Intro to energy systems

Intro to energy systems - STUDY GUIDE: OVERVIEW OF ENERGY...

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STUDY GUIDE: OVERVIEW OF ENERGY SYSTEMS 1. What is energy used for in the human body? Movement 2. Sufficient ATP is stored in the human body for about how many seconds of sprinting? (Note – there is some debate about the actual amount of ATP stored – but know the upper limit) 3-5 secs 3. The muscle cell defends its ATP supply. Even during high intensity exercise by how much does the cell’s supply of energy decline? Again – there is a bit of debate here but know the ranges. 20-40% 4. Name the three energy systems – you must know these – and the name variations. Creatine phosphate, anaerobic glycolysis, and aerobic. 5. The phosphocreatine system is also referred to as the ________ system Alactic (it does not produce lactate) 6. How long will creatine phosphate stores last? Up to 10-15 seconds of cell activity depending on intensity 7. Glycolysis supplies more ATP than the CP system. How much more? Glycolysis supplies 4 times more ATP than CP energy system.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course APK 4125 taught by Professor Drenning during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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