1,)Present a plan about how you are going to collect your data. (2)Justify your plan.( 3) Explain why other types of plan would not work as well. (5) Comment on data collection of one qualitative and one quantitative research article from a peer reviewed scientific paper here is the web-site you can google and get the article ( pub med,google scholar American journal of public Health ,other scientific journals. (6)Five multiple -choice questions the writer has to read chapters 9,10,11,12.And make up five multiple choose questions , A,B,C,D,E,F,E, for answers and Answer with letter A is always going to be the correct answer. and the rest of the answers are wrong,The writer need to make up the questions and the answer ,That you can not google and find the answer ,do not ask question that can be literally fond in a book or web-site . Do not ask question that can be answered with an opinion . Ask question that allow you think critical thinking.
worker’s is the standing desk, it has been known as a positive to get the blood flowing in the body and prevent clots, as most professionals are sitting for eight hours a day. Which is not a healthy thing to do, it is recommended that you stand for 12 hours a day. The studies show that standing for majority of your day is a good and positive thing and that exercise “wakes you up,” and makes one alert in the everyday task, making one more effective. What this paper is trying to show is that physical activity is a positive in people’s everyday lives but more importantly the lives of employees. Fitness in the workplace is a necessary tool to keep workers engaged and healthy. In the sources I have found, they conducted studies to see some of the diseases and negative effects that could be prevented physical activity, in people’s everyday lives, in other words there it is only a positive by giving people the opportunity and time to actually workout. In the article, they conducted analysis over a study and found that if someone increased fitness activity, that it would reduce a risk to premature death, but the inverse would happen if one decreased physical activity, it would only increase a rick to premature death. They concluded this by grading the effect of physical activity, even small adjustments to a physical regimen would cause a significant reduction in risk. “In one study, participants with the highest levels of physical fitness at baseline and who maintained or improved their physical fitness over a prolonged period had the lowest risk of premature death.” (Warburton Para 7) Now when small changes in someone’s physical activity changed, specifically in one who was previously sedentary, or not tha>GET ANSWER