Physiology Lab Report Help
Post date: 06-Dec-2017 09:43:56
Any sport and exercise undergrad will at some point be involved in a lab based assessment of aerobic capacity. In supporting my first year students in writing a lab report I put together a series of useful links from my website.
I thought others might find them useful as well so here they are.
They all have a combination of relevant content as well as many links to further recommended reading and references that could be used to help produce the subsequent lab report.
Some are focused on possible topics for consideration in the report itself and some are there to help produce a better quality lab report.
- This page outlines a number of CV adaptations that occur with training. Don't confuse these with the short term response that we see in the test itself but in the discussion you might want to consider a paragraph on the different expected responses between trained and untrained and this page has some good references to read and make use of http://www.benjanefitness.com/cvadaptations
- Testing Aerobic Capacity (useful for underpinning the method and discussing findings) http://www.benjanefitness.com/anatomy-physiology/energy-systems/aerobictests
- Aerobic Conditioning for Sport and Health (useful for discussing recommendations about how we can use test data to inform exercise programme advice) http://www.benjanefitness.com/performance/aerobic-conditioning
- How to write lab reports http://www.benjanefitness.com/studyskills/writing-lab-reports
- How to write better paragraphs http://www.benjanefitness.com/studyskills/paragraph
- How to use better reporting verbs http://www.benjanefitness.com/studyskills/reportingverbs
- Lab manuals/textbooks and list of equipment in the lab (useful for underpinning the method) http://www.benjanefitness.com/sport-science-lab