KIN 3515 Unit 4

KIN 3515 Unit 4 - KIN 3515 Unit 4 (final) Quiz 1 1. The...

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KIN 3515 Unit 4 (final) Quiz 1 1. The increased capacity of the muscles to extract oxygen following exercise is due to increased capillary number, increased mitochondria number, and increased myoglobin. 2. Training programs incorporate the principle of specificity by focusing on muscle groups and energy systems used in competition . 3. A decrease in lactic acid production at any sub-maximal workload seen following 12 weeks of training is due to increase in mitochondrial number, increased use of lipids for fuel, and an increase in the glycerol phosphate shuttle . 4. Following 12 days of bed rest, a well-trained person will experience a decreased ability for the muscles to extract oxygen and a decreased SV . 5. The overload principle states that in order for the body to improve performance, it must be stressed frequently with ever-increasing levels of stress. 6. An increase in SV following training is due to increase in heart volume, blood volume, contractility, etc . 7.
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course 3534 3535 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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KIN 3515 Unit 4 - KIN 3515 Unit 4 (final) Quiz 1 1. The...

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