Adventure Sports Chemistry Science Fair Projects

Adventure Sports Chemistry Science Fair Projects

Adventure sports chemistry science fair projects will get you to stop thinking of boring and tedious and actually have fun doing your science fair project. Your projects will not be limited limited to the same tired old topics that have been done a thousand times.

When developing a science fair project you need to think outside of the box and you need to be innovative. One way to do this is to develop a unique angle on a common science topic. For example, you can select the topic of chemistry and apply it to the field of adventure sports.

Adventure sports include everything from skiing to ice climbing to back country exploration. If you decide to do your chemistry science fair project on an adventure sport then you will want to select a sport that you are either interested in or that you participate in yourself.

The next step is to figure out what aspect of the adventure sport that you want to examine. For example, if you are interested in mountain climbing you can look at how your blood chemistry is impacted by high altitudes or cold temperatures. On the other hand, if you are interested in deep sea diving you can look at how various chemicals can be used in rebreathers to allow divers to stay underwater longer and to deal more effectively with the pressures found at depths.

What adventure sports chemistry science fair projects did you think of doing? Input your ideas in the comments section below.

13 thoughts on “Adventure Sports Chemistry Science Fair Projects

  1. Jane@Fitness Secret says:

    Yes, I also think so. Knowledge is dead, but idea is alive and active. Sometimes, all we need to do is — Just Do It!

  2. Nancy@Pickleball Equipment says:

    Great idea for science fair project. Very “outside the box” type of project. It just shows that science is all around us.

  3. Josh from NFL Jerseys says:

    I would love to know the risk of broken bones from half pipe snowboarders. Every time I see the air those guys get it makes me cringe. I know all of them have been hurt at some point, but it seems that the likelihood of serious injury is minimal considering the number of times they both practice and compete in the event. Talk about a cool chemistry experiment!

  4. johnathan@p90x says:

    Very Interesting Post. Science fair projects can be very boring because everyone always seems to do the same thing. This idea helps you to think outside the box a little more than usual and can actually be used even when it comes to such things as writing a paper.

  5. Francisco @ consultoria de negocios says:

    I remember doing one about the effects of adrenaline in action sports. Makes it much more interesting, I suggest speaking about something you particularly enjoy doing.

  6. Rowan@Go Karting says:

    Definitely agree-students should think outside the box a bit more. The only thing with adventure sports is it opens up various safety considerations which need to be taken into account.

  7. Singh@skin cancer surgery says:

    Make a single project that has a variable of fun, and then make an exact duplicate and get rid of that variable, so as to make it less entertaining, and then you will have a visible correlation.

  8. Jeff @ Mountain Climbing Equipment says:

    Great Idea, that’s the right way to get kids thinking outside the box and to develop some good ideas for science fair projects that will have an interest for them, well done.

  9. Jane@trampoline enclosure says:

    Interesting ideas! Exercise experts have long assumed that heart muscles, unlike those of our legs and arms, don’t tire. This should be an interesting science projects, because a few studies of athletes have hinted that the heart also gets worn down by many hours of extreme exercise.

  10. Debbie@Furniture Store says:

    Fair point, although even if a project is discussed and gets approved, safety is still an important consideration. It’s often best to strike a balance between ‘thinking outside the box’ and keeping it simple. Good post though, nice ideas.

  11. susan@how to sing well says:

    I loved science fair projects and they weren’t boring or tedious. There was a lot you could get into and develop into a project. This article sure did bring back memories and new perspectives.

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