Title

Comparing The Effects Of No Liquid Intake Vs. Water Intake Vs. Gatorade Intake On Runners During A Workout

Author(s)

Coleman Couick

School Name

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School

Grade Level

10th Grade

Presentation Topic

Physiology and Health

Presentation Type

Non-Mentored

Abstract

The topic of this experiment is comparing the effects of a certain liquid intake on runners during a workout. The purpose was to test if there was a correlation between consuming no liquid , Water, or gatorade and the intensity of the discomfort felt by the runners. The mean for no liquid was 2.9, water was 2.7, and gatorade was 2.3. The standard error for no liquid was 0.277, water was 0.473, and gatorade was 0.335. The median for no liquid was 3, the water was 2.5, and the gatorade was 2. Both the no liquid and gatorade had a mode of 2, and the water had a mode of 4. The results show that the data supported the null hypothesis because there was no variance in the t-tests.

Location

Owens G02

Start Date

4-16-2016 10:30 AM

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Apr 16th, 10:30 AM

Comparing The Effects Of No Liquid Intake Vs. Water Intake Vs. Gatorade Intake On Runners During A Workout

Owens G02

The topic of this experiment is comparing the effects of a certain liquid intake on runners during a workout. The purpose was to test if there was a correlation between consuming no liquid , Water, or gatorade and the intensity of the discomfort felt by the runners. The mean for no liquid was 2.9, water was 2.7, and gatorade was 2.3. The standard error for no liquid was 0.277, water was 0.473, and gatorade was 0.335. The median for no liquid was 3, the water was 2.5, and the gatorade was 2. Both the no liquid and gatorade had a mode of 2, and the water had a mode of 4. The results show that the data supported the null hypothesis because there was no variance in the t-tests.