Lecture #6 Eval. Energy System

Lecture #6 Eval. Energy System - Evaluating Energy...

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Lecture #6 Evaluating Energy-Gnerating Capacities Evaluating Energy Generating Capacities Capacities of the different energy systems Aerobic Anaerobic Laboratory v Performance tests
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Lecture #6 Evaluating Energy-Gnerating Capacities Measures of Work (Energy) 1 foot-pound (ft-lb) = 0.13825 kilogram-meters (kg-m) 1 kg-m = 7.233 ft-lb = 9.8066 joules 1 kilocalorie (kcal) = 3.0874 ft-lb = 426.85 kg-m = 4.186 kilojoules (kJ) 1 Joule (J) = 1 Newton-meter (Nm) 1 kilojoule (kJ) = 1000 J = 0.23889 kcal
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Lecture #6 Evaluating Energy-Gnerating Capacities Three Energy Systems 1. Immediate energy system (ATP-PCr) 2.Short-term energy system (glycolysis) 3. Long-term energy system (aerobic)
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Lecture #6 Evaluating Energy-Gnerating Capacities The ATP-PCr System Short duration, high intensity exercise (0-10 s) require an immediate and rapid energy supply – ATP and PCr supply this energy The quantity of intramuscular phosphagens significantly affects ability to generate energy in brief durations.
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