The attachments listed indicate what is required.
However, I want you to look at the results given and indicate on the subject's aerobic effieciency, and work out his level of fitness given the index formula
First, some general comments on your subject's fitness: their resting blood pressure, 122/71, is pretty much ideal. They appear to be in good cardiovascular health, although their resting pulse rate is a little higher than normal (88). 22 breaths/minute is also normal.
<br>Now, when someone excercises their muscles will use up more oxygen. To provide the extra oxygen the heart will beat faster. The more efficiently their muscles use oxygen (the more fit they are), the less additional oxygen they will need for the excercise. Also, the more fit they are the faster they will recover from excercise, and this is what ...