Blood, Sweat, and Tears

by Jazzy Garner

Have you ever been accused of not running all of your laps in P.E? You may be a slow runner but that doesn't mean your haven't ran all of your laps. The problem is people in gym don't always run the amount of laps that are required of them. You on the other hand run all of your laps and sometimes you get blamed by your teacher for "not running all of your laps" because you finished around the same time "faster runners" did. A solution to this problem is to get people motivated to run all of their laps. I will collect data of by going to the gym during P.E and watching and comparing the fast runners to the slow runners. I will interview them and get their input on how they feel and how to fix the problem.