab Section Tuesday 1 00 Due Date 3 14 14 Grad TA Ben Hoffman Lab Report 4 Blood Pressure and Acute Response RESULTS Table 1 Participant Characteristics Participant 1 Height Weight Age Gender Training Status cm 177 8 kg 63 5 21 Female Active 4 5 days per week 30 mins aerobic cardio 30 Participant 2 180 34 95 25 23 Male mins anaerobic resistance Moderately active 2 times per week intense cardio 2 times lifting Table 2 Blood Pressure with Cold Participant 1 SBP DB Rest 1 112 78 Rest 2 112 76 Supine 1 108 74 Supine 2 102 70 Cold 116 71 5 min 114 70 10 min 112 75 P Table 3 Blood Pressure with Cold and Exercise Participant 2 Rest 1 Rest 2 Supine 1 Supine 2 Exercise Cold mmHg mmHg mmHg mmHg mmHg Exercise mmHg SBP DBP PP MAP 123 75 48 91 Calculations PP for Participant 2 PP SBP DBP Rest 1 PP 123 75 48 Rest 2 PP 127 84 43 Supine 1 PP 120 82 38 Supine 2 PP 120 79 41 Exercise PP 128 74 54 Cold Exercise 127 84 43 98 3 120 82 38 94 7 120 79 41 92 7 128 74 54 101 140 79 61 109 5 PP 140 79 61 MAP for participant 2 Rest 1 MAP SBP DBP 3 DPB 123 75 3 75 91 Rest 2 MAP SBP DBP 3 DPB 127 84 3 84 98 3 Supine 1 MAP SBP DBP 3 DPB 120 82 3 82 94 7 Supine 2 MAP SBP DBP 3 DPB 120 79 3 79 92 7 Exercise MAP SBP DBP 2 DBP 128 74 2 74 101 Cold Exercise MAP SBP DBP 2 DBP 140 79 2 79 109 5 DISCUSSION Blood pressure is dependent upon body position and activity level of the body Body position is significant for blood pressure because it differs between the supine position sitting and standing Crossing your legs also may impact blood pressure by increasing it Erer Khorshid Gunes Demir 2007 Blood pressure drops when standing as opposed to sitting or supine Blood pressure is at its highest when in the supine position Typical blood pressure measurements are done in the seated position with the arm supported on a level surface The seated blood pressure differs from the supine blood pressure because of the location of the heart and angle of the legs and the upper body Because the body is



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