Post-midterm 2 - KE notes-post midterm 2 MISSING NOTES FROM...

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KE notes-post midterm 2 08/04/2008 11:49:00 MISSING NOTES FROM GARRET Dates needed: 4/22, 4/3, 4/1 MAKE UP NOTES 4/2 Relationship between Q + A-V O2 difference Blood flow vs. O2 extraction M= 21mL O2; F=19 mL O2 Blood pressure Systolic= 90-145 mm Hg o Systole=ventricles contract Diastolic= 40-85 mm Hg Pressure = Flow x Resistance (Viscosity, diameter) Hypertension: o Systolic > 150 o Diastolic > 90 Graph in notes
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Posture and BP ( notes in book ) o Supine (laying down) to Standing= systolic pressure rises …? Orthostatic hypertension=decrease in blood pressure when  standing up from laying down need to get up in stages Warm-up= warm up muscles by increasing blood flow Cool down=….? Accessary muscle pump= muscles contract and push the blood up because  veins only allow blood to go to the heart If yo u stop abruptly, you could pass out because it can’t push blood up…? Standing + sitting= don’t do it for a long time Standing for a long time o Hyperextending the knee locks out your knee, which can decrease  blood flow and cause you to pass out o 4/4 Blood Distribution: Rest + Exercise Organ/Tissue; Rest: mL, %; Max Exercise: mL, % o Brain; 750mL, 13%;  750mL, 3% o Heart; 250, 4; 1000, 4 o Muscles; 1200, 21;  22000, 88 o Skin;  500, 8.5;  600(may vary depending on temp), 2.5
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o o Kidney;  1100, 19;  250, 1 o Abdomen;  1400, 24;  300, >1 o Other;  600, 105;  100, <1 Totals=  5800;   25,000 Systolic pressure change: rhythmic vs. resistance exercise Graph in notes 4/7 missing notes in garret’s 4/9 VO2 max change values College avg; good; excellent; endurance; elite o M: 45; 50-60; 61-70; -80; 85+ o F: 38; 41-51; -61; -71; 76+
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End-Submaximal…missing notes
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Fist part of work out/run don’t want to go all out because build up too much lactic  acid that wont go away Check notebook 4/8…? Maximum O2 intake VO2 max-best objective measure of cardio-respiratory conditioning Fick equation: Q = VO2 / a-VO2 diff Cardiac output VO2= Q x a-VO2 diff VO2 max values: AVG COLLEGE(L/min)= M-3.5; F-2.8; change-0.7; 20% higher o Must adjust for body mass- mLO2/kg/min=m-45; f-38; diff-7: 16%  higher Best way to compare differences-adjust for your VO2 max while  carrying your own weight o Adjust for body composition- mLO2/kg FFM/min= m-55; f-50; diff-5;  10% higher VO2 data:  M= Avg- <45, good-50-66, excellent-61-70, elite-71-80 F= 38, 42-52 ,53-62, 63-72 Unreal/super human-above m-90, f-80
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Training Curve for a given amount of training should be getting an increase in  something Traditional approach
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