Lab final review

Lab final review - MUSCULAR POWER o guy takes wingate test;...

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MUSCULAR POWER o guy takes wingate test; 201 lbs, test load 7.1, 69.7 N ( 7.1 x 9.81gravity), max rpm 130, min rpm=90, o what is his peak power= 130/12=revolutions=10.8; power=(force x distance)/time – (69.7 x 10.8 x 6m) / 5 sec.=peak power o what is minimum power o what is fatigue %= peak – min / peak o relative power= weight / kg body weight o only going to ask for 1 or 2 things, don’t do the whole table like in the lab report, lose points for not following directions o what is power= rate of (at which you do the work) work, not just the ability; person who does it the fastest is more powerful o wingate test designed to show anaerobic output -T o fatigue index tells us how far power fell –T o difference between anaerobic and aerobic= O2 o when you compare m and f and express strength, why does the difference decrease when we express as body weight= o absolute speaking guys are stronger o relative body weight= diff get smaller o relative strictly to FFM- get smallest o muscular strength (work)=max amount of force a muscle can generate; have all day to do it o work=F x D o muscular power= max amount of work considering (time) work produced per unit of time; rate of doing work; shorter time =more power o Power = W / T or (F x D) / T o Power output determined by: o Muscular strength, joint range, movement efficiency, ability/capacity to
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EXSC 205Lxg taught by Professor Girandola during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Lab final review - MUSCULAR POWER o guy takes wingate test;...

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