Introduction:
With an increase of both cardiovascualr activity (running or cycling) combined with a increased muscle fitness training (plyometric exercises) will have a greater percent change on BMI (Body Mass Index) then will be overall weight loss. On each day both cardio & muscale fitness training will be completed with one activity in the morning hours while the other completed in the evening hours. Muscle confusion training will be utilized to ensure that muscles do not plateau or become normalized to the workout routine.

Explanatory Variable:
Increased physical activity with both cardovascualr & muscale fitness exercising.

Response Variable:
BMI & Weight

Method:
Tracking both BIM & weight in the moring after rising & prior to rest at night also can skew results of BMI & weight loss. This will show how data can be skewed if not sampled during the same time frame.

Hypothesis:
Both BMI & weight loss will have a negitive correlation however the trend for BMI will be a larger negitive slope.

Results:

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Analysis:
Based on the hypothesis that the BMI would have a larger negitive correlation in relatioship to weight loss was incorrect. Since the meausrement of BMI is of a smaller scale the slope (negitive correlation) is smaller (-0.02 per day) than the slope of total weight loss (-0.19 per day), the slope of weight loss is roughly 8 times greater than the slope of BMI reduction. So if you want to feel better about tracking weight loss the utilizing the BMI index can give a false sense of accomplishment since the changes in BMI are drastically smaller. So if you are interested in geting healtheir track the wieght loss not the change in BMI as you may become discouraged & feel as though you have accomplished very little in improving your health.