Human Performance 10

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17:00 Nutrition + Performance How does what we eat + when, affect athletic performance o Energy production system, cytochrome is an IRON. How do they affect performance? Eating before going to the water? Blood vessels into intestines and that’s why you get tired. Before exercise? You get faster lactic acid and you get tired since those muscles  have less blood, therefore you get muscle fatigue.  Liquid – Ensure Plus ~ 1000 Cal, 50% CHO; 35% Fat 15% P Solid-steak, corn, bread, margarine, pound cake H20 VO2 Max, waiting time for an athlete before jumping into a treamill     1) Control (No Food) 2)30min liquid – Best way 3)90min liquid 4)180min liquid 5)30 solid – Worst way 6)90 solid  7)80 solid Then, getting intensity up to 7-8pmh, 70 to 75%     1) Control 2) Liquid 30 min worse
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course EXSC 205Lxg taught by Professor Girandola during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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