Biology Exercise (Research Paper Sample)
I need you to do research(abstract is a summary 2 pages) for me research on "Nike" choose 2 products and compare between those two products,and after that post the links of where you get the research. More info Down here...
Down here please follow the Instructions exactly what it says:
Abstract , Submission (Prof)
Your abstract is a summary of what you learned, in your own words, from a research study or professional publication. Structure your 1-2 page abstract as follows including these section headings:
INTRODUCTION - Why/how did you choose this specific topic? What is you hypothesis; do you agree or disagree with the claims made regarding your topic? Why? What is the importance of it's application? Why would a reader/consumer be interested in this review?
METHODS - What is the research design of the article/study you reviewed? Who were the subjects? What was the sample size? What treatment did the subjects receive? What was the study duration? On what research instruments were the subjects rated? What was the setting (if relevant)?
RESULTS - Report the specific findings/outcomes. (often found in analysis, discussion, and /or results section of the original study)
CONCLUSIONS - What was the primary "take-home" message - what was the importance of the findings? What were the limitations of this study? What are the implications of this study?
RECOMMENDATIONS - What changes should be implemented as a result of this work? Suggestions for future research. Has you position regarding this research stayed the same or changed? Why?
Include the original article/study, URL or link.
The above questions for each section are a guide. In your literature review certain (of the above) questions may apply and others may not. You may develop other/additional questions to answer that will address other pertinent information.
Questions need to be answer:
1-How does the abstract content relate to class?
2-How does the abstract content impact/influence society?
3-In what way(s) does this topic relate to you? Be specific!
4-Do you agree or disagree with the position the reviewer took? Why?
The topic was chosen since injuries are a concern when racing and exercising, and the type of running shoe affects the plantar distributions for the different foot regions including the forefront, midfoot and the rear foot. Racing flats are increasingly being adopted for racing and daily training, and people would be interested to choose the most suitable shoe choices. The racing flat shoes are light weight compared to the training shoes, and have less cushioning. Hence, it is necessary to understand whether there is increased risk of plantar pressure when using the racing flat compared to the training shoe (Wiegerinck et al., 2009). My hypothesis is that the cushioning decreases plantar pressure and offers more protection while racing, with the training shoes having more cushioning compared to the racing flats. The researcher’s hypothesis was that there would be significant differences based on contact area, maximum force and peak pressure. The researchers studied how the training (Nike Air Pegasus) and racing flat shoes (Nike Zoom Katana) affected plantar pressure.
There were 17 male and 20 female participants in the study ranging from 18-29 years of age, with all having not suffered lower extremity injuries, and each ran at least a mile for a week. Data on plantar pressure was measured as per the Pedar-X in-shoe system and the measurements were also repeated for the contact area. In the trial, the peak pressure was recorded for the subjects who each wore the Nike Air Pegasus and Nike Zoom Katana. Additionally, the information was collected for eight different regions of the foot to understand how loading affected these regions.
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