Anova? Manova? multiple T-tests? (newbie question warning)

#1
Hello all

I have study data to analyze, and my normal stats guru is out of town.

The study (some facts altered to protect the innocent) goes like this:

Research question: Do jumping-jacks have a significant effect on the body?

10 subjects came into the lab (individually). They had 5 measures taken on their body, then they did jumping-jacks for 5 minutes, then had the same 5 measures taken.

Each subject repeated this procedure 4 times.

So for each of the ten subjects I have 4 sets of pre-jumping-jack measures and 4 sets of post-jumping-jack measures.

What sort of analysis should I perform to determine if jumping-jacks has a statistically significant effect on the body?

Many thanks for your help, and my apologies if this query is too basic for this forum.
 
#3
I... am an idiot. So please do not shout if what I say is wrong. But I think that you are right. It is a repeated measure; within subjects; and because it is random, no need for the C. But rather wait til a more knowledgible person comments